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The MEAI Encourages Mining Investment; Heavy Mineral Mining Sees A New Hope In TN

Leading heavy mineral mining companies like VV Mineral, India, based in Tamil Nadu are suffering grave losses because of the ban by the government. A top professional mining body has suggested that the new policies should make sure that mining will be given preference in mineral rich areas whether owned by government, private of taken illegally by locals. 141 more words


Newspapers or examination papers

The first crossword in a British newspaper was published in the Sunday Express on November 2, 1924. Why? With development around the globe print media have been changing themselves as well. 196 more words


The Indian media's itch:

The Indian media is facing this in finding an equal rival for Narendra Modi. More than the people who go after the Jawaharlal Nehru… 122 more words

The journey of becoming an 'Economic Times Young Leader'

‘Success is a journey, not a destination’- this has been the mantra all throughout my life and that is precisely why I have always given equal, if not more, importance to the process and the journey rather than the final outcome. 786 more words


On Privacy and Rights as an Individual: Being a Tea Sommelier in India.

Does it mean that the media has full rights on your image and your life because it is not copyright protected?

Very recently a photo that features me (that was originally shot for… 323 more words

Tea Sommelier

Mozambique Mining Industry: Coal India plans to buy stake in railway project

Indian state company Coal India Ltd. (CIL) is analysing the acquisition of a controlling stake in a rail project in Mozambique as a way of improving coal transport from the mines it plans to operate in the country, according to Indian newspaper the Economic Times, quoted by Macauhub news agency.

Mozambique Mining Industry

These 6 charts explain why Infosys and the media disagree on everything

Infosys, India’s storied software exporter, has slapped legal notices on three newspapers seeking Rs2,000 crore ($338 million) from each in damages. The stories “have caused and continue to cause grave and irreparable damage, loss, harm and disrepute to Infosys,” the company says. 653 more words