News Topic:Illegal Mining

Crackdown on Illegal Mining: Four vehicles seized in south Kashmir’s Tral

Authorities on Thursday seized four vehicles in south Kashmir’s Tral area after being found involved in illegal mining.

Authorities in Pulwama crackdown on illegal mining

In a bid to tackle the issue of illegal mining, authorities in Pulwama have taken decisive action, seizing several vehicles and impounding a mechanized boat.

Illegal mineral extraction continues in Karimabad Pulwama

The residents of south Kashmir’s Karimabad village in Pulwama district on Thursday alleged that the illegal mineral extraction goes unabated in Nallah Romshi.

Authorities in Pulwama crack whip on illegal mining

Intensifying its efforts to crack the whip on illegal mining of minerals, Geology & Mining Department continues to lay Nakas in several areas of the Pulwama district.

Geology & Mining Department disappoints people in south Kashmir

Geology & Mining Department has miserably failed to check unabated extraction of sand, soil and other minerals in south Kashmir.

Ban imposed on illegal extraction of river bed material in Pulwama

SRINAGAR — The Additional Deputy Commissioner Pulwama, Choudhary Mohammad Yasin has ordered a blanket ban on illegal extraction and unlawful mining of all sorts...

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