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First person: The fire that’s been burning for a 100 years

What does the end of time look like? Jharia, in Jharkhand’s Dhanbad district, was once a lush forest. Coal was discovered in the region in the late 18th Century and by the beginning of the 19th, most of India’s minerals were mined here. As the imperial ... Asian Age, 1 day ago

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Admin to launch fresh attempt to rehabilitate residents in fire zone

DHANBAD, Sept. 24 -- Repeated instances of land cave-in and subsidence in Jharia have compelled the Dhanbad district administration to launch a fresh initiative to rehabilitate residents in the underground fire-zone. The district administration is ...
 HT Syndication5 days ago Cave-in, gas emission reported next to Dhanbad-Jharia road  HT Syndication3 weeks ago Dhanbad councillor's son found shot dead  HT Syndication1 month ago

Instagrammers from India, Uruguay and Ethiopia won this year's Getty photo contest

Ronny Sen ( @ronnysen ) has been photographing the lives of those who toil on the gigantic coal mine in Jharia, India for the past four years. The Indian Instagrammer and two other photographers recently won $10,000 each from Instagram Grant, which ...
 Quartz2 days ago India's development models have been flawed, says photographer Ronny Sen who won Getty Images Instagram Grant  Indian Express5 days ago
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Indian photographer honoured with Getty Instagram award for his hard-hitting pictures on Jharia coal mines

Kolkata-based photographer Ronny Sen has won the Instagram Grant for his snaps on the workers of the Jharia coal mines. Ronny Sen's work will be exhibited in NYC. Picture courtesy: Instagram/the end The talented photographer Ronny Sen has been ...
 India Today6 days ago Kolkata photographer gets Getty Images Instagram Grant for project on Jharia coal mines  DNA1 week ago Getty Images announces its three winners of $10,000 Instagram Grant competition  Digital Trends3 days ago A Kolkata photographer just won a $10,000 grant from Getty Images  Condé Nast Traveller India1 week ago
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'Everyone, from the British to the Govt & Communists, have failed Jharia's miners'

Indian photographer Ronny Sen is one of the three winners of the second annual Instagram grant. The grant fetes photographers who document stories from under-represented communities around the world using the platform of Instagram. Sen, who is ...
 Economic Times5 days ago Everyone, from the British to the Govt & Communists, have failed Jharia's miners, says photographer Ronny Sen  Economic Times5 days ago
New Delhi Pioneer

Man held on forgery charges

fraud caught a man named Sintu Sharma, a resident of Tati Jharia block from Guru Govind Singh Road Hazaribagh and handed him over to the sadar police. After lodging the complain of the victims police produced him before the court and was sent to JP ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

Rain hits water supply

Over 10 lakh residents of Jharia and Katras in Dhanbad district have been doing without water supply for the past three days.
 The Telegraph1 month ago

Free coaching for bright students

Around 2,785 bright students from 39 villages in the leasehold areas under Tata Steel's Jharia division got a perfect gift from the steel major on Thursday.
 The Telegraph1 month ago

Man killed as coal heap falls in Dhanbad

Dhanbad, Aug 5 (UNI) A man was killed as a coal heap fell upon him, while working at Dobari colliery of the BCCL under Jharia police station area in this district today. Police said the deceased has been identified as Diwar Kumar, a resident of ...
 United News of India1 month ago
The Telegraph

Toxic fumes hit 50 Jharia homes

Around 50 families of Jharia underground fire-hit Surratand locality on Dhanbad-Sindri Road, barely a kilometre from the coal town, woke up to a fog of poisonous gas and smoke, which started emitting around 5am on Thursday. Residents, however, blamed the ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago
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