On the outskirts of Jharia in the village of Laltanganj, large open fires – caused when the coal is exposed to oxygen – burn uncontrolled, night and day.
One of India's largest and most productive coal fields is also home to some of the longest burning fires in the world. About 70 fires have sprouted up at eastern India's Jharia coal fields, which cover more than 100 square miles
In pictures: India coal fires BBC News Days in Jharia are hot and smelly and bring drafts of nauseating air from the area as the coal mine fire threatens the village and its residents.
The coal field lies in the Damodar River Valley, and covers about 110 square miles (280 square km), and produces bituminous coal suitable for coke. Most of India's coal comes from Jharia. Jharia coal mines are India's most important storehouse of prime coke coal used in blast furnaces, it consists of 23 large underground and nine large open cast mines.
Jharia Coal Mine Fire and its Impact 7441 Using secondary sources of data, this paper is an attempt to discuss the problems relating to migration and displacement, health
Surface thermal anomalies associated with underground fires fire detection in coal mines of Jharia. Surface thermal anomalies associated with underground
Detection of coal mine fire in Jharia Coal Field, The coal mine fire map of satellite image was, MTech Thesis, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad . fire in
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Jharia coal mine fire hits train operations Business Line . Passenger train functioning will be impacted on the Dhanbad section, one of the busiest sections,
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The history of coal mine fire in Jharia coalfield can be traced back to 1916 when the first fire was detected. At present,
Safety in Coal Mines JHARIA & RANIGANJ MASTER PLAN Un scientific, unsystematic and illegal mining are the primary causes of fires resulting into subsidence Coal
Coal mining began in Jharia in 1894, and there are now more than 20 underground mines and several large open cast coal mines there. The coal is worked from open
Coal mine fire is a major problem in Jharia Coal Field (JCF). The surface and subsurface mine fire areas can be detected with different type of techniques like The surface and subsurface mine fire areas can be detected with different type of
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People living in the danger zone of underground mine fire in Jharia would have to be shifted at any cost, Union Coal Secretary Sushil Kumar said in Dhanbad on Friday.
Man work in coal mine, Jharia, Dhanbad, Huge coal mine field city Jharia, Dhanbad, Jharkhand, India. Many people living on with dirty coal gas with high toxic.
The large volumes of water can be released from aquifers during opencast and underground coal mining slopes in a fire prone mine in Jharia Coalfield
According to experts, unsafe and illegal mining has led to fire in coal deposits under the surface of the Jharia coalfields. (Representative Image: Reuters)
· Jharia is famous for a coal field fire that has burned underground for nearly a century. The first fire was detected in 1916.  According to records, it was the Khas Jharia mines of Seth Khora Ramji Chawda (1860–1923), who was a pioneer of Indian coalmines, whose mines were one of the firsts to collapse in underground fire
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Information Circular 9481 Fire Response Preparedness for Underground Mines By Ronald S. Conti, Linda L. Chasko, William J. Wiehagen, and Charles P. Lazzara,