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Employees' stir hits classes, work at BAU

Over 900 employees of Birsa Agriculture University (BAU) went on an indefinite strike today, paralysing routine work at the varsity and its five affiliated colleges. Also, classes at Ranchi Agriculture College, Ranchi Veterinary College, Faculty of Forestry, ... The Telegraph, 2 months ago

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Calcutta Telegraph, 2 months ago

CUJ gears up for Community Radio Station

nity Radio Station (CRS) for Central University of Jharkhand (CUJ) approved by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (I&B) in January is gradually gaining momentum. The University fraternity in this initial phase is in touch with Broadcast ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Weather takes a turn, brings relief to candidates & voters

RANCHI: The sudden change in weather came as a huge respite to candidates in poll fray. Campaigning tirelessly in the sweltering heat for the past several days, the slight dip in temperature allowed them a chance to hold meetings without a single ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Bees disrupt polling for 20 minutes at Lohardaga booth

RANCHI: It was not Maoist rebels, who detonated a series of bombs in Latehar and tried to attack a polling booth in Gumla, but a swarm of honeybees that disrupted voting in the state on Thursday. A polling station in the Lohardaga parliamentary ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Scores of seasonal migrants to miss out on voting

RANCHI: Thousands of seasonal migrants will be deprived of exercising their right to vote in the upcoming general elections. Even though the state labour department does not maintain data regarding the number of labourers migrating to other states, ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Dramatic end to varsity stir

Nearly 900 grade III and IV employees of Birsa Agricultural University, protesting over the past three weeks to demand payment of wage arrears and promotions, ended their stir on Monday in the wake of the election code of conduct that is in effect across the ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Winter wonders: February is the new December

The weather god was at his maverick best last month. Meteorological figures have confirmed what the residents have been guessing all along — February 2014 was the wettest and coldest in Jharkhand in a decade, the unseasonal showers being brought ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Untimely rain, long winter likely to ruin mango crops

d and untimely shower coupled with fog and cold waves throughout the State from past few days has become a source of worry for the mango growers. Although it was not a heavy rain but even a slightest drizzle in this season may harm the mango ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Off-season rain to boost agri yield

RANCHI: A fresh cloud cover, comprising medium to low range clouds, was seen hovering over the state on Friday and it caused rainfall in most parts of Jharkhand during the past 24 hours. While Ranchi recorded 33.8 mm rainfall, Jamshedpur and ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Lockout threat on varsity today

Over 900 Grade III and IV employees of Birsa Agricultural University (BAU) under the banner of Jharkhand Karmachari Morcha on Thursday warned that they would force a complete lockout of the university from Friday unless their nine-point charter of demands, ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago
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