The Telegraph
Friday , May 8 , 2015
 
Jharkhand
 

Buses bear blockade brunt

JMM partymen swooped down on NH-33 on Thursday to block a 100km stretch to protest against the delay in repairing the arterial highway, but a vigilant police forced a change in one of the venues of...   | Read..
 

Whip on rogue heavy vehicles

Transport department cracked down on public and goods vehicles coming to and from the capital in gross violation of rules, including overloading and pollution, on Thursday.   | Read..
 

Everest still high on Payo wish list

Payo Murmu has returned to the warmth of home and hearth from the chilling heights of death and devastation.   | Read..
 

No rain on radar, Celsius to soar

The mercury is readying for a discomforting leap.   | Read..
 

Triple arrest in jeweller murder

Three more persons were arrested from Ranchi and Lohardaga districts on Thursday for the brutal murder of a young jeweller in the capital who had refused to bend to a land...   | Read..
 

The many lessons of power cuts

Summer in Ranchi has everything. From the mercury mayhem and scorching sun to harsh humidity and high discomfort index. Only two things are missing in almost every...   | Read..
 

'Miracle' ends 7-year-old boy's bowel blues

Little Teklal will no longer be ashamed to go to school.   | Read..
 

Cuffs for con woman

A woman was arrested on Thursday for illegally occupying a government helpline centre in Jamshedpur for two months and allegedly using the room as a gambling den.   | Read..
 

Grim MCI worries minister

The Medical Council of India's recent inspections of the state's three medical colleges to see if they could handle 350 MBBS seats ended with its verdict of faculty crunch,...   | Read..
 

14 sand pits fetch Rs 4.5 crore

The Ranchi district administration today auctioned 14 sand pits on riverbanks located in rural areas, pocketing a cool Rs 4.47 crore, almost double the profit it made in...   | Read..
 

Law & order vs investigation poser

Ensuring optimum utilisation of available resources, especially manpower, is one of the biggest challenges before SPs, particularly those posted in Naxalite strongholds.   | Read..
 

Surrender scam, CBI's hot potato

The state's biggest fake Naxalite surrender-for-jobs scam, involving individuals including some CRPF and state police personnel, may conveniently end up in the backburner.   | Read..
 

Parasnath singed, blaze battle on

A fire, seething in the forested swathes of Giridih since last month-end, has reportedly taken a heavy toll on the flora and fauna on the holy Parasnath Hills and is...   | Read..
 

Varsity aid for Nepal

Kolhan University vice chancellor (VC) R.P.P. Singh met chief minister Raghubar Das in Jamshedpur on Thursday and handed him over a Rs 12.77-lakh cheque as a donation for...   | Read..
 

Poor link silences callers

Pre-recorded voice messages - "please try again" - are greeting BSNL subscribers in Jamshedpur during major parts of the day for reasons that the telecom major...   | Read..
 
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