Jharkhand Governor M.O.H.

The Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) has selected a Delhi-based agency to set up five new incinerators for quick disposal of biomedical wastes although another firm had quoted the lowest price.

The former chairman of JSPCB, C.R.

Ranchi, April 13: Biomedical waste upping the hazard quotient in the capital and elsewhere will soon be a thing of the past, courtesy Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB), which has decided to set up not one, but five new incinerators for quick disposal.

To be christened the Central Bio-waste Treatment Facility (CBWTF), the incinerator plants will come up in Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Dhanb

Jamshedpur, March 7: The Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL) is treading with caution to ensure that its public hearing for the expansion of Turamdih mines in Sundernagar gets over smoothly.

The Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) has fixed March 10 as the new date of the hearing after the original October 20, 2010, meeting was called off following protests from villagers op

Dhanbad, Feb. 27: Barely 40 hours after a mine lift snapped at a BCCL colliery in Chandmari, the roof of another in Kumardubi, owned by Eastern Coalfields Limited, caved in killing one person today.

While pump operator Badal Bauri died on the spot, cable man Naresh Nonia sustained injuries.

Dhanbad, Feb.

Dhanbad, Jan.

Dhanbad, Oct. 26: Union labour secretary P.K. Chaturvedi today said the Centre was serious about the safety of contract labourers in the mining sector and would take all possible steps, including framing laws, to ensure better facilities at work for them.

Ranchi, Sept. 13: Taking cue from their counterparts in Mumbai and Delhi, Ranchi police plan to observe the state

Dhanbad, Sept.

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