According to a police official, villagers broke open the tank and found all six lying unconscious. They were declared 'brought dead' at a local hospital
Phase four of Jharkhand Assembly elections witnesses 62.54% voter turnout; polling in 15 seats peaceful
An estimated 62.54 percent of over 47 lakh electorate cast their votes in the fourth phase of Jharkhand Assembly elections to 15 seats on Monday, Election Commission (EC) officials said.
Jharkhand Assembly election: RJD announces first list of five candidates, fields former state minister Satyanand Bhokta from Chatra
RJD state unit president Abhay Kumar Singh on Monday said former Jharkhand minister Satyanand Bhokta will be the party's candidate for the Chatra seat, Sanjay Singh Yadav for Hussainabad, Sanjay Prasad Yadav for Godda, Suresh Paswan for Deoghar and Vijay Ram for Chhatarpur
Raghubar Das asserts development of tourism sector is priority of Jharkhand govt, says it will lead to economic development
Tourism will attract visitors from all over the world and bring foreign currency to our country, Das said. The state government, he said, remains committed to developing tourist spots such as Rajrappa, Itkhori, Parasnath, Anjanidham, Deoghar, Bashukinath and Maluti in Jharkhand
Expressing solidarity with jailed RJD chief Lalu Prasad, Samajwadi Party supremo Akhilesh Yadav said on Sunday that the "BJP did injustice" to him.
With Lalu Prasad sentenced in a fodder scam case, CBI official who probed the case Upen Biswas said he was certain that the offenders would be punished.
Fodder scam: RJD leaders claim political rivals' 'mischief' behind calls to CBI judge over Lalu Prasad case
RJD leaders asserted that none from the party made telephone calls to the special CBI judge at Ranchi, who is to pronounce the quantum of punishment to Lalu Prasad Yadav in a fodder scam case, but felt political opponents may have done so in the guise of RJD supporters
Fodder scam: Special CBI court to pronounce judgment against Lalu Prasad Yadav, Jagannath Mishra on 23 December
The fate of two former Bihar Chief Ministers — Lalu Prasad and Jagannath Mishra — will be decided by a special court on 23 December in a fodder scam case