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Sterlite to invest Rs 400cr, up optic fibre capacity to 30m km

Sterlite Technologies will invest up to Rs 400 crore on capacity expansion as it targets a major part of the Rs 72,000-crore BharatNet project.

Sterlite to set up LCD manufacturing plant, invest Rs 40,000 cr

The company, which makes optical fibres used in high speed internet services, is also working on a project to connect defence establishments through optical fibres in Jammu & Kashmir (J&K).

Ericsson partners Sterlite for smart city initiatives in India

Under the agreement, Ericsson will collaborate with Sterlite to design a roadmap and deploy solutions and services required to create a fully functioning knowledge-based society, Ericsson said in statement.

'Sterlite merger, Vedanta Aluminium biz demerger effective'

In a BSE filing, the company also said that its wholly-owned subsidary Bloom Fountain Limited would acquire 38.68 percent stake in Cairn India together with associated debt, effective from August 26.

Decks cleared for Sesa Goa-Sterlite merger with Bombay HC nod

The Sesa Goa-Sterlite merger, announced in February 2012, has received all other regulatory clearances.

Madras High Court approves Sesa Goa, Sterlite Ind merger

The proposed merger between Sesa Goa and Sterlite Industries, aimed at creating a mega natural resources firm from India, has moved a step closer towards realisation with the nod from the Madras High Court Thursday.

SC to hear plea against restart of Sterlite plant

The green panel then set aside the order of TNPCB and allowed Sterlite Industries Ltd to recommence operation of its copper smelting unit.

Committed to implementing Green Tribunal suggestions: Sterlite

Sterlite Industries Thursday said it is committed to implementing global standards of environment, health and safety at its plant here which has received the National Green Tribunal nod to re-start operations.

SC to hear plea against restart of Sterlite copper plant in TN

Supreme Court is likely to hear tomorrow TNPCB's plea against an order of National Green Tribunal (NGT) allowing UK-based Vedanta Group company, Sterlite Industries Ltd, to recommence operation of its copper plant in Tuticorin district of Tamil Nadu.

Sterlite hails NGT order, says operations to start in a week

Sterlite Industries Friday welcomed the National Green Tribunal's order allowing it to recommence operations of its copper smelting plant in Tuticorin district.

NGT allows Sterlite to operate copper plant in Tamil Nadu

The National Green Tribunal Friday allowed UK-based Vedanta Group company, Sterlite Industries Ltd, to commence operation of its copper plant in Tuticorin district of Tamil Nadu.

Complaints against us are 'politically motivated': Sterlite

"My specific case is that the entire matter is politically motivated. There were no complaints (of alleged leakage) before and after that day (March 23, 2013).

Expert committee begins inspection of Sterlite unit

Officials said the copper smelter unit was operated in the presence of the team to check quantum of sulphur dioxide being released.

Four member committee to study Sterlite plant

Justice R Chockalingam, heading the tribunal, said the committee would submit its report on April 29 on the status of the plant.

Decision on Sterlite after green tribunal's verdict: TN Govt

Replying to a call attention moved by Opposition parties, including CPI (M) in the state Assembly, Environment Minister M C Sampath recalled that NGT had announced setting up a four-member panel to study the current status of the controversial copper smelting plant.

Panel to be set up to study Sterlite plant status: Tribunal

The National Green Tribunal Friday said a four-member committee would be set up to study the current status of the controversial copper smelting plant of Sterlite Industries at Tuticorin.

Green Tribunal adjourns Sterlite's plea to April 12

The Vedanta Group company sought a stay on the TNPCB's closure order which was issued on March 30 following protests by locals who were affected in the wake of alleged gas leak.

Sterlite to pay Rs 100 crore for polluting environment

The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked Sterlite Industries, a subsidiary of UK-based Vedanta Group, to pay Rs 100 crore as compensation for polluting environment through its copper smelting plant in Tamil Nadu but refused to direct its closure.

Sterlite employees petition TN Govt for reopening plant

The operations of the plant were halted yesterday after the March 23 alleged gas leak which caused mild suffocation, sore throat and eye irritation to several people in the locality.

SAIL, Sterlite to exit Nifty index; UltraTech, Lupin to move in

SAIL and Vedanta group firm Sterlite Industries are being moved out of the National Stock Exchange's benchmark index Nifty, and would be replaced by Birla group firm UltraTech and drugmaker Lupin.