Baldev S Chauhan / Shimla September 14, 2010, 1:07 IST

Lafarge India has suffered a setback, with the National Environmental Appellate Authority (NEAA) rejecting the clearance to a Rs 900-crore cement plant it was proposing at Ghanger in Himachal Pradesh


The National Environment Appellate Authority (NEAA) has revoked the environment clearance given by the ministry of forest & environment to the `900 crore cement plant being set up by Lafarge India in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh. This decision was taken following J.C.

There is a letter, and a small sachet containing ear plugs, for guests at The Intercontinental in Shanghai

French cement giant Lafarge

LUMPL mining project

Shillong: The Lafarge Umiam Private Limited (LUMPL) seems to have garnered certain amount of support among the local populace with the Nongtrai Village Dorbar coming out in open support of the company and its mining operations.

In a statement issued here on Thursday, Pynshai Rapmai, secretary of the Nongtrai Village Dorbar alleged that some vested interests were spreadin

Following an inspection of the site and discussions with various stakeholders, including local people, State government and pollution control officials, the NEAA quashed the clearance of the integrated cement plant and captive limestone mine promoted by M/s. Lafarge India Pvt. Ltd., at Village Alsindi, Tehsil Karsog, District Mandi, HP.

Limestone mining

NEW DELHI: The Centre has admitted that approval for mining in Meghalaya for the Lafarge cement project was given keeping the friendly relationship with Bangladesh in view and after the approval of the Supreme Court.

Union Minister for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh on Wednesday said in-principle permission to the Lafarge Umiam Mining Private Limited (LUMPL) for minin

JOWAI: The Dolloi of Nongkhlieh Elaka informed that the Elaka has granted No Objection Certificate (NOC) to the Large India Eastern Pvt Ltd. for setting up a 1 (one) million ton cement plant.

Indu Bhan

New Delhi: Lafarge moved nearer to operating its mining lease for limestone from the Meghalaya hills after the Centre on Monday informed the Supreme Court the company has deposited Rs 75.06 crore in a corpus to finance compensatory afforestation. The corpus is under a Compensatory Afforestation Fund Management and Planning Authority, set up by the environment ministry.