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Indian companies invested $9.6 billion in five countries in last three fiscals 1.8.2014 ET: Foreign Trade
Indian firms made investment of $9.6 bn in British Virgin Islands, Mozambique, the Netherlands, Mauritius and Singapore in last 3 years.
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Indian cos invested $9.6 bn in 5 countries 1.8.2014 Rediff: Personal Finance
British Virgin Islands, Mozambique, the Netherlands, Mauritius and Singapore were the top five nations where Indian firms made investment of $9.6 billion in the last three years.
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Conservation by the people 1.8.2014 Hindu: News
We should all pool in our skills to spearhead conservation efforts
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Tube watch 1.8.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
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We must judiciously tap into our natural resources and not mindlessly exploit them - Shri Narendra Singh Tomar 1.8.2014 Govt of india: PIB
We must judiciously tap into our natural resources and not mindlessly exploit them. This was stated by Shri Narendra Singh Tomar, the Union Minister of Mines, Steel and Labour & Employment in his address at the 48th Annual General Meeting of Federation of Indian Mineral Industries (FIMI) held in New Delhi yesterdayyesterday.
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WTO rules against US duties on Indian steel products 1.8.2014 FirstPost: India

The US Department of Commerce had imposed CVD on India's exports of hot rolled carbon steel flat products.

The post WTO rules against US duties on Indian steel products appeared first on Firstpost.

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FTSE hit by falls at banks and miners 1.8.2014 ET: Global Markets
Weak UK manufacturing data on Friday also kept the London stock market on the back foot, with the blue-chip FTSE 100 equity index down by 1.2 per cent.
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Yudh Week 3: Lesbian frisson, flirtatious Maoists, bomb blasts and more 1.8.2014 FirstPost: Bollywood

There are definite signs of improvement in Yudh, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

The post Yudh Week 3: Lesbian frisson, flirtatious Maoists, bomb blasts and more appeared first on Firstpost.

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ArcelorMittal cuts outlook as ore prices hit mining 1.8.2014 Latest News
ArcelorMittal , the world's largest steelmaker, cut its forecast for earnings this year after lower than anticipated iron ore prices ate into the profit of its mining business.
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Bitter acrimony against Team Rahul in Goa Congress (News Analysis) 1.8.2014 New Kerala: India News
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White House secrets: Lobbyists bidding to block govt regulations 1.8.2014 Moneylife
When Washington lobbyists fail to derail regulations proposed by federal agencies, they often find a receptive ear within the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, an arm of the White House Office of Management and Budget that conducts much of its business in secret
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In Goa, Team Rahul faces rebellion from older Congress leaders 1.8.2014 FirstPost: Politics

A divided Congress in Goa has virtually hoisted the flag of rebellion against office-bearers endorsed by party vice president Rahul Gandhi.

The post In Goa, Team Rahul faces rebellion from older Congress leaders appeared first on Firstpost.

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Bitter acrimony against Team Rahul in Goa Congress 1.8.2014 Oneindia.in: News
Panaji, Aug 1: A divided Congress in Goa has virtually hoisted the flag of rebellion against office-bearers endorsed by party vice president Rahul Gandhi.Facing a revolt from a section of the party leadership against Team Rahul in Maharashtra, Assam and Haryana,
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Mukul moves Centre for state to regulate mining 1.8.2014 Meghalaya Times

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SHILLONG, July 31: Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma today proposed to the Centre to invoke para 12 (A) of the Sixth Schedule in order that the application of ‘central laws’ relating to mining may be rescinded which according to him would allow the State government to regulate mining in the state.
The proposal was submitted by the Chief Minister following huge protest from the people of the state especially the tribal coal miners’ community against the National Green Tribunal (NGT)’s ban on unscientific rat-hole coal mining which has been imposed for the past three months now.

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16 legislators to withdraw support from MUA –II 1.8.2014 Meghalaya Times
Staff Reporter SHILLONG, July 31: Even as the protest march convened by the Movement for Indigenous People’s Rights and Livelihood – Meghalaya (MIPRLM) against the NGT ban on coal mining activities on Wednesday witnessed the attendance of thousands of supporters, the political waters of Meghalaya are turning turbulent with as many as 16 Congress legislators preparing to withdraw support to Chief Minister Mukul Sangma’s MUA –II government should ban on coal mining in Meghalaya be upheld by the Tribunal on Friday’s sitting. These Congress legislators, in a meeting at Chairman of State Planning Board, Salseng Marak’s residence here on Wednesday had decided to wait for the ruling of Friday’s sitting of the NGT to decide on the next step they are taking. Should the NGT order a continuance of the current ban on extraction and transportation of coal in Meghalaya, these legislators will hand in their papers thus leaving Mukul in the ...
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ICVL plans to nearly triple coal output from Benga mine 1.8.2014 Top Stories
It recently acquired the mine from Rio Tinto
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Core infrastructure growth rises to 7.3% in june 1.8.2014 Asian Age: Business

In what will signal some revival in economy, core infrastructure sector grew fastest in 9 months at 7.3 per cent in June helped by a low base last year. This comes on back of industrial production (IIP) growth in May at 19 months high of 4.7 per cent due to good performance by manufacturing, mining and power sectors.

The eight core infra industries which consists of fertilisers, cement, steel, electricity, crude oil, coal, petroleum refinery products and natural gas, have a combined weight of about 37.90 per cent in the Index of Industrial Production (IIP).

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Pune Speak Up: Sliding away from our hands 1.8.2014 DNA: India
Treat it as a god sent alert... The Malin landslide should be treated as a definite wake up call and all Pune and Western Ghat citizens should take this tragedy as a god sent alert. Western Ghats are a major support system and act as shields to the climatological impact of wind and rainfall. Over the years the green cover on hills has been reducing at an alarming pace. Huge section of hills have been blasted to make construction grit for city homes, at several places the mining has left craters or ditches which look like mini lakes during rains. I would blame unplanned land use, deforestation, irregular real estate development, construction of roads to reach hill top, search of virgin land for farm houses as second homes of city dwellers and illegal mining and blasting of rocks as the major factors leading to landslides and unnatural movement inside the earth. Whenever we have excessive rains, trees and vegetation help holding the soil and earth strata till around 15 meters, which becomes strong enough ...
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