Chhattisgarh is the only tin producing State in India. Tin ore is known as cassiterite, which was reported in Dantewara district (Bastar district in formerly Madhya Pradesh) by the Directorate of Geology and Mining associated with the lepidolite bearing pegmatites. Cassiterite bearing pegmatites are reportedly rich in collumbite and tantalite, which are ore of rare metals niobium and tantalumLeave MessageOnline Service
Ministry of Mines has granted Prospecting Lease for Iron Ore over total area of 462.76 Hectares in the district of Dantewada of Chhattisgarh. As per the geological reports of GSI the assumed deposit over 462.76 Hectares is about 76 Million Tons, however it is anticipated andLeave MessageOnline Service
2016829&ensp·&enspIRON ORE MINES IN CHHATTISGARH . 1382. SHRI HUSAIN DALWAI: Will the Minister of STEEL be pleased to state: (a) the steps taken by Government toextract iron ore from Raoghat mines in Antagarh district of Chhattisgarh (b) what is the likely gain of revenue from extraction of iron ore from these minesLeave MessageOnline Service
2020107&ensp·&enspIndia's NMDC halts operations at key iron ore mine after state government order 12 Jun, 2020, 09.22 PM IST. NMDC chairman N. Baijendra Kumar said he was unsure why Chhattisgarh had instructed it to halt operations. The 6 million tonnes per annum Becheli mine is NMDC's largest, accounting for nearly 40% of its annual production capacity.Leave MessageOnline Service
2018713&ensp·&enspCoal Iron Ore Limestone Bauxite India's 697 192 313 25 CG 139 31 32 2 Share of CG in Mineral Production, 201617 (in MT) Source: Indian Mineral Yearbook 2013, CG DGM Website Source: Ministry of Mines, CG Data Chhattisgarhs contribution in mining sector in India is significantLeave MessageOnline Service
MINERAL DEPOSITS/OCCURRENCES Name of Mineral Iron Ore Iron ore deposits of Chhattisgarh are associated with the rocks that are world over known to contain highgrade ores (Hematite) i.e. Banded Iron Formation. These rocks are forming almost NorthSouth trending narrow, highly dissected and discontinuous hill ranges of about 370 km in length that are extending from Bailadilla to Rajhara inLeave MessageOnline Service
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