Supreme Court passes limited mining ban order on Odisha

The Supreme Court on Friday passed a limited mining ban on odisha, which produces over 50 per cent of the country’s iron ore and manganese, affecting only those who have been operating on deemed renewals for a second time and beyond. The ban affects only 26 companies who were on their second renewal. They will apply for grant of license to the state which will take a call on their applications within six months, a three-judge bench, comprising justices AK Patnaik, SS Nijjar and FMI Kalifullah, said.


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