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India, ADB Sign $451 Million Loan To Strengthen Power Connectivity In Tamil Nadu

The project will help Tamil Nadu state government to meet the increasing demand for power supply from industry and commercial enterprises in the state through transfer of power from new generation facilities

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Indian MSMEs And Spirit Of Enterprise

India’s Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) are those silent performers who are carrying India’s 5 trillion dollar economy goal on their shoulders.

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Vedanta Lost $200 Million In Profits In One Year Of Tuticorin Plant Shutdown: Agarwal

As many as 20,000 direct and indirect jobs have been lost due to the shutting of the smelter.

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Amit Shah, Ravi Shankar Prasad Cease To Be Members Of Rajya Sabha

The BJP is likely to use these three vacancies to bring in leaders like its ally LJP chief Ram Vilas Paswan, who is not a member of any House but may become a minister in the Modi government, to the Upper House.

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National Green Tribunal Panel Extends Hearing On Vedanta Smelter Case

State authorities permanently shut down the Tamil Nadu plant after police fired on protesters calling for the closure of the plant in May over concerns it was polluting their air and water

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Protests Planned At Vedanta's Final Company Meet In UK

An activist group in the UK is planning to stage a "loud" demonstration outside the final annual general meeting of Indian mining tycoon Anil Agarwal's Vedanta Resources here on Monday to demand justice for the 13 protesters killed in a police shooting at the company's copper smelter in Tamil Nadu in May.

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Restoring Public Trust: From Regulation To A Social License

The challenge for policy makers is to create a regulatory framework that makes socially acceptable and environmentally sustainable resource development projects the norm, rather than the exception

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NGT Says Committee To Decide Fate Of Shut Vedanta Copper Smelter

Tamil Nadu ordered the permanent closure of the plant and disconnected its power supply in May following protests that turned violent and culminated in the police opening fire on protesters, killing 13 of them

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Tamil Nadu Deputy Chief Minister Says Will Take All Steps To Shut Down Vedanta's Copper Smelter

Resident have been demanding the closure of the plant, said O. Panneerselvam, the deputy chief minister of Tamil Nadu

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