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GOK royalty - Karnataka

2021-2-27  FY Major Minerals(Crs) Minor Minerals(Crs) 2012-13: 794.16: 691.32: 2013-14: 725.51: 748.98: 2014-15: 824.41: 1106.69: 2015-16: 811.12: 1192.67: 2016-17: 1047.32 ...

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Karnataka sees buoyancy in royalty from

2020-9-15  The Karnataka government has seen buoyancy in the collection of royalty from the sale of minerals during the first eight months of the current financial year. The state has raked in royalty ...

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GOK Mineral - Karnataka

2021-2-25  Present Rate of Royalty Royalty to be revised; Export: Domestic: 1: Ornamental and Decorative Building Stones as defined under clause(m) of Rule 2 : A: Dyke Rock (i) Black granites: (a)Chamarajanagar District: (BGC) 15% of Sale Value or of Average Selling Price on advalorem basis or Rs.4,500 per m3 which is higher. Rs.1,200 per MT: Rs.600 per MT

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Karnataka Minor Mineral Concession (Amendment)

Karnataka Minor Mineral Concession (Amendment) Rules, 2020. Karnataka Minor Mineral Concession (Amendment) Rules, 2020. ABOUT US. ... has been inserted which specifies that the lessee shall dispatch minor minerals along with Royalty Exempted Minerals

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KARNATAKA MINERAL POLICY 2008

2014-12-26  KARNATAKA MINERAL POLICY 2008 1. INTRODUCTION Minerals are important natural, finite and non-renewable valuable resources essential for mankind. “Minerals are the treasures of the State”, therefore, systematic, scientific and sustainable harnessing of mineral wealth should be the cornerstone of development objectives of the state.

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Revision of Royalty Rates of Minerals

Some of the mineral rich States like Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Odisha, Rajasthan have requested to enhance the rates of royalty for major minerals. The Government has set up a Study Group on revision of rates of royalty and dead rent for major minerals (other than coal. lignite and sand for stowing) on 13.9.2011.

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Revision of Royalty Rates of Minerals

As a result of the revised rates of royalty, the revenue from royalty from non-coal minerals to state governments (including the states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Jharkhand) is likely to increase from Rs. 9406.45 crore (at the year 2011-12 production level) to Rs. 13274.18 crore, an increase of 41%.

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Royalty - Mines

2015-2-21  ROYALTY 47 Annual Report 2009-2010 6 Royalty Legal Provisions 6.1 Under the provisions of Section 9(3) of the MMDR Act, 1957, the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, amend the Second Schedule, so as to enhance or reduce the rate at which royalty shall be payable in respect of any minerals with effect

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Rates of Royalty - IBM

2021-2-25  Note: The rates of royalty for the State of West Bengal in respect of the minerals except the mineral specified against item number 11 shall remain the same as specified in the notification of the Government of India in the Ministry of Steel and Mines (Department of Mines) number G.S.R. 458(E), dated the 5th May, 1987.

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17 feb Mineral Royalties 2011 - IBM- Indian Bureau of

2014-11-26  Chapter 7 deals with Royalty for minor minerals with royalty accrual for minor minerals during 2007-08 to 2009-10. The Chapter 8 namely “Administration of Royalty” deals with calculation, collection and execution of royalty. The “Dead Rent” on major and minor minerals is described in Chapter 9 with current rate of Dead Rent.

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royalty calculation for sand sales in karnataka - BINQ

17 feb Mineral Royalties 2011 – Indian Bureau of Mines. by IBM for the procedure for computation of sale prices for calculation of the royalty Karnataka and Chhattisgarh. The royalty sand chalk) 5% of the sale »More detailed

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Mineral royalty rates go up - Telegraph India

The chief ministers of mineral-rich states — Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Jharkhand, Karnataka and Rajasthan — had last year sought a similar revision from the UPA government. Royalty rates for minerals were increased in 2009 with ad-valorem taxes imposed on a host of minerals, including iron, coal, rock phosphate, bauxite and copper.

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Karnataka rakes in Rs 270 cr royalty from iron ore e ...

Read more about Karnataka rakes in Rs 270 cr royalty from iron ore e-auctions on Business Standard. Despite a halt on iron ore mining in Karnataka since July last year, the state government has earned a royalty revenue of Rs270 crore, about 62 per cent of the total royalty earnings in the last financial year. With two more months in the current

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Compilation of Royalty on Iron ore in different States

The relevant provisions of Royalty on minerals are administered under Rule 64 of Mineral Concession Rules (MCR) 1960 and further amended on 10th December 2009. Royalty rates can be changed by Govt of India once in a period of three years. GOI changed the royalty regime from flat rate to Ad Valorem basis vide it notification dated 17th Aug 2009.

