The Telegraph
Sunday , August 17 , 2014

Mining a curse or boon?

Chief minister Hemant Soren appealed to the stateís youth to participate in the countryís social and political process, even as he listed his governmentís achievements on Independence Day yesterday....   | Read..

Support test for deputy mayor

A no-confidence motion will be brought against deputy mayor Sanjeev Vijayvargiya at Ranchi Municipal Corporation on Tues...   | Read..

Van drags biker to death

A 16-year-old biker riding to his college to attend Independence Day celebrations yesterday morning was killed after a ...   | Read..

Minoritiesí plight in focus

A band of social activists have come together to organise an awami (people) convention in the capital on August 2...   | Read..

March for legal rights

Freedom from legal ignorance. ...   | Read..
Members of Jharkhand Rakshak Morcha on an indefinite jal satyagraha on Saturday to demand jobs for land losers. Picture by Pankaj Singh
Fair pitch for travel hotspots
The enchanting mountains of Bhutan or the bewitching beaches of Thailand? Or would you prefer t...  | Read.. 
Stress on mineral use
The steel city observed the nationís 68th Independence Day at two major functions, one at Gopal...  | Read.. 

Foresters help Dalma trackers

Foresters of the Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary are playing good Samaritans ...   | Read..