Open Cast Mines In Jharia As Indias Coal  Import Demand Expected To Exceed China by 2016-17 : News Photo

Open Cast Mines In Jharia As Indias Coal Import Demand Expected To Exceed China by 2016-17

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Day laborers carry empty baskets on their head at an open pit coal mine in the Bestacolla Colliery in Jharia, Jharkhand, India, on Sunday, April 6, 2014. Coal India Ltd., the worlds largest producer, estimates on its website that the nation faces a supply deficit of 350 million tons by 2016-2017, thereby overtaking import demand from China, the worlds biggest coal consumer and producer. Photographer: Sanjit Das/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Day laborers carry empty baskets on their head at an open pit coal mine in the Bestacolla Colliery in Jharia, Jharkhand, India, on Sunday, April 6, 2014. Coal India Ltd., the worlds largest producer, estimates on its website that the nation faces a supply deficit of 350 million tons by 2016-2017, thereby overtaking import demand from China, the worlds biggest coal consumer and producer. Photographer: Sanjit Das/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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