Apatry from the cleanliness campaign, the Government Girls School of Hazaribagh became the first school in the state where every student has own digital lockers.
The Hazaribagh administration will construct 50,000 toilets in its 61 panchayats to declare the district free from open defecation under the Clean India Campaign, deputy commissioner Mukesh Kumar said on Friday. “More than a thousand toilets have been constructed."
Three years ago, Mangra Munda sold his land in Jharkhand’s Khunti district to the government for Rs 95 lakhs for a proposed Knowledge City in the region, hoping to get out of the crushing poverty of small-time farmers.
Jharkhand chief minister Raghubar Das on Thursday handed over appointment letters to 1,679 high school teachers.
Jharkhand ranks 17th in the country in terms of traffic accident deaths, with 54 of them involving railways. An average of eight people each day died in road and railway accidents in Jharkhand as 2,955 fatalities were recorded in 2014.
Jharkhand is set to harness more than 2,600 MW of solar power in the next four-five years and roll out red carpet for large as well as small entrepreneurs in the field of solar photovoltaic power generation.
Two Ranchi engineering students have designed a computer methodology which they say can stop steganographic or coded messages from being transferred through the internet.
Miracle India, a Delhi-based NGO has submitted a proposal to the state social welfare department to set up a shelter home for marginalized women who are living without social or economic support.
28-yr-old Supriya Kujur started out by teaching just one child free of cost and under a banyan tree. Slowly more children joined her classes and she started a full- fledged school in 2012 for students till Class 5.
The Jharkhand government will set up a shelter home to provide free medical aid and adoption assistance for unmarried pregnant women and unwed mothers shunned by their families, officials and activists said on Wednesday.
Taking its war against the banned left wing extremist (LWE) outfit forward, the Jharkhand government on Monday increased the cash rewards for information on four functionaries of CPI (Maoist) from Rs 25 lakh to Rs 1 crore.
The banned left wing extremist group, CPI (Maoists), currently active in all the 24 district of Jharkhand, is headed for tougher days ahead as security forces have succeeded to infiltrate the group.
A top Maoist leader, who was carrying a reward of Rs 25 lakh on his head, was killed in an encounter with the police and his close aide was arrested in Jharkhand’s Gumla district.
The state government’s move to give environmental clearance to sand mining companies will reduce sand blackmarketing at higher prices and thereof make houses cheaper, real estate experts said on Tuesday.
Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and Rapid Action Force (RAF) staged a flag march in Mango on Tuesday evening as CRPF inspector general (IG) RK Mishra, Kolhan commissioner Arun and deputy inspector general (DIG) RK Dhan took charge of the steel city — turned into a battleground since Monday night with two communities clashing over an alleged eve-teasing incident.