The Telegraph
Saturday , April 18 , 2015

Horror house for a hero's widow, kids

Her husband died fighting militants in Kashmir on December 5 last year. After months of dilly-dallying, the government has finally found her a place to stay, but one that can put a shanty to shame.   | Read..

Home Guard DG to huddle on graft issue

The director-general of Home Guard has taken serious note of the allegations of corruption levelled against two district commandants and has convened an all-stakeholder...   | Read..

Fresh pitch for Keenan revamp

Keenan Stadium, one of the most prominent landmarks of Jamshedpur, can hope to shine as bright as its much younger but more famous cousin, the JSCA International Stadium...   | Read..

New quarters for 50 from Dobari

Jharia Rehabilitation and Development Authority (JRDA) has started the process of allotment of quarters at its upcoming colony at Belgarhia in Baliapur block, Dhanbad, to...   | Read..

Sindri has had enough

Fed-up of promises, former employees of Sindri Fertiliser Factory (SFF) have decided to pressure the government to fast-track a revival plan by resuming their practice of...   | Read..

EVMs to debut in Dhanbad civic polls

Dhanbad Municipal Corporation (DMC) election, which is likely to be held in the last week of May, will get a taste of technology this time. For, residents will for the...   | Read..

State looks to Tatas' 2005 promise

Chief minister Raghubar Das today asked the state health department to expedite the process of setting up a health insurance scheme for the poor using funds promised by...   | Read..

700 parrots rescued

Forest department officials today rescued 700 rose-ringed baby parrots from a bus in Latehar and arrested one person.   | Read..

JMM steps into old agitation mode

Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) will soon launch a movement for a "greater Jharkhand" comprising areas in bordering districts of Bengal and Odisha.   | Read..

150 turn up with school fee gripe

The clamour against private schools charging exorbitant fees from students grew in Ranchi today with hundreds of parents turning up at Albert Ekka Chowk to lodge complaints...   | Read..

Saturday night cineplay fever

Privileged movie buffs in Jharkhand will be exposed to an engaging genre of hybrid cinema for the first time on Saturday.   | Read..

BSNL blues for officials

If you thought you are the only one grappling with erratic BSNL connectivity, meet officials of Suchana Bhavan who are equally disgruntled as they could not carry out their...   | Read..

Dhanbad chief tries to rinse away taint

Home Guard commandant Ravi Kujur - one of the two district heads of the voluntary force against whom jawans levelled graft allegations at a lengthy demonstration in Ranchi...   | Read..

Bias slur on district boss

The Home Guard's graft-tainted commandant in East Singhbhum is in the eye of a fresh storm for allegedly shielding a bunch of lackeys who extort money from other jawans in...   | Read..

Date hurdle for varsity

It is not easy to get a date with Union home minister Rajnath Singh and officials of Kolhan University (KU) are learning it the hard way.   | Read..

Final battle of brains

The stage has been set for the finals of the all-Jharkhand inter-school chess meet at Carmel Junior College in Sonari on Saturday and Sunday.   | Read..

Scan on rebels for murder

A 30-year-old man was found bludgeoned to death at Naxalite-affected Machh Bhandar in Ghatshila subdivision of East Singhbhum district, about 85km from the steel city, this...   | Read..
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