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BPSL has proposed to expand steel making capacity at its Thelkoli plant near Sambalpur from 2.8 mtpa to 5.5 mtpa

According to industry estimates barely 2-3 mn tonnes of pellets available in market in eastern sector

The shortage of iron ore lumps and pellets as well as increase in their prices in domestic market due to closure of 26 mines in Odisha, following the Supreme Court ban, is likely to result in the import of the raw material.

The Supreme Court has asked the Odisha government to recommend the Bhushan Power & Steel (BPSL) case to the Centre for grant of iron ore reserves for its 2.8 million tonne integrated steel plan

An Odisha State Pollution Control Board (OSPCB) study revealed thermal power plants contribute to rise in ambient temperature (temperature of the surroundings) by 2 to 3 degree Celsius.

State forest and environment department requested proceedings against BEL for constructing a power plant without prior approvals

State forest and environment department has asked the Dhenkanal Collector to initiate legal action against power subsidiary of Bhushan Steel Ltd for constructing a power plant without prior approvals.

The government has decided to give firms, including JSPL and Tata Steel, more time to seek clearances from Environment Ministry and furnish proof on the same to Coal Ministry by December 1, failing

The Orissa High Court on Wednesday directed the State Government to submit a status report on the health condition of the victims of Bhushan Steel plant mishap in Dhenkanal district.

There is more trouble for the controversy-hit Bhushan Steel Limited (BSL) as the Odisha Pollution Control Board (OPCB) on Wednesday ordered shutdown of its second blast furnace and a power plant on

Asking the Odisha government to submit a report on the fire and explosion at Bhushan Steel Limited’s (BSL) plant at Meramundali in Dhenkanal district, the Centre on Tuesday sent officials to inquir

The Orissa State Pollution Control Board (OSPCB) has said the Bhushan Steel Limited (BSL) set up a 256 MW power plant on its premises without its permission.