Country’s metal sector growing in double digits: Indian Institute of Metals vice president Sajjan Jindal
Odisha has emerged as a hub in both ferrous and non-ferrous sectors
A spot inspection would be conducted on Tuesday to ascertain the cause of the mishap and safety lapses, if any.
As of November 9, Sundargarh has reported 749 dengue-positive cases, a significant increase from the total of 360 cases recorded until September 28.
In all, 11,500 people work for Tata Steel in the Netherlands.
Former vice-chancellors of various universities participated in Nirasana Deeksha to extend their solidarity to the agitating steel plant employees.
YSRC leaders also lashed out at TDP supremo N Chandrababu Naidu for not working towards the welfare of the downtrodden while serving as chief minister.
Sarpanch of Gadakujang Kabita Das acknowledged the validity of the demands made by the land losers.
India is the second-largest producer of steel and cement in the world, and both are emission-intensive hard-to-abate industries.
The commission, a body of social activists led by retired Supreme Court justice Madan B Lokur, also underlined police repression and criminalisation of protests in the Dhinkia region.
Sajjan Jindal's JSW Group has proposed to set up an integrated steel plant on a plot in the village, which was earlier acquired for a steel project by South Korean firm POSCO.
Last week, Vedanta announced the demerger of its commodities businesses into six listed companies to unlock value and attract big investment.
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and state Congress president Deepak Baij accused the Central government of trying to hand over the Nagarnar steel plant in Bastar district to private players.
The eight core industries have a significant impact on the Index of Industrial Production (IIP), accounting for 40.27% of its weighting.
The agreement encompasses LPG supply, installation of LPG facilities, and the operation and maintenance of the same at the company's Ferro Alloys Plants in Gopalpur and Athagarh in Odisha.
The British government has described this as one of the largest government support packages in history that would help safeguard 5,000 jobs.
Quick response teams, boom barriers, dash-cams in transport, geo-fencing of coal transporting routes and GPS systems are also being equipped in vehicles to check illegal mining.
According to police, payload operator Chini Lal Patel died on August 22 due to serious burns after molten slag from the furnace fell on him.
Anti-dumping duty occurs when a foreign company exports items to another country at prices that are lower than their home market pricing or lower than their manufacturing costs.
The problem has arisen due to reduction in supply of iron ore from NMDC to RINL.
The project is slated to generate around 1,500 direct and 4,000 indirect job opportunities with an aim to curtail annual carbon dioxide emissions by nearly two million tonnes.