Sunday, December 29, 2013

THE COAL MINES (NATIONALISATION) ACT, 1973

An Act to provide for the acquisition and transfer of the right, title and interest of the owners in respect of the coal mines specified in the Schedule with a view to re-organising and reconstructing such coal mines so as to ensure the rational, co-ordinated and scientific development and utilisation of coal resources consistent with the growing requirements of the country, in order that the ownership and control of such resources are vested in the State and thereby so distributed as best to subserve the common good, and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
CHAPTER IPRELIMINARY

1.Short title and commencement
1. Short title and commencement. (1) This Act may be called the
Coal Mines (Nationalisation) Act, 1973.(2) The provisions of sections 30 and 31 shall come into force at once and the remaining provisions of this Act shall be deemed to have come into force on the 1st day of May, 1973.1A.
Declaration as to expediency of Union control.
1*[1A. Declaration as to expediency of Union control. (1) It is hereby declared that it is expedient in the public interest that the
Union should take under its control the regulation and development of coal mines to the extent hereinafter provided in sub-sections (3) and
(4) of section 3 and sub-section (2) of section 30.
(2) The declaration contained in sub-section (1) is in addition to, and not in derogation, of the declaration contained in section 2.of the Mines and Minerals (Regulation and Development) Act, 1957 (67.of 1957).]
2.Definitions.
2. Definitions. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,–
(a) “appointed day” means the 1st day of May, 1973;
(b) “coal mine” means a mine in which there exists one or more seams of coal;
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1 Ins. by Act 67 of 1976, s. 2 (w.e.f. 29-4-1976).
332.(c) “company” means a company as defined in section 3 of the
Companies Act, 1956 (1 of 1956), and includes a foreign company within the meaning of section 591 of that Act;
(d) “Commissioner” means the Commissioner of Payments appointed under section 17;
(e) “Custodian” means the Custodian appointed under sub-
section (2) of section 11, to take over, or carry on, the management of a coal mine;
(f) “Government company” has the meaning assigned to it by section 617 of the Companies Act, 1956 (1 of 1956)
(g) “managing contractor” means the person, or body of persons, who, with the previous consent, in writing, of the State Government, has entered into an arrangement, contract or understanding, with the owner of a coal mine under which the operations of the coal mine are substantially controlled by such person or body of persons;
(h) “mine” means any excavation where any operation for the purpose of searching for or obtaining minerals has been or is being carried on, and includes–
(i) all borings and bore holes;
(ii) all shafts, whether in the course of being sunk or not;
(iii) all levels and inclined planes in the course of being driven;
(iv) all open cast workings;
(v) all conveyors or aerial ropeways provided for bringing into or removal from a mine of minerals or other articles or for the removal of refuse therefrom;
(vi) all lands, buildings, works, adits, levels, planes, machinery and equipments, instruments, stores, vehicles, railways, tramways and sidings in, or adjacent to, a mine and used for the purposes of the mine;
(vii) all workshops (including buildings, machinery, instruments, stores, equipment of such workshops and the lands on which such workshops stand)
in, or adjacent to, a mine and used substantially for the purposes of the mine or a number of mines under the same management;
(viii) all coal belonging to the owner of the mine, whether in stock or in transit, and all coal under production in a mine;
333.(ix) all power stations in a mine or operated primarily for supplying electricity for the purpose of working the mine or a number of mines under the same management;
(x) all lands, buildings and equipments belonging to the owner of the mine, and in, adjacent to or situated on the surface of, the mine where the washing of coal obtained from the mine or manufacture, therefrom, of coke is carried on;
(xi) all lands and buildings [other than those referred to in sub-clause (x)], wherever situated, if solely used for the location of the management, sale or liaison offices, or for the residence of officers and staff, of the mine;
1*[(xii) all other fixed assets, movable and immovable, belonging to the owner of a mine, wherever situated, and current assets, belonging to a mine, whether within its premises or outside.
Explanation.--The expression "current assets" does not include,--
(a) dues representing the sale of coal and coal products effected at any time before the appointed day and outstanding immediately before the said day;
(b) dues from the Coal Board, established under section 4 of the Coal Mines (Conservation, Safety and
Development) Act, 1952 (12 of 1952), prior to the repeal of the said Act, with respect to any period before the appointed day;
(c) dues from sundry debtors, loans and advances to other parties and investments, not being investments in the coal mine;
(d) security deposits made by the owners with the
Coal Controller appointed by the Central Government or with the Railways for the fulfilment of contracts or with a State Electricity Board for the payment of bills;
(e) earnest money deposited by the owners with the
Railways for obtaining contracts;]
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1 Subs. by Act 22 of 1978, s. 10, for the original sub-clause
(w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
334.(i) “Mineral Concession Rules” means the rules, for the time being in force, made under the Mines and Minerals
(Regulation and Development) Act, 1957 (67 of 1957)
(j) “mining company” means a company owning a coal mine, and in relation to a foreign company within the meaning of section 591 of the Companies Act, 1956 (1 of 1956), the undertaking of that company in India;
(k) “notification” means a notification published in the
Official Gazette;
(l) “prescribed” means prescribed by rules made under this
Act;
(m) “specified date” means such date 1* as the Central
Government may, for the purpose of any provision of this Act by notification, specify; and different dates may be specified for different provisions of this Act;
(n) words and expressions used herein and not defined but defined in the Coal Mines (Conservation, Safety and
Development) Act, 1952 (12 of 1952), have the meanings, respectively, assigned to them in that Act;
(o) words and expressions used herein and not defined in this Act or in the Coal Mines (Conservation, Safety and
Development) Act, 1952 (12 of 1952), but defined in the Mines Act, 1952 (35 of 1952), have the meanings, respectively, assigned to them in the Mines Act, 1952.
CHAPTER IIACQUISITION OF THE RIGHTS OF OWNERS OF COAL MINES

3. Acquisition of rights of owners in respect of coal mines. (1)
On the appointed day, the right, title and interest of the owners in relation to the coal mines specified in the Schedule shall stand transferred to, and shall vest absolutely in the Central Government free from all incumbrances.
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1*The specified date for the purpose of the different provisions of the Act is as indicated below:–
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Provision of the Act Specified date Gazette reference
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Sub-section (3) of section 14 16-6-1973 G.S.R. 312 (E), dated 12-6-1973.Section 16 31-12-1973 -do-
Sub-section (3) of section 19 30-11-1974 G.S.R. 282 (E), dated 26-6-1974.Sub-section (4) of section 30-11-1974 -do-
19 and the proviso thereto.
335.1* * * * *
2*[(3) On and from the commencement of section 3 of the Coal
Mines (Nationalisation) Amendment Act, 1976 (67 of 1976),--
(a) no person, other than--
(i) the Central Government or a Government, company or a corporation owned, managed or controlled by the Central Government, or
(ii) a person to whom a sub-lease, referred to in the proviso to clause (c), has been granted by any such
Government, company or corporation, or
3*[(iii) a company engaged in--
(1) the production of iron and steel,
(2) generation of power,
(3) washing of coal obtained from a mine, or
(4) such other end use as the Central
Government may, by notification, specify,]
shall carry on coal mining operation, in India, in any form;
(b) excepting the mining leases granted before such commencement in favour of the Government, company or corporation, referred to in clause (a), and any sub-
lease granted by any such Government, company or corporation, all other mining leases and sub-leases in force immediately before such commencement, shall, in so far as they relate to the winning or mining of coal, stand terminated;
(c) no lease for winning or mining coal shall be granted in favour of any person other than the Government, company or corporation, referred to in clause (a):
Provided that the Government, company or corporation to whom a lease for winning or mining coal has been granted may grant a sub-lease to any person in any area on such terms and conditions as may be specified in the instrument granting the sub-lease, if the Government, company or corporation is satisfied that–
(i) the reserves of coal in the area are in isolated small pockets or are not sufficient for scientific and economical development in a co-ordinated and integrated manner, and
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1 Omitted by Act 57 of 1986, s. 11 (w.e.f. 1-6-1973).
2 Ins. by Act 67 of 1976, s. 3 (w.e.f. 29-4-1976).
3 Subs. by Act 47 of 1993, s. 2.336.(ii) the coal produced by the sub-lessee will not be required to be transported by rail.
(4) Where a mining lease stands terminated under sub-section (3), it shall be lawful for the Central Government or a Government, company or corporation owned or controlled by the Central Government to obtain, 1*xxx a prospecting licence or a mining lease in respect of the whole or part of the land covered by the mining lease which stands so terminated.]
2*[(5) If, after the appointed day, the Central Government is satisfied, whether from any information received by it or otherwise, that there has been any error, omission or misdescription in relation to the particulars of a coal mine included in the Schedule or the name and address of the owner of any such coal mine, it may, by notification, correct such error, omission or misdescription and on the issue of such notification, the relevant entries in the Schedule shall be, and shall be deemed always to have been, corrected accordingly:
Provided that no such correction in relation to the ownership of a coal mine shall be made where such ownership is in dispute.]
4.Central Government to be the lessee of the State Government.
4. Central Government to be the lessee of the State Government.
(1) Where the rights of an owner under any mining lease granted, or deemed to have been granted, in relation to a coal mine, by a State
Government or any other person, vest in the Central Government under section 3, the Central Government shall, on and from the date of such vesting, be deemed to have become the lessee of the State Government or such other person, as the case may be, in relation to such coal mine 3*[as if a fresh mining lease] in relation to such coal mine had been granted to the Central Government and the period of such lease shall be 3*[the maximum period] for which such lease could have been granted by the State Government or such other person under the Mineral
Concession Rules, and thereupon all the rights under such mining lease, including surface, underground and other rights granted to the lessee shall be deemed to have been transferred to, and vested in, the
Central Government.
(2) On the expiry of the term of any lease, referred to in sub-
section (1), such lease shall, if so desired by the Central
Government, be renewed, 4*xxx by the lessor, for the maximum period for which such lease can be renewed under the Mineral Concession
Rules.
5.Power of Central Government to direct vesting of rights in aGovernment company.
5. Power of Central Government to direct vesting of rights in a
Government company. (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in sections
3 and 4, the Central Government may, if it is satisfied that a
Government company is willing to comply, or has complied, with such terms and conditions as that Government may think fit to impose, direct, by an order in writing, that the right, title and interest of an owner in relation to a coal mine referred to in section 3, shall, instead of continuing to vest in the Central Government, vest in the
Government company either on the date of publication of the direction or on such earlier or later date (not being a date earlier than the appointed day), as may be specified in the direction.
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1 Omitted by Act 57 of 1986, s. 11 (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
2 Ins. by s. 11, ibid. (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
3 Subs. by s. 12, ibid (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
4 Omitted by s. 12, ibid. (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
337.(2) Where the right, title and interest of an owner in relation to a coal mine vest in a Government company under sub-section (1), the
Government company shall, on and from the date of such vesting, be deemed to have become the lessee in relation to such coal mine as if a mining lease in relation to the coal mine had been granted to the
Government company and the period of such lease shall be the entire period for which such lease could have been granted under the Mineral
Concession Rules; and all the rights and liabilities of the Central
Government in relation to such coal mine shall, on and from the date of such vesting, be deemed to have become the rights and liabilities, respectively, of the Government company.
(3) The provisions of sub-section (2) of section 4 shall apply to a lease which vests in a Government company as they apply to a lease vested in the Central Government and references therein to the
“Central Government” shall be construed as references to the
Government company.
6.Properties vested in the Central Government to be freed frommortgages, etc.
6. Properties vested in the Central Government to be freed from mortgages, etc. (1) All property which vests in the Central Government or in a Government company under this Chapter shall, by force of such vesting, be freed and discharged from any trust, obligation, mortgage, charge, lien and all other incumbrances affecting it and any attachment, injunction or decree or order of any court restricting the use of such property in any manner shall be deemed to have been withdrawn.
(2) Every mortgagee of any property which has vested under this
Act in the Central Government or a Government company, and every person holding any charge, lien or other interest in or in relation to any such property shall give, within such time and in such manner as may be prescribed, an intimation to the Commissioner of such mortgage, charge, lien or other interest.
