A decade of economic reforms in India: the mining sector
Introduction: The geological and metallurgical history of India is similar to mineral rich Australia, South Africa, South America, and Antarctica, all of which formed a continuous landmass before the breaking up of Gondwanaland. India contains minerals and resources. Some of them are known to be in abandon supply, while many are least known. At the current level of knowledge, India faces deficit in many minerals, particularly base metals and hydrocarbons. Considering the growing future needs...[Show more]
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