From a steel city to a vegetable bowl, Jamshedpur is ready for a paradigm shift in its identity with ponds, check dams and groundwater recharge models in the pipeline to end irrigation woes.
- Recharge pits spring hope for parched capital, MP funds to sprout vegetable bowl in steel hub
Chief minister Arjun Munda today announced a relief package of Rs 410 crore for the 39 lakh farmers’ households in the state to tide over the adverse impact of erratic rainfall on the kharif crop t
Hazaribagh, July 29: A Hazaribagh NGO today launched a maiden scheme in the district and neighbouring Chatra, promising free healthcare to villagers in 28 blocks.
Play a dry Holi, save water — reads a newspaper advertisement put up by the state drinking water and sanitation department. But the department for one doesn’t seem to practise what it preaches.
Ranchi, July 24: Jharkhand has earned the dubious distinction of being one of the worst performers in climate and environment protection, faring poorly in a survey carried out by the Planning Commi
Ranchi, July 24: The Saranda villagers’ wish of getting piped water and toilets at their houses may actually get fulfilled.
If you want to make the greens your research den, the forest department is only too eager to help.
Acting on a Jharkhand High Court order, the government has decided to phase out 25,000 old and smoke-belching commercial vehicles from the first day of next month.
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
How green is green?
Doha: inaction in the face of urgency
Coal mines to get automatic nod for first expansion