The Telegraph
Sunday , July 31 , 2011
Since 1st March, 1999
Officer disowns Hazaribagh plot
A retired IAS officer today denied ownership of a 90-acre plot — which has kept 2km of Bokaro River captive — saying he had sold the land two years ago, a claim that was supported by the circle officer concerned....  | Read.. 
Five PLFI cadres held
Tatisilwai police today raided a PLFI hideout in Hesapidhi, around 20 kilometres from the state capital, and arrested...  | Read.. 
Hope in land bill for investors
The draft land bill released yesterday by Union rural development minister Jairam Ramesh in Delhi has sent positive sign...  | Read.. 
Final line-up
Jairaj Singh of Loyola School will take on Tata Training Centre’s (TTC) Satyabrata Das in the junior boys’ singles final...  | Read.. 
105 lifters at meet
The state powerlifting championship started this evening at Guru Nanak Higher Secondary School with 105 participants in ...  | Read.. 
VICTORY PROCESSION: Harmu Sarna Samiti members take part in a victory procession to celebrate the decision of the government to cancel the joint vent ...  | Read
Flight Timings
Camera to stop meter reading foul play
Business Information Processing Services (BIPS), the newly-appointed agency responsible for bil...  | Read.. 
HC upholds death sentence
Taking cognisance of the menace of kidnappings and murders in society, Jharkhand High Court yes...  | Read.. 
10,000 cycles for women labourers
Labour, employment and training minister Chandra Prakash Choudhary tod...  | Read..