Police on Thursday busted an arms factory of a banned Maoist outfit in Jharkhand’s Simdega district, barely hours after the arrest of a gun-maker with alleged links to a jailed legislator.
The Asurs were once hunter-gatherers whose life was closely linked to the forests they lived in. However, when the British enacted the Indian Forest Act in 1865, several tribes like the Asurs were cut off from their roots.
The four-day special session of the new Jharkhand Assembly will begin from January 6 under the chairmanship of pro tem speaker Stephen Marandi, chief minister Raghubar Das announced on Sunday. Das asserted that he was determined to give corruption free governance and improve the law and order situation in the state
Ankit Raj has not just secured 99.48 percentile in Combined Admission Test (CAT) for admission to 13 existing and six proposed Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs). He is also known for his philanthropic pursuits such as teaching tribal children and financing them to purchase books.
Cold wave continued unabated in Jharkhand with minimum temperature dropping by 3-7 degrees below the normal temperature across Jharkhand. Ranchi shivered at 4.8 degree Celsius and its suburb Kanke at 1.1 degree on Saturday night. The meteorological department has predicted that the minimum temperature may slip further if north-westerly wind speed exceeds
There have been many Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders who worked behind the curtains to help party achieve the 41 seat mission in Jharkhand, besides the top Central leaders
Former chief minister Babulal Marandi blamed the Assam government for not being sensitive to violence against tribal settlers
Two 17-year-old tribal girls working in a hotel in Jharkhand's temple town Rajrappa were allegedly gang-raped by the owner and his two friends. One of the victims later died at a hospital in Ranchi.
The cold wave conditions continued unabated in Jharkhand, claiming two more lives at Vishrampur block in Palamu and leaving thousands of homeless and destitute to the mercy of biting cold on Saturday
Seven out of 16 seats that are going to polls on Saturday in the Santhal Parganas may upset the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) applecart of getting a clear mandate in the state
At least 264 crucial Uttarakhand projects are hanging fire as majority of them are awaiting clearance from the union government on forest land transfer issues, according to a state report here.
Four employees of the Director General of Mines Safety (DGMS) were freed from Maoist custody on Friday, a day after they were kidnapped while on an inspection of an abandoned asbestos mine at Roro village in West Singhbhum district
BJP president Amit Shah on Thursday accused the Congress of using former chief minister Madhu Koda to loot Rs 4,000 crore in Jharkhand
Maoists in Jharkhand did not discuss the issue of boycotting the assembly polls at an annual anniversary event attended by thousands of villagers, marking a radical departure from their usual stance ever since the group’s military wing was formed in the state 14 years ago.
BJP president Amit Shah on Thursday accused the Congress of using former chief minister Madhu Koda to loot Rs 4,000 crore in Jharkhand. Addressing four rallies, the BJP leader also accused the Cong of dislodging BJP governments.