Minerals with the highest toxicity in the world include uranium and thorium, but the deadly ones in India are also found in a variety of other minerals.
The Timesof India reports that, for instance, a gram of the mineral kyanite is 20 times more toxic than the equivalent amount of arsenic.
And the arsenic levels in kyanites are so high that they can damage the kidney and lungs, and can also cause kidney and liver damage.
Kyanite also contains bismuth, which is found in many types of stone tools and is toxic to humans and animals.
But because it is toxic when it comes into contact with blood, it is not known whether it also causes cancer.
The toxic properties of the arsenic-containing mineral kanite, for example, have not been well studied, but there are signs that it can affect the reproductive organs.
In one study, researchers found that women who drank kyanitic water had a 50 percent increase in the number of miscarriages.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared arsenic to be a known carcinogen and is calling for the reduction of its use in the country.
However, the arsenic has also been found to be toxic to plants, animals and humans.
The WHO says that its research is ongoing and is looking into the potential of kyanonite as a food additive, a cosmetic or disinfectant.
The country where kyanitites are mined is the most toxic.
The mines are located in Kargil and Kolkata, and the ore deposits in both are estimated to be over 200,000 tonnes, which the mining company, Aga Khan Mines, says is enough for about 30 million kilograms of the deadly mineral.
According to the company, the mineral can be found in almost all the country’s mineral deposits, including the Himalayan, South Asian, and South Pacific minerals.
It is also known to be present in some parts of South Asia.
The mining company claims that it is a natural element, which has been in use for thousands of years.
But according to the WHO, it has not been proven that the mineral is safe for human consumption.
It has been found in two recent studies to contain traces of arsenic, but neither study has found any evidence that kyaniton has any cancer-causing properties.
In 2010, the Indian government banned kyanicite mining, citing a rise in cancer and respiratory diseases.
The country is still trying to control the mines, and many of the miners who have left the country are being prosecuted by the authorities for violations of their mining licenses.
According a WHO report, the country is now in the process of identifying all the mines and the minerals that contain the dangerous mineral, and is working with the mining companies to get them off the market.
It also wants to make sure that the minerals are not used in a way that could lead to the development of more toxic and toxic minerals.