Mining

  • Ban on mining should stay : Panel

    The Bhure Lal Committee, appointed by the Supreme Court to look into the aspects of the mining ban in the five km area in Haryana adjoining Delhi, has suggested that the ban should continue. The

  • Sandmining eating away into farmland

    An alarming rise in illegal mining of sand and earth from farmland and water sources is seriously threatening agricultural operations in Thiruvallur district in Tamil Nadu. Anyone raising his voice

  • Unbridled lime shell mining posing danger

    Unbridled mining of lime shell in Alappuzha district in Kerala is hindering smooth sailing of boats in the Vembanad lake. The heaps of waste left after mining is causing concern among the Water

  • Sand mining holiday: High Court admits writ petition

    A Division Bench of the Kerala High Court today admitted a writ petition seeking to command the Government to impose the sand mining holiday in all rivers in Kerala from June to October every year

  • Notice for closure of 700 mines

    Rajasthan High Court has ordered to close down mines coming within the range of 6 km from Chittorgarh fort. Notices have been issued to around 700 licensed mines for their closure. The High court

  • Illegal mining threatens Kullu, BRO culprit

    Despite over half a dozen notices issued by the Forest Department and a ban on illegal mining and quarrying by the Government of India, the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) continues to illegally mine

  • HC gets report on Advoi nullah

    The Executive Engineer, Water Resources Department today submitted his report in the High Court about the damage caused to the Advoi nullah in Sattrai taluka in Goa by the dumps erected by mining

  • Mining threats tribal belt

    Massive open cast coal mining is threatened to destroy around 2,000 sq. km of rich agricultural lands and 203 tribal villages of North Karanpura Valley of Jharkhand. Besides the death of a unique

  • Protest against quarrying

    Hundreds of schoolchildren and villagers of Appayanapalya, about 10 km from Tumkur, staged a protest demonstration after taking out a procession here on Monday demanding that the quarrying near the

  • Rio asked to clean up uranium mine work

    Environmentalists and Aboriginal leaders called on mining giant Rio Tinto Plc/Ltd yesterday to start rehabilitation work on a uranium deposit bordering World Heritage-listed parkland in Australia's

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