Tata Steel has become the first company in India to adopt carbon capture technology. Carbon capture is the process of capturing carbon dioxide before it is released into the atmosphere.
“Jeevan Doot 108 Emergency Medical Ambulance Seva” will be launched on the lines of app-based cab aggregators like Uber and Ola.
Jharkhand finance minister says private schools contribute more to education than government schools, draws flak
The primary school teacher’s body announced that they will come to school wearing black badges on their arms on Tuesday in protest of the statement.
Out of the 1400 buildings identified for the purpose, installation of solar power plants in 783 buildings have already been completed.
CCTV footage of the judge being hit by the auto-rickshaw has led to allegations that he was intentionally targeted.
Archers Komolika Bari and Ankita Bhagat, who won medals at the Archery World Cup, will be given a cash prize of Rs 20 lakhs each, it said.
The plants produced by these SHGs will cater to the requirement of various plantation schemes launched in Jharkhand to create jobs for the migrants who returned home during the lockdown.
The state government issued a detailed document to deal with the possibility of the third wave, which may lead to an increased number of infections among children.
Chief Minister Hemant Soren, through his Twitter handle, announced that the decision has been taken looking at the demand of parents.
While shops will remain open till 4 pm, there will be a complete lockdown from Saturday 5 pm till Monday 6 am.
COVID task forces have been formed in all the 260 blocks for intensifying coronavirus tests and distribution of home isolation kits, in addition to ensuring the availability of ambulances.
The state government in a letter to Deputy Commissioners of all the 24 districts has asked for formation of 'Block COVID Task Force' in all the 260 blocks and intensify coronavirus tests.
All deputy collectors have been asked to hold a meeting with the representatives of the government and private hospitals to ensure that the government directive is fully implemented.
District Administration in Ranchi has launched a special drive to get the hostels run by welfare department for the tribal students vacated from unauthorized possession.
The state government has released the Giridih ADM's report to the media, denying that Savitri, 65, died due to starvation.