The Quint: Coal Country: Two Years After a Ban, Mining Persists in Meghalaya DNP





The Quint: Coal Country: Two Years After a Ban, Mining Persists in Meghalaya DNP



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About: The Quint: Coal Country: Two Years After a Ban, Mining Persists in Meghalaya DNP


Environmental concerns as well as people's life are at risk,many people have died.
Well people let me tell u dis one truth and fact..keep on croaking.."coal mining s harming the envt, coalmining s harming d environment . Bla bla bla....
According to my personal experience ,I feel n I saw 3 years back when d coal mine business s feely allow...I cud still see lots of greenery surrounded us all. The temperature s not so high s burning, Butttt since the time they banned it. .people have no choice no option...as we all know the holds n areas of Meghalaya is covered by pine trees ryt? ..now they are clearing off those pine for sale, ..just to earn something for a living ...lots of forests are cleared, lots of trees are disappeared, The amazing scenery dat we used to view before S now like a naked girls.temperature s unbearable ......in summer in some areas.,the trees dat a person Neva really have in his thoughts to cleared it he S now doing it..So tell me now s it the coal mining or its banning dat harm the envt.
For d man dat coal mine banned has no effect in his life,ders he speak english and dis shows dat he s educated ,therefore ders no doubt dat he live on goverment services...but think about the uneducated one..having no option of jobs beside coal business..( farming as optional >> neither d soil s too productive ’nor the big plot of fielf available for d commercial farming, agriculture facilities are still lacking behind,) how r they gonna support the education of their children .,d illeterate linage of gonna past to their child without educTional support ders no doubt..if it goes like dis.den i can guarantee the government or others din really care for the development..its all corruption n jealousy,.....if the government really care about the safety of the generation n envt den y dont they introduce a technology of mining to the people where they can earn n save the envt as well...various countries are also enact with the mining ders no harm for them, indeed they are living a wonderful life, their society develop, their child get proper education, strong finacial ,etc with the support and technology provided to them,.instead of banning their life..."The person who s under d restriction only understand d pain n trouble,somtime they cud even see dead approaching them. U people wun understand
Tip ka bha ko mo, te sih ko mo ia ki myn ried lada khang mo iong
Bnse ka kam
Lymbong pho ksaw
But you live now a day by coal business ryt..dnt act like you live ur life by govt job


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.