Sanjoy Dey is principal correspondent in Jharkhand and writes on government, urban development, forest and environment, tourism, rural development and agriculture. He likes to write human interest stories.
- As per the evidence found in Hazaribagh, it appeared that the Buddhist structures were built during the Pala period, said an archaeologist with the ASI.
- More than 32 lakh government school students in Jharkhand from class-1 to class-7 might be promoted to higher classes without any examination.
- Classes for students studying in class 8 and above are also set to resume in schools.
- Ten people, who are stranded, want to return to Jharkhand.
- While nine labourers belonged to Jharkhand's Bethat village, six hailed from Ramgarh district.
- The examinations will be held from May 4 to 21. Earlier, it was scheduled to be conducted from March 9 to March 26.
- He works as a coal loader in an opencast mine in Jharia; as a daily wager, he is dependent on the work he gets every day.
- Six people went to extract mica scrap from a closed mine illegally and were buried in the debris after a large chunk of mine roof caved in Jharkhand's Koderma district.
- The objective of the initiative is to improve the learning level of students and develop the selected schools into best-in-class schools as per national and international standards, so that students of Jharkhand, particularly rural areas, can compete with students of other education boards.
- The residential schools are closed since March 17, 2020. Jharkhand Education Project Council (JEPC) issued a detailed SOP to reopen schools and hostels. Students to be allowed to attend classes and hostels with certain precautions