LONG-term greedy is a term that a Goldman Sachs partner made famous, by way of self-definition. It is as good a description as any of making profits in a sustainable fashion.

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New Delhi: The Centre has concurred with the views of Attorney General G E Vahanvati that French cement giant Lafarge should be allowed to resume mining in the forests of Meghalaya provided it deposit Rs 55 crore for the welfare of the locals.

Lafarge case

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday sought a response from the Centre on an expert committee's report as also other conditions put by Attorney General G E Vahanvati for allowing French cement giant Lafarge to resume mining in the forests of Meghalaya for its Bangladesh plant.

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Ministry of Environment and Forests to consider the proposals submitted by Attorney-General G. E. Vahanvati for permitting mining operations by Lafarge in Meghalaya and take a final decision on revised environmental clearance in two weeks.

New Delhi: French multinational Lafarge on Monday agreed to the Centre

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KALAHANDI has always captured the national imagination, but never for the right reasons. Recurring poverty deaths and reports about entire communities surviving on mango kernels defined this predominantly tribal district in southern Orissa for decades.

The Supreme Court today asked the Union ministry of environment and forests to consider within two weeks the conditions proposed for resumption of limestone mining by Lafarge, the French cement company, in Meghalaya for its factory in Bangladesh.

New Delhi: The high-powered team, headed by B N Jha, RCCP North Eastern Regional Office of Environment and Forest, that included several other senior officials, has confirmed that Lafarge has been following high standards of environmental compliance.