Iron – Mail India Online reports that Gali Janardhan Reddy and six others were charged in a Bangalore court with alleged illegal mining of iron ore causing a loss of Rs 108 crore to the exchequer.
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Iron – FirstPost.India reports that iron ore mining in Karnataka will take a minimum of two years to become fully operational after the Supreme Court verdict allowed resumption of mining at category-A & B mines in the state, an industry official has said.
Iron – Reuters reported that India’s state of Karnataka will re-open 19 iron ore mines which were shut down by the Supreme Court in 2011 due to a mining ban. This move will increase supplies to local mills by around 30 million tons.
Iron – Reuters reported that Indian iron ore miner Sesa Goa Ltd. aims to start its iron ore production in Liberia early in 2014 in its efforts to offset the damage caused by mining bans in Goa and Karnataka.
Iron – Platts reported India's Karnataka has allowed the resumption of iron ore mining after more than a year, a senior official from Mineral Enterprises Ltd.
Iron – Reuters reported India's southern Karnataka state has recommended that eight iron ore mines be approved to resume operations.
Iron – Reuters reported iron ore production in Karnataka, India will likely be allowed to resume at private mines in July.
Iron – Reuters India reports Karnataka has not issued permits to export iron ore more than two months after a ban on shipments on the metal was lifted.
Iron – High iron ore prices are a reality steelmakers have been trying to cope with. There are hopes that recent progress toward lifting an export ban in India will provide some relief, however, those hopes may be met with disappointment.
Iron – Reuters reported that The Supreme Court may decide as early as next week whether to lift a 6-1/2-month ban on iron ore exports from Karnataka.