Move aimed at placating the Koreans who are upset over SC's order asking Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-hee to appear before a Ghaziabad court

The ministry of external affairs (MEA) is pushing the Odisha government to expedite issuance of mining approval for South Korean steel major Posco. The move is aimed at placating the Koreans, upset over the Supreme Court order asking Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-hee to appear before a Ghaziabad trial court in a pending payment case.

South Korean steel maker Posco’s plans to set up a 12 million tonne integrated steel plant in coastal Orissa may get delayed further.

The Centre has sought a response from the Odisha government on grant of an iron ore licence to South Korean giant Posco for its R52,000-crore steel project.

The development comes in the wake of a high-level panel formed to address issues impeding mega projects in the steel sector.

Several land oustees on Sunday torched Posco's containerized office and dismantled a 300-metre boundary wall at Nuagaon in Jagatsinghpur district, triggering fresh tension in the steel company's pr

Statement of the Minister of Environment and Forests in response to Lok Sabha Starred Question No. 270 for 10 February 2014, asked by Shri Prabodh Panda and Shri Tarachand Bhagora regarding Environmental clearance to POSCO steel plant project.

Using data collected from the evaluation of two government land titling interventions in the Indian state of Odisha, this new IFPRI working paper examines key relationships linking land and livelihood strategies.

South Korea's POSCO will be able to start work on its planned $12-billion Indian steel plant over the coming weeks, India's prime minister said on Thursday, ending an eight year delay for environme

The $12 billion POSCO steel project in Jagatsinghpur district, Orissa is going to be operational soon, following revalidation of its environmental clearance. Read more about the controversial project that got final go-ahead from the environment ministry after eight years.

Fishermen have sought intervention of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) to stop setting up of the proposed Posco captive port near the Jatadhari river mouth.

The Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation of Odisha (Idco), the land acquisition agency for the Posco's mega steel plant near Paradip in Odisha, has asked the chairman cum managing dire