Residents of Gunia build a temporary barrier with sandbags on the rivulet in December last year and a paddy grower in the village. Telegraph pictures
Rice stocked in the godowns of Jharkhand State Food Corporation have been rotting since the launch of MGNREGS seven years ago.
The much-delayed oil pipeline from Paradip to Ranchi via Raipur may see light of day soon.
In what could prove a breather to lakhs of people, who are forced to live with thick layers of cement dust generated by ready mix concrete (RMC) plants, minister of state for environment Sachin Ahi
A2Z Waste Management, the agency roped in by the civic custodians to keep Ranchi clean, has found a tech route to keep a tab on vehicles used for collecting and disposing garbage and their drivers.
The demand for borewell drilling machines is at an all-time high in Ranchi as residents grapple with the dual torture of soaring temperatures and taps running dry, the civic body’s call for minimal
The state’s maiden vulture breeding centre in Muta, 22km from Ranchi, may not have taken wing as yet, but Bhagwan Birsa Biological Park in Ormanjhi, closer to the capital, may soon boast a special
For the first time in more than four decades, Jharkhand State Electricity Board (JSEB) has initiated an ambitious proposal to desilt the Getalsud reservoir in order to ensure continuous hydel power
Dumka, April 29: Union minister for rural development Jairam Ramesh today frowned upon the state government and demanded greater reliability on the question of funds use after enduring a bumpy ride
Jamshedpur, April 17: Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL) today commissioned its last mining project in the state — an underground mine at Mohuldih in Rajnagar block of Seraikela-Kharsawan
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