(3) For the removal of doubts, it is hereby declared that the mortgagee of any property referred to in sub-section (1) or any other person holding any charge, lien or other interest in, or in relation to any, such property shall be entitled to claim, in accordance with his rights and interests, payment of the mortgage money or other dues, in whole or in part, out of the amount specified in relation to such property in the Schedule, but no such mortgage, charge, lien or other interest shall be enforceable against any property which has vested in the Central Government or the Government company.
338.7.Central Government or Government company not to be liable for priorliabilites.
7. Central Government or Government company not to be liable for prior liabilites. (1) Every liability of the owner, agent, manager or managing contractor of a coal mine, in respect of any period prior to the appointed day, shall be the liability of such owner, agent, manager or managing contractor, as the case may be, and shall be enforceable against him and not against the Central Government or the
Government company.
(2) For the removal of doubts, it is hereby declared that–
(a) save as otherwise provided elsewhere in this Act, no claim for wages, bonus, royalty, rate, rent, taxes, provident fund, pension, gratuity or any other dues in relation to a coal mine in respect of any period prior to the appointed day, shall be enforceable against the
Central Government or the Government company;
(b) no award, decree or order of any court, tribunal or other authority in relation to any coal mine passed after the appointed day, but in relation to any matter, claim or dispute which arose before that day, shall be enforceable against the Central Government or the
Government company;
(c) no liability for the contravention, before the appointed day, of any provision of law for the time being in force, shall be enforceable against the Central
Government or the Government company.
CHAPTER IIIPAYMENT OF AMOUNT

8. Payment of amount to owners of coal mines. 1*[(1)] The owner of every coal mine or group of coal mines specified in the second column of the Schedule, shall be given by the Central Government, in cash and in the manner specified in Chapter VI, for the vesting in it, under section 3, of the right, title and interest of the owner in relation to such coal mine or group of coal mines, an amount equal to the amount specified against it in the corresponding entry in the fifth column of the Schedule.
2*[(2) For the removal of doubts, it is hereby declared that the amount specified in the fifth column of the Schedule against any coal mine or group of coal mines specified in the second column of the said
Schedule and required to be given by the Central Government to its owner under sub-section (1) shall be deemed to include, and deemed always to have included, the amount required to be paid to such owner in respect of all coal in stock or other assets referred to in clause
(h) of section 2 on the date immediately before the appointed day and no further amount shall be payable to the owner in respect of such coal or other assets.]
9.Payment of further amount.
9. Payment of further amount. (1) In consideration of the retrospective operation of the provisions of sections 3, 4 and 5, there shall be given by the Central Government, in cash, to the owner of every coal mine or group of coal mines specified in the Schedule, an amount equal to the amount which would have been, but for the provisions of the said sections 3,
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1 Renumbered by Act 57 of 1986, s. 13 (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
2 Ins. by s. 13, ibid. (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
339.4 and 5, payable to such owner under the Coal Mines (Taking Over of
Management) Act, 1973 (15 of 1973), for the period commencing on the
1st day of May, 1973, and ending on the date on which this Act receives the assent of the President.
(2) In addition to the amount referred to in sub-section (1), there shall be given by the Central Government, in cash, to the owner of every coal mine or group of coal mines specified in the Schedule, simple interest at the rate of four per cent. per annum on the amount specified against such owner in the corresponding entry in the fifth column of the Schedule for the period commencing on the date on which this Act receives the assent of the President and ending on the date on which payment of such amount is made by the Central Government to the Commissioner.
(3) The amounts referred to in sub-section (1) and sub-section
(2) shall be in addition to the amount specified in the Schedule.
10.Income derived by the owners of coal mines after the appointed day tobe refunded to the Central Government.
10. Income derived by the owners of coal mines after the appointed day to be refunded to the Central Government. (1) Where, in pursuance of any decree, order or injunction of a court or otherwise, the Central Government or the Custodian appointed under the Coal Mines
(Taking Over of Management) Act, 1973 (15 of 1973), was prevented from taking over the management of any coal mine, the owner of such coal mine shall render, within sixty days from the date on which management of the coal mine is delivered to the Central Government or
Government company, as the case may be, accounts in relation to the period commencing on the date of commencement of the said Act and ending on the date of delivery of such management to the Central
Government or the Government company, as the case may be, with regard to the–
(a) assets and stores of the coal mine acquired or sold by him during the said period;
(b) coal sold or despatched during the said period;
(c) income derived by him from the coal mine during the said period.
(2) If, on examination of the accounts referred to in sub-section
(1), any income is found to have been derived by the owner from the coal mine during the period referred to in that sub-section, such income shall be recoverable by the Central Government from the amount payable under section 8 to the owner of such coal mine, and, the debt due to the Central Government on this account shall rank as an unsecured debt.
(3) If no account is rendered by the owner of a coal mine within the period referred to in sub-section (1) or if the Central Government or the Government company has any reason to believe that the
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account rendered by such owner is incorrect or false in material particulars, the Central Government or the Government company may refer the matter to the Commissioner and thereupon the Commissioner shall determine the income derived by the owner from the coal mine during the period referred to in sub-section (1), and take steps to recover the said income from the amount payable to the owner of the coal mine under section 8, as if the debt due to the Central
Government on this account were an unsecured debt.
(4) No mortgage, charge, lien or other incumbrance in relation to a coal mine or any asset thereof shall be binding on the Central
Government or the Government company if such mortgage, charge, lien or other incumbrance was created, at any time during the period in which the Central Government or the Custodian was prevented, by any decree, order or injunction of a court or otherwise, from taking over the management of the said coal mine.
CHAPTER IVMANAGEMENT, ETC., OF COAL MINES

11. Management, etc., of coal mines. (1) The general superintendence, direction, control and management of the affairs and business of a coal mine, the right, title and interest of an owner in relation to which have vested in the Central Government under section
3, shall,–

(a) in the case of a coal mine in relation to which a direction has been made by the Central Government under sub-section (1) of section 5, vest in the Government company specified in such direction, or
(b) in the case of a coal mine in relation to which no such direction has been made by the Central Government, vest in one or more Custodians appointed by the Central
Government under sub-section (2),
and thereupon the Government company so specified or the Custodian so appointed, as the case may be, shall be entitled to exercise all such powers and do all such things as the owner of the coal mine is authorised to exercise and do.
(2) The Central Government may appoint an individual or a
Government company as the Custodian of a coal mine in relation to which no direction has been made by it under sub-section (1) of section 5.341.12.Duty of persons in charge of management of coal mines to deliver allassets, etc.
12. Duty of persons in charge of management of coal mines to deliver all assets, etc. (1) On the vesting of the management of a coal mine in a Government company or on the appointment of a
Custodian, all persons in charge of the management of such coal mine immediately before such vesting or appointment, shall be bound to deliver to the Government company or the Custodian, as the case may be, all assets, books of account, registers or other documents in their custody relating to the coal mine.
(2) The Central Government may issue such directions as it may deem desirable in the circumstances of the case to the Government company or Custodian as to its or his powers and duties and the
Government company or Custodian may also, if it or he so desires, apply to the Central Government at any time for instructions as to the manner in which the management of the coal mine shall be conducted by it or him or in relation to any other matter arising in the course of such management.
(3) The Custodian shall receive from the funds of the coal mine, in relation to which he or it is the Custodian, such remuneration as the Central Government may fix and shall hold office during the pleasure of the Central Government.
13.Accounts and audit.
13. Accounts and audit. The Custodian of every coal mine shall maintain the accounts of such mine in such manner and under such conditions as may be prescribed.
CHAPTER VPROVISIONS RELATING TO EMPLOYEES OF COAL MINES

1*[14. Liability of officer or other employee of a coal mine for transfer to any other coal mine. Notwithstanding anything contained in the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 (14 of 1947), or in any other law for the time being in force, the services of any officer or other employee employed in a coal mine shall be liable to be transferred to any other coal mine and such transfer shall not entitle such officer or other employee to any compensation under this Act or any other law for the time being in force and no such claim shall be entertained by any court, tribunal or other authority.]
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1 Subs. by Act 57 of 1986, s. 14 (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
342.15.Provident and other funds.
15. Provident and other funds. (1) Where a coal mine has established a provident fund, superannuation, welfare or other fund for the benefit of its employees, the monies relatable to the employees, whose services have become transferred by or under this Act to the Central Government or a Government company shall, out of the monies standing, on the appointed day, to the credit of such provident fund, superannuation, welfare or other fund, stand transferred to, and vest in, the Central Government or the Government company, as the case may be.
(2) The monies which stand transferred, under sub-section (1), to the Central Government or a Government company shall be dealt
343.with by that Government or company, as the case may be, in such manner as may be prescribed.
16.Superannuation fund, etc., to be distributed to employees whoseemployment becomes terminated under this Act.
16. Superannuation fund, etc., to be distributed to employees whose employment becomes terminated under this Act. Where the employment of an employee stands terminated by reason of sub-section
(3) of section 14 and such employee is not employed by the owner of the coal mine in any of his other establishments, such owner shall pay to such employee the amount standing at his credit in the provident fund and also pay him the amounts due to him as superannuation, welfare and other benefits admissible to him as if the employee had superannuated or his service with the coal mine had terminated on the day immediately preceding the specified date.
CHAPTER VICOMMISSIONER OF PAYMENTS

17. Commissioner of Payments to be appointed. (1) For the purpose of disbursing the amounts payable to the owner of each coal mine or group of coal mines, the Central Government shall appoint such person as it may think fit to be the Commissioner of Payments.
(2) The Central Government may appoint such other persons as it may think fit to assist the Commissioner and thereupon the
Commissioner may authorise one or more of such persons to also exercise all or any of the powers exercisable by him under this Act, and different persons may be authorised to exercise different powers.
(3) Any person authorised by the Commissioner to exercise any powers may exercise those powers in the same manner and with the same effect as if they have been conferred on that person directly by this
Act and not by way of authorisation.
(4) The salaries and allowances of the Commissioner and other persons appointed under this section shall be defrayed out of the
Consolidated Fund of India.
18.Payment by the Central Government to the Commissioner.
18. Payment by the Central Government to the Commissioner. (1)
The Central Government shall, within thirty days from the specified date, pay, in cash, to the Commissioner for payment to the owner of a coal mine, an amount equal to the amount specified against the coal mine in the Schedule and shall also pay to the Commissioner such sums as may be due to the owner of a coal mine under section 9.344.(2) In addition to the sum referred to in sub-section (1), the
Central Government shall pay, in cash, to the Commissioner, such amount as may become due to the owner of a coal mine in relation to
1*[the period] during which the management of the coal mine remains vested in the Central Government 2*[, and simple interest at the rate of four per cent. per annum on such amount for the period commencing on the 1st day of July, 1975 and ending on the date of payment of such amount to the Commissioner].
(3) A deposit account shall be opened by the Central Government, in favour of the Commissioner, in the Public Account of India, and every amount paid under this Act to the Commissioner shall be deposited by him to the credit of the said deposit account in the
Public Account of India, and thereafter the said deposit account shall be operated by the Commissioner.
(4) Separate records shall be maintained by the Commissioner in respect of each coal mine in relation to which payments have been made to him under this Act.
(5) Interest accruing on the amounts standing to the credit of the deposit account referred to in sub-section (3) shall ensure to the benefit of the owners of coal mines 2*[and shall also be payable to the Commissioner in addition to the sum referred to in sub-section
(1)].
(6) References in this section to the owner of a coal mine shall, in relation to a group of coal mines specified in the Schedule, be construed as references to the owner of that group of coal mines.
19.Statement of accounts in respect of the period of management by theCentral
Government, etc.
19. Statement of accounts in respect of the period of management by the Central Government, etc. (1) The Central Government or the
Government company, as the case may be, shall cause the books in relation to each coal mine, the management of which has vested in it under the Coal Mines (Taking Over of Management) Act, 1973 (15 of
1973), to be closed and balanced as on the date immediately before the appointed day, and shall cause a statement of accounts, as on that day, to be prepared, within such time, in such form and in such manner as may be prescribed, in relation to each such mine in respect of the transactions effected by it during the period for which the management of such coal mine remained vested in it:
Provided that where two or more coal mines were owned, before the commencement of this Act, by the same owner, a consolidated statement of accounts may be prepared for all the coal mines owned by such owner.
