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The revised memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Posco India may not include the earlier controversial clause on iron ore swapping.

The Orissa government is finding it difficult to acquire land for Posco

The steel project at Gadag won

Even as the Orissa government suspended land acquisition for the proposed mega steel plant of Posco in this seaside block in Jagatsinghpur district for an indefinite period on Tuesday, senior leaders of the Communist Party of India and Communist Party of India (Marxist) expressed their solidarity with the villagers opposing the venture.

Veteran CPI MP Gurudas Dasgupta and senior CPI(M) MP Basud

With escalating protests at the site of Posco

Hyderabad Union environment minister Jairam Ramesh on Tuesday warned Uttrakhand of central intervention if the state government fails to take action against illegal sand mining in the state.

Ramesh slammed the Uttarakhand government for its inaction against the illegal sand mining in the state and said that sending show-cause or closure notices to the state would be Centre

A large group of BJP leaders expresses support to agitating villagers Even as the Orissa government was set to resume land acquisition for the controversial Posco steel project in Jagatsinghpur district, political support for the anti-Posco agitation further grew over the weekend with a large group of Bharatiya Janata Party leaders visiting Gobindpur and other villages in Jagatsinghpur to expre

State-run iron ore miner NMDC Ltd has finalised a Rs 3,000-crore slurry pipeline project for evacuating ore from its Bailadila mines in Chhattisgarh to Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh.

The Chinese government is considering plans to subsidize the use of energy-efficient materials and renewable energy technologies in new buildings and is encouraging provincial and municipal governments to impose stricter efficiency standards than the national minimums, Chinese officials said Wednesday.