The Telegraph
Wednesday , December 1 , 2010
Since 1st March, 1999
The victors return
From archers to explorers to shopaholics — it was quite a transformation for bronze belles Deepika Kumari and Rimil Biruily who beamed with memories of the land of the dragon as they chugged into the city of steel this morning....  | Read.. 
7-yr-old boards sixth slot in national chess
The 24th National Under-7 Chess Championship ended on a happy note at JRD Tata Sports Complex here today, with Jharkhand...  | Read.. 
Twin drives help clear capital roads
An ongoing drive by the Ranchi Regional Development Authority (RRDA) to rid the capital of illegal encroachments and an ...  | Read.. 
Custody death rebel campaign fodder
Maoists have vowed to “avenge” the in-custody death of Bokaro resident Dhirendra Singh and organise compensation for his...  | Read.. 
Red hot jumbo eviction
Cow dung cakes spiced with chilli to drive back herd

Standing paddy in danger of being a jumbo snack? Throw in a chilli powder smokescreen — a devious strategy if there ever was ...  | Read.. 
A gas leak and fire sent smoke billowing out of an abandoned colliery of BCCL’s Rajapur Project in Dobari Basti, Jharia on Tuesday. There were no inju ...  | Read
Hello It's Wednesday , December 1 , 2010
Flight Timings
Sal science gets a big fan
The seed of sal (Shorea robusta) lives for only two hours, but Jharkhand’s innovative br...  | Read.. 
A pen for their thoughts
Students of state-run schools got a taste of the power of the pen with Bal Darpan, a bim...  | Read.. 
Out of favour, out of campus
Shakespeare and Adam Smith, bow out of Plus Two classrooms. ...  | Read.. 
Mixed response to 24hr rebel bandh
Life in rebel-hit pockets of Ghatshila sub-division and Patamda were parti...  | Read.. 
Scam case hits pause
The Union government again sought time to file an affidavit explaining...  | Read.. 
Koda aide back in city
Vinod Sinha, the prime accused in the multi-crore money laundering sca...  | Read.. 
Road clear for rights body
The decks have been cleared for formation of the state human rights co...  | Read.. 
Scabies stalks school
Eighty-one of the total 222 students of state-run Kasturba Gandhi Resi...  | Read.. 
10 shops, fruit godown gutted in fire
Property worth Rs 10 lakh was reduced to ashes in a fire that broke ou...  | Read.. 
Hindalco encounters land hiccup
Aditya Birla Group company Hindalco Industries Limited’s bid to purcha...  | Read.. 
Death finger at acute malaria
Three persons, including a four-year-old boy, reportedly succumbed ...  | Read.. 
Field day for budding vets
After a humble beginning in 1961, Ranchi Veterinary College has evolve...  | Read.. 
Safety shield for miners
To avoid accidents in mines during de-pillaring work, Indian School of...  | Read.. 
Workers gripe about safety
Nearly 60 polling officials raised a hue and cry this afternoon at Tow...  | Read.. 
Verdict against nine in fodder scam
CBI special judge A.H. Ansari today convicted nine more government officia...  | Read.. 
Kin contest in rural poll
The panchayat election has thrown up a number of duels between family ...  | Read.. 
Royalty hike on minerals
In an earnest bid to boost the state’s revenue earnings, the cabinet t...  | Read.. 
Symbol mess hits nominee
Leena Saha, a rural poll nominee vying for the post of a panchayat sam...  | Read.. 
Progeria teen’s family battle poverty
A 17-year-old undergoing treatment in a city nursing home after suffer...  | Read.. 
NGO on the scent of khus profit
Farmers of Ranchi district will soon learn a new word — vetiver or khu...  | Read.. 
Women protest Pelawal arrests
More than 200 women from the minority community today took to the stre...  | Read..