Jharkhand High Court today pulled up the state pollution board for failing to take action against industries for harming the environment in and around Dhanbad and asked its Delhi bosses to consider
Ranchi, July 25: Jharkhand High Court today issued notices to Monnet Ispat, Punjab State Power Corporation and Damodar Valley Corporation for polluting River Damodar.
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Hazaribagh town will plunge into an acute water crisis if monsoon does not arrive on time.
As many as 345 solar street lamps are being installed in Tata Steel’s 39 leasehold villages in Jharia division under the company’s corporate social responsibility programme.
Chairman of JSPCB Manishankar, who met BCCL officials in Dhanbad today, asked them to carry out a water sprinkling drive along coal routes to contain air contamination.
Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) has planned a major drive to rein in polluting companies in the state and prepare a database that will help maintain a continuous check on violation
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has directed the state administration to take immediate corrective steps and submit an action taken report within six weeks after taking strong exception
A central plan for piped water supply through dual solar powered pumps will cover six panchayats in Saranda, with Union minister Jairam Ramesh closely monitoring progress to effect a promised turna
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