(2) All amounts received by the Central Government or the
Government company after the closure of such accounts shall, where such accounts relate to transactions effected before the appointed day, be included in the said statement of accounts in respect of the coal mine to which the said receipt relates.
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1 Subs. by Act 22 of 1978, s. 11, for certain words.
2 Ins. by Act 57 of 1956, s. 15 (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
345.(3) The Central Government or the Government company in which the right, title and interest of coal mine stand vested shall be entitled to receive, up to the specified date, to the exclusion of all other persons, any money, due to the coal mine, realised after the appointed day notwithstanding that the realisations pertain to a period prior to the appointed day:
Provided that where such realisations have not been included in the statement of accounts as on the day immediately before the appointed day, a supplementary statement of accounts shall be prepared and furnished, at such intervals as may be prescribed, by the Central
Government or the Government company to the owner of the coal mine.
1*[(4) The liabilities of the coal mine (not being liabilities arising out of advances made by the Central Government or the
Government company), which could not be discharged by the appointed day, may be discharged by the Central Government or the Government company up to the specified date out of the realisations effected before or after the appointed day or out of advances or borrowings made up to the specified date and every payment so made shall be included in the statement of accounts as on the date immediately before the appointed day indicating therein the period in relation to which the payments were made and the payments so made shall not be called in question in any court:
Provided that the liabilities in relation to the period prior to the appointed day, which have not been discharged on or before the specified date, shall be the liabilities of the owner of the coal mine.]
(5) A copy of each statement of accounts prepared under this section shall be delivered by the Central Government or the Government company, as the case may be, to the Commissioner and also to the owner:
Provided that where the number of owners is more than one, only one copy of the statement of accounts shall be given to the owners for the benefit of all of them.
(6) The statement of accounts prepared under this section shall be audited by a person who is qualified to be appointed as an auditor of a company under section 226 of the Companies Act, 1956 (1 of
1956), and the auditor so appointed shall receive from the funds of the coal mine, such remuneration as the Central Government may fix.
(7) The audit of the statement of accounts shall be conducted in such manner as the Central Government may direct.
1*[(8) The statement of accounts audited under sub-section (6)
shall, unless the contrary is proved, be conclusive proof in respect of every matter entered therein.
Explanation.--For the purposes of this section, "statement of accounts" means a statement in the form of receipts and payments, and does not include any statement that may be prepared as a result of the closing and balancing of the books for the preparation of the profit and loss account and balance-sheet or any statement prepared in accordance with the normal commercial practice.]
19A.
Validation of certain collections.
3*[19A. Validation of certain collections. (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in section 2, as amended by section 10 of the Coal
Mines Nationalisation Laws
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1 Subs. by Act 57 of 1986, s. 16 (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
2 Ins. by s. 16, ibid. (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
3 Ins. by Act 22 of 1978, s. 12.346.(Amendment) Act, 1978 (22 of 1978), any money collected by the
Central Government or the Government company during the period commencing on the appointed day and ending with the date specified under sub-section (3) of section 19 shall be deemed to have been validly collected by the Central Government or the Government company, as the case may be, and any such money shall be applied in accordance with the provisions of section 19.(2) Any money collected as aforesaid shall not be called in question in any court of law.]
20.Claims to be made to the commissioner.
20. Claims to be made to the commissioner. 1*[(1)] Every person having a claim against the owner of a coal mine shall prefer such claim before the Commissioner within thirty days from the specified date:
Provided that if the Commissioner is satisfied that the claimant was prevented by sufficient cause from preferring the claim within the said period of thirty days, he may entertain the claim within a further period of thirty days but not thereafter.
2*[(2) Without prejudice to the provisions of sub-section (1), claims in relation to a provident fund, pension fund, gratuity fund or any other fund established for the welfare of the persons employed by the owner of a coal mine or group of coal mines may be filed on behalf of the persons so employed by the Coal Mines Provident Fund
Commissioner appointed by the Central Government under section 3C of the Coal Mines Provident Fund, Family Pension and Bonus Schemes Act,
1948 (46 of 1948); 3*[and claims in relation to any other matter may be filed on behalf of all or any of the persons so employed or any group of such persons, by any Trade Union, registered under the Trade
Unions Act, 1926 (16 of 1926), or, where no such claim has been filed by any Trade Union, by the Chief Labour Commissioner (Central)
appointed by the Central Government or any officer subordinate to him;] and the claims so made shall be deemed to have been made by the persons having a claim against the owner of a coal mine or group of coal mines:
Provided that no such claim shall be made by the Coal Mines
Provident Fund Commissioner 3*[or the Trade Union or the Chief Labour
Commissioner (Central) or any officer subordinate to him,] in relation to a person who has already made a claim under sub-section (1).]
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1 Section 20 renumbered as sub-section (1) thereof by Act 41 of
1973, s. 6 (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
2 Ins. by s. 6, ibid., (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
3 Ins. by Act 22 of 1978, s. 13 (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
347.1*[(3) Where any claim, not being a claim which was time-barred on the 31st day of January, 1973, was preferred under sub-section (1)
within the period specified therefor and was rejected merely on the ground that such claim was time-barred, such claim shall be deemed not to have been rejected and the Commissioner shall restore on his file such claim and shall deal with it in the manner specified in section
23.]
21.Priority of claims in relation to arrears of provident fund, etc.
21. Priority of claims in relation to arrears of provident fund, etc. (1) Every person employed by the owner of a coal mine or group of coal mines may make a claim to the Commissioner to the effect that the sums deducted under sub-section (4) of section 7 of the Coal Mines
(Taking Over of Management) Act, 1973 (15 of 1973), are not sufficient to meet fully the amount of arrears due to him, on the appointed day within the meaning of that Act, from the owner of such coal mine or group of coal mines,–
(a) in relation to a provident fund, pension fund, gratuity fund or any other fund established for the welfare of the persons employed by the owner of a coal mine or group of coal mines, or
(b) as wages,
and that a sum equal to the deficiency may be recovered from the amount specified in the Schedule against the owner of such coal mine or group of coal mines.
(2) Where a claim is made under sub-section (1), the Commissioner shall determine the extent of the deficiency and shall, after such determination, deduct in the first instance, out of the amount paid to him under section 8, a sum equal to the extent of the deficiency determined by him under this sub-section.
(3) All sums deducted by the Commissioner under sub-section (2)
shall, in accordance with such rules as may be made under this Act, be credited by the Commissioner to the relevant fund or be paid to the persons to whom such sums are due, and on such credit or payment, the liability of the owner in respect of all the amounts of arrears due as aforesaid shall stand discharged.
(4) The deductions made by the Commissioner under sub-section (2)
shall have priority over all other debts, whether secured or unsecured.
22.Priority in relation to other claims.
22. Priority in relation to other claims. (1) Save as otherwise provided in section 21, every secured debt due from the owner of a coal mine or group of coal mines shall
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1 Ins. by Act 22 of 1978, s. 13 (w.e.f. 1-11-1975).
348.have priority over all other debts and shall be paid in accordance with the rights and interests of the secured creditors.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in any other law for the time being in force, there shall be paid in priority to all other unsecured debts, not being the amounts advanced by the Central
Government or the Custodian appointed under the Coal Mines (Taking
Over of Management) Act, 1973 (15 of 1973), for the management of the coal mine,–
(a) all sums due to the State Government including royalty and dead rent;
(b) all amounts due in respect of any compensation or liability for compensation under the Workmens
Compensation Act, 1923 (8 of 1923), in respect of the death or disablement of any employee of the coal mine unless such mine has, under such contract with insurers as mentioned in 1*[section 14] of the said Act, rights capable of being transferred to and vested in, the workmen; and
(c) all sums deducted by the employer from the salary or wages of any workman or other employee for credit to any provident fund, or any other fund established for the welfare of the employees of the coal mine but not deposited to the credit of the said fund.
(3) The debts specified in sub-section (2) shall rank equally among themselves and be paid in full, unless the assets are insufficient to meet them, in which case they shall abate in equal proportions and be paid accordingly.
23.Admission or rejection of claims.
23. Admission or rejection of claims. (1) The Commissioner shall fix a certain date on or before which every claimant shall file the proof of his claim or be excluded from the benefit of the disbursement made by the Commissioner.
(2) Not less than fourteen days notice of the date so fixed shall be given by advertisement in one issue of the daily newspaper in the English language and one issue of the daily newspaper in the regional language as the Commissioner may consider suitable, and every such notice shall call upon the claimant to file the proof of his claim with the Commissioner within the time specified in the advertisement.
(3) Every claimant who fails to file the proof of his claim within the time specified by the Commissioner shall be excluded from the disbursements made by the Commissioner.
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1 Subs. by Act 38 of 1978, s. 3 and Sch. II, for “section 15″.
349.(4) The Commissioner shall, after such investigation as may, in his opinion, be necessary and after giving the owner of the coal mine an opportunity of refuting the claim and after giving the claimant a reasonable opportunity of being heard, in writing, admit or reject the claim in whole or in part.
(5) The Commissioner shall have the power to regulate his own procedure in all matters arising out of the discharge of his functions including the place or places at which he will hold his sittings and shall, for the purpose of making any investigation under this Act, have the same powers as are vested in a civil court under the Code of
Civil Procedure, 1908 (5 of 1908), while trying a suit, in respect of the following matters, namely:–
(a) the summoning and enforcing the attendance of any witness and examining him on oath;
(b) the discovery and production of any document or other material object producible as evidence;
(c) the reception of evidence on affidavits;
(d) the issuing of any commission for the examination of witness.
(6) Any investigation before the Commissioner shall be deemed to be a judicial proceeding within the meaning of sections 193 and 228 of the Indian Penal Code (45 of 1860) and the Commissioner shall be deemed to be a civil court for the purposes of section 195 and Chapter
XXXV of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898 (5 of 1898).
1*[(6A) The Commissioner may, on receipt of a claim,--
(a) elect to settle the claim himself; or
(b) transfer the claim for settlement to a person authorised in this behalf under sub-section (2) of section 17; or
(c) withdraw the claim from the person referred to in clause
(b) and either settle the claim himself or transfer it for disposal to any other person who has been authorised in this behalf under sub-section (2) of section 17.]
(7) 2*[A claimant or owner who is dissatisfied with the decision of the Commissioner may prefer an appeal, within a period of sixty days from the date of the decision,] to the principal civil court of original jurisdiction within the local limits of whose jurisdiction the coal mine is situated:
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1 Ins. by Act 22 of 1978, s. 14 (w.e.f. 27-5-1978).
2 Subs. by s. 14, ibid., for certain words (w.e.f. 27-5-1978).
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Provided that where a person who is a Judge of a High Court is appointed to be the Commissioner, such appeal shall lie to the High
Court for the State in which the coal mine is situated, and such appeal shall be heard and disposed of by not less than two Judges of that High Court:
1*[Provided further that any appeal which has not been preferred before the date on which the Coal Mines Nationalisation Laws
(Amendment) Act, 1978 (22 of 1978), receives the assent of the
President, shall be preferred within a period of Sixty days from such date.]
23A.
Application of sections 5 and 12 of the Limitation Act.
2*[23A. Application of sections 5 and 12 of the Limitation Act.
The provisions of sections 5 and 12 of the Limitation Act, 1963 (36.of 1963), shall, so far as may be, apply to appeals under section 23.]
24.Disbursement of money by the Commissioner to claimants.
24. Disbursement of money by the Commissioner to claimants.
Where, after meeting the claims admitted by him, of secured creditirs, and unsecured creditors having priority under sub-section (2) of section 22, the total amount of claims of other unsecured creditors admitted by the Commissioner, does not exceed the total amount of the money credited to the account of a coal mine, every such admitted claim shall be paid in full and the balance, if any, shall be paid to the owner, but where such amount is insufficient to meet in full the total amount of the admitted claims, all such claims shall abate in equal proportions and be paid accordingly.
24A.
Interest on admitted claims.
