India finds Lithium deposits for first time in country


The Geological Survey of India (GSI) said on Thursday it has found lithium deposits for the first time in the country

India has lately been looking to strengthen its supply of key minerals, including lithium, that will be critical for furthering its electric vehicle plans

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9 million tonnes of Lithium inferred resources have been established in the Reasi district of the northern union territory of Jammu and Kashmir, the GSI said in a statement



Date:10-Feb-2023 Reference:View Original Link