(f) service means the Orissa Mining and Geology Service; (g) Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes mean such Castes and such Tribes as may be specified by the President of India from time to time under Articles 341 and 342 of the Constitution of India, respectively;
Published in Journal of business management 2014Authors Gitanjali PandaAbout Economy Corruption
Odisha Mining News top news about steel and mines
It may be noted, Orissa government has already issued guidelines for the movement of minerals by the Railways in a bid to check illegal transportation of ore through this route. The guideline, which has been issued in consultation with the Railways, mainly focuses on authentication of the consignment to restrict the shady traders from sending
Odisha illegal mining scam worth Rs. 59,203 cr. The Hindu
Jan 27, 2014Odisha illegal mining scam worth Rs. 59,203 cr. It is one of the most scathing reports to come out of the stable of Justice M.B. Shah Commission on illegal iron and manganese ore mining as yet and it holds businessmen, state government and the centre, all responsible for the systematic exploitation of natural resources and linked rampant corruption.
1. Odisha Mining Corporation Limited (OMC) incorporated on 16th May' 1956 as a joint venture Company of Govt. of Odisha and Govt. of India to explore and harness mineral wealth of the State of Odisha and make value addition. 2. Subsequently on 17th Nov'1961, OMC became a wholly State-owned Corporation of Govt. of Odisha. 3.
Geetanjali gems and minerals proposes an SEZ in Orissa. Following is an excerpt from a report in Pioneer. The Gitanjali Group, one of the oldest leading names in gems and jewellery, has proposed to set up a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in the State. The group's infrastructure arm,
Sukinda is a classic example of pollution where the wastes are spread over a large area and residents are affected by the chromium through multiple pathways. The pollution problem from the chromite mines is well known and the mining industry has taken some steps to reduce the levels of contamination by installing treatment plants.
SC ruling on Odisha mining a positive order, says OMC OTV
Apr 19, 2013New Delhi Hailing the Supreme Court ruling on bauxite mining in Odisha's Niyamgiri Hills, the Orissa Mining Corporation (OMC) today said it is a positive order for the company and for the state government. Most of the issues have been sorted out by the Supreme Court and issues related to customs and religious rights (of the tribal) have been referred to the Gram Sabhas (of Rayagada and
According to Downing (2002) mining results in large scale displacement of the local people and derails their normal life. There are issues that are required to be addressed in the context of coal abundant but economically poor state like Odisha, for example how does coal mining influence the environment and health of the people?
Odisha's Niyamgiri Hills and Its People Are Still Under Threat. Bringing Vedanta considerable cheer, in January 2018, the Odisha Mining Corporation decided to supply more bauxite to Vedanta from its newly-opened Kodingamali mines in Koraput district. This will help Vedanta increase its production at the Lanjigarh refinery,
Introduction The Odisha Mining Corporation Limited (OMC) was incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956 on 16th May 1956 as a joint venture company of Govt. of Odisha and Govt. of India to explore and harness the mineral wealth of the state of Odisha and make value addition. Subsequently on 17th November, 1961, OMC became a wholly state
Without mining our modern society would not exist. Most mining companies today are committed to producing these resources in a way that both benefits the local communities and has little or no long-term environmental impact. Read on to learn more.
3 only towards the end of 2004. Hence, UAIL has not yet began mining and, for the time being, is only erecting the plant and building the necessary infrastructure. The bauxite mines that are to be explored by UAIL are situated in the forest region of Kashipur block, Rayagada district of Orissa.
Why Orissa mining may not go the Goa way Kractivist
May 14, 2013He points out the notification for the Shah Commission came on November 22, 2010, while Orissa issued the order for its inquiry on August 25. The terms of the Orissa probe was to inspect how much each mine in five minerals— iron ore, chrome, manganese, bauxite and limestone—was producing vis-a-vis its approved limits.
Common cause hearing in Supreme Court on Odisha Mining Issues
Feb 23, 2017Odisha Mining matter hearing before the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India. Biswajit Das, Advocate, Supreme Court of India. Odisha is a mineral bearing state with lot of promise for the state of Odisha. Barring few major outside companies, mostly these mines are being owned, controlled and operated upon by son of the soil, local Odia miners.
Illegal Mining Odisha govt issues notice to 152 leaseholders
Sep 04, 2017Bhubaneswar Odisha Government, on Monday, issued notice to as many as 152 mining leaseholders for engaging in illegal mining and not abiding by environment clearance norms. Among the 152 leaseholders, 47 in the Koida Mining Circle (KMC) in Sundargarh were also issued notice, to pay penalty to the
Supreme Court notices to environment ministry, Orissa
Apr 21, 2011The Supreme Court today issued notices to the Orissa government, the environment ministry and Sterlite Industries on a petition challenging the cancellation of environmental clearance to Niyamgiri Bauxite Mining Project in the state.
(DOC) Mining sector and its impact on Odisha Economy
Bauxite and coal mining by Vedanta Resources in tribal areas of Orissa have led to conflicts in land rights Coal mining has run into trouble as well in Angul district over land issues. The livelihood of lakhs of tribals was affected due to closure of mines in both Sundergarh and Keonjhar districts.
SC issues notice to Centre,Orissa govt,Posco India News
Geomin Minerals Marketing Limited has challenged the order of Orissa High Court which has quashed the notification issued by the state government. The notification was for grant of prospective licenses for iron ore mining in over 2,500 hectares in the Khandadhar hills in Sundergarh district in Orissa.
Judgement of the Supreme Court of India regarding illegal
The exercise should be completed by 31st December, 2017. The Judgement also mentions that some of the mining lease holders had deposited an amount of Rs.237.05 crores for utilization by the SPV (Special Purpose Vehicle) for carrying out welfare works and activities in the districts of Keonjhar, Sundergarh and Mayurbhanj in Odisha.
Out of this iron ore comprises maximum no (46) followed by iron manganese (38) and manganese ore(15). Out of the total number of mines the state owned Orissa Mining Corporation (OMC) has only 22 number of mines. Similarly SAIL have 2 number of mines operating at Kiriburu . The rest mines belongs to private parties.
What are environmental regulations on mining activities
Most mining, milling, and smelting solid wastes, like those discussed in this booklet, are "high-volume, low-hazard" materials that have been exempt from regulation under RCRA. Regulation of high-volume, low-hazard mining wastes is now the primary responsibility of the states.
Read more about Odisha issues resolution to auction mining leases on Business Standard. The state steel mines department has issued a resolution to enforce the decision of the state Cabinet to auction all mining leases awaiting second and subsequent renewal.Last week, the Cabinet decided to dispose off all major mineral leases,
(xiii) Have all the mining due payable under the Act or the Rules made thereunder been Paid to Government ? if so, copy of valid clearance certificate issued by the Director or in case the applicant does not hold and has not held any mineral concessions for major and minor minerals in the State, furnishing of an affidavit to that effect shall