NMDC to resume operations at the Donimalai iron ore mine after 9 months

The mine was closed by NMDC for the past nine months, after a state government order to impose an 80 per cent premium levy of the average sale price from there

India had produced more than 200 mt of iron ore in 2010-11

The high court of Karnataka has cleared the way for public sector miner NMDC to resume operations at the Donimalai iron ore mine, its largest in the state.

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First Published: Jul 18 2019 | 11:42 PM IST

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