Ranchi: National University of Study and Research in Law (NUSRL), in Kanke on Wednesday became India's first law university to extensively use solar power on campus, with its students celebrating t
In October 2016, the Jharkhand Government directed all districts to use their District Mineral Foundation (DMF) investments for developing piped-water schemes and construction of toilets to meet th
The most talked about issue that comes ahead of setting up any power plant in Jharkhand—compulsory power sharing agreement with the State—has gone for a major shift in the new energy policy draft b
The government's green panel has disapproved amendments to the environment clearance sought by Bharat Coking Coal for its Jharia Coalfields in Jharkhand due to the absence of forest clearance, as p
Ranchi: Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) has slapped a deadline of 30 days on unauthorised automobile service centres, asking them to get their units registered so that a no-objectio
Prime Minister Narendra Modi pressed the button to start the country's first solar-powered district court in Khunti on October 2, 2015.
Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Bihar and Jharkhand together want to buy 3,000 MW of power under a government scheme to promote purchases from plants without PPAs.
Jamshedpur: Monsoon hasn't arrived in Jharkhand, but dengue has.
Jamshedpur: Tatanagar is set to become a green station.
Jamshedpur: Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee (JNAC), which has seized 18 tonnes of banned plastic carry bags from shopkeepers in the last seven months, plans to make the city 'polythene free' by
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