Ranchi, Feb. 26: Jharnet, the state

PRADUMAN CHOUBEY
Dhanbad, Feb. 20: For Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL) workers associated with the Moonidih Project, living in over 300 quarters of the company, soon there will be light.

Planning Commission member Kirti S. Parikh on Friday inaugurated the coal bed methane (CBM) generating unit at the Moonidih Colliery of BCCL.

Ranchi, Feb. 5: The National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) plans to increase its present capacity of 30,000MW to 51,000MW by the end of the 11th Five-Year Plan.

And for this, it is planning to hold talks with the state government so that it can set up units in the state.

Ranchi, Jan. 15: The country is rapidly heading towards an oil crisis in the days to come and to help check the situation, oil companies of the state today joined hands to spread awareness about the need to conserve oil and gas among the masses.

RUDRA BISWAS
Ranchi, Jan. 2: There

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G.K. Pillai: New avenues
Ranchi, Jan. 1: Heavy Engineering Corporation Limited. Ranchi (HEC) has resolved to forge into new avenues of nuclear and thermal power, setting itself ambitious goals to tide over the economic downturn that threatens to loom over the New Year.

An interview with Tilman A Ruff, Australian head of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN). At Jadugoda in East Singhbhum, Jharkhand, he observed a human settlement perilously close to the mines of Uranium Corporation of India.

Dhanbad, Dec. 24: It

Jamshedpur, Nov. 30: Industrial units are now facing a fresh challenge.

The fixed power tariff plan of the Jharkhand State Electricity Board (JSEB) is adding to their heavy burden of losses.

The state electricity board has proposed public-private partnership for the three new thermal power projects, with a total generating capacity of 5000 MW.

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