Kendriya Durga Puja Samity's (KDPS) initiative to transform the conventional synthetic idols in the puja pandals to organic ones is facing opposition from many.
A division bench of Jharkhand high court comprising acting chief justice D N Patel and Justice S Chandrashekhar expressed deep concern over the pollution of Damodar river.
The government is working on a plan to extend the state's green cover, which, according to the forest department's website, has witnessed a growth of 340 sq km in 2011.
Wildlife in the forests of Chandwa and Balumath in Palamu division's Latehar district will be severely affected by mining in the North Karanpura Coal Block (NKCB), said D S Srivastava, a member of
Fourteen-year-old Raju plays marbles with his friends on a roadside at Jharia in this coal mining city while trucks travel past them showering fly ash being carried uncovered, exposing them to poll
A team of wildlife experts, constituted by the state government to find out the impact of coal mining in North Karanpura Coal Blocks (NKBC), has suggested to the forest department to declare a pris
A new sewerage model is all set to replace the traditional one in Ranchi households enabling improved drainage system across the city.
When it came into existence in 2000, Jharkhand had promised several benefits to its tribal population.
Low rainfall in the state has more than affected crops this kharif season and is forcing farmers to migrate to other parts of the country for livelihood.
At a time when the Centre is busy improving literacy rate in the country and is implementing schemes to encourage more children, especially in the rural areas, to join schools, the real picture at
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