Ranchi’s Diary – The New Indian Express

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JD-U strives to be recognized in the state
After breaking away from the NDA fold, Bihar Chief Minister Janata Dal (United), led by Nitish Kumar, is now striving to gain recognition for his party in neighboring Jharkhand for which he has started making efforts in strengthening the party. JDU insiders have revealed that Nitish Kumar will be holding a big rally in Jharkhand very soon targeting OBC voters – a traditional ballot bank of BJP and its alliance partner AJSU. In that course, Nitish said the party was eyeing districts like Giridih, Baghmara, Chhatarpur, Tamar and Daltonganj. Bearing in mind the 2024 Assembly polls, the party is also seeking to garner support from the Bihari migrant population elsewhere in the country.

Run-a-Thon Green Promise
Steel giant Tata Steel has taken the decision to plant a sapling for every entry made for its ‘Jamshedpur Run-a-Thon’ marquee scheduled for November 20 at JRD Tata Sports Complex in Jamshedpur. According to sources, the decision to connect the plantations to running is made to further the cause of sustainability. The last physical edition of the event was organized in 2019, where more than 4,500 participants participated in three categories, representing 14 Indian states. In 2020 and 2021, the Virtual Run-a-Thon was held to provide continuity and keep the running community engaged.

Greet the villagers with Johar: Soren to babus
Chief Minister Hemant Soren instructed bureaucrats to keep in mind the local language and culture of the villagers and greet them with “johar” – a tribal word meaning greeting. Soren, while interacting with the deputy commissioners of the 24 districts via video conference on Thursday, also asked them to ensure the success of the second phase of the “Aapki Yojana, Aapki Sarkar, Aapke Dwar” campaign. Soren said if the local language and culture were kept in mind when interacting with villagers, it would help bridge the gap between government officials and the masses.

Mukesh Ranjan
Our correspondent in Jharkhand
[email protected]

JD-U Strives for State Recognition After splitting from the NDA fold, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Janata Dal (United) is now striving for recognition of his party in neighboring Jharkhand for which he started making efforts by strengthening partying. JDU insiders have revealed that Nitish Kumar will be holding a big rally in Jharkhand very soon targeting OBC voters – a traditional ballot bank of BJP and its alliance partner AJSU. In that course, Nitish said the party was eyeing districts like Giridih, Baghmara, Chhatarpur, Tamar and Daltonganj. Bearing in mind the 2024 Assembly polls, the party is also seeking to garner support from the Bihari migrant population elsewhere in the country. Green promise as part of Run-a-Thon Steel giant Tata Steel has taken the decision to plant a sapling for each registration made for its “Jamshedpur Run-a-Thon” marquee scheduled for November 20 at JRD Tata Sports Complex at Jamshedpur. According to sources, the decision to connect the plantations to running is made to further the cause of sustainability. The last physical edition of the event was organized in 2019, where more than 4,500 participants participated in three categories, representing 14 Indian states. In 2020 and 2021, the Virtual Run-a-Thon was held to provide continuity and keep the running community engaged. Greeting villagers with Johar: Soren to babus Chief Minister Hemant Soren instructed bureaucrats to keep in mind the local language and culture of villagers and greet them with ‘johar’ – a tribal word meaning greeting. Soren, while interacting with the deputy commissioners of the 24 districts via video conference on Thursday, also asked them to ensure the success of the second phase of the “Aapki Yojana, Aapki Sarkar, Aapke Dwar” campaign. Soren said if the local language and culture were kept in mind when interacting with villagers, it would help bridge the gap between government officials and the masses. Mukesh Ranjan Our correspondent in Jharkhand [email protected]

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