The Telegraph
Sunday , February 26 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999
No change in JAC exam schedule
Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) today decided to go ahead with its matriculation and intermediate examinations as per schedule on February 27, regardless of a daylong Maoist shutdown, and refuted claims of a leak in the matriculation science ...  | Read.. 
Anger brews at CNT mega-debate
A mega-debate on implementation of the Chotanagpur Tenancy (CNT) Act organised by the CNT Act Mahabaha Samiti in the cap...  | Read.. 
Tab on water to check outbreak
A team of experts has advised district health officials to launch an awareness drive and strictly implement food safety ...  | Read.. 
Legal aid at your doorstep
Jharkhand state legal service authority (Jhalsa) will be deputing trained volunteers at various blocks from March to ens...  | Read.. 
Office assistant found hanging in Sidhgora
A 30-year-old office assistant committed suicide at a Sidhgora house in the wee hours of today, the immediate motive app...  | Read.. 
Human resource development minister Baidyanath Ram at the Graduate School College for Women in Jamshedpur on Saturday. Speaking at the gathering, Ram ...  | Read
Flight Timings
Returning Dalma jumbos destroy crops
The Dalma elephants are back, with a vengeance....  | Read.. 
382 sub-inspectors to join state police
Director-general of police (DGP) G.S. Rath today released a list of 382 new recruits, including...  | Read.. 
Steel plant warning to Bokaro squatters
After disconnecting water and power supply to houses that had come up ...  | Read..