Foreign Consuls concerned about Deocha Pachami coal mining project

Discomfort stems from Bengal govt's plans to develop what could world's second largest coal mine amid a call for phasing down the fuel at COP26

Photo: Bloomberg

Photo: Bloomberg

The West Bengal government’s proposed coal mining project – Deocha Pachami, considered to be one of the largest blocks in the world – has caught the attention of foreign consuls

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First Published: Nov 23 2021 | 3:00 PM IST

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