In the present study, 20 species of local underutilized leafy vegetables commonly consumed by tribals of Jharkhand, India have been identified through market survey of seven districts of the state. Among the leafy vegetables sold in fresh form, Amaranthus gangeticus was found highest in quantity followed by Amaranthus viridis, Ipomoea aquatica, Chenopodium album and Basella alba. Amongst those sold in dried form, Cassia tora was found highest in quantity followed by Vangueria spinosa and Ipomoea batatas.

Chakulia blocks participated in a stakeholders’ consultation in Baharagora on Tuesday to understand the roles and responsibilities they need to shoulder to render the constituency tuberculosis(TB)-

For the first time in J’khand, a 7 day ‘Environmental Conclave’ and ‘Paryavaran Mela’ will be held by Yugantar Bharti from May 29 to June 5 at Audrey House in Ranchi to showcase different dimension

Jamshedpur: The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), the New Delhi-based leading research outfit, has suggested four key areas which the District Mineral Foundation (DMF) of West Singhbhum sho

Jamshedpur: An old laptop or a mobile phone may be of no value, but did you know if discarded properly they have the potential to generate wealth and also save the environment?

RANCHI: Chief minister Raghubar Das on Sunday pledged to offer a helping hand to Jharkhand's minor forest producers by selling a bulk of their yearly produce through the newly constituted Mukhayama

JAIPUR: A large number of people in the state still do not have access to proper medical facilities.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone Bench) in the matter of Ram Lakhan Singh Vs State of Jharkhand & Others dated 23/01/2018 regarding various government structures and establishments existing within the protected forest areas in the Dumka district, Jharkhand.

It has been admitted before the Court that various government establishments and structures were either in existence from before or had been raised in the forest area without clearance being sought for under the Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980.

When the Union government nudged them to build a toilet, almost all the families in Jharkhand's Dulmi block complied. But many of them continue to defecate in the open even today.

Closure of seven working mines in state has triggered sharp price hikes by both, lessees and NMDC

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