The Telegraph
Friday , July 18 , 2014

Fatigue virus is stalking children

Three persons have tested positive for Japanese encephalitis — a disease caused by the mosquito-borne JE virus and acutely marked by muscle atrophy or convulsions — at different Jamshedpur hospitals in the past 24 hours, prompting the East Singhbhum administration to rigorously sound the health a...   | Read..

Eyesore capital mocks mission

Construction materials and plastic waste clog the drain along the boundary wall — a sight no different from what it was ...   | Read..

US citizen found dead on hotel bed

A US national on religious mission was found dead in his room at Radisson Blu in Ranchi on Thursday morning....   | Read..

Why curry’s missing tang

If the soaring price of onion has been a tearjerker for months, it is now time for your tomato love to sour. ...   | Read..

Vehicles clean, Subernarekha filthy

The only things that are left to shine in the Jamshedpur stretch of river Subernarekha — named streak of gold for earlier hav...   | Read..
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Mentor plays culture card to woo troubled kids
The comeback story of convicted gangster-turned-film star Nigel Akkara may be an extreme case. But, ...  | Read.. 
Extra cover for passengers
Come rain, come sun, every platform at Tatanagar station will offer complete cover....  | Read.. 

Varsity push for chhau

Kolhan University’s new vice chancellor (VC) R.P.P. Singh has raised fresh ...   | Read..

Rotten road to college

Less than five metres separate a wi-fi college campus from a garbage mound....   | Read..

Fatal stunt on tracks

A 19-year-old Salman Khan fan lost his life on the tracks in Jugsalai on We...   | Read..

Coal seized, 2 held

More than 500 tonnes of illegal coal worth over Rs 30 lakh and two persons ...   | Read..

This new boss means business

Dhanbad Municipal Corporation has rekindled the hope of a cleaner coal capi...   | Read..

Cattle class, literally

Moo, er, boo to that. Buffaloes chewing cud and gamblers playing cards and ...   | Read..

Firing over quarters row

A woman, who has been terrorising Dhurwa locality in Ranchi for years now, ...   | Read..

Maoist leader held in Garhwa

A CPI(Maoist) zonal commander, carrying a Rs 3-lakh reward on his head...   | Read..

Parties against Oct. poll dates

Major political parties of Jharkhand are opposed to any proposal to ho...   | Read..

Saviour on wheels soon

Accident victims lying helpless on Jamshedpur’s reckless roads, with passer...   | Read..

MBBS berth hope for tribal students

Here’s a ray of hope for Scheduled Tribe (ST) students, who had appeared fo...   | Read..

Paddy in state focus

Chief minister Hemant Soren today directed the state agriculture depar...   | Read..

200sqkm forests, 2 guards

Large swathes of greenery spread over 200sqkm in 470 villages of Dhanb...   | Read..