Supreme Court panel on illegal mining to meet members of 25 mining firms

A Supreme Court appointed panel arrived in Bhubaneshwar to meet state officials and representatives from the mining industry, to investigate charges of illegalities in iron-ore and manganese mining. The panel’s final report to be submitted before 30 July could have a significant influence over the course of mining or iron ore and manganese in the state, and given Odisha’s contribution to the minerals’ production, have a significant bearing on India’s iron and steel sector.


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