North Eastern Coalfields

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North Eastern Coalfields is a unit of Coal India Limited, which has its headquarters in Margherita in Assam. The unit came into existence in 1975 after nationalization of coal mines in India. It took over the private mines spread in North Eastern States of India and at present has mines operating in states of Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh. At present there are five working mines three underground and two opencast mines.[1][2][3][4][5]

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  1. ^ North Eastern Coalfields
  2. ^ [1] Development and environment: development of geoenergy resources By Zahid Husain, S. K. Barik, North-East India Council for Social Science Research,
  3. ^ [2] Industrial landscape of North-East India By Basanta Kumar Sarma
  4. ^ Very few people know about the Assam Coal (North Eastern Coalfiels)... Link: Indian newsmagazine, Volume 20, 1978
  5. ^ NORTH EASTERN COALFIELDS, COAL INDIA LIMITED