The Telegraph
Sunday , March 16 , 2014

Transfer protest at Tata firm

Around 130 trainees of Tata Cummins, a 50-50 joint venture between automobile giant Tata Motors and US-based Cummins Inc, went on the warpath today to protest against the managementís decision to transfer them to the companyís Pune plant....   | Read..

Burnt car found with four bodies

A burnt car with four charred bodies inside was recovered off GT Road near Barkatha this morning, proving yet again that...   | Read..

Bengal youth falls off train

A youth headed to Bengal from Mumbai fell off the train just as it was chugging into Ghatshila station and sustained ser...   | Read..

Jail-bound Sita returns to RIMS

JMM MLA Sita Soren was wheeled back into RIMS within hours of being discharged yesterday after complaining of chest pain...   | Read..

Special Holi for US guests

Holi came early for the 90-odd physically and mentally challenged children of Jivan Jyoti School, Dhanbad. ...   | Read..
Congress MP Subodh Kant Sahay offers puja at a Mahabir temple in Hinoo, Ranchi, on Saturday. Soon after landing in the state capital from Delhi with the Ranchi ticket in hand, Sahay also visited gurdwaras and churches, to express his gratitude to the almighty. Around 500 supporters accompanied him as he moved around the city in an open jeep. His prayers seemed to have been answered as the tradersí community of Vaishyas declared its support to him, declaring at a press conference their disenchantment with the BJP for not nominating one of them in any of the 14 seats of the state. Picture by Hardeep Singh
Snub for clean faces, tickets for switch stars
Lady Ticket Luck seems kinder to political turncoats than professionals with a clean image, who...  | Read.. 
Former Tata executive joins JMM
A former Tata Steel executive today joined the JMM, triggering speculations that he might be gi...  | Read.. 

District on festival alert

The recent spurt in the steel cityís crime rate and past incidents of ...   | Read..