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Posco: Odisha asks Centre to respect international commitment

Odisha government on Friday said it would like the Centre to accept its recommendations in favour of Posco and termed Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar's statement that the South Korean steel major too must participate in bidding in order to get mining lease, as "going back from international commitment".

Posco may have to bid for mines to feed Odisha plant

Caught between Odhisa's assurance and the Centre's ordinance for auction, South Korean major Posco's wait for getting mines to feed its 8 mtpa steel plant in the state is likely to be little longer than expected.

Posco not to quit Odisha project

South Korean steel major Posco on Friday said it would not pull out of its Rs 52,000-crore steel project at Jagatsinghpur in Odisha.

POSCO welcomes SC decision on Khandadhar

Welcoming Supreme Court's judgement on Khandadhar iron ore mine case, Posco-India on Friday assured would significantly help to expedite the project and hoped the Central Government would ensure a quick and final decision on the matter.

Odisha should give further momentum to Posco project: S Korea

Optimistic about launch of the much-delayed Posco steel project in Odisha's Jagatsingpur district, South Korean Ambassador Joon-Gyu Lee Wednesday said the state government should give further momentum to it.

Anti-Posco protestors take out rally, land acquisition on

Land acquisition for the Posco steel plant continued for the third day Tuesday in Odisha's Jagatsinghpur district as anti-Posco as protestors took out a rally defying prohibitory orders carrying bodies of three activists.

Odisha govt resumes land acquisition in tense Posco proj area

Amid tension in proposed Posco plant area where three anti-project activists were killed last night while allegedly making bombs, Odisha government on Sunday resumed land acquisition for the mega steel project.

Odisha to transfer 2,000 acres of land to POSCO soon

The Odisha government will soon transfer about 2,000 acres of land to South Korean steel major POSCO to begin work on its USD 12-billion project near Paradip in Orissa, stuck for seven years now.