The Telegraph
Saturday , November 7 , 2015

RIMS can, but won't burn biomedical waste of others

Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) has spurned the health department's request to handle biomedical waste generated by other hospitals and clinics in Ranchi, citing manpower crunch, but...   | Read..

8-yr-old girl dies of dengue

Dengue fever claimed its first victim in the state this year after an eight-year-old Dhanbad girl succumbed to the disease at a private hospital in Ranchi on Friday.   | Read..

App centre for smart services

The state has taken a giant leap towards m-governance, tapping cutting-edge technologies to digitally bridge the gap between the government and people and take services...   | Read..

A glowing Chas as Diwali gift to residents

Call it a befitting Diwali gift for lakhs of citizens of Chas in Bokaro district.   | Read..

Cracker dos and don'ts for safe Diwali

Get ready to have a cracker of a Diwali, but don't forget the cracker norms, the authorities are telling all.   | Read..

Temple daan peti looted

Thieves are targeting shrines in Hazaribagh town like never before.   | Read..

Confluence of old students in diamond year

It was a stroll down memory lane for over 400 alumni of Xavier Institute of Social Service (XISS), Ranchi, through its decorated corridors on Friday.   | Read..

Raid on 'illegal' home for orphans

A group of 25 children were "rescued" from an unregistered orphanage in Ormanjhi, 20km from capital Ranchi, on Friday.   | Read..

Ramp walk to busy Tatanagar through second entry

Passengers can bid adieu to congestion while entering Tatanagar station from now on.   | Read..

Karate camp by Tokyo masters

Black belt karatekas from across the country have reasons to rejoice. They will rub shoulders with grandmasters from Japan at a two-day training camp to be held in Ranchi...   | Read..

Students learn politics & more

Vibha Mahto (17), an intermediate student from Asanboni inter-college in East Singhbhum, did not know about election manifesto till she attended a workshop on political...   | Read..

Special craft that lights up many lives

Like every year, their creations will be brightening up thousands of homes on Diwali. And like every year, they are making instant money that will help them fulfil a wish...   | Read..

Tender push for eastern corridor

Tata Steel's ambitious eastern corridor project - linking NH-33 with Tatanagar station through flyovers and arterial roads - has hit the fast track.   | Read..

Weir boost for irrigation

Chief minister Raghubar Das today stressed on the need for initiating minor irrigation projects to fight drought-like situations in the state in future.   | Read..

CM firm, but doctors vow to shut OPDs today

As many as 1,600 government doctors have threatened not to run OPDs tomorrow to protest against the decision to designate mukhiyas as their leave granting authority, an...   | Read..

Asuras in race for R-Day

The Asuras of Jharkhand may get to showcase their traditional iron smelting skills during next year's Republic Day parade in Delhi if the state's idea, which has made it to...   | Read..

Stress on better healthcare

Chief minister Raghubar Das today voiced zero tolerance to corruption and demanded visible improvement in the health sector at the earliest during a review of the health...   | Read..

Railway alarmed over water crisis

Ripple effects of the prevailing water scarcity in Ranchi are set to transcend boundaries and take thirsty citizens' cry to other parts of the country.   | Read..
Baba Ramdev in the driver's seat of an ambulance for cows that rolled out in Ranchi on Friday....   | Read..
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