indian stone mining act

laws relating to mines & minerals in india

While so, the Legislature of State of Orissa passed and act called the Orissa Mining Areas Development Fund Act, 1952 [the same Act was under challenge in Hingir—Rampur Coal Co. Vs. State of Orissa 1961 (2) ACR 537]. The fee under this Act which became due between July 1951 and March 1952 became the subject matter of litigation

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about mining and minerals | bureau of land management

Since 1955, common varieties of sand, gravel, stone, pumice, pumicite and cinders were removed from the Mining Law and placed under the Materials Act of 1947, as amended. Use of salable minerals requires either a sales contract or a free-use permit

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indian ruby mining | gems & gemology

A ruby-bearing granulite, commonly called ruby rock, is used for making artifacts such as wands and crystal balls. In the town of Subramaniam, close to Madikeri, large hexagonal pillars of ruby are mined; deposits are also located in the nearby villages. The stones are mainly hexagonal but come in

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minerals resources - department of mining and geology

In view of the gap in technology for mining of gold placers in the country, a program for exploration and pilot scale mining was taken up during 1994-'96 through French Assistance (BRGM). The studies confirmed the incidence of gold on the present day river channel with an average grade of 0.1 g/m3

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records of the bureau of land management [blm] | national

Aug 15, 2016 · Register of mining entries, 1875-1907. Federal reimbursements for tax revenues lost by counties in Oregon and California when railroad land grant titles were revested in the United States, 1916-31. Valuation of Indian lands acquired by the United States, 1864- 1908. Records of the Board of Commissioners for the Hot Springs, AR, Reservation

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private museums could face nagpra scrutiny - indian

May 16, 2021 · California Assembly member James C. Ramos, a citizen of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and the first Native American elected to the state’s legislature, said institutions should step up and comply with NAGPRA. “If these museums across the state and nation received federal funding in the form of the CARES Act, maybe now is the opportunity for those items to be given back to Indian

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mining laws in india - ipleaders

Jul 09, 2015 · As per Mining Act, 1952 the owner, agent or manager of a mine before commencement of mining operation has to provide a notice in writing to the Chief Inspector, the Controller, Indian Bureau of Mines and the District Magistrate in which the mine is situated and the notice should reach the concerned person one month before commencement of any

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home - centre for development of stones

To provide best test facilities as per national and international standards, a state-of-the-art testing centre cum R & D centre for dimensional stones has been established at CDOS complex, Sitapura Industrial Area, Jaipur with the assistance of Ministry of Mines (MOM), Government of Rajasthan, United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO), and RIICO

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india proposes overhaul of mining sector amid concerns

Sep 03, 2020 · In its latest endeavour to battle the slowdown in the economy following the COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns, the government of India has proposed reforms in the mining sector by amending the Mines and Mineral (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957. Experts on the mining sector believe the move is not only regressive and legally untenable but could also impact the rights of

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labour and women in mining

Labour and Women in Mining Published by MAC on 2003-04-15 . Labour and Women in Mining. Background Paper by Mines, Minerals and People for the Indian Women and Mining seminar, Delhi April 2003Mining is a very patriarchal industry and the most hostile sector towards women

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