Jharkhand Government has launched the ‘Shaheed Gram Vikas Yojana’ to develop villages of freedom fighters. The initiative was inaugurated by Amit Shah along with Jharkhand Chief Minister at Ulihatu Village, the birth place of freedom fighter and Jharkhand's tribal icon, Birsa Munda. Under the scheme, villages of many tribal freedom fighters will be developed and their habitants will be provided with basic amenities.
The Jharkhand assembly has passed the Religious Freedom Bill 2017, also known as the anti-conversion Bill, in an attempt to stop forced conversions in the state. The ruling government rejected the demand of opposition for more scrutiny.
With the approval of Religious Freedom Bill 2017, Jharkhand is planning to place itself in the league of states where a stringent anti-conversion law is in place.
Naidu urged State Government to make use of the platform of Community Radio to ensure last mile reach. The Community radio was an empowering tool which caters to the information needs of the people in local language/dialect.
The Union government has decided to restore a 40-year-old project to do away with water woes in Bihar and Jharkhand.
PM Modi inaugurated Govindpur-Jamtara-Dumka-Sahebganj Highway and dedicated to the nation Solar Power Facility at the Sahebganj district court premises.
For redevelopment of the Deoghar airport, the Jharkhand government has acquired 600.34 acres of land which will be handed over to AAI apart from the existing 53.41 acres Deoghar Airport land.
The Jharkhand Chief Minister, Raghubar Das has announced that the state government is soon going to ban the use of polythene bags.
During the summit, the Department of Industries of Jharkhand showcased the State’s development potential.
The state government will establish five universities during the financial year 2017-18 in the state.
Under the DBT Scheme, PDS kerosene is being sold at non-subsidised price and the subsidy is being transferred to consumers directly into their bank accounts.
Particularly vulnerable tribal group (PVTG) (earlier known as Primitive tribal group) is a government of India classification created with the purpose of enabling improvement in the conditions of certain communities with particularly low development indices.
Its objective of the scheme is to create equality and harmony in society, ensuring all round development.
The announcement was made at the inaugural function of the National Archery Championship (Indian round) at Arjuna stadium.
MLA's local area development funds increased from present three crores to four crores rupees a year and procedure for withdrawal of this fund has been simplified.
The Adani Group has entered into an agreement with Bangladesh Power Corporation to provide it energy and the proposed plants in Jharkhand will help the company to supply power to Bangladesh.
The Jharkhand Mega Food Park is a public private partnership project under the aegis of the Mega Food Park Scheme of the Union Ministry of Food Processing Industries.
The flag is 66 feet in height, 99 feet in width and hoisted on a 293 feet-tall pole.
The courts will be formed in Ranchi, Chaibasa, Khunti, Palamau and Simdega districts.
The decision will cover those districts where the rainfalls have been less than 75 percent of the normal or where the groundwater level has gone below by four meters or more.
With this, Jharkhand becomes first state to sign MoU with Centre for power scheme UDAY.
With this, one would be able to get information about the land which is available at the district and the circle area level with a click of a mouse.
Central Coalfield Limited is a subsidiary of Coal India Limited (CIL), an undertaking of the Union Ministry of Coal.
The state Cabinet also decided to send the report to the Union Government and request it to send a team to Jharkhand for assessment of drought in the state.
To facilitate quick clearance for industries, the state government introduced Advantage Jharkhand Portal, the country's first single window portal.
The pipeline will pass through six districts, Bokaro, Giridih, Hazaribagh, Dhanbad, East Singbhum and Ranchi.
The ATS will be headed by an official of the rank of Superintendent of Police and will have six DSP and 11 Inspectors in it.
The government also decided to provide tab to all girl students of 8th standards of state-run Kasturba Gandhi schools.
Sale of Thermocol Plates was banned with an aim to promote leaf plates and generate employment for the poor and tribal people of the state, who is engaged in making leaf plates.
The Cabinet, chaired by Chief Minister Raghubar Das gave the nod for the Ordinance to make Jharkhand rid of corruption by setting up adequate special courts.