Sunday 21 July 2024

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Economy | Mining

Caurem talks end with CM going tough on allowing ore transport

The Caurem issue took a turnaround today with government going tough on the issue of terming the transport of e-auctioned ore illegal. READ

Caurem tribals stop ore transport which starts despite CM’s order

It was a shocking morning for the tribals of Caurem village when they had to come back on the road once again as the ore transport started despite chief minister’s order to stop all the ... READ

Ore transport stopped amidst talks; will CM conduct inventory at Caurem?

The talks were inconclusive, but Goa government has agreed to suspend the ore transport from Caurem until all the issues of the tribal villagers are resolved. READ

Vedanta exports 1.6 million MT ore in last fiscal quarter

Metals and mining group Vedanta today said the Goan iron ore arm reported sales of 1.6 million tonnes (MT) during January-March quarter of the last fiscal. READ

CM agrees to meet Caurem tribals to resolve mining tangle

The unrest in a tribal village of Caurem over ‘illegal’ mining may see some ray of hope to resolve the issue as Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar will meet the protesting villagers on Tuesday. READ

Caurem ore transport suspended, Prakash Velip trying for CM’s intervention

Ore transport in Caurem has been temporarily suspended once again from tomorrow till amicable solution is arrived at by asking intervention of Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar. READ

Govt terror may bring another mining ban, caution Church and AAP

Goa’s Church as well as Aam Aadmi Party have come down heavily on the Bharatiya Janata Party government for spreading terror in the mining areas and once again allowing miners to loot Goa’s mines, illegally. ... READ

Like Cong, is BJP Govt also supporting mining illegalities?

Is Goa’s BJP government really interested in people-friendly sustainable mining or allowing illegalities under the garb of resumption of legal mining? READ

Mining: Tribals-police clash in Caurem, women arrested, allege assault

Caurem turned into a battleground once again today with protesting villagers and police clashing with each other and tribal women becoming the victims of police ruthlessness. READ

Is BJP Govt e-auctioning remaining ore by causing loss of over Rs 150 Cr?

Is the BJP government conspiring to a-auction the remaining ore in its possession at peanuts for the benefit of mining lobby by accruing huge loss of over Rs 150 crore to the state exchequer? READ