Tata Steel on Wednesday posted a consolidated net profit of Rs 7,161.91 crore for the quarter ended March 2021, mainly on account of higher income.
Steel Plant employees have deferred their strike on May 6 in view of the prevailing Covid pandemic situation in the country.
However, it has not produced and supplied a single tonne of Oxygen and Nitrogen till date.
The relay hunger strike being organised at Kurmannapalem steel plant gate by Visakha Ukku Parirakshana Porata Committee entered its 80th day on Sunday.
In a tweet, the minister informed about a series of meetings held with leaders of the steel industry from both public and private sectors.
On Thursday, Delhi dy CM Manish Sisodia wrote a letter to the Centre seeking further increase in Delhi's allocation of medical oxygen from the present 490 tonne per day to 976 tonne.
Former minister and BJP MLC A H Vishwanath has opposed the outright sale of 3,666 acres of land to Jindal Group at a throwaway price, and demanded that the cabinet reconsider its decision.
JSW Steel is supplying Liquid Medical Oxygen from its three manufacturing facilities in Karnataka, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu to various States across India, it said.
The RSP of SAIL finds itself in the vicious grip of the second COVID wave as nearly 10 employees have died and 592 infected in April so far.
Kumaraswamy accused the BJP leaders of opposing his government’s decision for the sake of opposition.
4-km pipeline being laid for oxygenated beds; State govt to staff the facility with doctors, nurses, technicians
The two units can produce 50 tonnes of liquid medical oxygen each.
On the directions of the steel ministry, steel plants in the country are supplying liquid medical oxygen (LMO) to various states amid rising demand for the gas.
The railways has chalked out plans to transport medical oxygen from Angul, Kalingnagar, Rourkela and Raigarh to Delhi and NCR region.
Liberty Steel had stepped in to acquire Tata’s Speciality Steels business employing more than 1,700 people in Yorkshire, Lancashire and the West Midlands in an estimated 100 million pounds deal.