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Task of restoring the lost glory of once famed Palamu Tiger Reserve (PTR) is going to be handed over to Global Tiger Forum, an international-level wildlife conservation organisation providing consultancy services in the field of tiger protection. Highly-placed sources in the Forest, Environment and Climate Change Department shared the information with...
Students of XLRI — Xavier School of Management, Jagruti Vojjala and Anunay Arora have won the International New Future (INF) Challenge organised by global innovation company – 3M. The global competition was held at 3M Headquarters in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA in July. The XLRI student team was adjudged winner...
Tata Power’s generation capacity has increased by nearly 9 per cent in Q1 FY17 as compared to Q1 FY16. The company, together with all its subsidiaries and jointly controlled entities, has an installed generation capacity of 9432 MW (as of August, 2016) as compared to 8669 MW in FY16 mainly...
Daltonganj railway station superintendent AK Tiwary has written a memorandum to inspector of Railway Protection Force (RPF) to deploy its forces at traffic railway crossing gate near Kutchehry. The demand has come since a high speed auto rickshaw on Wednesday crashed to the crossing damaging it partially. According to Tiwari It...
DC Ravishankar Shukla has urged the conscious denizens of the society to come forward in making Hazaribagh ODF. In a meeting with the block officials, media and representatives of social organization held in Suchna Bhawan Auditorium on Thursday discussion on various aspects of this issue took place. DC Shukla not...
Centre for Bharatiya Marketing Development, a wing of Swadeshi Jagaran Manch, is all set to organise Swadeshi Mela from October 18. The members of the Swadeshi Jagran Manch released the Swadeshi Mela souvenir at its office in Bistupur on Thursday. The members on the occasion of its souvenir release today said...
City police on Thursday resorted to lathi-charge on protesters who blocked Bharat Mata Chowk on Harmu Road for over two hours against the district administration evicting illegal occupants of several houses of Yamuna Nagar following Schedule Area Regulatory (SAR) Court’s order. Possession of at least six such houses of Yamuna Nagar...
Calling AJSU Party’s statement that former Chief Minister Hemant Soren has no right to speak on CNT and SPT Acts as he himself has purchased lands at several places by violating the provisions of this Act as a mockery, Jharkhand Mukti Morcha said that they were the same people who...
In a bid to solve problems and make physically-challenged people aware of their rights and services, office of the State Disabled Commissioner is to organise a day-long Mobile Court-cum-awareness camp at Aryabhatta Auditorium here on Saturday. The mobile court-cum-awareness camp will be inaugurated by Governor Droupadi Murmu at 9 am. “It...
The success stories of Indian women at Rio Olympics has inspired Chief Minister Raghubar Das to open dahi handi competitions for girls in city. Hailing the achievements of shuttler PV Sindhu and Sakshi Malik at the Rio Olympics, Raghubar Das on Thursday announced during the prize distribution ceremony of dahi handi...
If you kill the dog, females will breed more. Dogs will also come from outside. I’m with the people of Kerala, but if you keep killing dogs, you do things that do not work.
Sufi saints were given birth by women. Then why we are barred (from entering the inner area of Haji Ali dargah)?
If India is to meet the challenge of change, incremental progress is not enough. That is why my vision for India is rapid transformation, not gradual evolution.