East Jaintia Hills Police seek drones to curb illegal coal

Staff Correspondent. East Jaintia Hills district police is seeking the assistance of technology to monitor illegal coal mining activities in the remote areas following the death of six coal miners in the district.

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From Coal Mining To Turmeric Farming In Meghalaya's

KHLIERIAT, Meghalaya -- The National Green Tribunal ban on coal mining and transportation of coal in Meghalaya's Jaintia Hills region has resulted in many of those engaged in the activity switching to turmeric farming for their livelihood.

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Inside Meghalaya’s coal mines: Lives at risk, violation of

On December 13, an illegal coal mine in Saipung area of Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills district collapsed and got flooded from the adjacent Lytein river which trapped at least 15 workers who are feared dead now. The rescue operations were temporarily halted Monday as the water pumps proved ineffective in bringing down the water level.

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Another year, another mining tragedy — why Meghalaya's

A major revenue generator for the state, coal mining in Meghalaya has also been under the scanner for its impact on local ecology. Among other implications, it has been reported that unscientific mining practices have led many water bodies to become acidic.

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Coal miner death: Crane's defect leads to mishap in

The latest tragedy in East Jaiñtia Hills comes after the major coal mine tragedy that occurred at Khloo Ryngksan in the same district on December 13, 2018. 15 miners were got trapped inside the coal mine after water from Lyteiñ river near the mine gushed into the coal pit.

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Rat Hole Mining in Meghalaya - Civilsdaily

Rat-hole coal mining had sucked the life out of a village in Meghalaya's East Jaintia Hills district. Q.Despite a ban, rat-hole mining continues to prevail as an important practice in Meghalaya. What are the issues associated with it? Discuss. (150W) Rat Hole Mining.

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COAL MINING IMPACT ON LAND USE/LAND COVER IN JAINTIA

Mining of coal both surface and subsurface causes enormous damage to the flora, fauna, hydrological relations and soil biological properties of the systems. Destruction of forests during mining

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of statistic of population in coal mining jaintia hills

A study on environmental impact of coal mining in statistic of population in coal mining jaintia hillsthe growing population and coal mining is a major activity which has a number of detrimental deriving statistics of land use pattern of the area is shown,Statistic Of Population In Coal Mining Jaintia Hills.

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Coal Mining Has Been Reopened in India's Meghalaya, but

A crane lifts miners out of the shaft of a coal mine as workers break for lunch near the village of Latyrke near Lad Rymbai, in the district of East Jaintia Hills in Meghalaya, India, on April 13

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Meghalaya coal mining mishap: BJP demands Home Minister

The Meghalaya State BJP has demanded Lakmen Rymbui's resignation for allegedly failing to curb illegal coal mining in the State. The BJP has also demanded for an independent inquiry into the deaths of the 6 miners in a coal in Rymbai Elaka of East Jaintia Hills on January 22.

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Spatio-Temporal Impact Analysis of Coal Mining: A Remote

Spatio-Temporal Impact Analysis of Coal Mining: A Remote Sensing and GIS Based Study in Jaintia Hills of Meghalaya, India [Sarma, Kiranmay] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Spatio-Temporal Impact Analysis of Coal Mining: A Remote Sensing and GIS Based Study in Jaintia Hills of Meghalaya

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