By Ajoy K Das

KOLKATA, INDIA—The Indian government will bring in amendments to federal laws to resume iron ore mining operations in the western coastal state of Goa, closed down since March on court orders.

Government officials said federal laws like the Mines Mineral Development and Regulation Act (MMDRA) 2015 would be amended along with a host of state laws so that Supreme Court order closing down iron ore mines in Goa could be legally circumvented and mines resume operations within the current fiscal year.
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