-ArcelorMittal pays up to ensure 1,000 acre govt land in Kamdhara

Ranchi: ArcelorMittal has deposited Rs 12 crore to the state in lieu of government land for its ambitious greenfield project, indicating it wasn

- Fruit creates mass market in state, higher production target set for this year


Strawberry plantation at a farm owned by ICAR research institute in Ranchi on Thursday. Picture by Hardeep Singh
Ranchi, March 5: Mustard fields are pass

For the tribals of villages in the Gumla and Khunti districts of Jharkhand, where the Arcelor-Mittal steel plant is to be situated, the company does not spell employment opportunities as much as an annihilation of their way of life, their culture and the environment.

Ranchi, Oct. 20: The state

Ranchi: Steel major ArcelorMittal was today able to break the ice with over 200 villagers of Khunti and Gumla districts where it is scouting for land to set up mega steel and power projects with an investment of over Rs 40,000 crore.

-State government to promote forests to woo visitors with lodges & safaris in parks, tiger reserves


A restaurant nestles on the banks of a placid lake in Hazaribagh national park. The government wants to develop such places with private participation

Ranchi, July 21: The state forests would be used to promote tourism in a major way.

The tourism department is trying to get into public-private partnerships with well-known names in the field of eco-tourism and develop a project according to the demands of tourists.

Ranchi, March 28: Technical snags forced a shutdown at Patratu Thermal Power Station in Ramgarh, plunging the capital and 11 districts into darkness today. The situation is unlikely to improve in the next four days.