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West Bengal Government's plan to exit Haldia Petrochemical Ltd. (HPL) has run into rough weather with two companies belonging to The Chatterjee Group (TCG) issuing a public notice cautioning any person submitting an expression of interest. The bone
Industries located along the Gangetic delta in Haldia, Kolkata and its outskirts are polluting the fragile ecosystem of Sundarbans, home to 40 lakh people and the Royal Bengal Tiger, a latest study says. The research, conducted by a group of
Around 4 pm, as the cylinders were being loaded on a Haldia-bound truck from a godown of a private transport company, the safety seal of one of the cylinders came off leading to the gas leak. The people in the vicinity started facing breathing
M angalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd says it is no longer interested in buying out the West Bengal government's share in Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd. Business Standard it made no sense to buy the shares of a loss-making company at this stage. "
The projects have been approved at an estimated cost of Rs.821.40 crore for Haldia Dock II (North) and at an estimated cost of Rs.886.10 crore for Haldia Dock II (South).
The state industry department has sought intervention of Governor M K Naryanan to persuade the Centre to lift the ban on industries on environment grounds in Haldia industrial area. In 2009, the MoEF had imposed a moratorium on the expansion of units
Former West Bengal chief secretary TCDutt died at a city hospital today after a protracted illness...Dutta had a brilliant academic career and became chief secretary during 1989-91. He was also a former chairman of Kolkata Port Trust and Haldia
Dismissing the petition the Division Bench of the Chief Justice Arun Mishra and Justice Joymalya Bhagchi said it was the policy matter of the government, and the High Court would not interfere into it. But the Division Bench gave the liberty to
T he buzz of Indian Oil Corporation [ Get Quote ] being interested in Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd (HPL) has been there for quite some time, but today IOC Chairman R S Butola officially indicated his interest in the eastern India's biggest petrochemical
Gangavaram port in Andhra Pradesh to unload large quantities of imported coal due to draft problems of West Bengal's Haldia port. "We can offer the companies unloading solutions at Sagar island if they want," he said.