Ranchi, March 2: Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) today got a new website

- Visiting central team denies PSUs

Dhanbad, March 2: A holiday in the grimy coal belt? You sure shudder at the thought today. But your choice might just change tomorrow when the Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL), in association with the state tourism department, turns the hitherto uninviting land into a desired destination.

Dhanbad, March 1: Union minister of state for coal Santosh Bagrodia today said that the Jharia coalfield was sitting on an atom bomb. He was referring to the inferno raging underneath.

The minister, who was in the district to inaugurate the statue of former Prime Minister late Rajiv Gandhi at Koylanagar, emphasised on the need for immediate implementation of the Jharia Action Plan.

- Illegal mining and mushrooming sponge iron units spell pollution peril for Giridih


Up in smoke: Iron and steel factory in Giridih
Giridih, Feb. 24: For a getaway once famed for its uncontaminated ambience, this is a shocker. Rampant mining of coal and mica and poison fumes billowing out of sponge iron factories have left Giridih in its dying breath.

The two-decade-old land controversy involving a project of the Central Coalfield Limited (CCL) in Giridih has reared its head again.

LUCKNOW: The state government appears pushing the ball hard in the Centre's court over the prevailing power crisis in UP. First, it complained about insufficient power from the Central pool, and now the state government has lodged its apprehension about power production in UP being hit by an insufficient coal supply.

Jamshedpur, June 1: Concerned over the rising level of air and water pollution, the Damodar Bachao Andolan Evam Jal Jagrukta Abhiyan would stage a massive dharna in front of the headquarters of Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) in Ranchi on June 5 coinciding with World Environment Day.

Yamunanagar: The two major thermal plants of the state - the Yamunanagar-based Deen Bandhu Chhotu Ram Thermal Power Project of 600 MW and the Super Thermal Plant, Panipat, of 1360 MW - have come under the category of super critical stage due to shortage of coal in the stock for these plants.