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India's critical minerals auctions falter on lack of interest

Self-sufficiency in minerals is hindered by low interest while coal demand surges

Pangong lake in ladakh, India - World highest salted lake Credit: Shutterstock /PabouV

Pangong lake in ladakh, India - World highest salted lake Credit: Shutterstock /PabouV

India's efforts to become self-sufficient in critical minerals have suffered a setback with the government delaying the selection process for preferred bidders by three months. This news comes after...

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