For many of those who feel that agriculture does not have a future in the state, the farm fair organised at Jaipal Singh stadium is an eye opener.

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In order to boost production of clean energy source the Central Mine Planning and Design Institute Limited (CMPDIL), a subsidiary of Coal India Limited (CIL), would inaugurate on Monday a clearing house in the city. The new unit would enable those interested in extraction of methane from the coal mines of CIL to bring in technology and funds.

A member of Medical Association for Prevention of War, Australia, Tilman Alfred Ruff today visited Dungridih village in East Singhbhum that witnessed spilling of radioactive waste due to a leakage in the pipeline that carries it to the tailing pond of Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL).

A student who fell ill at the school undergoes treatment at a Ranchi hospital. Picture by Prashant Mitra

Ranchi, Nov. 13: At least five boys have died after consuming milk and snacks in a government-run residential school in Jharkhand, the tragedy unfolding on the eve of children

Civil surgeon V.K. Singh today conceded that at least three persons died of malaria at Tisri alone even as 30 people are feared to have fallen prey to the disease in the district.

The civil surgeon had sent a medical van to Gawah and Tisri blocks today for instant check-up of suspected malaria patients.

The standing committee of the Ranchi Municipal Corporation (RMC) today decided to make the state capital a safe food town.

Under the plan, the different food stalls, spread across the state capital, without caring for cleanliness and quality of food they offer, would be shifted to suitable locations.

A rise in temperature in Ladakh by just one degree, that too in the next 50 years, can shrink glaciers to less than one-fifth of their present size. Indications were available when Zaskar River melted before schedule, stranding 95 people, who had to wait for three months to return to the passes.

Giridih, Nov. 10: If records are anything to go by, implementation of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA) in Giridih has been worse than expected.

The NREGA analysis report prepared by the district administration to find out whether the job guarantee act is being properly implemented in panchayats has revealed some shock figures.

In a bid to foster scientific temper among the budding scientists, the annual science exhibition, Spectrum, was held at St Xavier

Surya Singh Besra: For better implementation

On the eve of 100 years of the Chhotanagpur Tenancy (CNT) Act coming into existence, the tribal organisations in the state advocated amendment in the act besides its proper implementation.