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    You can go to the simple charging, the shopkeeper made over the phone to charge vouchers that have a secret code that will scratch you and between the online service of charging.

    The mining sector of WA has seen a turnaround with the rise in the number of jobs following the plunge in commodity prices. With more than 25,000 jobs shed between August 2013 and June 2016, the industry is once again picking up and job ads are on the rise. “One of the leading mining companies of WA has increased their advertising by 4% as compared to last year. Job ads in mining sectors nationally have gone up by 11%,” informs Vaikundarajan, founder of VV Minerals India.

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    As the world moves towards a new horizon of technology and advancements, the businesses all around the world are reaping maximum benefit out of it by adopting new technologies to cut down on their costs.

    Underuse of Rare Earth Minerals

    As per industry reports, the rare earth industry in India is underused and lies wasted. The Indian Rare Earth Industry is worth Rs. 90,000 crore of annual turnover. As per estimates by Beach Minerals Producers Association, the industry can net a capital employment of about Rs 121,000 crore. The rare earths found in India are one of the most significant ones. Collectively called Beach Sand Minerals (BSM), they include Ilmenite, Sillimanite, Garnet, Zircon, Monazite and Rutile and amount for almost 35 per cent of the world’s total beach sand mineral deposits. "In 1998, they started freeing up the industry and in 2006, those minerals were taken off the prescribed substances list and for some reason, they have recently been put back on. So, the country has actually gone backwards. There is no justification," said Grant Smith, director-overseas operations at V. V. Minerals. "No one is getting the licences. It has been reserved specifically for PSUs through the DAE (department of atomic energy). So, at the moment, it is only the IndiaRare Earths and the Kerala operations." "There is a perception here in India that monazite is an atomic mineral. It is actually not. Monazite is just a mineral that contains thorium and very very small amounts of uranium. But the major constituent in monazite is rare earth," said Smith. "In today’s world, China controls over 95 per cent of the rare earth market. India is not realizing any potential. You have to separate the mineral monazite from its constituents. None of the other rare earths have any thorium in them. They are associated in the ore body but not in the actual mineral." C Swamydas, chief advisor for V V Minerals, said that proposals have been given to take on all the cost of setting up the plant, and even pay to let the atomic energy department put its own people process monazite. He added that, "We shall give the thorium (produced) to the government for free. They can store it for future use." Though there is so much potential and scope, the industry lacks clear policies for beach and sand mining. This results in unclear rules and misleading on allegations of illegal sand mining beach mining companies.

    In marriage, it is normal for couples to bicker about the smallest things. Sometimes, arguments can get so intense that they lose control over the situation and often end up letting their emotions get the best of them.

    In a bid to curb illegal mining activities, the Union Minister of State for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy and Mines has launched the Mining Surveillance System in New Delhi. “The technology is developed by Ministry of Mines in coordination with Indian Bureau of Mines and Bhaskaracharya Institute of Space Applications and Geo-informatics (BISAG), Gandhinagar and Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY),” informs Vaikundarajan, founder of VV Minerals India, sand beach mining company.

    Water supply to be explained in beginner's terms is the provision of water by public utilities, viable organizations, community activities or by individuals, usually via a system of pumps and pipes. Irrigation is covered separately. Mr. Arun Lakhani had a vision for Vishvaraj Infrastructure Limited (VIL India) as he considered Water Supply is a project that needs to be worked on and developed for a billion+ people in India. At VIL we see ourselves as social entrepreneurs since Water, Waste Water and Transport; the sectors in which we have built our reputation are closely interwoven with the lives of people. As business, apart from value creation for share holders they also impact happiness quotient of the people, thus offering enormous satisfaction to us for our life transforming work. The rapidly urbanizing Indian population is expected to reach a figure close to 600 million urban people by 2031. This massive transition is creating serious challenges for urban planners and ULBs especially that of ensuring quality water supply to these citizens. Indian cities have for long lived with intermittent water supply systems riddled with a variety of problems ranging from high levels of NRW to contamination issues.

    Chairman & MD of Vishvaraj Infrastructure Limited, Mr. Arun Lakhani addresses the audience at the the 4th Annual Conference on Sewage And Wastewater Treatment by India Infrastructure. This conference happened on April 26-27, 2016 at the Le Meridien, New Delhi. The focus of the conference was to analyse trends & developments in India’s sewerage system, discuss the new government programmes, highlight opportunities and challenges. The conference also showcased successful projects, technologies and best practices. Here’s what he has to say. According to Mr. Arun Lakhani there is an urgency to have an influx of drinking water. Like today in Maharashtra we see a truck load of water is being sent for drinking purposes. Section 144 needs to be implemented to protect the water tankers from people. This situation needs to be introspected and we need to understand why we are faced with these water problems. India fortunately has an abundance of natural resources. We have more than 100 billion cubic meter of usable water. Maybe it’s distributed unevenly across our geography, considering we are a large country. So, we may have larger rainfall in some countries and scarcity in other areas. But still we are not a country which should reach to a situation where we have to have our society live by train load of water. We have gone wrong somewhere and we need to rectify this situation and particularly looking at sewage as a resource for water and not just as waste water that we need to treat. When we were at the time of independence we were a 37% crore now we are 120 crore. We were pre – dominantly agricultural economy now we are industry and service industry economy. We were pre – dominantly rural but we are now 37% urban and growing fast. Due to this situation in our society, we are pumping out 38,000 million liters per day of sewage untreated into nature. 21% of diseases are water borne. All the lakes, river (surface water) etc are polluted. The down streams of the large cities particularly, if you see the water treatment plant intake parameter. They almost resemble sewage water parameters. If we make a rule all the towns will lift water from their downstream and not upstream then we’ll realize what we are doing to nature, our society and our country. I strongly believe we need a sustainable urban water management. Distribution 24x7 water supply, pressurized water systems give a way to healthy and safe water to the citizens. For instance in Nagpur 24x7 we are doing this whole cycle. Source, treatment, distribution and sewage are important. Sewage treatment even in the towns it can be lifted from the open nallas and not allow it to just got through and go to the rivers, or the lakes or nature. Till be become very robust as an economy we will have to create a source of revenue for this sewage treatment within the cycle of urban water management. If we have rules that sewage treated water will be given priority by thermal power stations, by industry, by gardening, etc we will be able to generate revenue out of this water. We need to start working sewage water treatment in our nation for a more sustainable living.

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