The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Chinese hand in urban blueprint
The urban development department has decided to set up a planning and design institute in the capital which will help give a facelift to the old towns and cities of the state and develop townships. ...  | Read.. 
ATM low in shopping high
Sunday was a day of shopping for Dhanteras and Diwali. But for those who went to the ATMs to withdraw cash, it was a day...  | Read.. 
Dhoni brings fest-eve cheer
Diwali celebrations started a day early for Randhir Singh and Chanchal Bhattacharya as Mahendra Singh Dhoni toyed with S...  | Read.. 
Paternity leave in school
Would-be or just-been fathers of DAV Nandraj High School will get 15 days' paid paternity leave for their first two children...  | Read.. 
Wet blanket on colour bloom
Depression-induced rainfall may affect seasonal flowers

The depression over the Bay of Bengal has cast a shadow on Jharkhand's year-end bloom. ...  | Read.. 
People buy idols of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi on the eve of Diwali at a market in Sakchi. Picture by Bhola Prasad
Hello, it's Tuesday, November 01, 2005
Festival of lights
First Person
Kedar Prajapati
in-charge, crackers' mela
  Court should play an active role
  Stop cracker menace
  Fair effort
Patrons not to bank on cards
Customers should note that the next time they open a bank account and ...  | Read.. 
Creativity, no cost for Kali
It is time once again to celebrate the festival of lights in the city ...  | Read.. 
Criminal corpses identified
Police have identified the corpses of the three victims, which were dumpe...  | Read.. 
Comfortable wins
Loyola, St Mary's English School and Sacred Heart Convent posted comforta...  | Read.. 
Fright brings students back home
Fear writ large on the faces of Rohit Sinha and Raj Kumar Sharma, as t...  | Read.. 
Home problem end in sight
The controversy over the issue of over-aged 'juvenile' undertrials lod...  | Read.. 
Single date for Id celebrations
In a move to avoid confusion, members of the Jama Masjid Committee hav...  | Read.. 
Tribal work in B-school scan
The Tribal Cultural Society (TCS) will shortly approach Xavier Labour Rela...  | Read.. 
Board reveals Ranji hopefuls
The Jharkhand State Cricket Association (JSCA) today released a list of 25...  | Read.. 
Tribal rights hard talk
Two rallies at Dumka and Ranchi respectively, on November 10 and 30, w...  | Read.. 
Orissa focus on manpower
The Naveen Patnaik government has decided to set up training institute...  | Read.. 
Plans to float fish farms in state shores
A move by the fisheries department will give the public access to a local ...  | Read.. 
Pump action guns to stop unruly mob
The state police force is all set to introduce 'pump action guns' to contr...  | Read.. 
Pilferers gnaw at rice for poor
The state government has not been able to check the smuggling of foodg...  | Read.. 
Yoga camp for better health, players
In a bid to popularise yoga and help sportspersons develop coordinatio...  | Read.. 
Army wives' club organises career-counselling course
The Army Wives' Welfare Association (AWWA) organised a Career Counselling s...  | Read.. 
Munda spared, not Bihar
Shatrughan Sinha has chosen to keep silent on the affairs of the state...  | Read.. 
Tourism hardsell at Mumbai roadshow
The state tourism department is gearing up to sell the tourism potenti...  | Read.. 
Women More.. 
Words of wisdom & truth
Green & Wild More.. 
Shy winged visitors
Jharkhand at a Glance More.. 
Man beaten over wife's death
Identity demand
Awareness camp
SFI protests