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India Infoline News Service | Mumbai |

The ship-breaking industry, so far under the Steel Ministry, has now come under the control of the Shipping Ministry.

The ship-breaking industry, so far under the Steel Ministry, has now come under the control of the Shipping Ministry. This will help the sector attract more ships to Indian yards, including the world’s largest — Alang in Gujarat — and get marketed well at international shipping forums, according to sources in the Shipping Ministry.(BL)

The policy on utilisation of surplus coal from captive mines is likely by the next month.
The development comes amid reports of sale of surplus coal by some private parties in open market against norms of captive coal block use.(ET)

The Narendra Modi government has set its eye on a recast of the country's land-use policy to make it more scientific and minimise displacement, much along the lines of the Gujarat model that enabled rapid industrialisation, by offering wasteland for development. (ET)
 

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