Put in a fix over controversial iron ore swapping clause in the lapsed MoU with Posco-India, the Odisha government on Tuesday asked different departments to give their views within 15 days on possible deletion and addition of new points in the renewed MoU with the South Korean steel major.

No decision has been taken at today's meeting.

Even as the State Government held talks with Korean steel major Posco for renewing the MoU on Tuesday, the ground situation remained volatile.

Activists of the five political parties, opposing the proposed steel project of Posco near Paradip, today staged a demonstration against the

A crucial high level official meeting of the Orissa government chaired by chief secretary B K Patnaik on Tuesday decided to consult South Korean steel major before recommending the revised agreement to chief minister Naveen Patnaik for his approval.

Bhubaneswar : Departments to report within 15 days, to check with Centre on ore export.

A high-level meeting held on Tuesday for renewing the lapsed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the state government and Posco India, domestic arm of the Korean steel major for the latter

Five political parties staged a civil disobedience agitation in Bhubaneswar on Monday opposing the land acquisition for the Posco steel project.

Seventeen villagers in Orissa

Bangalore South Korean steel major Posco may not get water allotment for its proposed R32,366 crore integrated steel project in Karnataka as per its preference as the state government is likely to allot water from a reservoir, situated far away from the site.

According to sources close to the development, Posco is interested in sourcing water from Tungabadra river, which is very close to the pr

NEW DELHI: A state government announces it is going to acquire land for 'public purpose'. The public purpose is to hand over the land to a specific private company.

Jagatsinghpur: Seven policemen were held hostage by a group of villagers opposing the Rs 52,000 crore Posco steel plant for nearly five hours on Saturday before being set free in Jagatsinghpur district.

Seven policemen and the driver of police jeep which entered Patana village in Dhinkia panchayat were stopped by villagers, mostly women and were held captive, Additional Superintendent of Police