The Telegraph
Sunday , May 4 , 2014
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Rain spotlight on civic readiness

Yesterday’s Nor’wester in Jamshedpur, which brought welcome relief from the blistering heat of the past few days, ripped the veil off the civic inadequacies of the steel hub, which witnessed waterlogged streets and clogged drains after a heavy downpour of over an hour....   | Read..

Pledge to restore Jharia greens

State pollution board’s chairman A.K. Mishra today called upon all stakeholders to do their bit — instead of passing the...   | Read..

Bhatia takes on Bhagat

Roshan Lal Bhatia, who has been suspended as a Congress working committee member, hit back at state party president Sukh...   | Read..

Summer camp from May 13

With summer vacation round the corner, steel city schoolgoers can look forward to having a blast at a 19-day sports camp...   | Read..

One-stop legal forum

Justice got a boost in the steel city today with the inauguration of the state’s first alternate dispute resolution and ...   | Read..
A tree that got uprooted after Saturday’s Nor’wester blocks the jogging track at Jubilee Park. The temperature dropped to 35.6°C in Jamshedpur which witnessed wind speeds of around 22kmph. The local Met office has predicted thunder squall, accompanied by lightning and hailstorm, with wind speed between 50kmph and 60kmph at isolated places across the state on Sunday. Picture by Bhola Prasad
Sajal tour to Birsa village
Acting chief secretary Sajal Chakraborty travelled 65km to visit the home village of tribal ico...  | Read.. 
Health workers plan stir
Nearly 62,000 contract employees under Jharkhand Rural Health Mission (JRHM) have decided to la...  | Read.. 

Projects to curb hunting

Ranchi wildlife division is trying to engage tribals in eco-developmen...   | Read..