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September 27, 2009

Authorities at the Mana Airport in Raipur are on an alert to stop Chinese nationals, employed at a Bharat Aluminium C ...
August 26, 2010

Making a visit to Lanjigarh, Orissa against the backdrop of the Centre rejecting environment clearance for the Vedanta m ...
August 20, 2007

Fourteen workers are killed and 59 other injured in an explosion that destroyed an aluminium foundry in eastern China.
September 23, 2009

At least 20 workers and an engineer were killed when a 100-metre chimney caved in at an under-construction thermal power ...
February 8, 2008

Due to excessive heat, the boiler inside the Assam Aluminium company at Lahoal in Dibrugarh district exploded causing in ...
February 8, 2008

At least 12 workers of an aluminium manufacturing factory were seriously injured in an accidental blast of a boiler in U ...
April 10, 2010

Police have filed a 70,000-page charge sheet against officials of Bharat Aluminium Company, Chinese company Sepco and GD ...
August 14, 2008

British mining company Vedanta suffered a setback to its controversial mining contract in Orissa as green groups pressur ...
September 25, 2007

The country’s growth opportunity is also increasingly compelling for pension and provident funds, says Parag Saxena, co- ...
November 11, 2007

According to reports, Vedanta Resources plans to raise up to $2 billion through an initial public offering of its energy ...
May 29, 2007

Vedanta, which owns the Thalanga mines in Australia, is in negotiations with WMC to acquire its copper assets, reports
May 13, 2007

Dutta Group of Companies’ Integrated foil and packaging subsidiary, Ess Dee Aluminium, is setting up a plant in Sikkim, ...
April 17, 2007

Aditya Birla group flagship Hindalco Industries says it has the first right to buy the stake held by global aluminium gi ...
January 2, 2006

NALCO has raised the metal price by Rs 3,500 per tonne, the fifth time during the last four months.
February 28, 2008

Vedanta group's chief Anil Agarwal and Wipro's Azim Premji, are on the Forbes list of "48 Asian Altruists".
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