Vedanta may have look for an alternative mining site to feed its alumina refinery at Lanjigarh in Odisha as its plan to mine Niyamgiri hills in the state may not get the Union environment ministry'

Vedanta Resources Plc's plans to mine bauxite to feed its alumina refinery in the eastern Indian state of Odisha have suffered a blow after a majority of local residents voted against mining around

Vedanta Aluminium Limited belonging to London-listed Vedanta Resources Plc appears to have received a setback on Monday with the rejection of the proposal by tribal people at all gram sabhas held i

Bhubhaneshwar : With the seventh gram sabha deciding against the mining of bauxite from Niyamgiri, the chances of Vedanta Resources getting the raw material from the hills for its 1-million-tonne L

Sourcing bauxite from other states to add Rs 600 cr to cost.

The overwhelming rejection by Dongria Kondh tribals, of a proposal to mine their sacred lands in Niyamgiri Hills is an unprecedented victory for indigenous rights in the face of business interests. Read this press release by Amnesty International.

BHAWANIPATNA: The second gram sabha at Kunakadu in Kalahandi district on Wednesday was a repeat of the first at Tadijhola with 21 villagers rejecting Vedanta Aluminum Limited's (VAL) bid to mine Ni

The tribal men and women who participated in the gram sabha held at Palberi village in Kalahandi district on Thursday rejected the proposed bauxite mining project in Niyamgiri hills.

Kunakadu : Rainclouds hung over Niyamgiri hills, but the cloud of uncertainty over Vedanta Alumina’s 1 million tonne per annum alumina refinery plant at Lanjigarh, Kalahandi, deepened further after

The Dongria Kondhs of Kunakeda in Kalahandi district on Wednesday declared that worshipping their presiding deity, Niyamraja, was their birthright and no force on earth could snatch away their reli