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Entries posted on “July 10th, 2011”
Profit-sharing to eat additional Rs 2,200 cr from CIL’s net

Profit-sharing to eat additional Rs 2,200 cr from CIL’s net

NEW DELHI: Coal India’s annual consolidated net will get eroded by around Rs 2,200 crore once the draft MMDR Bill that obligates coal miners to share 26 per cent of their profits with project-affected people is implemented. “As part of our CSR policy, we spend Rs 5 per tonne, or 5 per cent of the […]

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Corporate India Wins, CSR will Remain Voluntary

Corporate India Wins, CSR will Remain Voluntary

By Suresh Kr Pramar After holding out the threat of mandatory CSR for the past two years the Corporate Affairs Ministry has released a sugarcoated version of its thinking on responsible business. Corporate India has won. It has managed to ensure that CSR will not be mandatory. The Ministry over the past two years, through […]

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Tata Main Hospital organizes thyroid camp & starts new testing equipment in nuclear medicine deptt

Tata Main Hospital organizes thyroid camp & starts new testing equipment in nuclear medicine deptt

INDIACSR JAMSHEDPUR: The Nuclear Medicine department of the Tata Main Hospital (TMH), Jamshedpur is one of the finest facilities in the state of Jharkhand as well as in Eastern India. The facility was inaugurated by Mr J R D Tata in 1992 and the erstwhile Medical Research Centre was merged with it in 2004. It […]

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Tata Steel partner in Mid-Day Meal Scheme for underprivileged children in Jharkhand

Tata Steel partner in Mid-Day Meal Scheme for underprivileged children in Jharkhand

Over one lakh school going children to benefit in next two years JAMSHEDPUR: Tata Steel has partnered with the Government of Jharkhand and ISKCON Food Relief Foundation to roll out a Mid-Day Meal Scheme for underprivileged school going children in East Singhbhum and Saraikela-Kharsawa districts of Jharkhand. The Foundation Stone of the project was laid […]

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Mining royalty gives tribals a better deal

Mining royalty gives tribals a better deal

By Swaminathan S Anklesaria Aiyar At last a pernicious nationalization is going to be partly rectified. A new mining bill has just been cleared by a group of ministers, mandating the sharing of 26% of mining profits with the local population in the case of coal, and the payment of a sum equal to last […]

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