The Telegraph
Friday , May 6 , 2016

Harvest rain or face heat, builders told

Grappling with a grim groundwater situation, the East Singhbhum district administration has taken an unprecedented decision to crack down on realtors who don't employ rainwater harvesting methods...   | Read..

Temple revamp hits Ranchi Hill ecology

Ranchi Hill, which has been hogging the headlines since January this year for an ill-conceived project of hosting the 'highest' Tricolour, may also be in danger of caving...   | Read..

Clay meets creativity in dad's labour of love

Necessity is the mother of invention, goes an old adage. In Chakulia, some 100km from Jamshedpur, a father is proving it by inventing eco-friendly water containers to...   | Read..

Caught copying, student kills self

A 21-year-old Dhanbad college girl, expelled on Wednesday afternoon from her BCom final-year exam for copying answers from her smartphone, threw herself in front of a...   | Read..

Ex-CMs join 'native' debate

Two former chief ministers, Arjun Munda and Madhu Koda, have openly expressed their reservations against the local residents' policy, joining the chorus for amendments to...   | Read..

The gokuldham siege

Triumphant residents of Harihar Singh Road after they broke open the rear gate of Gokuldham in Morabadi, Ranchi, on Thursday evening.   | Read..

RMC staff in housing fraud

Ranchi mayor Asha Lakra on Thursday wrote letters to chief minister Raghubar Das, state urban development minister C.P. Singh and department secretary Arun Kumar Singh,...   | Read..

'No power pangs this summer'

The state power conglomerate has claimed its is ready to meet all exigencies that might occur on account of the harsh summer and the coming monsoon and assured residents...   | Read..

Show of solidarity for FCI employee

A day after FCI technical assistant Subhash Chandra Samad poisoned himself to death over an alleged bribe nexus of senior officials, 200 colleagues staged a demonstration...   | Read..

Exam bar spurs college protest

Around 50 undergraduate and postgraduate students of Jamshedpur Co-operative College, who could not fill up forms, locked the college gate on Thursday, demanding that they...   | Read..

Adityapur eyes upgrade

Adityapur Industrial Area Development Authority (Aiada) will pump in Rs 20 crore to upgrade roads and drains of the manufacturing hub that is home to over 1,200 small,...   | Read..

Plea to revamp bus sheds

Private bus operators in Jamshedpur on Thursday requested Jusco to rebuild sheds, demolished for road widening work, following complaints from passengers who are either...   | Read..

Lions hit a ton, roar for more milestones

Wherever you need a friend, there's a Lion.   | Read..

Chanda menace in capital school

As many as 30 students of Shri Shiv Narayan Marwari Kanya Pathshala filed a complaint against their principal at Mahila Thana on Thursday, alleging the school was in the...   | Read..

Staff crunch hits water wing

Lack of manpower and unavailability of funds have rendered Jharkhand Groundwater Directorate practically ineffective at a time when several parts of the state, including...   | Read..

51-run edge to Red challenge

Jharkhand Blue conceded a 51-run lead to Jharkhand Red on the penultimate day of the three-day Junior Challenger Trophy (Under-19) outing at Tata Digwadih Stadium in...   | Read..

Top seeds move on

Seeded players launched their campaign on a winning note on the opening day of the 36th Senior District Chess Championship at the eastern wing of JRD Tata Sports Complex in...   | Read..

Roll 1 was a quiet bookworm

Ramgarh, May 5: Maharshi Paramhans College of Education in Kothar witnessed thin attendance today, a day after BEd student Sonali Tuddu was butchered with a sickle right...   | Read..

Gang rape victim stuns janata durbar

An alleged gang-rape survivor from Bokaro showed great courage by coming to the janata durbar at the CM's secretariat in Kanke yesterday to ask agriculture minister Randhir...   | Read..

Eight from Garhwa die in bus mishap

Chief minister Raghubar Das today called up his Chhattisgarh counterpart Raman Singh and requested him to ensure proper treatment for the injured passengers of the...   | Read..

Grand alliance meets in Godda

Senior leaders from the grand alliance, RJD, JVM, CPI, CPM, JD(U) and the Congress, who are fielding a common RJD nominee, Sanjay Prasad Yadav, for the May 16 bypoll in...   | Read..

Vedanta, state to ink MoU today

The Vedanta Group is likely to ink a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Jharkhand government tomorrow, proposing to set up a 1MTPA steel plant in the state with an...   | Read..
A pack of jokers creates a human ladder on the inaugural day of Empire Circus in Golmuri,...   | Read..
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