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Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Kirti Vardhan Singh Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh & Others dated 09/08/2018 regarding illegal sand mining, Gonda, Uttar Pradesh. By this application, the applicant seeks for a review of order dated 24.07.2018 disposing off O.A. No. 429/2017 directing the State of Uttar Pradesh to recover loss of revenue against Royalty and price of mineral (sand) extracted cumulatively amounting to Rs. 93,04,45,766/- and, cost of restoration of sand calculated at Rs.

GUIYANG -- Four people were killed and nine others remain missing in a coal mine accident in Southwest China's Guizhou province, local authorities said Tuesday.

Sovereign Services Limited Country Manager, Andries Kruger, clarifies on media questions on Malingunde Graphite project at Korean Garden Lodge in Lilongwe Sovereign Services Limited Country Manager

Abubakar Bwari, the Minister of State, Ministry of Mines and Steel Development, says more than two million people in Nigeria depend on illegal mining for their livelihood.

Odisha, the topmost State in terms of District Minerals Fund (DMF) collection with a total cumulative accrual of Rs 4,453 crore, has missed out on making targeted investments on issues such as heal

A study of District Mineral Foundation (DMF) funds expenditure, that are collected from mining companies, by Centre for Science and Environment shows beneficiaries have not been identified in any o

Jaipur: Rajasthan has used only 12% of the allocation of fund for District Mineral Foundation (DMF), a trust to work for the interest and benefit of persons and areas affected by mining related ope

The study claimed there is no scope for representation of mining-affected communities in district DMF bodies that are dominated by district officials and political representatives from mining areas

Wounaan and Embera indigenous communities occupying four territories in eastern Panama are taking their nearly five-year land-titling battle with the government to the Inter-American Commission

Colombia’s government announced on July 16 that it has banned the use of mercury in all mineral extraction activities. By 2023 mercury will be entirely prohibited for industrial use.

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