Time of India News is wrong

Our association send one clarification letter to Times of India for the wrong news publish by them. This is for the information of our members. ********** ———- Forwarded message ——— From: Pauldurai Perumal <president@beachminerals.org> Date: Tue, Feb 26, 2019 at 10:04 AM Subject: Objection to your article “Private Firms jolted by Beach Sand Mining Ban” To: <grievance.toi@timesinternet.in>, […]

Objection to the false news written by Sandhya Ravishankar

As usual the paid News reporter Sandhya Ravishankar published one Article with ulterior motive. From our Association, we registered our objection to the media which is given below for our members information.   From: Pauldurai Perumal <president@beachminerals.org>Date: Fri, May 11, 2018 at 1:51 PMSubject: Objection to Sandhya Ravishankar Article published in your media on 10.5.2018To: legal@huffingtonpost.in Dear Sir, […]

Our objection mail send to Mongabay digital media about beach mineral industry

——— Forwarded message ———-From: Pauldurai Perumal <president@beachminerals.org>Date: Sat, Feb 10, 2018 at 12:10 PMSubject: Objection to your article “Demand for sand leads to global ecological crisis” published on 8.2.18To: mongabay@mongabay.com, maria@mongabay.com, editor@mongabay.comSir,             This has reference to your article “Demand for sand leads to global ecological crisis” in your official website on 8th Feb 2018. We register our […]

Copy of mail send to Ecologist for one adverse news published about Tamilnadu Beach Mineral Mining

From: Pauldurai Perumal <president@beachminerals.org>Date: Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 10:41 AMSubject: Objection to your Article on 08.2.18 as “They stole the beach’ – the major mafia that almost nobody wants to talk about”To: michael@emsm.org.uk, editor@theecologist.org, accounts@resurgence.org, members@resurgence.orgSirs,             This has reference to your article on 08.02.2018 as “They stole the beach’ – the major mafia that almost nobody […]

Our objection mail to New Indian Express Article “Greed for atomic minerals to leave Tamilnadu in peril”

From: Pauldurai Perumal <president@beachminerals.org> Date: Sat, Oct 14, 2017 at 8:26 AM Subject: Objection to your article “Greed for atomic minerals to leave Tamilnadu in peril” To: writetous@newindianexpress.com, feedback@expressindia.com, rvsm@newindianexpress.com, jayshree@newindianexpress.com To   The Editor, New Indian Express, Chennai Sir,   This has the reference to the article in your paper under the heading “Greed for atomic minerals to leave Tamilnadu […]

Our objection to EJatlas and their reply

From: Joan Martinezalier Date: Mon, Apr 17, 2017 at 1:46 PM Subject: from the EJAtlas, “Sand mining in Tamil Nadu” To: president@beachminerals.org, EJOLT Project <ejoltmap@gmail.com> Thank you for your message and for the information regarding this case. We have withdrawn the case on Sand mining in Tamil Nadu from the EJAtlas, in order to rewrite […]

Deccan Chronicle published one News about the sea erosion in Kanyakumari District very close IRE Ltd mining lease area which operate without CRZ Clearance. This will affect our members. Hence a clarification letter was send to Deccan Chronicle informing that, there is no sea erosion. Hence there is no sea wall in any of the private mining lease area or surrounding area. The above clarification send Deccan Chronicle is published below for our members and General public information.

To The Editor, Deccan Chronicle News Paper SP-3, Developed Plot, Industrial Estate, Guindy, Chennai – 600 032 Sir, This has reference to the news item published in 17.06.2016, Deccan Chronical, Chennai Edition 2nd page under the Heading of “Four TN Beaches make Dirtiest Stretch”   In this connection, I want to bring the following facts to […]

Our objection to Frontline News published on 24th July 2015 Edition

Our  Beach Mineral Producers Association send the below mentioned objection letter to the news published in Frontline as “The Mother of All Loot” and “Life is not a Beach” print edition dated 24th July 2015 by Ilangovan Rajasekaran.  We hope they may publish the same in their magazine. ********* Date : 10.07.2015 To The Editor, Frontline […]

Allowing private sector to mine monazite would boost India REEs

MUMBAI (Metal-Pages) 5-May-15.  India needs to rope in private miners to mine and process monazite if it wants to increase its rare earth production, the Beach Minerals Producers Association (BMPA) said. Although India has large resources of rare earth-bearing mineral monazite, the country has not been able to exploit these resources found along its coastal […]