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Big firms named in Ganga shame list

Ranchi, Nov. 12: Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) has listed on its website around 200 industrial, mining and other units, including Tata Steel, Central Coalfields Limited and Jindal, which were found to be polluting two offshoots of ... Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago

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Solar or Grid Power?

It has been observed that the States which are less electrified are mostly the backward States. This does not indicate that the State governments are not willing to extend help in electrifying rural areas. Rather it shows that financial constraints ...
 Observer India4 days ago


New Delhi: State-owned NTPC Ltd's concerns over the revised electricity tariff norms came home to roost with India's largest power generation utility posting a 17% decline in its second quarter profit. NTPC posted a net profit of `2,071.63 ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago

CBI lens on power board boss

Ranchi, Oct. 21: Jharkhand Urja Vikas Nigam Limited (JUVNL) chairman S.N. Verma and four other power officials are under the CBI scanner for alleged misappropriation of funds during an upgrade of Sikidiri hydel plant in 2011-12. The agency on ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Meaghamann Movie New Stills

Chilly Saturday in Delhi, cloudy Sunday expected | States fearful about losing Planning Commission: Uttarakhand CM | Tamil poet Subramania Bharti remembered (Lead, correcting dateline) | Saradha scam: Mitra denied bail, sent to CBI custody | Indian ...
 Chennai Online6 days ago
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State with many spin-offs

Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the rally at Gandhi Maidan in Hazaribagh on Saturday. (Vishvendu Jaipuriar) Hazaribagh, Dec. 6: Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the people of Jharkhand to vote for a BJP government in Jharkhand, promising ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Highways hold key to prosperity

A round 96km from Jamshedpur is Baharagora, the entry point to Jharkhand from Odisha and Bengal, connected by NH-33 and NH-6, respectively. The highways are the two lifelines for the Assembly constituency with an electorate of over 2 lakh voters ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

Target: 10 lakh cases

Ranchi, Nov. 22: Taking a cue from its counterpart in Tamil Nadu, the Jharkhand Legal Services Authority (Jhalsa) is gearing up to settle around 10 lakh cases at the second National Lok Adalat to be held in the state on December 6. While last-minute ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago

Varsity stares at verbal war

Student protests at Central University of Jharkhand (CUJ), Brambe, continued for the second consecutive day on Tuesday, with agitators demanding intervention from Union HRD ministry to plug in gaping infrastructure and resource lacunae. Holding ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Finance Secretary Mehrishi appointed to ADB board

Best time to be in India, Modi woos Australian business honchos (Second Lead) | Big B pitches for holistic online environment for kids | Five killed in nightclub blaze in Cambodia | Scores injured as sect followers clash with police (Second Lead) | ...
 Chennai Online1 month ago
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