The Telegraph
Friday , January 10 , 2014
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Shops face acid sale heat

A majority of shops selling acid in Ranchi are not abiding by the guidelines laid down by the state government last October to prevent its misuse in accordance with a Supreme Court order....   | Read..

Just chill

So, north winds have pushed the mercury down south. But instead of shivering at home, being up and about is probably your bes...   | Read..

Put brakes on study breaks

Father P.J. James of Hazaribagh, has struck a chord among his peers in the steel city with most principals angrily dismiss...   | Read..

Auto fares up, coal town fumes

Coal town auto fares will go up by 20 per cent from Friday, but commuters are against it, citing woefully poor passenger amen...   | Read..

Thrill to take off for second time

Adventure junkies, get ready for that adrenaline-pumping ride in the sky again. ...   | Read..
 State lags in birth records
Jharkhand is lagging behind in registration of births. ...Read.. 
Demand for big bucks
The Hemant Soren government demanded Rs 1.42 lakh crore for the state’s development for the ten...  | Read.. 

Cong diktat for leaders

Congress general secretary in-charge of Jharkhand B.K. Hariprasad toda...   | Read..

Health staff on strike

Around 62,000 contractual employees across the state launched an indef...   | Read..