ArcelorMittal says it is awaiting Jharkhand government

- Rs 51 crore plan to lay new pipelines from Damodar to city will take another year
Residents of Chas, living through a severe water crisis, are looking at another year of hardship with the Rs 51.02 crore project to lay a new pipeline to the city staring at further delays despite assurances to the contrary by deputy chief minister Hemant Soren.

The Union government funded project, okayed in 20

Inspection report : M/s. Bokaro Steel Plant, B.S. City, Bokaro

Bokaro, March 1: Mineral-rich Jharkhand has both the power and prowess to split an atom, eminent scientist and director of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (Barc) Ratan Kumar Sinha said here today.

Buoyed by the handsome 31 per cent increase in the 2011-12 budget allocation for atomic energy, the premier multi-disciplinary nuclear research cradle of the country is hoping to expand its base and Sin

A 50-year-old labourer, Subal Mahato, was allegedly beaten to death by his employer for demanding revised wages in accordance with the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), in Bokaro on Saturday night.

According to NREGA Commissioner Ajay Kumar Singh, Mahato, a resident of Bathua village under Chas block in Bokaro district, was one of the nine workers hired to dig a

Bokaro, Jan.

To Address Growing Energy Need With Forests Security
THE group of ministers set up by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday will attempt to resolve a year of inconclusive discussions and efforts by the coal ministry to push through a liberal policy for diversion of forest land.

As of now, Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh is looking only at coalmines, but the policy might not end there.

NEW DELHI: Steel Authority of India Ltd. (SAIL) and South Korean steel giant POSCO are likely to come out with the detailed project report for jointly setting up a 1.5-million tonne steel plant in Bokaro, Jharkhand, within a month.

Talking to reporters on the sidelines of a conference here, Steel Secretary P. K.

Villagers Sign Binding Agreement With Steelmaker; Hopes To Get Remaining 1,000 Acres By December

STEEL giant ArcelorMittal, which has faced delays in acquiring land for its steel projects over the past four years, has signed a binding memorandum of understanding with the villagers of Bokaro for its proposed 12-million tonne greenfield project.