3*[24A. Interest on admitted claims. Notwithstanding any award, decree or order of any court, tribunal or other authority, passed before the appointed day, in relation to any coal mine, where any amount is payable in respect of a claim admitted under this Act, the interest payable on such amount for any period after the appointed day shall be at such rate not exceeding the rate of interest accruing on any amount deposited by the Commissioner under section 18.]
25.Recovery of excess payments made by Central Government or Custodian.
4*[25. Recovery of excess payments made by Central Government or
Custodian. Any amount in excess of payments over receipts in the statement of accounts prepared under section 19 shall be deemed to be an amount advanced by the Central Government or the Custodian, as the case may be, for the management of a coal mine during the period in which the management of such coal mine remained vested in the Central
Government and the Central Government may make a claim to the
Commissioner for such excess payment and such claim shall have priority over the claims of all other unsecured creditors of the coal mine, including those referred to in sub-section (2) of section 22.Explanation.--In this section. "Custodian" means the Custodian appointed under the Coal Mines (Taking Over of Management) Act, 1973.(15 of 1973).]
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1 Ins. by Act 22 of 1978, s. 14 (w.e.f. 27-5-1978).
2 Ins. by s. 15, ibid., (w.e.f. 27-5-1978).
3 Ins. by s. 16, ibid. (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
4 Subs. by Act 57 of 1986, s. 17 (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
351.25A.
Notice to owners of coal mines and managing contractors, etc.
1*[25A. Notice to owners of coal mines and managing contractors, etc. (1) After meeting the liabilities of persons whose claims have been admitted under this act, the Commissioner shall notify, in such manner as he may think fit, the amount of money available with him and specify in such notification a date within which the owners of the coal mines, the managing contractors and the owners of any machinery, equipment or other property which has vested in the Central Government or a Government company under this Act and which does not belong to the owners of the coal mines may apply to him for payment.
(2) Where any application is made under sub-section (1), the
Commissioner shall, after satisfying himself as to the right of the applicant to receive the whole or any part of the amount, pay the amount to the person concerned and in the event of there being a doubt or dispute as to the right of the person to receive the whole or any part of the amount, the Commissioner shall deal with the application in the manner specified in sub-section (2) of section 26.]
26.Disbursement of amounts to the owners of coal mines.
26. Disbursement of amounts to the owners of coal mines. (1) If out of the monies paid to him in relation to a coal mine or group of coal mines specified in the second column of the Schedule, there is a balance left after meeting the liabilities of all the secured and unsecured creditors, the Commissioner shall disburse such balance to the owner of such coal mine or group of coal mines.
(2) Before making any payment to the owner of any coal mine or group of coal mines under sub-section (1), the Commissioner shall satisfy himself as to the right of such person to receive the whole or any part of such amount, and in the event of there being a doubt or dispute as to the right of the person to receive the whole or any part of the amount, referred to in sections 8 and 9, the Commissioner
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1 Ins. by Act 22 of 1978, s. 17 (w.e.f. 27-5-1978).
352.shall refer the matter to the court and make the disbursement in accordance with the decision of the court.
(3) For the removal of doubts, it is hereby declared that the entries in the fourth column of the Schedule shall not be deemed to be conclusive as to the right, title and interest of any person in relation to any coal mine specified in the corresponding entires in the second column of the Schedule and evidence shall be admissible to establish the right, title and interest of any person in relation to such coal mine.
(4) In relation to a coal mine the operations of which were, immediately before the taking over of the management of such coal mine under the Coal Mines (Taking Over of Management) Act, 1973 (15 of
1973), under the control of a managing contractor, the amount specified in the fifth column of the Schedule against such coal mine shall be apportioned between the owner of the coal mine and such managing contractor in such proportions as may be agreed upon by or between the owner and such managing contractor, and in the event of there being no such agreement, in such proportions as may be determined by the court on a reference made to it by the Commissioner.
(5) Where any machinery, equipment or other property in a coal mine has vested in the Central Government or a Government company under this Act, but such machinery, equipment or other property does not belong to the owner of such coal mine, the amount specified in the fifth column of the Schedule against such coal mine shall, on a reference made to it by the Commissioner, be apportioned by the court between the owner of such coal mine and the owner of such machinery, equipment or other property having due regard to the value of such machinery, equipment or other property on the appointed day.
1*[(6) Where the amount specified in the fifth column of the
Schedule is relatable to a group of coal mines, the Commissioner shall have power to apportion such amount among the owners of such group, and in making such apportionment, the Commissioner shall have regard to the highest annual production in the coal mine during the three years immediately preceding the appointed day.]
Explanation.–In this section, “court”, in relation to a coal mine, means the principal civil court of original jurisdiction within the local limits of whose jurisdiction the coal mine is situated.
27.Undisbursed or unclaimed amounts to be deposited to the generalrevenue account.
27. Undisbursed of unclaimed amounts to be deposited to the general revenue account. Any money paid to the Commissioner which remains undisbursed or unclaimed for a period of 2*[three years from the day on which the last order for disbursement was made], shall be transferred by the Commissioner to the general revenue account of the
Central Government; but a claim to any money so transferred may be preferred to the Central Government by the person entitled to
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1 Ins. by Act 57 of 1986, s. 18 (w.e.f. 1-5-1973).
2 Subs. by Act 22 of 1978, s. 18, for certain words (w.e.f. 27-5-
1978).
353.such payment and shall be dealt with as if such transfer had not been made, the order, if any, for payment of the claim being treated as an order for the refund of revenue.
CHAPTER VIIMISCELLANEOUS
28. Effect of this Act on other laws. The provisions of this Act shall have effect notwithstanding anything inconsistent therewith contained in any other law for the time being in force or in any instrument having effect by virtue of any law other than this Act, or in any decree or order of any court, tribunal or other authority.
29.Contracts to cease to have effect unless ratified by Government.
29. Contracts to cease to have effect unless ratified by
Government. (1) Every contract entered into by the owner or occupier of any coal mine for any service, sale or supply and in force immediately before the appointed day shall, on and from the expiry of one hundred and twenty days from the appointed day, cease to have effect unless such contract is, before the expiry of that period, ratified, in writing, by the Central Government and in ratifying such contract the Central Government may make such alterations or modifications therein as it may think fit:
Provided that the Central Government shall not omit to ratify a contract unless it is satisfied that such contract is unduly onerous or has been entered into in bad faith or is detrimental to the interests of the coal mine.
(2) The Central Government shall not omit to ratify a contract or make any alteration or modification therein except after giving to the parties to the contract a reasonable opportunity of being heard and except after recording in writing its reasons for refusal to ratify the contract.
30.
Penalties.
30. Penalties. 1*[(1)] Any person who,–
(a) having in his possession, custody or control any property forming part of the undertaking of any coal mine referred to in the Schedule wrongfully withholds such property from the Central Government or the
Government company, or
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1 S. 30 was renumbered as sub-section (1) of that section by Act 67.of 1976, s. 4 (w.e.f. 27-5-1976).
354.(b) wrongfully obtains possession of, or retains, any property forming part of the undertaking of any coal mine specified in the Schedule or wilfully withholds or fails to furnish to the Central Government or any person specified by that Government, any document relating to such coal mine which may be in his possession, custody or control or fails to deliver to the Custodian any assets, books of account, registers or other documents in his custody relating to the coal mine in respect of which a Custodian has been appointed, or
(c) wrongfully removes or destroys any property of any coal mine or prefers any claim under this Act which he knows or has reasonable cause to believe to be false or grossly inaccurate,
shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years, or with fine which may extend to ten thousand rupees, or with both.
1*[(2) Any person who engages, or causes any other person to be engaged, in winning or mining coal from the whole or part of any land in respect of which no valid prospecting licence or mining lease or sub-lease is in force, shall be punishable 2*[with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years and also with fine which may extend to twenty thousand rupees.].]
31.Offences by companies.
31. Offences by companies. (1) Where an offence under this Act has been committed by a company, every person who at the time the offence was committed was in charge of, and was responsible to, the company for the conduct of the business of the company as well as the company, shall be deemed to be guilty of the offence and shall be liable to be proceeded against and punished accordingly:
Provided that nothing contained in this sub-section shall render any such person liable to any punishment, if he proves that the offence was committed without his knowledge or that he had exercised all due diligence to prevent the commission of such offence.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), where any offence under this Act has been committed by a company and it is proved that the offence has been committed with the consent or connivance of, or is attributable to, any neglect on the part of any
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1 Ins. by Act 67 of 1976, s. 4 (w.e.f. 27-5-1976).
2 Subs. by Act 22 of 1978, s. 19, for certain words (w.e.f. 27-5-
1978).
355.director, manager, secretary or other officer of the company, such director, manager, secretary or other officer shall be deemed to be guilty of that offence and shall be liable to be proceeded against and punished accordingly.
Explanation.–For the purposes of this section,–
(a) “company” means any body corporate and includes a firm or other association of individuals; and
(b) “director”, in relation to a firm, means a partner in the firm.
32.Mining companies not to be wound up by the court.
32. Mining companies not to be wound up by the court. No proceeding for the winding up of a mining company, the right, title and interest in relation to the coal mine owned by which have vested in the Central Government or a Government company under this Act or for the appointment of a receiver in respect of the business of the company, shall lie in any court except with the consent of the Central
Government.
33.Delegation of powers.
33. Delegation of powers. (1) The Central Government may, by notification, direct that all or any of the powers exercisable by it under this Act may also be exercised by any person or persons as may be specified in the notification.
(2) Whenever any delegation of power is made under sub-section
(1), the person to whom such power has been delegated shall act under the direction, control and supervision of the Central Government.
34.Power to make rules,
34. (1) The Central Government may, by notification, make rules to carry out the provisions of this Act.
(2) In particular, and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power, such rules may provide for all or any of the following matters, namely:–
(a) the manner in which the coal mine shall be managed by a
Government company or a Custodian;
(b) the manner in which monies in any provident or other fund referred to in section 15 shall be dealt with;
(c) the form and manner in which the statement of accounts referred to in section 19 shall be prepared;
(d) any other matter which is required to be, or may be, prescribed.
356.(3) Every rule made by the Central Government under this Act shall be laid, as soon as may be after it is made, before each House of Parliament while it is in session, for a total period of thirty days which may be comprised in one session or in two or more successive sessions, and if, before the expiry of the session immediately following the session or successive sessions aforesaid, both Houses agree in making any modification in the rule or both
Houses agree that the rule should not be made, the rule shall thereafter have effect only in such modified form or be of no effect, as the case may be; so, however, that any such modification or annulment shall be without prejudice to the validity of anything previously done under that rule.
35.Power to remove difficulties.
35. Power to remove difficulties. If any difficulty arises in giving effect to the provisions of this Act, the Central Government may, by order, not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act, remove the difficulty:
Provided that no such order shall be made after the expiry of a period of two years from the appointed day.
SCHE
See sections 3, 8 and 18.THE SCHEDULE
(See sections 3, 8 and 18)
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
ASSAM
Jeypore Coalfield
1. Bimalpore Post Office Bimal pore Collieries 4,000
Sibsagar Limited, Post Office
Sibsagar.
2. Dilli Post Office Dilli Collieries Associa- 4,000
Banhat, Sib- tion Limited, Post sagar. Office Tinsukia.
3. Jeypore Post Office Jeypore Collieries (Private) 75,000
Namrup Limited, Post office
Namrup.
Makum Coalfield, Lakhimpur
4. Baragolai Post Office Assam Railways and *48,84,000
Baragolai Trading Company
Limited, Margherita.
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*This amount inculudes the amount payable in respect of coal mines specified against Sl. Nos. 5 and 7.357.———————————————————————-
Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
5. Ledo Post Office Ledo Assam Railways and Amount included
Trading Company in the amount
Limited, Margh- specified ag-
erita. ainst Sl.
No. 4.6. Namdang Post Office Ba- Assam Railways and 4,000
ragolai Trading Company
Limited, Margh-
erita.
7. Tipong Post Office Ledo Assam Railways and Amount included
Trading Company in the amount
Limited, Margh- specified ag-
erita. ainst Sl. No.4.Mikir Coalfield
8. Koilajan Post Office Koi- Koilajan Collieri- 38,000
lajan es Limited, Post
Office Dimapur, Naga Hills.
