Court stand-off over illegal Indian coal projects

BusinessGreen: The legal battle over the governance of India's coal industry has taken another twist as the government urged the Supreme Court not to revoke all of the 218 coal mining licences that it last week deemed illegal. The court had ruled all coal mining licences awarded between 1993 and 2010 had been allocated illegally, raising the prospect of a raft of licences being revoked and mining activity suspended at key mines. The ruling had been seen as being in line with the newly-elected Modi administration's......

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