The Telegraph
Sunday , February 15 , 2015
 
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Leadership tips for youths

Five mountaineers of the Seven Summits Women Team will arrive in the capital to share their experience and speak on education, environment, empowerment and leadership.   | Read..
 

Sandakphu beckons trekkers

Adventure junkies can look forward to a trek to scenic Sandakphu, the only spot in the northwest of Darjeeling that offers excellent views of four of the world's highest...   | Read..
 

Tata aid for ST/SC students

Tata Steel today announced a special scholarship for poor students making it to top colleges of the country, extending the firm's corporate social responsibility...   | Read..
 

Fast-track justice nets Rs 798cr

 A National Lok Adalat, held here today to dispose of banking and loan disputes, resolved as many as 11,600 cases, recovering finance company debts to the tune of over...   | Read..
 

7 kids hurt in another mishap

Seven of 10 students, crammed into an auto-rickshaw on way to school, were injured early this morning when their three-wheeler toppled over trying to avoid a collision with...   | Read..
 

T20 meet for steel plants

Ten outfits will be vying for top honours in the All India Inter-Steel Plants Cricket Championship to be held at Keenan Stadium here from February 16 to 23.   | Read..
 

CM green lights road link

Chief minister Raghubar Das today announced that work on the eagerly awaited Eastern Road Corridor project, that will link Tatanagar station with NH-33 by a network or...   | Read..
 

Worried Cong bats for JVM

Former Congress minister K.N. Tripathi today criticised the BJP for adopting "politically unacceptable" tactics to boost its number in the state Assembly,...   | Read..
 

Burns care facility hope

Jharkhand, which doesn't have a specialised burns care unit in any of its three state-run medical hospitals, is expected to benefit from a project that the Centre is set to...   | Read..
 

V-Day security on campus

St Xavier's College made extra security arrangements today to prevent any untoward incident on the campus during an ongoing fest that coincided with Valentine's Day.   | Read..
 

Weeds turn death trap

A 17-year-old Bokaro boy, who was to appear for his Class XII CBSE examination next month, drowned during a swim with two classmates at the cooling pond of Bokaro steel...   | Read..
 

'Proof' debunks assault charge

Hazaribagh deputy commissioner (DC) Sunil Kumar, accused of assault by an NTPC engineer, today released a few photographers and a video to "prove" that the...   | Read..
 
Tata aid for ST/SC students