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‘Sterlite Copper can produce over 1000 MT oxygen per day, allow us to open’: Vedanta writes to TN govt, Health Minister

“We would be grateful to be allowed this opportunity to support the nation’s needs. Our staff stands prepared to get these two plants operational in the shortest possible time and begin dispatching oxygen to the critical areas as per your direction,” the letter continued.

Was the resurrection of Jesus actually resuscitation? A Vedantic perspective on the Resurrection of Jesus Christ

Many believe that Jesus had fainted due to some liquid given to him, and therefore his resurrection was actually a resuscitation

India Inc. pitches in to support the battle against the coronavirus outbreak

As the scourge of novel coronavirus sweeps across India, the Indian Business magnates have risen to the occasion to extend assistance to the government in their fight against the covid-19.

Rediscovering ‘Sunyata’: Unifying Buddhism and Vedanta

What if I say Buddha was a proponent of Vedanta? Blasphemous, some would say. Far-fetched, others may venture to say. However, if one were to...

Vedanta claims that Chinese companies funded anti-Sterlite protests in order to capture Indian copper market

Sterlite had supplied 38% of India's copper demand. After its closure, the demand was met by foreign companies.

Anti-Sterlite protests were orchestrated by vested interests: Vedanta tells Madras HC

The company has said that the various reports by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) in support of the Sterlite Copper Smelter unit cannot be ignored.

Tuticorin: Complying with NGT order, Vedanta announces welfare projects worth Rs 100 crore

Vedanta group promises welfare projects worth 100 crores in Tuticorin after Supreme Court nodded the order of NGT for reopening of Sterlite plant.

US journalist sniffing around in Tuticorin violated visa rules, ordered to leave India

US-based scribe asked to leave India after he was found violating visa norms.

Tuticorin: US journalist ‘interviewing’ people about Sterlite plant detained and interrogated by police

The district police detained and interrogated US-based journalist Mark Scilla, for interviewing people in relation Sterlite plant, missing the Tourist visa.

The other side of Tuticorin plant case: a Twitter user claiming to be an employee shares insight

Vedanta claims that the Sterlite Copper plant did not violate any environmental norms, says allegations of causing pollution and cancer are baseless

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