The Telegraph
Wednesday , January 21 , 2015

The B&B Snooze

Ever wondered why Dudhsagar falls in Goa is a million times more popular than the Dassam falls in Jharkhand?   | Read..

Bodyguard cops irk chief minister

Over 400 policemen are being used as bodyguards of VVIPs in Maoist-hit Jharkhand, a revelation that got chief minister Raghubar Das angry today and prompted him to direct...   | Read..

Speed hurdle for new road rules

The East Singhbhum district administration's bid to curb road mishaps with a new set of traffic regulations for heavy vehicles from Tuesday was not as successful as the...   | Read..

Stir hits train timings

Train movement between Tatanagar and Rourkela under the SER's Chakradharpur division remained disrupted for more than eight hours on Tuesday owing to an agitation at...   | Read..

Bike thieves beware, mobile hoot on way

People who park their two-wheelers and return to find them missing can now hope for their own personal bike guard.   | Read..

Date with Nobel laureate

A seven-year-old association will be celebrated when Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi steps on Jharkhand soil early next month.   | Read..

Skyfall most chilling on home's backyard

In one of the rarest incidents of hail, a chunk of ice, about two feet long and weighing some 20kg, fell off the sky and landed on the backyard of a home in Bistupur on...   | Read..

Body raises murder fears

Jamshedpur businessman Bhagwandas Gupta, who went missing from Mango on December 29 last year, is suspected to have been murdered in Hazaribagh district.   | Read..

Biz courses in three colleges

Aspiring entrepreneurs studying in colleges under Kolhan University may not have to enrol themselves in a business school to know the tricks of the trade.   | Read..

Visionary start to year

The year 2015 has started on a positive note for Roshni, a Jamshedpur-based NGO that promotes eye donations.   | Read..

Poaching slur on BJP

The JVM today accused the BJP of trying to lure away its MLAs through backroom channels in a bid to fortify its position in the state Assembly where it enjoys a "thin...   | Read..

Congmen seek more say

The Congress today held a meeting of the presidents of its 24 district units to review the party's performance in the Assemble polls and work out a detailed revival plan,...   | Read..

Push for varsity land

Governor Syed Ahmed today expressed strong reservations against the delay in allotment of land to Nilamber Pitamber University, Daltonganj, directing officials to take...   | Read..

Cold cover for animals

With the minimum temperature hovering below seven degrees Celsius and chilly wind sweeping across the coal belt, authorities of Jawaharlal Nehru Biological Park, Bokaro,...   | Read..

VBU local centre by Feb.

Vinoba Bhave University (VBU) has promised to launch a regional centre in Dhanbad by February 10, a welcome move that will benefit over 50,000 students in 31 constituent...   | Read..

Want fuel? Wear helmets

Hazaribagh district, which according to sadar hospital records, sees a road accident death almost every alternate day, has announced a no-helmet, no-fuel diktat from...   | Read..

Cooperative bank, 'own' bank

Chief minister Raghubar Das wants Jharkhand State Cooperative Bank (JSCB) to grow as "the state's own bank" and ultimately handle government transactions.   | Read..

Safe roads can check neuro ailments

Potholed arteries, pathetic traffic management and poor road manners can lead to trauma and cause serious neurological disorders, experts believe.   | Read..
Sahnawaj Khan of Delhi clears 1.97 metres, creating a new meet record in the Under-14 high...   | Read..
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