Most of the pellet makers in the state are running their units without captive iron ore resource and hence, depend on merchant supplies of ore

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of News item published in "Indian Express" Authored by Vishnu Varma Titled "17-year-old's video gets Kerala talking of impact of sand mining" dated 19/07/2019 regarding unscientific mining by Centre Rare Earths Limited and Kerala Minerals and Metal Limited along the coastal area of Kollam in Kerala.

The mine was closed by NMDC for the past nine months, after a state government order to impose an 80 per cent premium levy of the average sale price from there

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Illegal Mining of Sand Minerals, 10/07/2019. The notification issued by Ministry of Mines, Government of India G.S.R.

Fimi had earlier said non-extension will disrupt raw material supplies to steel, other industries.

A booster dose of support for the mining sector is expected from the new government in its budget proposals to be presented around July 10.

As per Rule 58 of Mineral Concession Rules 1960, a certain track of mineral bearing land was reserved for exclusive use of the state governments

With the global demand for sand and gravel standing at 40 to 50 billion tonnes per year, a new report by UN Environment reveals that aggregate extraction in rivers has led to pollution, flooding, lowering of water aquifers and worsening drought occurrence.

Compensation settlement for land evacuees and other affected dwellers have not been completed even after 10 years.

The miners are not able to sell the inventory in the state or domestic market since buyers prefer imported iron ore as they feel it is better on quality

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