Use and transportation of explosives in mining areas of Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) will soon be monitored online and in adherence to guidelines provided by Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation (Peso), a wing of the Union ministry of commerce and industry.

With several CCL mining areas located in Naxalite pockets, safety and transportation of explosives have always been a matter of

Ranchi, April 28: The sun will light up on Jari village even after sundown.
The Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) has decided to adopt the native village of war hero Albert Ekka, starting with a solar lighting initiative.

Ranchi, April 14: All but ruling out the possibility of National Thermal Power Corporation

Hazaribagh, April 10: The desiltation work at Hazaribagh lake has come to a halt with the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) officials asking the district officials to immediately clear the mud, which has accumulated as a result of digging a small portion of the water body.

The NTPC had come forward to clean the lake after the Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) backed out.

Local MP and

Ranchi, April 7: The latest state-wide 72-hour blackout after the breakdown of Tenughat Vidyut Nigam Limited (TVNL) has led Jharkhand State Electricity Board (JSEB) today to ask Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) for power from its upcoming Maithon Right Bank Thermal Power Project, commonly referred to as Maithon Power.

In an SOS to DVC, JSEB requested that a power purchase agreement be inked be

New Delhi: The coal ministry has raised alarm over rejection of environmental clearance to a stretch of railway line being laid in Jharkhand

Kavitha Venkatraman

Chennai: Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) is likely to jon hands with government-owned Coal India Ltd (CIL) to bid for captive coal mines abroad. The company is likely to float a special purpose vehicle (SPV) which will have equal equity participation from both the PSUs.

Hazaribagh, April 5: A major mishap at Central Coalfield Limited

Coal companies, mainly the Central Coalfield Limited (CCL), Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL) and Eastern Coalfields Limited (ECL), seem to be neglecting the safety directives issued by the Director General Mining Safety (DGMS) resulting in many ecological problems as well as health hazards to the people residing close to the coal mining sites of the State.