The Telegraph
Saturday , July 4 , 2015
 
Jharkhand
 

Molest survivor cries cop apathy

A 23-year-old Jamshedpur woman was harassed and molested on the streets by a boy gang who apparently wanted to teach her brother a lesson, but police allegedly failed to come to her rescue despite...   | Read..
 

School van stir spurs snarls

Absolute chaos reigned on Jamshedpur roads in the morning and afternoon hours as school vans went on an indefinite strike in protest against police crackdown and harried...   | Read..
 

Minor brats crash car, injure walkers

Morning-walkers in Morabadi, Ranchi, miraculously cheated death on Friday when a speeding car - with a 15-year-old boy from one of the city's most reputable business...   | Read..
 

Bullied, pink autos lose colour

Around 30 women drivers of the Pink Auto Mahila Service (PAMS) in Ranchi filed a complaint with Argora police on Thursday night, alleging they were verbally abused and...   | Read..
 

Dress code for auto drivers

Bokaro district administration has decided to impose a dress code for the 4,650 registered autorickshaws plying in the steel town, one of a series of measures it is...   | Read..
 

ISM to start its Calcutta centre

ISM-Dhanbad's newly established extension centre in Calcutta is all set to debut with a bang, launching two part-time postgraduate programmes for working executives and...   | Read..
 

4000 rehab flats soon

Two more residential colonies are set to come up at Belgarhia and Nipania, providing shelters to another 4,000 families living in fire-affected areas of Jharia.   | Read..
 

Reform talk with district top brass

Call it an earnest effort of traders and businessmen to make life a tad better for Jamshedpur residents.   | Read..
 

Green ride gets legal push

The Ranchi district transport department has finally started the process for registering battery-operated three-wheelers, popularly known as e-rickshaws, bringing the fleet...   | Read..
 

Clogged drains unclog miseries

The days of drain pain are back in the state capital, thanks to the rains, of course, and uncaring civic guardians.   | Read..
 

Aruna storms into final ring in Virginia

Jharkhand's champion pugilist Aruna Mishra will fight the summit clash at the World Police and Fire Games at Fairfax County, Virginia, on Friday evening, USA time.   | Read..
 

Kurmi bandh threat

Jharkhand Adivasi Kurmi Samaj Samiti (JAKSS) on Friday threatened to enforce a Kolhan bandh if the arrested members of their community were not released in 15 days.   | Read..
 

Deal-with-disaster lessons for 30 students

You cannot stop a natural disaster, but can surely mitigate its impact and avoid casualty by taking precautions.   | Read..
 

Fair, fun & biz under one roof

Now that the monsoon has finally arrived and mercury is a few notches down, the steel city can look forward to a shopping spree this weekend.   | Read..
 

Dad kills toddler girl

A villager allegedly battered his two-and-a-half-year-old daughter to death with a boulder after a spat with his wife, whom he suspected to be having an extramarital...   | Read..
 

New ideas key to survival

Innovation is the only constant, to paraphrase an old saying.   | Read..
 

Social schism in booze stink

Ranchi district superintendent of education (DSE) on Friday inspected the state-run school where empty liquor bottles were recovered from the principal's chamber on...   | Read..
 

Tender ride for city bus

Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee (JNAC) has made a fresh attempt to outsource the city buses, grounded since October last year, by floating a short tender for the sixth...   | Read..
 
A craftsman prepares the chariot of Jagannath, Subhadra and Balabhadra in the run-up to the July 18 Rath Yatra at Jagannathpur in Ranchi on Friday.
 
 
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