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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 Telegraph, 4 days ago

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Dhanbad councillor's son found shot dead

DHANBAD, Aug. 14 -- A 38-year-old transporter was found shot dead in Jharia area of Dhanbad district late on Friday night, police said. The deceased, Nagendra Yadav, was the son of Hulaso Devi, the councillor of ward number 44 under the Dhanbad ...
 HT Syndication1 week 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 Telegraph2 weeks 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 India2 weeks 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 Telegraph4 weeks ago

Pollution control drive hit as monitoring unit catches fire

DHANBAD, July 26 -- A Real Time Air Quality Index machine, installed at Jharia-Jamadoba for monitoring pollution status of the state's coal belt, was gutted in a fire triggered by short circuit, an official said on Monday. Officials of Regional ...
 HT Syndication1 month ago

Schools kids join save-environment drive

DHANBAD, July 14 -- School children and social activists took out a rally at Jharia coalfields to raise awareness about the rising pollution in the town. The children held a sapling in one hand and a placard in the other, calling on Jharia residents ...
 HT Syndication1 month ago
Money Control

MECON can provide sols to douse fire in Jharia coal fields

State-run MECON today said it can provide solutions to douse fire and extract coking coal from the coal fields in Jharia (Jharkhand). The firm provides technical consultancy for project implementation from concept to commissioning for ...
 Business Standard1 month ago MECON can provide solutions to douse fire in Jharia coal fields  Money Control1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Chariots charm Coal Belt

Residents of Jharia pull the chariot in Dhanbad on Wednesday. (Gautam Dey) Traditional fervour and gaiety marked Rath Yatra festivities in Bokaro and Jharia in Dhanbad on Wednesday. In Bokaro, celebrations began around 11am with puja at ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
The Telegraph

New rath for coal hub's oldest yatra

Jagannath, Subhadra and Balbhadra will travel across Jharia on a new chariot worth Rs 1.30 lakh this Rath Yatra. The oldest Rath Yatra in Dhanbad district, the Jharia festival was started in 1931 by trader Ramkhelawan Sao following a divine order in his ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago
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