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Indian Supreme Court gives go ahead for Vedanta to reopen Tuticorin smelter

The Indian Supreme Court has allowed Vedanta Ltd. to reopen its Tuticorin copper smelter by declining to stay an order from the country's environmental court, Reuters reported Jan. 8, citing the company's lawyer.

India's Tamil Nadu state approached the Supreme Court to challenge an environmental court's decision to set aside the state government's ordered closure of the smelter.

The mining conglomerate's facility was ordered by the state to be permanently closed in May 2018, following violent protests that killed 13 people.