9. Seelvata Post Office Dip- Hira Padda Diapli 4,000
hu, District Dutta, Shillong.
Mikir Hills.
BIHAR
Daltonganj Hutar Coalfield, Palamau
10. Hutar Post Office Hutar Sone Valley Portl- 2,98,000
Colliery. and Cement Compa-
ny Limited, Post
Office Japla, Pa-
lamau.
11. Jagaldaga Post Office Late- Shri S. K. Dutta, 4,000
har, Palamau. 23/P/IA, Manick-
tola Main Road, Calcutta-54.12. Rajhara Post Office Raj- Ram Saran Das & Br- 6,67,000
hara Colliery. others, 18, Net-
aji Subhas Road, Calcutta-1.East Bokaro Coalfield, Hazaribagh
13. East Post Office Pic- East Bokaro Collier- 15,000
Bokaro chri ies Company
(Private) Limited, Post Office Pichri.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
14. New Selec- Post Office Ber- Gopal N. Singh Kri- 4,80,000
ted Dhori. mo shna N. Singh, Govind N. Singh, Shyam N. Singh, Girdher N. Singh.
Nominated Owner;
Shri Bhuneshwar
Goswami, Post Off-
ice Bermo, Hazari-
bagh.
15. Pure Dhori Post Office Pure Dhori Colliery 29,200
Tantri Company, Post Off-
ice Tantri, Hazaribagh.
16. Selected Post Office Vaydanji J-Dave, 1,73,000
Kargali Pichri Post Office Box
8, Jharia.
Hurrah Coalfield (Santhal Pargana)
17. Hurrah Fulberia, Post Ideal Mining Combine, 5,000
Block IA Office Mahagama Post Office Mahagama, District Santhal
Pargana.
18. Hurrah Post Office Dwarka Prasad Marwari, 4,000
Block IB Mahagama Post Office Mahagama, District Santhal Pargana.
19. Bergo Post Office Khudiram Seal, Post 4,000
Denro Office Dhanro (San-
(Santhal thal Pargana).
Pargana).
20. Churi Jil- Post Office Godda Fulchand Ram, Post Office 4,000
wari Godda (Santhal Pargana).
21. Lalmatia Post Office Messrs. S. P. Coal Enter- 18,000
Mahagama prises, Post Office
Mahagama, District
Santhal Pargana.
22. Paharpur Post Office S. P. Coal Enterprises, 7,000
Mahagama Post Office Mahagama
(Santhal Pargana).
23. Pauls Ch- Post Office Paul Brothers, Post 4,000
ilgo Amrapara (Sa- Office Jamtara nthal Pargana). (Santhal Par-
gana).
24. Simlong Post Office H. N. Bhagar, Post 4,000
Dhamni Office Barhait (San-
thal Pargana).
Jainty Coalfields (Santhal Pargana)
25. Bhawanipur Post Office Sidheswari Prasad, N, 13,000
Chitra Deo, Post Office
Chitra, Santhal
Pargona.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
26. Central Post Office M. N. Singh and S. S. 15,000
Saharpuri Chitra Singh, Post Office
Chitra (Santhal
Pargana).
27. Chatkam Post Office H. N. Bhagat, Post 4,000
Dhamni (San- Office Barhait thal Pargana.) (Santhal Pargana).
28. Chitra Ce- Post Office B. N. Mandal and 7,000
ntral Chitra Company, Post Office
Chitra (Santhal Para-
gana).
29. East Dama- Post Office R. N. Singh, Post Office 15,000
gorah Kukraha Saroth.
30. Gandharb Shri Tibriwal, Post 4,000
Office Deoghar (Sant-
hal Pargana).
31. Girija Post Office Shri M. K. Singh, Post 4,000
Chitra Office Chitra (San-
thal Pargana).
32. Haripur Post Office Purushottam Das, Post 4,000
Mahagama Office Mahagama (Sa-
nthal Pargana).
33. Harinsi- Village and Biswanath Himathsingha, 4,000
ngha (Coal pit) Post Office Village and Post Off-
Dumka (Sant- ice Dumka (Santhal hal Pargana). Pargana).
34. Jayanti Ce- Shri O. P. Santhalia, 16, 54,000
ntral India Exchange Place, Calcutta-1.35. Jayanti Shri Saligram Prasad 4,000
Khas Singh, Post Office
Madhupur.
36. Jilwari Shri Jagannath Prasad 4,000
No. 7 Bhagat, Post Office
Saraunri.
37. Mondals Post Office C. C. Mondal, Post 15,000
Damgora Chitra (San- Office Dishergarh, East Sec. thal Paraga- Burdwan.
na).
38. Mondal,s Post Office A. K. Bhaduri, Post Off- 4,000
Damgora Chitra (san- ice Chitra (Santhal
West. thal Pargana). Pargana).
39. North Saha- Shri A. P. Singh 7,000
rjuri and Others, post
Office Kukraha.
40. Patrika Post Office Shri N. K. Singh, 6,000
Chitra Post Office Chitra
(Santhal Pargana).
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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41. Pulberia Shri M. P. Marwari, Post 5,000
Office Mahajama.
42. Saharjuri Post Office M. G. Mishra, Post Office 17,000
Kukraha Kukraha.
43. Tarabad Post Office Sri Durga Jamjuri Coal 4,000
Bootbari T. K. Gram Company (Private) Limi-
ted, Post Office Barakar
District Burdwan.
44. Tulsi Dabor Post Office Nalini Kumar Singh, 19,000
Chitra Post Office Chitra
(Santhal Pargana).
. Jharia Coalfield
45. Agarwal Post Office Agarwalla Godhur Coal 95,000
Godhur Kusunda Company, Post Office
Kusunda, Dhanbad.
46. Baramessia Post Office Thakur Rama Avtar Singh 49,000
Sikarich- Tundoo Post Office Tundoo, uck. Dhanbad.
47. Baherabera Post Office Thakur Gupteswar Pra- 45,000
Chuck Tundoo sad Singh, Post Office
Tundoo, Dhanbad.
48. Barwabera Post Office B. Trigunaiand Brothers, 73,000
Nawagarh Post Office Nawagarh.
Dhanbad.
49. Barora Post Office Barora Coal Concern, 4,26,000
Nawagarh Post Office Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
50. Bastacolla Post Office Bastacolla Coal Company 23,32,000
Dhansar Limited, Post Office
Dhansar, Dhanbad.
51. Basudev A Post Office A. B. Jugdutt and Com- 9,000
(Narayan Khas Jingora. pany, Jharia.
Seam).
52. Bera Colli- Post Office Bera Colliery Company, 12,28,000
ery Jharia Post Office Jharia.
53. Bright Post Office Bright Kusunda Colliery 4,000
Kusunda Dhansar Company, Post Office
Dhansar, Dhanbad.
54. Bright Post Office Seth Jharumal, Post 18,000
Tasra Sindri Office Sindri, Dhanbad.
55. Basudev A Post Office R. B. Jugdutt and Com- 17,000
Khas Jeenagora. pany, Jharia.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
56. Banerjees Post Office S. B. Banerjee and sons, 4,000
Dobary Jharia Post Office Jharia.
57. Central Post Office Shyamlal Sunda and Com- 41,000
Ganeshpur Nawagarh pany, Post Office Nawa-
garh, Dhanbad.
58. Central Post Office Narsingh Harji, Post Off- 2,88,000
Kendwadih Nawagarh ice Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
59. Central Post Office Bhairobux Agarwalla, Post 80,000
Kessurgarh Nawagarh Office Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
60. Central Post Office K. K. Chandra and Brothers, 76,000
Baihardih Katrasgarh Post Office Katrasgarh.
61. Central Post Office Srimati Manjula Devi, 4,000
Sinidih Tundoo Post Office Tundoo.
62. Central Post Office Srimati, Jyotsna Devi, 44,000
Golukdih Jharia “Nilachal”,post Office
Sitarampur, Burdwan.
63. Central Post Office Srimati Jayanti Devi, Post 42,000
Dobary Jharia Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
64. Central Post Office Moolji N. Cholia, Post 1,01,000
Keshalpur Katrasgarh Office Katrasgarh, Dhan-
bad.
65. Central Post Office Central Godhur Colliery 42,000
Godhur Kusunda Company, Post Office
Kusunda, Dhanbad.
66. Central Post Office Paul Brothers, Post Office 49,000
Jayramdih Nawagarh Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
67. Central Post Office Central Tasra Coal Comp- 52,000
Tasra Sindri any Limited, Post Office
Jharia, Dhanbad.
68. Central Post Office Central Angarpathra Coll- 99,000
Angar- Sijua iery Company, Post Office pathra Sijua, Dhanbad.
69. Central Post Office Khas Sijua Coal Company 1,13,000
Bansjora Sijua (Private)Limited, Post
Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
70. Chandore Post Office R. N. Singh and Others, 67,000
Katrasgarh Post Office Katrasgarh.
71. Chandore Post Office D. P. Agarwalla, Jharia, 16,000
Sijua Dhanbad.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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72. Central Post Office Purushottampur Colliery 4,98,000
Sulunga Khas Jeenagora. Company (Private) Limi-
ted, Post Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
73. Central Srimati Jyotsna Devi Post 4,000
Chandore Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
74. Damra Khas Post Office Sheikh Brothers and Com- 56,000
Nawagarh pany, Post Office Nawa-
garh, Dhanbad.
75. Damra Pin- Post Office Lala Mohinder Paul, Post 35,000
algoria Nawagarh Office Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
76. Diamond Post Office Shyama Coal Company, Post 63,000
Phulari- Kharkharee Office Kharkharee.
tand.
77. Dhansar Post Office Pure Dhansar Coal Company 3,18,000
Dhansar Post Office Dhansar, Dhanbad.
78. Dhansar, Post Office Dhansar Coal Company (Pr- 2,84,000
NBH Dhansar ivate) Limited, Post
Office Dhansar, Dhanbad.
79. East Ben- Post Office East Bengal Coal Concern 1,09,000
edih Nawagarh (Private) Limited, Post
Office Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
80. East Dha- Post Office East Dharmaband Colliery 22,000
rmaband Nawagarh Company, Post Office
Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
81. East Khas Post Office East Khas Baihardih Coal 1,00,000
Baihardih. Tundoo Company, Post Office
Tundoo.
82. East Man- Post Office Bharat Coal Company, 55,000
dra Nawagarh Post Office Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
83. East Bas- Post Office East Bastacolla Colliery 1,32,000
tacolla Dhansar Company, Post Office
Jharia, Dhanbad.
84. East Bus- Post Office East Busseriya Colliery 10,08,000
seriya Khusunda Comapany (Private) Limi-
ted, Shanti Bhawan, Dhanbad.
85. East Sini- Post Office P. Chanchani and comapany 60,000
dih Tundoo (Private) Limited, Post
Office Tundoo.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
86. East Kuj- Post Office East Kujama Collliery Com- 43,000
ama Jharia pany, Post Office Sijua, Dhanbad.
87. East Kes- Post Office Shri Baijnath Chowdhury 40,000
halpur Katrasgarh and Others, Post Office
Katrasgarh, Dhanbad.
88. East Ken- Post Office East Kendwadih Coal Com- 43,000
dwadih Dhansar pany Limited, Kusunda.
89. East Loh- Post Office East Murulidih Coal Com- 1,48,000
abati Ramnagargarh. pany (Private) Limited, Post Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
90. East Tet- Post Office East Tetulmari Colliery 4,000
ulmari Sijua Company Limited, Sijua.
91. East Mur- Post Office P.K. Lalla, Post Office 4,000
ulidih Mohuda Kharkharee, District
Dhanbad.
92. East God- Post Office East Godhur Colliery Com- 4,000
hur Kusunda pany (Private) Limited, Post Office Dhanbad.
93. Golden Post Office Salunga Collieries (Priv- 7,64,000
Jeenagora Khas Jeenagora. ate) Limited, Post Office
Dhanbad.
94. Ghutway Post Office Ghutway Colliery Company, 4,000
Karamtand. Dugda, District Hazaribagh.
