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'Santhal religious meet can be declared as state fair'

Bokaro, Nov. 27 -- Minister of tourism Amar Baori said the government would consider declaring the Santhal religious meet at Lalpania in Gomia block as a state fair if the local people made a request. He said after the declaration, the government ... HT Syndication, 1 day ago
Governor, tribal textbooks in sight Calcutta Telegraph, 2 days ago

15 years on, devpt distant dream for Santhal Pargana

Dumka: Under-development and the Maoist menace continue to plague Santhal Pargana region even after 15 years of the state's formation. The region was free from the Naxal menace despite being one of the most underdeveloped regions of undivided ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Cattle worship marks Diwali in Keonjhar

Keonjhar: Kudumi and Santhal communities, who depend on agriculture to sustain their families, observe Diwali in a unique way in Keonjhar district. Despite crop loss due to deficit rainfall, they are gearing up to observe the age-old Go Bandana ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Tribal meet to claim rights

Village heads at the meeting at Jaipal Singh Munda Stadium in Karandih on Sunday. Picture by Bhola Prasad Santhal tribals in Jamshedpur organised their first independent, non-political Majhi Pargana Mahal on Sunday to frame a charter of rights ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

From walls to cloth, now for the world

Santha embroidery with traditional tribal motifs on a table runner, tea cosy, bag and other items to be displayed at the World Travel Mart in London from November 2. Telegraph picture Ranchi, Oct. 30: As Jharkhand heads off to London tonight to ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 weeks ago
India Today

Campus buzz: In unfamiliar territory

Journalism students venture into Naxalite-hit West Bengal to document ordeals of the Santhal tribe. Seasoned journalists know the importance of seeing before believing and this lesson holds great importance particularly for young reporters.
 India Today4 weeks ago

Santhali film industry is in infancy but growing steadily

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Dumka, Oct. 25 -- The Santhali film industry is growing slowly but steadily. "Santhali films have their own audiences in the Santhal Parganas, Singhbum, ...
 HT Syndication1 month ago
Millennium Post

Seeking a Santhali niche

As a posthumous gift to Raghunath Murmu, a well-known proponent of the Santhali language and the founder of its most widely used script (Ol Chiki), the first Santhali daily newspaper is in the works. Hopefully, the newspaper will be launched later ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago

In India, people clap when others applaud …

By | The Indian Express He was one of the few Indian artists who helped bring sculptures back to the limelight in the early Eighties. It was the medium K S Radhakrishnan had discovered for himself after he journeyed from a village in Kottayam to ...
 Yahoo! India1 hour ago

18-month deadline for pending road projects

RANCHI: Chief minister Raghubar Das on Friday set a deadline of 18 months for the completion of the Ranchi-Bokaro-Dhanbad six-lane expressway and the Ranchi-Bokaro-Jamshedpur industrial corridor, the six-lane road of the Golden Triangle project. ...
 Times of India15 hours ago CM fiat on Ring Road  Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago
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