How Jade Stone was mined by Japans richest man

Jade Stone is a rare stone mined in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.

It is one of the richest minerals in the world, worth more than $2bn (£1.6bn) at the current market price.

It was mined in 1968 by British businessman Sir Edward Jones who later sold it to the Indian government in a deal that led to its discovery in 1947.

Mr Jones and his sons bought the rights to the mine from the British government in 1984.

The mine is now one of India’s most profitable, generating a profit of more than £2bn a year, according to the Mines and Minerals Development Board.

Jade Stone, which is also called jade, is mined by the Japens richest man, the son of the mining magnate Sir Edward, who owns Japones mines in the state of Kashmir.

The mine is believed to have been discovered in the area around the town of Jangal, in the Jammu valley.

The mines owner, Sir Edward’s nephew, Sir Jamshed Singh, owns an estimated 10 per cent stake in the company.

India’s government has also invested in a massive solar power plant in the region.

But a report published last month by the Indian Institute of Science says that the mine’s future prospects are uncertain.

The report says that there is no guarantee that the site is safe from mining or that the government has the financial means to secure the site.

It says that mining of Jade Stone could be the start of a mining boom in India.

Jamshed is an extremely well-connected businessman, having made billions of dollars in the 1980s.

He is also the chairman of the Tata Group, India’s largest conglomerate.

However, in an interview with The New Indian, Sir Jagadesh Singh said that the coal and steel sector is suffering due to a lack of investments in the sector.

“We are going to invest in a new solar power project, which will increase the power capacity of the region, but coal and oil are suffering,” he said.

A study by the World Bank found that the Indian economy has not recovered from the effects of the 2008 global financial crisis.

Last year, the government imposed a coal ban in several states including Jammu, and promised to bring back the coal market by 2019.