95. Golden Post Office Hit Nayayan Singh, Post 9,000
Sinidih Tundoo Office Tundoo Dhanbad.
96. Ideal Kesh- Post Office Ideal Keshalpur Colliery 39,000
alpur Katrasgarh. Company, Post Office
Katrasgarh.
97. Jogidih Post Office P. K. Lalla and Brothers, 68,000
Tundoo Post Office Tundoo, Dhanbad.
98. Joyramdih Post Office Joyramdih Coal Company, *2,42,000
Nudhurkee Post Office Nudkhurkee, Dhanbad.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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99. Kendwadih Post Office B. N. Mondal and Company 55,000
(Mondal). Nawagarh Post Office Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
100. Khas Mur- Post Office U. N. Lala, Post Office 4,000
aidih Tundoo Tundoo, Dhanbad.
101. Khas Sini- Post Office Gyan Chand Sunda and 75,000
dih Nawagarh Company, Jharia.
102. Khodo Post Office Jiwanlala Sunda, Jora 60,000
Valley Nawagarh Phatak, Dhanbad.
103. Khas Ban- Post Office Khas Bansjora Colliery 1,70,000
sjora Bansjora Company, Post Office
Bansjora, Dhanbad.
104. Khas Bah- Post Office Khas Bahiardih Coal 33,000
iardih. Tundoo. Company, Post Office
Tundoo.
105. Katras Post Office Shrimati Kashibai, Post 96,000
New Katrasgarh Office Katrasgarh.
106. Kuya and Post Office Kuya Colliery Company 4,33,000
Khas Kuya. Jharia (Private) Limited, Post Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
107. Khas Katr- Post Office Mustafi and Company, 20,000
asgarh Katrasgarh Post Office Katrasbazar, Dhanbad.
108. Khas Go- Post Office Khas Godhur Coal Company 48,000
dhur Kusunda Post Office Kusunda.
109. Khas Kus- Post Office Khas Kusunda Coal Company 3,25,000
unda Kusunda (Private) Limited 40, Strand Road, Calcutta-1.110. Karmatand Post Office Sri Ram Coal Company, 1,63,000
Karmatand Post Office Karmatand.
111. Khas Joy- Post Office Khas Joyramdih Colliery *1,12,000
ramdih Nawagarh Company, Post Office
Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
112. Khas Mati- Post Office Khas Matigora Colliery 4,000
gora Nudkhurkee. Company, Post Office
Nudkhurkee, Dhanbad.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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113. Kalisthan Post Office Kalisthan Angarpathra Coal 43,000
Angarpat- Katrasgarh Company, Post Office hra. Katrasgarh, Dhanbad.
114. Khas Sijua Post Office Khas Sijua Coal Company 5,42,000
Sijua (Private) Limited, Post
Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
115. Khas Kan- Post Office Nasib Singh, Constituted 4,000
dra Sindri Attorney (Owner-Sukla, Chandra Prava Debi and
Sons, Post Office Sindri).
116. Khas Pan- Post Office The Khas Pandedih Colliery 4,000
dedih Sijua Company, Post Office
Sijua, Dhanbad.
117. Keshalpur Post Office Seo Shankar bole, Post 4,000
Katrasgarh Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
118. Liberty Post Office Agarwal Mining Company 1,18,000
Jharia (Private) Limited, Post
Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
119. Laxmi Post Office L. B. Singh and Company 4,000
Salanpur Katrasgarh Post Office Katrasgarh, Dhanbad.
120. Mandra Post Office Bijoy Narain Singh and 35,000
South Katrasgarh Jagdeo Prasad Singh, Barora. Post Office Katrasgarh, Dhanbad.
121. Model Mur- Post Office R. K. Pandey, Post Office 6,000
aidih Nawagarh Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
122. Manaitand Post Office Manaitand Colliery Company 1,11,000
Dhanbad Post Office Dhansar, Dhanbad.
123. Majhlitand Post Office Sri Pritish Lalla, Post 51,000
Tundoo Office Tundoo.
124. Model Joy- Post Office Paul Brothers, Post Office 4,000
ramdih Nawagarh Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
125. Model Ang- Post Office B. L. Agarwalla, Post 1,10,000
arpathra. Sijua Office Govindpur, Dhanbad.
126. Modern Su- Post Office Modern Sudmadih Colliery 4,000
damdih. Pathardih Company, Post Office
Pathardih, Dhanbad.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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127. New Kend- Post Office K.P. Lall and Sons, Post 49,000
wadih Nawagarh Office Nawagarth, Dhan-
bad.
128. New Mur- Post Office Messrs. Kamalendu and 4,000
aidih. Kharkharee Subhendu Banerjee, 420, Shyamukun Street, Calcutta.
129. North and Post Office Kaluram Heliwal, Post 4,000
Khas Nawagarh Office Nawagarh, Dhan-
Muraidih bad.
130. Norht Bar- Post Office North Baramossia Coal 60,000
amossia Tundoo Company, Post Office
Dhansar, Dhanbad.
131. North Tun- Post Office R. L. Aggarwala, Post 4,000.
ndoo Khas Katrasgarh Office Katrasgarh.
132. North Bhu- Post Office Srimati Narmada Bala 1,29,000
ggatdih Dhansar Gupta, Sri Dina Nath
Agarwal and Bansdo Prasad
Agarwala, Post Office
Jharia, Dhanbad.
133. Nichirpur Post Office Nichirpur Coal Company 3,03,000
Bansjora (Private) Limited, 7, Manoharpukar Road, Calcutta-26.134. North Sin- Post Office Sankariall Kejrilall, 1,65,000
idih Tundoo Post Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
135. New Gol- Post Office Biswanath Agarwalla, Post 14,000
akdih. Govindpur Office Govindpur, Dhan-
bad.
136. North Go- Post Baliapu Krishanlall Rajnelall, 1,41,000
lukdih Post Office Baliapur, Dhanbad.
137. Narayanpur Post Office Srimati Naraini Devi, Post 1,38,000
Katrasgarh Office Katrasgarh.
138. North Aka- Post Office Khimji Dossa and Company, 2,17,000
shkinari Katrasgarh Post Office Katrasgarh, Dhanbad.
139. North Dh- Post Office Kunverji Kalyanji, Post 44,000
armaland. Katrasgarh Office Katrasgarh, Dhanbad.
140. North Ten- Post Office Debram Ramji, Post Office 3,26,000
tuliya. Katrasgarh Katrasgarh.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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141. North Post Office Sahana Coal 1,44,000
Dobari. Jharia Company, Post
Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
142. North and Post Office North and West 6,64,000
West Jharia Ghanuadih Colliery
Granuadih. Company, Post
Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
143. New Katras. Post Office New Katras Coal 41,000
Katrasgarh Company, Post
Office Ktras-
Garh, Dhanbad.
144. New Salanpur Post Office Madhu Lachman and 6,000
Katrasgarh Sons, Post Office
Katrasgarh.
145. North Kesha- Post Office North Keshaipur 12,35,000
lpur Kattrasgarh Colliery Company
Private Limited, Post Office Kusunda, Dhanbad.
146. North Godhu Post Office North Godhur Colliery 4,000
Kusunda Company, Post Office
Kusunda, Dhanbad.
147. North Loya- Post Office North Loyabad Coal 3,89,000
bad. Bansjora Company, Post Office
Bansjora, Dhanbad.
148. North Kessur- Post Office Nandalall Shaha and Amount garh. Nudkhurhee. Others, Post Office included in
Nawagarh. the amount specified against Sl.
No. III.
149. Nudkhurkee Post Office M. B. Roy and Bro- 3,57,000
Nudkhurkee. thers, Post Office
Nudhurkee.
150. National Post Office Kailash Ram Khanna, 13,000
Tasra. Sindri Post Office Sindri, Dhanbad.
151. New Angarp- Post Office New Angarpathra Coll- 1,08,000
athra Katrasgarh iery Company, Post
Office Katrasgarh.
152. New Pandedih Post Office New Pandedih Colliery 10,000
Sijua Company, Post Office
Jharia.
153. North & North Post Office North Angarpathra Coal 72,000
East Angarp- Katrasgarh. Company, Post Office athra. Katrasgarh, Dhanbad.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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154. North Tetul- Post Office North Tetulmari 8,89,000
mari . Sijua Colliery Company, Post Office Sijua, Dhanbad.
155. New Busserya .Post Office New Busserya Coal Company 11,000
Bansjora ,Post Office Sijua, Dhanbad.
156. New Joyra-. Post Office Ajit Kumar Chanda, Post Amount mdih Nudkhurkee. Office Nudkhurkeee. included in the amount specified against
Sl. No.
98.157. North Gondu- Post Office North Gondudih Colliery 4,000
dih . Kusunda Company, Post Office
Kusunda.
158. New Aukland Post Office Sri Sankar Sen, Post 4,000
Colliery. Nudkhurkee. Office Nudkhurkee, Dhanbad.
159. New Dobary . Post Office New Dobary Coal Company 4,000
Jharia Post Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
160. New Phularit- Post Office New Phularitand Colliery 4,000
and Nawagarh Company, Post Office
Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
161. New Kunji . Post Office Mrs. B. Kaul, Tower 4,000
Mohuda House, Dhanbad.
162. New Tasra . Post Office New Tasra Coal Company, 4,000
Sindri Post Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
163. Pure Barora . Post Office N. Sahai, Post Office 1,60,000
Nawagarh Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
164. Pure Benedih. Post Office Doaba Coal Company 11,000
Nawagarh (Private) Limited, Sunda House, Joraphatak Road, Dhanbad.
165. Pure Dharma- Post Office B.N. Jagdeo Prasad 17,000
band Katrasgarh Singh, Post Office
Katrasgarh, Dhanbad.
166. Pure Ganesh- Post Office Pure Ganeshpur Colliery 1,14,000
pur. Nawagarh Company, Post Office
Jharia, Dhanbad.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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167. Pure Nichit-. Post Office Pure Nichitpur Colliery 58,000
pur Bansjora Company, Post Office
Bansjora, Dhanbad.
168. Pure Sinidih .Post Office Thakur Ram Avtar Singh, 4,000
Tundoo Post Office, Tundoo, Dhanbad.
169. Pure Suder- Post Office Thakur G.P. Singh, Post 30,000
aidih . Tundoo Office Tundoo, Dhanbad.
170. Pure Selected Post Office Pure Selected Golakdih 93,000
Golakdih. Jharia Colliery Company, Post
Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
171. Pure Bhuggat- Post Office Pure Bhuggatdih Coll- 1,05,000
dih Jharia iery Company, Post
Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
172. Pure Salanpur.Post Office G.V. Modi (Receiver), 44,000
Katrasgarh Post Office Jharia.
173. Pinalgoria. Post Office East Kessurgarh Colliery 26,000
Nawagarh Company, Post Office
Nawagarh.
174. Pure Damoda. Post Office Pandit Ram Bhaju Upa- 2,10,000
Nudkhurkee. dhya and Company, Post Office Nudkhu-
rkee.
175. Pure Joyra- Post Office Pure Joyramdih Colliery 1,24,000
mdih Nudkhurkee. Company, Post Office
Nudkhurkee, Dhanbad.
176. Pure Selected Post Office H.C. Bhutani, Post 4,56,000
Bansjora. Sijua Office Sijua, Dhanbad.
177. Pure Selected Post Office Pure Selected Tetulmari 45,000
Tetulmari. Sijua Colliery Company Limi-
ted, Post Office Sijua, Dhanbad.
178. Pure Golak- Post Office Pure Golakdih Coal Com- 80,000
dih Jharia pany, Post Office
Jharia, Dhanbad.
179. Pathergoria. Post Office Bharat Mining Corporation, 4,000
Mohuda 9, Old Court House
Street, Calcutta.
180. Pure Bans- Post Office Madanlal Baswatia, Post 4,000
jora Sijua Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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181. Pure Chandore. The West Chandore 4,000
Colliery Company, Post Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
182. Ramgarh Jha- Post Office Ramgarh Jharia Colliery 1,64,000
ria Karmatand Company, Post Office
Karmatand, Dhanbad.
