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The arrest of Zee Editors - A clarion call Law is taking its own course – There was a criminal extortion and intimidation case registered against Zee News Limited (Zee Business &
At the throw-in, Simran Shergill got onto the ball and passed a lofted shot up to Tom De Bruin who made a run towards the goal, with Manupal Godara right behind him. Tom scored a brilliant under the neck shot goal in the opening chukkar of the match.
I n September, allegations surfaced that he had used coal from captive mines to sell power at high prices in the market, thereby profiteering from an inexpensive national natural resource. The month also saw Jindal get into a scuffle with a TV
Jindal Steel & Power, which owns the 1.5-million tonne per annum (Mtpa) capacity direct reduction iron (DRI) plant in Sohar, is approaching an iron ore mine acquisition in West Africa for at least $2 billion as it plans to build a pelletising project
S till, Jindal Steel & Power went about establishing its operations in Bolivia. It employed some 300 people for its operations and even sent 15 or so Indians there. Senior Jindal Steel & Power executives would frequently do the 36-hour journey to
Two employees of Jindal Steel and Power were arrested in Bolivia, where the company had scrapped its $ 2.1 billion project a few days back. The company's property and equipment at Porto Suarez , where the project was supposed to come up, have also
BoliviaAn ambitious plan to develop an iron-ore deposit straddling Bolivia and Brazil has become mired in bickering between Bolivia's populist government and India's Jindal Steel & Power, highlighting both the challenges facing President Evo Morales'
Jindal Steel is well placed to capitalise from its 1.2 billion tonnes of low-cost captive coal assets, it added. At 2.07 p.m. shares in the company were trading at 650.40 rupees, up 0.06 percent.
The Union environment ministry has asked Naveen Jindal-owned Jindal Steel & Power to respond to allegations that the company had built its coal washery at Raigarh in Chhattisgarh without obtaining prior environmental clearance from the ministry. At 9:
Jindal Steel & Power, India's second-biggest maker of the alloy by market value, plans to build its first oil refinery to expand its energy business in the domestic and overseas markets. Unit Jindal Petroleum may set up the refinery with a capacity