The floods showed no signs of abating in Ghatal, Sabang, Daspur, Pingla and Dantan blocks of West Midnapore with the Subarnarekha, Kapaleswari, Keleghai and Silabati rivers in spate.

Though the water level of Silabati river is receding very slowly, there is bad news for Ghatal as the Rupnarayan is in spate.

Jamshedpur, July 5: The forest department is trying to rope in public sector enterprises to conserve forestland and thus promote eco-tourism.

Sanjeev Kumar, the divisional forest officer (DFO) of Dhalbhum, today convened a meeting with representatives of Uranium Corporation of India Ltd (UCIL), Hindustan Copper Ltd (HCL) and Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board to look into how the corporate

BALASORE: Even as the flood waters have receded in northern parts of Balasore, erosion of river embankments has left people scared.

BHUBANESWAR/BALASORE: Several rivers in northern Orissa were in spate on Saturday following incessant rains as two persons were swept away by Baitarani river in Keonjhar district.

A man and his son went missing while crossing Baitarani near Satahalia village.

Jamshedpur, May 29: The state water resources department today decided to resume work on a 113km stretch of Subernarekha Multipurpose Project (SMP)

Jamshedpur, April 15: More than 100 people due to be displaced in the wake of Chandil dam

Jamshedpur, March 23: The Subernarekha is unlikely to be rid of water hyacinths anytime soon with the authorities at Chandil Dam turning down Tata Steel

Jamshedpur, Feb.

Jamshedpur, Nov.

Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) guidelines to protect Subernarekha from immersion hazards were once again blatantly ignored in the steel city.

A maiden survey conducted by the JSPCB