183. Royal Tisra . Post Office Royal Tisra Colliery Com- 50,000
Jharia pany, Post Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
184. Real Suda- Post Office Madhab Sinha, Post Office 4,000
mdih Pathardih Pathardih.
185. Selected Post Office Selected Mandra Colliery 18,000
Mandra Nawagarh Company, Post Office
Nawagarh.
186. Selected Post Office Selected Muraidih Coll- 22,000
Muraidih Nawagarh iery Company, Jiwan
Sadan, Dhanbad.
187. South Barora Post Office D.P. Lall and Sons, 2,97,000
Nawagarh Post Office Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
188. Selected Post Office Selected Govindpur Coal 42,000
Govindpur Katrasgarh Concern, Post Office
Katrasgarh, Dhanbad.
189. Selected Post Office Selected Keshalpur Coll- 4,000
Keshalpur Katrasgarh iery Company, Post
Office Katrasgarh, Dhanbad.
190. Selected Post Office Selected Godhur Coal 91,000
Godhur Kusunda Company, Post Office
Kusunda, Dhanbad.
191. Sri Godhur Post Office Katasaria Coal Company 35,000
Kusunda (Private) Limited, Post Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
192. South Loy- Post Office South Loyabad Coal Com- 21,000
abad Bansjora pany Post Office
Bansjora, Dhanbad.
193. Selected Post Office Selected Sudamdih Coll- 41,000
Sudamdih. Sindri iery Company, Post
Institute Office Sindri Institute, Dhanbad.
194. Selected Post Office Selected Jogta Coal Com- 4,000
Jogta . Jharia pany (Private) Limited, Post Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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195. South Murai- Post Office South Muraidih Colliery 6,000
dih Katrasgarh Company, Post Office
Katrasgarh, Dhanbad.
196. Sudreadih . . Post Office Sunda Shamlal, Post 4,000
Nudkhurkee. Office Nawagarh.
197. Selected Post Office Selected Ghanuadih Coll- 4,000
Ghanuadih. Jharia iery Company, Post
Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
198. Selected Post Office Selected Joyrampur Coll- 4,000
Joyrampur. Jharia iery Company, Ananda
Bhavan, Post Office
Jharia.
199. South Jamd- . Post Office Natwarlal Shamaldas and 4,000
iha Nudkhurkee. Company, Post Office
Nudkhurkee.
200. Sree Jagan- Post Office North Baramessia Colliery 4,000
nath Tundoo Company Limited, Ashok
Bagan, Post Office
Dhanbad.
201. Upper Mandra Post Office Upper Mandra Colliery 92,000
Nawagarh Company, Post Office
Nawagarh, Dhanbad.
202. Upper Jeen- Post Office G.S. Atwal, 243, Sector, 4,000
agora jeenagora 9/C, Chandigarh.
203. Upper Jharia Post Office Upper Jharia Colliery Com – 4,000
Jharia. pany, Post Office
Jharia, Dhanbad.
204. Victory . . Post Office United Mining Company 9,17,000
Dhansar Limited, Post Office
Jharia, Dhanbad.
205. West Phular- Post Office West Phularitand Colliery 55,000
itand Nawagarh Company, Post Office
Jharia, Dhanbad.
206. West Jogidih Post Office Bihar National Coal Com- 39,000
Katrasgarh pany, Post Office
Katrasgarh.
207. West Katras .Post Office N.K. Bose and Brothers, 1,22,000
Katrasgarh West Katras Colliery, Post Office Katrasgarh.
208. West Koil- Post Office West Koiludih Colliery 1,08,000
udih Katrasgarh Company, Post Office
Katrasgarh.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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209. West Ramk- Post Office West Ramkanali Colliery 13,82,000
anali Katrasgarh Company, Post Office
Katrasgarh, District
Dhanbad.
210. West Joyram- Post Office A. K. Chandra, Post Off- Amount dih . Nudkhurkee. ice Nudkhurkee, included
Dhanbad. in the amount specified against
Sl. No.98.211. West Angar- Post Office West Angarpathra Colli- 1,30,000
pathra. Katrasgarh ery Company Limited, Post Office Katrasgarh, Dhanbad.
212. West Chandore Post Office West Chandore Colliery 85,000
Sijua Company, Post Office
Jharia, Dhanbad.
213. West Mudidih. Post Office Waliram Taneja Mines 14,39,000
Sijua (Private) Limited, Post Office Sijua, Dhanbad.
214. West & Sowa- Post Office M. P. and D.D.Agarwalla, 55,000
ria Salanpur. Katrasgarh Dhanbad Bazar, Dhanbad.
215. West Bhuran- Post Office P. K. Lalla, Post Office 4,000
gya . Mohuda Kharkharee.
216. West Gobind- Post Office West Gobindpur Coal Com- 4,000
pur Katrasgarh pany, Post Office Katr-
asgarh, Dhanbad.
217. West Keshal- Post Office West Keshalpur Colliery 4,000
pur Katrasgarh Company, Post Office
Katrasgarh, Dhanbad.
218. West Mahesh- Post Office Sri Agarwalla Coal Comp-
pur Tundoo any, Post Office Tundoo, 4,000
Dhanbad.
219. West Sal- Post Office Ganga Bishen Mohendra, 4,000
anpur Katrasgarh Post Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
Bihar-Raniganj (Mugma Coalfield)
220. Badjna. . Post Office Oriental Coal Company 28,59,000
Nirshachati Limited, 25, Brabourne
Road, Calcutta.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
221. Basumata . . Post Office D. N. Chandra and Bro- 4,000
Nirshachati thers, Post Office
Nirshachati, Dhanbad.
222. Bhogkat . . Post Office Banga Laxmi Coal Company 5,000
Mugma Post Office Mugma, Dhanbad.
223. Chapapur. . Post Office B. N. Dutta and Others, 25,000
Nirshachati Post Office Nirshach-
ati, Dhanbad.
224. Central Sha- Post Office A. K. Chandra and Othe- 28,000
mpur Nirshachati rs, Post Office Nirsha-
chati, Dhanbad.
225. Central Laik- Post Office Central Laikdih Colliery 4,000
dih Mugma Company, Post Office Mu-
gma, Dhanbad.
226. Chattabar . . Messrs. New Chattabar 18,000
Coal Company Limited, Post Office Chirkunda, District, Dhanbad.
227. Dahibari . . Post Office Dahibari Coal Company, 7,50,100
Mugma Post Office Mugma.
228. East Badjna . Post Office S. N. Chanda and Broth- 1,09,000
Nirshachati ers, Post Office
Nirshachati.
229. East Kapasara.Post Office Banga Luxmi Coal Compa- 37,000
Mugma ny, Post Office Mugma, Dhanbad.
230. East Kumar- Post Office Sri Laxmi Narain Trust, 7,15,000
dhubi Chirkunda Post Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
231. East Rajpura. Post Office Rajpura Coal Company, 10,400
Mugma Post Office Mugma.
232. East Shampur. Post Office Oriental Coal Company, 16,000
Kumardhubi Post Office Kumardhu-
bi, Dhanbad.
233. Edgarcoor Post Office Durgamata Coal Company, 5,200
(Durgamata). Chirkunda Post Office Chirkunda.
234. Edgarcoor. . Post Office Srimati Sankarben Patel, 14,400
Kumardhubi Post Office Kumardhubi, Dhanbad.
235. East Palasia .Post Office Shri K. K. Goswami, Post 32,300
Mugma Office Mugma, Dhanbad.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
236. Edgarcoor Post Office B. R. Agarwalla and 31,000
(Agarwalla). Nirshachati Company, Post Office
Kumardhubi, Dhanbad.
237. Jamdohi ost Office Jamdohi Coal Company, 4,43,800
Basanti mata. Mugma Post Office Mugma, Dhanbad.
238. Jamburya Post Office East Indian Coal Comp- 1,24,000
(Selected- Nirshachati any, Limited, 4, Clive
Jamburya). Row, Calcutta.
239. Kalimata . . Post Office G. L. Dubey, Post Office 1,24,300
Mugma Mugma, Dhanbad.
240. Kapasara . . Post Office Bihar Coal Syndicate 65,300
Mugma (Private)] Limited, Post Office Mugma, Dhanbad.
241. Khas Kal- Post Office Khas Kalimati Coal Com- 1,00,000
imati Kumardhubi. pany, Post Office Kumar-
dhubi, Dhanbad.
242. Khas Nirsha . Post Office Mohatta Brothers, 19, 2,73,000
Nirshachati British Indian Street, Calcutta-1.243. Khoodia . . Post Office Khoodia Coal Company, 2,18,000
Nirshachati Post Office Nirshacha-
ti, Receiver, Onkarmal
Agarwalla, Post Office
Barakar, Burdwan.
244. Khas Badjna. Post Office Western Bengal Coalfi- 11,12,000
Nirshachati elds Limited, Administ-
rative Office, Post
Office Morta Colliery, Burdwan.
245. Khas Brinda- Post Office Bal Krishna Coal Com- 7,000
banpur Mugma pany, Post Office
Brakar.]
246. Khas Edgar- Post Office B. N. Mondal and L. L. 4,000
coor. Kumardhubi. Agarwalla, Post Office
Kumardhubi, Dhanbad.
247. Kooardih. . Post office Banerjee and Company, 1,29,000
Barakar Post Office Barakar.
248. Lower Badjna .Post Office Associated Laikdih Col- 7,52,000
Nirshachati liery Limited, 18, Ne-
taji Subhas Road, Calcutta.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
249. Lower Beg- Post Office Associated Laikdih Col- 4,000
unia Mugma liery limited, 18, Netaji Subhas Road, Calcutta.
250. Merah . . Post Office Raghunath Agarwalla, 1,28,000
Chirkunda Post Office, Chirk-
unda.
251. Nayadanga . Post Office K. G. Saiji & Sons, 1,02,000
Nirshachati Post Office Serasole
Rajbari Burdwan.
252. Nirsha Khas . Post Office Nirsha Khas Colliery 1,37,800
Nirshachati (Private) Limited, Post Office Searsole
Rajbari, Burdwan.
253. North Badjna. Post Office North Badjna Coal Com- *8,27,000
Nirshachati pany (Private) Limited, Post Office Ranaghat, Nadia.
254. North Lai- Post Office North Laikdih Coal Com- 2,17,000
kdih Nirshachati pany, 22, Strand Road, Calcutta.
255. Oriental . . Post Office Oriental Coal Company, 41,000
Kumardhubi Post Office Kumardhubi.
256. Pure Laikdih. Post Office Pure Laikdih Colliery 2,18,400
Nirshachati (Private) Limited, 26A, Fern Road, Calcutta-19.257. Pure Mandman. Post Office East Indian Coal Compa- 1,46,000
Mugma ny Limited, 4, Clive
Row, Calcutta.
258. Pure Rajpura Post Office Shrimati Sankarben Pat- 79,000
Kumardhubi. el, Post Office Kumard-
hubi Dhanbad.
259. Pure Shampur. Post Office D. Mondal and Company, 3,04,000
Nirshachati Post Office Nirsha-
chati.
260. Palasia . . Post Office K. K. Goswami, Post 73,000
Mugma Office Mugma.
261. Pure Har- Post Office East Indian Coal Comp- 78,000
iajan Nirshachati any Limited, 4, Clive
Row, Calcutta.
262. Pure Sing- Post Office Satya Pal Kapoor, Kapoor 1,68,000
hpur Nirshachati Niwas, Dhanbad.
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* This amount includes the amount payable in respect of coal mine specified against Sl. No. 277.376.———————————————————————-
Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
263. Rajpura . . Post Office R. K. Coal Company, Ba- 37,000
Mugma rakar (West Bengal).
264. Reliance . . Post Office Reliance Coal Company, 1,30,000
Kumardhubi Post Office Kumard-
hubi, Dhanbad.
265. Ramkrishna . Post Office P. N. Mukherjee, Post 83,600
Chirkunda Office Chirkunda.
266. Raj . . Post Office D. N. Sen, Post Office 10,000
Kumardhubi Mugma, Dhanbad.
267. Satyanarayan .Post Office Rurmal Agarwal, Post 55,700
Kumardhubi Office Satyanaran
Colliery, Kumardhubi.
