Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Orissa Manganese & Minerals Ltd. Vs Synergy Ispat Pvt. Ltd. dated 12/09/2014 regarding mining leases.

PANJIM: Demanding that amendment to the Mines and Minerals Development and Regulations (MMDR) Act 1957, pertaining to grant and renewal of leases should be carried out retrospectively, the Federati

The team will verify the allegations pertaining to violation of Rule 37 of MCR -1960 during their field visit

The state mines department has set an internal timeline to restart operation at 18 more mines, which were closed by the Supreme Court order, pending second and third renewal of their lease terms, b

As legal complications galore

Concerned over the rapid depletion of various water bodies in Meghalaya due to mining activities, the State Government will soon formulate the Concession Rules for implementation of the Meghalaya M

The Madhya Pradesh government has asked the Centre to allow Reliance Power to mortgage mining leases of two coal blocks attached to the company's Sasan ultra mega power project in favour of the pla

SC may have lifted the ban on mining in the state but it will be a while before exports resume in right earnest

The State Government has assured the Supreme Court-appointed Central Empowered Committee (CEC) that it will dispose of all the applications pending for renewal of mining leases within six months.

Judgement of the High Court of Jharkhand in the matter of Tata Steel Limited Vs Union of India & Ors. dated 12/03/2014 regarding the validity of Rules 64B and 64C of the Mineral Concession Rules, 1960 inserted by the Central Government, Ministry of Mines and the petitioner also challenges the demand of royalty raised by the State of Jharkhand on the “processed coal”(washed coal).

Original Source: http://jhr.nic.in/hcjudge/data/50-2995-2008-12032014.pdf