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GST on Royalty paid for mining lease license from

In re Naren Rocks and Mines Private Limited (GST AAR Karnataka) I. Whether royalty payments in respect of quarrying /mining lease as per the MMDR Act read with the KMMC Rules would amount to supply of goods or service under the Central Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017 (CGST Act) and the Karnataka Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017 (KGST Act)?. The royalty paid in respect of Mining

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Rates of Royalty - IBM

2021-2-25  Note: The rates of royalty for the State of West Bengal in respect of the minerals except the mineral specified against item number 11 shall remain the same as specified in the notification of the Government of India in the Ministry of Steel and Mines (Department of Mines) number G.S.R. 458(E), dated the 5th May, 1987.

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Illegal mining of minor minerals in Karnataka:

The Indian Express has learnt that Karnataka’s commerce secretary told the Ministry of Mines about two months ago that while the state has “efficiently controlled” the illegal mining of major minerals, it is still facing “illegal mining related challenges” for minor minerals due to “inadequate workforce”.

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17 feb Mineral Royalties 2011 - IBM- Indian Bureau of

2014-11-26  royalty in India, the types of royalty in India and other countries, the present Indian scenario, royalty and dead rent for minor minerals as well as royalty and fixed rent for offshore area minerals. (C.S. Gundewar) Nagpur Controller General Dated: 7th January, 2011 Indian Bureau of Mines

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M/S. Mahadeva Minerals vs State Of Karnataka on 24

M/S. Mahadeva Minerals vs State Of Karnataka on 24 October, 2017. ... Provided further that when such Royalty and Average Additional Periodic payment is paid, then the payment by the lessee or holder of license to the District Mineral Foundation shall be as payable by the holders of lease or license through auction." 5. Learned Additional ...

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ಅಡಚಣೆಗಾಗಿ ವಿಷಾಧಿಸುತ್ತೇವೆ - Karnataka

https://karnataka.gov/dmg/english/Documents/rules%20and%20act/Draft%20Ammended%20Rules%20of%20KIMTS.pdf

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Karnataka Minor Mineral Concession News and

2020-9-14  Centre to set up panel to examine issues on royalty rates for major minerals 13 Jan, 2020, 11.44 AM IST The Centre has decided to set up an 11-member panel including mines secretaries from various states, to examine issues pertaining to the revision of rates of royalty for minerals.

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royalty calculation for sand sales in karnataka - BINQ

17 feb Mineral Royalties 2011 – Indian Bureau of Mines. by IBM for the procedure for computation of sale prices for calculation of the royalty Karnataka and Chhattisgarh. The royalty sand chalk) 5% of the sale »More detailed

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Mineral royalty rates go up - Telegraph India

The chief ministers of mineral-rich states — Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Jharkhand, Karnataka and Rajasthan — had last year sought a similar revision from the UPA government. Royalty rates for minerals were increased in 2009 with ad-valorem taxes imposed on a host of minerals, including iron, coal, rock phosphate, bauxite and copper.

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Karnataka rakes in Rs 270 cr royalty from iron ore e ...

Read more about Karnataka rakes in Rs 270 cr royalty from iron ore e-auctions on Business Standard. Despite a halt on iron ore mining in Karnataka since July last year, the state government has earned a royalty revenue of Rs270 crore, about 62 per cent of the total royalty earnings in the last financial year. With two more months in the current

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GST on Royalty paid for mining lease license from

In re Naren Rocks and Mines Private Limited (GST AAR Karnataka) I. Whether royalty payments in respect of quarrying /mining lease as per the MMDR Act read with the KMMC Rules would amount to supply of goods or service under the Central Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017 (CGST Act) and the Karnataka Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017 (KGST Act)?. The royalty paid in respect of Mining

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Karnataka: BGML may pave way for industries park,

Karnataka: BGML may pave way for industries park, MECL to explore for minerals Sandeep Moudgal / TNN / Updated: Aug 28, 2020, 20:29 IST Facebook Twitter Linkedin EMail

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Chapter-VI Mineral Receipts

2017-6-7  conservation and systematic development of minerals and for regulating grant of permits, licences and leases. Legislations for exploitation of minor minerals have been delegated to the States. Accordingly, Karnataka Minor Mineral Concession (KMMC) Rules, 1994 were framed by the State Government. 6.2 Internal audit

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Karnataka iron ore mines stuck with 6.5 million tonnes

2019-4-26  The largest buyer of iron ore in Karnataka reduced its procurement of iron ore from 19Mt in 2017-18 to 13 Mt in 2018-19. "A whopping impact of Rs 400 crore in lower revenues to the state in form of lower sales resulting in lower royalty payment by mines and Rs 2,215 crore for miners from this reduction in local procurement," say miners.

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17 feb Mineral Royalties 2011 - IBM- Indian Bureau of

2014-11-26  royalty in India, the types of royalty in India and other countries, the present Indian scenario, royalty and dead rent for minor minerals as well as royalty and fixed rent for offshore area minerals. (C.S. Gundewar) Nagpur Controller General Dated: 7th January, 2011 Indian Bureau of Mines

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Mineral royalty contract: Andhra Pradesh may adopt ...

2016-12-15  UDAIPUR: Owing to its ease and profitability, Andhra Pradesh is likely to adopt the Rajasthan model of royalty collection contract for minerals. A state

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