268. Shampur . . Post Office Khas Shampur Coal Comp- 2,51,000
Nirshachati any, Post Office Nirs-
hachati, Dhanbad.
269. Shampur. . Post Office The Kamala Coal Company, 17,400
Nirshachati Post Office Nirshach-
ati, Dhanbad.
270. South Marma Post Office Guljarilal Agarwalla, 29,800
Mugma Post Office Jharia, Dhanbad.
271. Shri Durga- Post Office J. N. Garai & Others, 81,700
mata Mugma Post Office Chirkunda.
272. Shri Gopin- Post Office Srimati Mahamaya Devi, 3,23,400
athpur Nirshachati Post Office Nirshach-
ati, Dhanbad.
273. Shri Lakhmi- Post Office J. K. Garai & Company, 1,55,000
mata Chirkunda Post Office Mugma, Dhanbad.
274. Sudarshan Post Office K. L. Bhambri & Compa- 1,07,800
Shampur Nirshachati ny, Post Office Nirsh-
achati, Dhanbad.
275. Shri Ragh- Post Office Shri Raghunathji Coal 90,600
unathji Chirkunda Company, Post Office
Chirkunda.
276. Selected . Post Office Shri Krishna Colliery 1,13,000
Fatka. Nirshachati Company (Private) Lim-
ited, Post Office
Kumardhubi, Dhanbad.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
277. South Badjna Post Office South Badjna Coal Com- Amount
Nirshachati pany, Post Office Nir- included shachati, Dhanbad. in the amount specified against
Sl. No.
253.278. Shampur . Post Office The Druga Coal Company 39,000
Mugma Post Office Mugma.
279. Selected Post Office Selected Bhaljori Coll- 4,000
Bhaljori Dhanbad iery Company (Private)
Limited, Post Office
Nirshachati, Dhanbad.
280. Selected Post Office Satya Narayan Agarwala 8,000
Laikdih Govindpur and Patners, Post Office
Nirshachati, Dhanbad.
281. South East Post Office J. K. Banerjee and Others, 4,000
Badjna Nirshachati Post Office Nirshachati, Dhanbad.
282. Tewaris Post Office M/s, S. C. Tewari & Others, 4,000
Beldanga Churulia Post Office Parsundi, Khas. District Birbhum.
283. Upper Post Office East Indian Coal Company, 1,69,000
Mehtadih Nirshachati 4, Clive Row, Calcutta-1.284. West Barakar Post Office Dinendea Nath Das, Post 4,000
Kumardhubi Office Kumardhubi.
285. West Barakar Post Office Bihar Fire Bricks and 15,000
Mugma Potteries Limited, 22.Strand Road, Calcutta-1.286. West Chanch Post Office West Chanch Coal Company, 8,000
Nirshachati Post Office Barakar.
287. West Laikdih Post Office West Laikdih Coal Com- 64,200
Mugma pany, 152, B. K. Pal
Avenue, Calcutta-5.288. West Rajpura Post Office Kalyaneshwari Coal Com- 8,000
Mugma pany, Post Office Mugma
Dhanbad.
289. West Shampur Post Office Beharilal Agarwalla, Post 4,000
Nirshachati Office Nirshachati, Dhanbad.
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
Karanpura Coalfields
290. Ara Post Office North Ramgarh Colliery 6,87,000
Kuju Company (Private) Li-
mited, 8, Deodar
Street, Calcutta-19.291. Banwar Post Office Raghunath Bhagat, 4,000
Mandu Hazribagh.
292. Churi Post Office Ray Untied Karanpura 4,40,000
Colliery Company
(Private) Limited,
91, Stephen House, Calcutta.
293. Central Post Office United Collieries 28,00,000
Saunda Saunda limited, 5, Royal
Exchange Place
Calcutta-1.294. Dakra Buk Post Office United Karanpura 25,84,000
Buka Khalari Colliery Company
(Private) Limited,
91, Stephen House, Calcutta.
295. Damodar Post Office B.K. Bhaduri & Sons, 1,31,000
Valley Hendegir 10, Purulia Road, Ranchi.
296. Datma Post Office M. K. Rana (Receiver) 4,000
Kuju Bansilal Chowk, Hazaribagh.
297. Gidhania Post Office (1) Dhori Coal Company 4,000
Ramgarh Limited,
(2) M/s. Anderson wright
Limited, 34/4, Gros venor
House, Old Court House, Dhanbad
298. Hindegir Post Office Hindegir Mining Corp- 5,45,000
Hindegir oration Limited,-
Hirapur, Dhanbad.
299. Hessagora Post Office Hessagora Coal Compan- 88,000
Kuju any, Post Office Kuju.
300. Jharkhand Post Office (Ownership under 11,000
Ghatutand dispute)
301. Karanpura Post Office Karanpura Dowarkhand 10,83,000
Dewarkhand Khalari Colliery Company-
Limited, F. 3, Gilla-
nders House, Calcutta-
1.302. Karkata Post Office Ajit Prasad Singhdeo & 5,16,000
Khalari Others, 82, Stephen
House, Calcutta-1.———————————————————————-
379.———————————————————————-
Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
303. Karanpura Post Office Associated Karanpura 12,14,000
Patratu Colliery (Private)
Limited, 18, Netaji
Subhas Road, Calcutta-1.304. Khas Karan- . Post Office Khas Karanpura Collie- 8,30,000
pura Patratu ries Limited, 71,-
Ganesh Chandra Avenue, Calcutta.
305. Kedla . Post Office (Ownership under disp- 34,000
Ghatutand ute)
306. Kuju . Post Office Kuju Colliery Compan- 1,82,000
Kuju ny (Private) Limited, Post Office Kuju.
307. Lapanga . Post Office Hindustan Coal Compan- 2,36,000
Bhadaminagar. ny, Bhadaminagar, Hazaribagh.
308. Laiyo Post Office North Bokaro Coal 1,89,500
Daneya Company, Post
Office Daneya, Hazaribagh.
309. Manki Post Office Ray National Cement Mines 2,58,000
& Industries, 82, Stephen House East, Calcutta-1.310. Mael Post Office Rajballav Singh, Chi- 73,000
Chitarpur. tarpur, Hazaribagh.
311. Model Dhori Post Office Model Dhori Colliery 39,000
Chainpur Company, Hazaribagh.
312. Mourpa Post Office A. K. Roy & R. P. Cho- 2,29,500
Kuju udhury, Post Office
Kuju.
313. Mangardh Post Office Mani Chatterjee, Ha- Amount
Mandu zaribagh. included in the amount specified against
Sl. No.
327.314. New Sirkar Post Office (Ownership under 4,000
Colliery Mandu dispute).
315. Pindra Post Office Pindra Coal Company, 93,000
Kuju Ram Narayan Jais
Compound, Ranchi.
316. Pakribarwadih Post Office Sayed Bokir Mehdi, 4,000
Barkagon Ranchi.
317. Ray Post Office Ray N. C. M. I. Limited, 5,63,000
82, Stephen House, Calcutta.
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380
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Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
318. Rauta Post Office (Ownership under dispute) 4,000
Ramgarh
Cantonment.
319. Raligara Post Office The Karanpura Colli- 77,70,000*
Religara ery Limited, Char-
tered Bank Buildi-
ng, Calcutta-1.320. South Post Office Chauhan Brothers, Old 1,25,000
Karanpura. Hindegir Commissioners
Compound, Ranchi.
321. Sugia Post Office Sugia Coal Company, 4,500
Chitarpur. Chitarpur
322. SaundaD Post Office Karanpura Collieries Amount
(Birds) Bhurkunda. Limited, Charterd included
Bank Building, in the
Calcutta-1. amount specified against
Sl. No.
319.323. Sirka Post Office South Karanpura 28,83,000
Argada Coal Company Li-
mited, Chatered
Bank Building, Calcutta-1.324. Sarubera Post Office North Ramgarh Coal 2,42,000
Kuju Company Limited,
8, Deodar Street, Calcutta-19.325. Semra Post Office B. M. Roy, Burraba- 9,000
Mandu zar, Hazaribagh.
326. Toera Post Office M. N. Chatterjee, 1,12,000
Kuju Post Office Kuju.
327. Topa Post Office Topa Coal Company, 1,23,000( )
Kuju Kuju. Receiver:
M. H. Chatterjee and S. K. Banerjee, Post Office Kuju, Hazaribagh.
328. West Tumang Post Office Chauhan Brothers, old 2,89,000
M.C.Chuski- Commissioners eganj, Ranchi. Compound, Ranchi.
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* This amount includes the amount payable in respect of coal mine specified against Sl. No. 322.( ) This amount includes the amount payable in respect of coal mine specified against Sl. No. 313.381.———————————————————————-
Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
Giridih
329. Kabribad Post Office Serampore Coal Comp- 23,000
Beniadih any, Post Office
Giridih.
MADHYA PRADESH
Central India Coalfields
330. Chirmiri Post Office Chirimiri Colliery 37,51,000
Chirimiri Company (Private)
Limited, 18/22, Sheik Memon Street, Bombay-2.331. New Post Office Dadabhoys New 63,60,000
Chirimiri Chirimiri Chirimiri Ponri
(Ponri Hill). Hill Company (Pr-
ivate) Limited, Post Box No. 85, Nagpur.
332. North . Post Office United Collieries 15,01,000
Chirimiri Gelhapani Limited, 25, Brabourne
Road, Calcutta.
333. North Jhag- Post Office Jhagrakhand Coll- 61,42,000*
rakhand. Jhagrakhand eiry (Private)
Colliery. Limited, 13, Gariahat Road, Calcutta-19.334. Pure Post Office K. N. Dhady, Post 1,80,000
Chirimiri Chirimiri Office Chirimiri.
335. Rajnagar Post Office M/s. Dalchand Bah- 14,71,000
Rejnagar adur Singh, 15, Colliery. Gariahat Road.
Calcutta-19.336. Ramnagar Post Office Vindhya Colliery 12,02,000
Ramnagar (Private) Lim-
Colliery. ited, 18, Netaji
Subhas Road, Calcutta-1.337. South Jhagr- Post Office Jhagrakhand Col- Amount akhand Jhagrakhand lieriery (Priva- Included
Colliery. te) Limited, 15, in the
Gariahat Road, amount
Calcutta 19. specified against
Sl. No.
333.338. West Post Office Indra Sigh & Sons 33,75,000
Chirimiri Chirimiri (Private) Limited
,7, Wellesly Place, Calcutta-1.———————————————————————-
* This amount includes the amount payable in respect of coal mines specified against Sl. Nos. 337 and 339.382.———————————————————————-
Sl. Name of Location of the Name and address Amount
No. the mine mine of owners of (in rupees)
the mine
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1 2 3 4 5.———————————————————————-
339. West Jhagra- Post Office Jhagrakhand Colliries Amount khand West Jhagr- (Private) Limited, included akhand 13, Garoahat Road, in the
Calcutta-19. amount specifed against
Sl. No.
333.Pench-Kanhan Valley Coalfields
340. Ambara . Post office N. H. Ojha & Com- 5,41,000
Junnerdeo pany Limited, F-3, Gillander House, 8, Netaji Subhash
Road, Calcutta.
341. Barkuhi . Post Office Pench Valley Coal 53,08,000*
Parasea . Company Limited,
Hong Kong House-
31, Dalhousie square, Calcutta-1.342. Barkuhi . Post Office M/s. J. A. Trivedi 2,16,000
Parasea . Brothers, Post
Box 1, Balaghat, District Chhin-
dwara.

343. Bhamori . Post Office Amalgamated Coal- 94,04,000 Parasea
. fields Limited,
Hong Kong House,
31, Dalhousie Square, Calcutta-1.344. Chandamata Post Office Pench Valley Coal Amount
Parasea . Company Limited, in incl-
Post Office Parrasea, uded in
Chhindwara. the amount specified against
Sl. No.
341.345. Datla East. M/s. Amalgamated Coal- Amount fields Limited, in incl-
Post Office Par- uded in asea, Chhind- the amo-
wara. unt spe-
cified against
Sl. No.
343.———————————————————————-
* This amount includes the amount payable in respect of coal mines specified against Sl. Nos. 344, 349 and 357.

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