The Telegraph
Thursday , December 3 , 2015

Armed gang pulls off serial break-ins

In a hair-raising chain of dacoities, a gang of 10 or more armed men swooped on a residential complex in Mango, on the fringes of Jamshedpur, trussed up the guard and residents of three flats...   | Read..

Biomedical waste threat at city gate

Anyone entering Jamshedpur via NH-33 from Ghatshila, which visitors from Bengal or Odisha do, will be horrified by the first look of the city touted as the state's showpiece.   | Read..

Carefree quartet reach Tata zoo

This place is crackalacking. Oh, I could hang here. I could hang here...   | Read..

Speeding kids to rob parents of licence

Overindulgent parents, it's time to fasten your seat belts.   | Read..

Mystery fall claims young woman

The 23-year-old daughter of a teacher couple in Ranchi fell to her death from their fourth-floor balcony on Wednesday morning, but it is not immediately clear if it was a...   | Read..

Rivalry whiff in leader murder

A young leader associated with the BJP's Pakur minority cell was killed by a gang of seven assailants, who also exploded bombs and fired in the air, at a busy chowk of his...   | Read..

Tilaiya project upgrade

Union power ministry is thinking of increasing the capacity of a proposed ultra mega power plant (UMPP) in Tilaiya in Hazaribagh district, fresh bids for which are likely...   | Read..

CM bats for sports, tourism

Chief minister Raghubar Das today directed the state tourism, art, culture, sports and youth affairs department to form village-level hockey and football teams in a bid to...   | Read..

Battling poverty & addiction

Jitendra, Sanjay and Manik are paying a price for hailing from a very backward locality of snake charmers located less than 10km from Dhanbad district headquarters   | Read..

Player seeks minister help

A national lawn bowl player and a former official of a state sports outfit were among the 50-odd people who had turned up at the janata durbar at the chief minister's...   | Read..

School retracts admission order

Ranchi, Dec. 2: Delhi Public School (DPS) today declared before Jharkhand High Court that it had withdrawn its admission order seeking affidavits from parents declaring...   | Read..

More guards, parking lots at Jubilee Park

Stricter vigil and better traffic management have started greeting visitors to Jamshedpur's scenic Jubilee Park from Wednesday.   | Read..

Jeweller busts ATM con man

The quick wit of a Sakchi jeweller helped the police to arrest a member of an ATM fraud racket, which was active in Jamshedpur for the last five months, on Tuesday night.   | Read..

Students rally for peace & harmony

Communal Harmony Week (CHW), a programme that propagates the message of peace and love, kicked off at Karim City College, Jamsedpur, on Wednesday.   | Read..

Tanked! RMC water storage in deep mess

Water tanks distributed in 2014 by Ranchi Municipal Corporation to councillors to fight dry summer months are now lying in utter neglect at most wards.   | Read..

Sick farce on AIDS day

An HIV-positive woman from Bokaro, who came to RIMS in Ranchi for treatment on World AIDS Day, was denied admission at the hospital for well over 24 hours.   | Read..

New genetic ward at PMCH

Parents seeking treatment of their children for genetic diseases like thalassaemia or sickle cell anaemia will not have to travel 170km to Ranchi any more.   | Read..
Two of the four zebras from Israel’s Ramat Gan Safari check out their quarantine cell, in...   | Read..
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