The Telegraph
Friday , July 31 , 2015

Campus fail, campus pass

Classes at Central University of Jharkhand (CUJ) were adjourned sine die on Thursday with an order to vacate the hostel by Friday noon after the Ranchi district administration failed to mediate...   | Read..

ISM scores 880, breaks vacancy jinx

Common counselling, which debuted this year to check large-scale vacancies at central technical institutions including IITs and NITs, has largely healed the empty seat...   | Read..

Komen comes with rain bounty

Weathermen have warned of heavy rain in Jharkhand in the next 48 hours owing to the impact of cyclonic storm Komen, which made landfall in Bangladesh on Thursday.   | Read..

Toilets not ready, excuses are

Amid a last minute scramble to compile progress reports on construction of school toilets, the East Singhbhum district administration realised it hadn't done enough to be...   | Read..

24 hours to repair 20 elevators

Choubees ghante. That is precisely how much time Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) has to fix its 20 problematic elevators, four among them obsolete and the...   | Read..

New iron deposits found

The state mines and geology department has found deposits of iron ore in Seraikela-Kharsawan district, a significant discovery that traces the precious mineral outside West...   | Read..

Train engine hits school van, 2 kids dead, 3 hurt

Two schoolchildren were killed and three others seriously injured this morning when their van driver, listening to music on earphones, did not hear a train engine approach...   | Read..

4-pronged offensive against Maoists

Jharkhand police and the CRPF today launched a joint anti-Naxalite operation spanning the four districts of Hazaribagh, Ramgarh, Giridih and Bokaro, a day after DGP D.K....   | Read..

A minute's meeting to cherish for a lifetime

For Hazaribagh boy Shrijan, a minute way back in 2007 became memorable forever.   | Read..

Parking lot in free space

Sakchi, one of the main commercial hubs of the steel city, was finally able to breathe easy on Thursday with 90 per cent of encroachments removed and the administration...   | Read..

Artisan shoots himself

A 46-year-old artisan, father of two, shot himself dead at his Nehru Colony residence in Golmuri in the wee hours of Thursday after a tiff with his wife.   | Read..

Kolhan varsity talks money with students

It's common sense to equip college girls with money sense, feels Kolhan University.   | Read..

Awareness key to curb child abuse

Among of a group of 550 children from different English-medium schools across Ranchi, no one knows about the POCSO (Protection of Children from Sexual Offences) Act, only...   | Read..

Govt schemes on LED screens

Information about government schemes, initiatives and any other important development that the administration wants to share will soon beam from glowing monitors on the roads.   | Read..

14 minors stopped at Ranchi station

Fourteen minor boys were rescued at Ranchi station around 4pm on Thursday, when they, accompanied by 12 adult men, and their two escorts had come to catch a train to Bokaro.   | Read..

Harmu drains need quick fix

As Ranchi takes baby steps to become a "smart" city, a councillor has drawn the attention of the authorities to fix sewage and drainage facilities at one of the...   | Read..

1679 teachers hired

As many as 338 government schools, which had been upgraded into high schools in the mid-2000s but survived on borrowing teachers from nearby primary and middle schools,...   | Read..
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