This rapid survey is carried out to know the people’s perception on the changes with the suspension of mining in Goa, by way of reviewing print media and conducting a primary survey. Goa’s mining operations were suspended first by the Goa Government on 10.09.2012 after the Justice M.

This rapid survey is carried out to know the people’s perception on the changes with the suspension of mining in Goa, by way of reviewing print media and conducting a primary survey. Goa’s mining operations were suspended first by the Goa Government on 10.09.2012 after the Justice M.

There would be no more diversion of forest land for mining according to Goa mineral policy 2013. It also envisages promotion of tourism in the mining belt of the state to create employment opportunities for the people.

Significant changes have taken place in the knowledge of mineral deposits, legal regime governing mineral development and the long term perspective set in the National Mineral Policy, 2008.

As per the Ministry of Environment & Forest office order no. Z-11013/170/2013-IA.II(M) dated 6th August, 2013 a three member Committee comprising of Dr. Saroj, Director, MoEF, New Delhi, Shri G.C. Meena, Deputy Collector of Mines, Incharge Dehradun Office of IBM, Dehradun, Dr. K. K.

In exercise of powers conferred by section 15 of the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 (67 of 1957) and of all other powers enabling it in that behalf, the Government of Maharashtra hereby makes the following rules, for regulating the extraction of Minor Minerals namely: These rules may be called the Maharashtra Minor Min

The Odisha illegal mining scam amounts to Rs. 59,203 crore and illegal iron and manganese ore amounting to 22.80 crore tonnes was extracted illegally from the state for almost a decade, reveals Shah Commission report. Read first two volumes of this report.

Minerals are valuable natural resource being the vital raw material for infrastructure, capital goods and basic industries. The endowment is finite and non-renewable. Hence, the exploitation of minerals has to be guided by long term National Goals and Perspectives. The State Mineral Policy is an integration of National Mineral policy.

These rules may be called the Punjab Minor Mineral (Amendment) Rules, 2013. They shall come into force on and with effect from the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

Standing Committee on Coal and Steel present this Thirty-Seventh Report (Fifteenth Lok Sabha) on "The Coal Mines (Conservation & Development) Amendment Bill, 2012" relating to the Ministry of Coal.

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