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1.Green nod dodges Lavasa project once again

The government is yet to provide environment clearance to the first phase of Lavasa Corporation's hill city project located near Pune.


2.An Ideal Construction Solution

Apart from its natural and essential aspect, rolled zinc is remarkable for its durability, excellent recyclability and the moderate amount of energy required to manufacture it.


3.An Ideal Construction Solution

Apart from its natural and essential aspect, rolled zinc is remarkable for its durability, excellent recyclability and the moderate amount of energy required to manufacture it.


4.Jindal Power's Raigad project gets green nod

The Environment Ministry has given in-principle clearance for Naveen Jindal-led Jindal Power's Rs 13,140 crore expansion project in Raigad.


5.Coal Ministry nod must for Tata Steel's Power Project

An Environment Ministry's panel has made it clear to Tata Steel that its proposal to set up a power plant in coal-bearing region of Jharkhand will not be approved unless it is cleared by the coal ministry.


6.Nirma plant on sticky wicket over wetlands

The Supreme Court has directed Nirma Industries to scrap its cement plant in Mahuva of Bhavnagar district if it fails to prove that the project does not fall in eco-sensitive wetlands


7.Hike in royalty on coal blocks in the offing

In response to the request to revise royalty rates, the centre is considering a proposal to hike royalty rates on coal and lignite blocks. The proposal is under consideration of a study group that has collected views of the concerned stakeholders


8.Environment award for Lanco Tanjore Power Co

Lanco Infratech’s unit Lanco Tanjore Power Co Ltd has won the prestigious Rajiv Gandhi Environment Award for Clean Technology for the year 2009-2010


9.India Coal 2011

India Coal Conference 2011 discussed the viable options present before the coal industry. It also focused on domestic production of coal, its price and the need for a boost to correct the situation.


10.JSPCB order to cost CIL 12 mn tonne coal

The Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board’s (JSPCB) decision to close 22 mines of Bharat Coking Coal (BCCL) may leave its parent company Coal India (CIL) with a production loss of 40,000 tonne of coal a day or 12 mtpa


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