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Son denied deal, contractor hired men to assault SAIL chief: Police

DCP (Crime Branch) Dr Ram Gopal Naik said, “Singh was arrested Friday from his residence in Vasant Kunj, and was in police custody for three days.” He was produced before a court Monday, and released on bail.

SAIL Rourkela recruitment 2019: Vacancies for 361 Medical Executive, Paramedical Staff posts, how to apply

SAIL Rourkela recruitment 2019: There are in total 361 vacancies for the posts of Medical Executive and Paramedical Staff. The candidates can apply through the website sail.co.in

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Delhi: SAIL chief attacked by four men in Hauz Khas road rage, 2 held

While two of the accused were arrested from the spot by police on patrol duty, Chaudhary and his driver were taken to the AIIMS Trauma Centre where they were discharged after treatment.

SAIL recruitment 2019: Apply for 205 executive, non-executive posts

SAIL recruitment 2019: The online window for the application process will be closed on July 31. The candidates can apply through the website sail.co.in

SAIL recruitment 2019: Vacancies for 62 Attendant trainee posts, check details

SAIL recruitment 2019: The candidates need to possess matriculation (Class 10 passing certificate) with ITI to apply for the posts. The upper age limit of the candidates should not cross 28 years

SAIL plans 3 MTPA project on Posco land in Odisha

The Odisha government had acquired around 2,700 acres of land at Jagatsinghpur, which is barely 10 km away from Paradip port for Posco’s proposed plant.

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Coal ministry yet to allot alternative blocks to SAIL

As the coal bed methane area was overlapping with the petroleum mining area, the coal mining lease area of these two blocks were reduced.

At Bhilai plant, second fatal accident in four years

Beyond the SAIL and RINL plants, there are a large number of steel factories in the private sector, but the requisite data on accidents is not maintained by the Ministry of Steel.

‘SAIL workers at risk for lack of sand mining leases in Jharkhand’

India’s worst mining disaster happened on December 27, 1975, in Chasnalla when 375 people died at a coal mine due to an explosion and subsequent flooding.

CAG pulls up SAIL for huge coking coal import despite three captive mines

SAIL has cited reasons like non-deployment of outside agencies, non-availability of equipment and material, shortage of sand and equipment breakdown, for low production, the audit watchdog said.

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