Ranchi, Jan. 13:Steel makers need to utilise resources judiciously and cause minimum damage to the environment, industry leaders have stressed.

Two Ranchi-based think tanks of Steel Authority of India (SAIL)

As many as 4,000 houses spread across 26 remote villages in six districts will emerge from darkness this February-end.

Dhanbad, Jan. 7: Fed up of prolonged power cuts and poor water supply since 2002

Pollution, poaching claim mammals as blueprint prepared by conservator gathers dust

Rajmahal, Jan. 5: The friendly Gangetic dolphin is on the verge of extinction in Sahebganj, one of the few pockets in the country having maximum density of this fresh water mammal.

Jamshedpur, Jan. 3: There is bad news in store for power pilferers.

The Jharkhand State Electricity Board (JSEB) is ready to crack its whip again.

After successful completion of its anti-power theft drive in Jamshedpur and Adityapur circles in December, JSEB is gearing up to continue the campaign in January too.

The coal industry has set a task for its former mentor, chief minister Shibu Soren. It has urged the new government to start laying of tracks in North Karnpura coalfields within five years.

Jamshedpur Utilities and Services Company (Jusco), a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Steel, has proposed huge capital expenditure to augment its existing infrastructure and extend its facilities to the fringe areas of the steel city.

The state can look forward to overcoming power shortage by 2011.

Crores have been spent over the past three years under the Central government

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