The Telegraph
Thursday , July 9 , 2015

Goods transfer to win wings

Jharkhand has entered a memorandum of understanding with the Airports Authority of India for setting up a cargo complex at Birsa Munda Airport, an ambitious move to augment business in perishable...   | Read..


The historical Ranchi Lake is in dire need of civic diligence. The grand old water body, which was dug up by prisoners in 1842 and was an erstwhile paradise for birders, is...   | Read..

Google green thumb, get teen whiz

Sixteen-year-old boys often idolise Mark Zuckerberg, Lionel Messi and Ranveer Singh. But, you know Jamshedpur schoolboy Prashaant Ranganathan is different when he says...   | Read..

Deobrat to lead Ranji

Kumar Deobrat is set to be retained as Jharkhand's Ranji captain for the nextseason.   | Read..

Cradles tune in to parent channel

Parents trust schools with their children for 12 to 14 years at a stretch, shelling out a sizeable portion of their earnings in the process. But, they have surprisingly...   | Read..

State government sheds flab

Taking a page out of the Centre's style of functioning, the state cabinet today approved fusing departments doing similar work for a focussed approach.   | Read..

Docs in son death probe plea

A doctor couple from Uttar Pradesh came all the way to Ranchi to request chief minister Raghubar Das today for a fair probe into the death of their only son, a graduate...   | Read..

26 per cent more tax in kitty

The Raghubar Das government clocked 26.37 per cent growth in revenue collection in the first quarter of 2015-16 compared to corresponding figures of the last fiscal,...   | Read..

Maji fiat on public toilets for women

State women's commission chairperson Mahua Maji on Wednesday issued a number of instructions to Dhanbad deputy commissioner Kripa Nand Jha to safeguard the interests of the...   | Read..

MLA leads power protest

Dumri's JMM MLA Jagannath Mahto today locked the state power board's Bermo subdivisional office and also that of a franchisee, entrusted with the task to generate and...   | Read..

Traffic crawls on link

The 40ft-long crack-riddled Konar Bridge on NH-33 continues to haunt commuters even as PWD officials claim that a new link will be ready in a few weeks.   | Read..

Chas bridge work starts, stops

Construction work on the long-pending second Chas bridge, which began on Tuesday after a two-month break, had to stop barely 24 hours later on Wednesday as an excavator...   | Read..

Medanta forays into Irba heal hub with promise of better care

Exit Apollo. Enter Medanta.   | Read..

Pool vans back, fare hike looms

Pool vans and autos resumed ferrying Jamshedpur schoolchildren on Wednesday after a five-day strike, but parents were worried about the cost consequences of the district...   | Read..

Ticket booking hub ready but not willing

A year has passed since Chakradharpur railway division built a separate passenger reservation system (PRS) building at Adityapur station, but it has still not started.   | Read..

Youngsters take green pledge

Recycling is the key to make your city - and your future - clean and green.   | Read..

Power cuts in Mango

A technical snag at Golmuri power grid substation triggered blackouts in Jharkhand Urga Vikas Nigam (JUVNL) command areas in the steel city and its adjoining areas on...   | Read..

JVM stir against snarls

Around 30 JVM supporters demonstrated at the East Singhbhum district collectorate on Wednesday to express their annoyance at auto-rickshaws and buses creating congestion...   | Read..

Glare on middle school mess

The State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (SCPCR) has shot a letter to the HRD department, asking it to ensure better academic ambience at all government middles...   | Read..

JSPL honour for 21 achievers

Chinta Devi from Matkamain village of Patratu in Ramgarh district used to spend her time doing household chores only. Now, she is an entrepreneur, having established...   | Read..

Gandhi's statue unveiled

Union minister of heavy industries and public enterprises Anant Geete unveiled a statue of Mahatma Gandhi at the corporate headquarters of Heavy Engineering Corporation...   | Read..

Death spurs heal hub ruckus

A private nursing home in Ranchi staged an ugly row on Wednesday after relatives of a dead patient sought his treatment papers and the authorities refused to oblige.   | Read..

Permit joy for autos

Dhanbad auto drivers took out a celebratory procession on Wednesday after the district administration agreed to institute a one-time payment mechanism for a five-year permit.   | Read..
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