Coal mines PF body to invite fresh bids for fund managers
The organisation, which pays pensions to some 500,000 people from the coal sector, operates like the Employees Provident Fund Organisation.
Delhi Jal Board CEO moves National Green Tribunal alleging sand mining in Yamuna
The green panel had earlier that said that pollution in the Yamuna was of serious concern as the river was highly contaminated with industrial effluent and sewage.
Income Tax dept to change the way it communicates, be friendlier
Notices will not be the first response of tax authorities to individuals and companies with regard to queries.
Coal India's 54 mining projects facing delays
Coal India accounts for over 80 per cent of domestic coal output.
Coal India arm adds 6.6 billion tonnes of coal to proven category
Addition to proven reserves last year was considerably higher than the average rate reported in the last few years the company said in a statement.
The world has a diamond glut. Why is that a problem?
A growing glut of rough diamonds, coupled with foreign exchange volatility, trade wars and rocky stock markets, has upended the industry.
Govt to take bigger revenue share from coal sold in open market
Blocks will be awarded on the basis of the highest share of revenue offered to the government.
Jindal Steel gains 9% on debt reduction plan
At present, JSPL has a total outstanding debt of Rs 40,000 crore as of March 2019.
Centre wants PSUs to mine coal blocks commercially
This is the first time the government is offering blocks to public sector companies for selling their entire production in the open market.
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