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UK Opposition wants Vedanta delisted from London Stock Exchange

Activists claim it has led to respiratory and skin problems, fainting and other illness, especially among children. The plant releases its waste into the sensitive Gulf of Mannar Biosphere Reserve, an area of coral reefs and mangrove forests, the protesters claim.

Anti-Sterlite protest: Toll 12, videos of police beating, police firing raise heat

Relatives of those killed Tuesday, meanwhile, refused to claim the bodies, saying they would do so only after the copper smelter was shut and murder charges registered against those involved in the firing.

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Death in Tuticorin

Killing of 12 people protesting industrial pollution points to appalling state failures. There must be accountability.

Anti-Sterlite protest: Green consent pending, plant shut, wanted to raise capacity

Anti-Sterlite protest: Protesters at the site have cited pollution from the copper plant, including issues relating to disposal of copper waste and effluents from the operational unit, demanding its permanent closure.

Anti-Sterlite protest: Tension simmers in Tamil Nadu's Tuticorin after police firing leaves nine dead

Protests have been on since 1999 with residents demanding the closure of the Sterlite copper smelter. Word was awaited from the Madurai bench of the Madras High Court on a petition seeking closure of the plant.

Vedanta unit seeks rollover of $1.25-bn loan from Cairn

The loan, which was extended for two years at floating rate of 3 per cent plus LIBOR, was to be repaid by July 2016.

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HC stays auction of 3 Chhattisgarh coal blocks, allows IPOs

Delhi High court stayed the electronic auction of Gare Palma IV/1, Gare Palma IV/4 and Gare Palma IV/7 on Thursday.

Let us export, you’ll benefit as well: Cairn India

Cairn has proposed it sell its crude at the international price.

Cairn India's $1.25-billion loan offer to Vedanta Group raises concerns

Cairn India's cash and cash equivalents now stand at Rs 13,561 cr in rupee funds...

No coal,Talwandi Sabo plant runs into trouble

Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal’s lofty plans to make state power surplus are beginning to come apart,thanks to the Union government.

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