The Telegraph
Sunday , June 7 , 2015
 
Jharkhand
 

Info sought on Pak prisoners

The state home department has come out with a list of 22 prisoners - all apparently Indian nationals - who are lodged in various Pakistan jails to verify whether any of them hails from Jharkhand so...   | Read..
 

Nabard for sun power

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard) will help Jharkhand develop solar villages so that their electricity demands can be met by tapping in energy...   | Read..
 

Auto codes for safer ride

Auto-rickshaw passengers can look forward to safe travel if plans of Seraikela-Kharsawan district police take shape in the right direction.   | Read..
 

Traffic safety drive hits fashion street

Traffic rules may soon become the new fashion statement in the capital, thanks to Jharcraft, which is planning a new line of apparel to educate citizens in road etiquette.   | Read..
 

Muslim students feted

Nausheen Akhtar, Sabnam Saba and Umme Habiba were among 500 Muslim students from Ranchi and its neighbourhoods to be felicitated today for excelling in their school final...   | Read..
 

Sindri revival tender in 3 months

Joint secretary with the Union ministry of fertilisers S.K. Lohani yesterday inspected the now closed Fertiliser Corporation of India (FCI) unit in Sindri, pushing ahead...   | Read..
 

SUV on wrong lane

An SUV, speeding along a wrong lane on Marine Drive, mowed down two women and injured a minor girl in Sonari this morning, spurring an eight-hour-long blockade on the...   | Read..
 

Paswan snub on food act

Union food and consumer affairs minister Ram Vilas Paswan today asked Jharkhand to roll out the National Food Security Act in the state in one go and not in phases as it...   | Read..
 
Flames and smoke engulf an empty diesel tanker of Hindustan Petroleum that caught fire near a...   | Read..
 
 
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