Green Ministry Sees Red

October 2012
India Today;10/15/2012, p21
The article reports on the environmental clearances for proposed projects that have been withdrawn by India's Ministry of Environment and Forest in 2012. it presents the alleged violations of Adani Group's Munda Port and Special Economic Zone, Goa's Iron Ore Mines, NCC Ltd., IL&FS Tamil Nadu Power and Chettinad Power, Jindal Steel and Power Co., and Posco India. It shows impact of the clearance withdrawal on the projects.


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