India produces 95 minerals, including 4 fuel-related minerals, 10 metallic minerals, and 3 atomic minerals.
blocks of major minerals allocated in 2017.
largest steel producer in 2018 at 106.5mn tonnes.
growth in India's mineral output in 2017.
projects launched under Government scheme.
largest producer of coal in the world.
mines currently operational across India.
of India's minerals reserve yet to be explored.
FDI under automatic route allowed in mining.
mines awarded 5 star ratings for best practices.
projected capacity of India's steel sector by 2030-31.
reserves of Iron ore, Bauxite, Chromium, Manganese ore, Baryte, Rare earth, and Mineral salts.
The Ministry of Mines first notified the Mineral Auction Rules in 2015, prescribing the procedure of the auction process. Following a consensus between the Ministry and the state governments to make the process more pragmatic without sacrificing the checks on successful bidders, The Mineral Auction Rules were amended in 2017.
In August 2019, Government of India allowed 100 per cent FDI, under the automatic route, for coal mining and sales activities including associated processing infrastructure subject to the provisions of Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Act, 2015 and the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957.
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India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive and capital establishments
Hindalco - industry leader in aluminium and copper
Vedanta Group - a leading diversified resources company
Hindustan Zinc - integrated mining and resources producer
JSW Steel - high value steel production and export
Adani Group - one of the world's largest mining groups
Lindian Resources - mineral exploration
India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive, and capital establishments