The Telegraph
Friday , May 27 , 2016
 
Jharkhand
 

College beats varsity scores

Jamshedpur Co-operative College, affiliated to Kolhan University, has received a better grade than its varsity in the recent NAAC (National Accreditation and Assessment Council) accreditation, the...   | Read..
 

Natural pond dying manmade death

The RMC may have launched a drive to revive lakes and ponds in Ranchi, but a century-old, revered water body barely a kilometre from the chief minister's official residence...   | Read..
 

Conjuring up water from thin air

Everyone knows air contains moisture, but few know that it can be squeezed into pure drinking water. Jamshedpur may soon show you how.   | Read..
 

Father's angry push kills man

A middle-aged man became the unwitting killer of his young son during a family fight in Jamshedpur on Thursday morning.   | Read..
 

Betting monster on IPL prowl

As IPL 2016 inches closer to climax, the betting business is at full throttle in Jamshedpur, with match day transactions easily crossing Rs 10 crore, but police are oddly...   | Read..
 

Aspiring civil servant in net for con hobby

A 21-year-old civil service aspirant and his father have been arrested in Ranchi, along with four others, for orchestrating bank frauds with the help of forged documents.   | Read..
 

State medical entrance test on track

The Centre's ordinance earlier this week that allowed state boards to hold MBBS entrance tests only for this year has come as a relief for Jharkhand Combined Entrance...   | Read..
 

Evicted hawkers take to streets

Around 6,000 hawkers took out a solidarity rally in the capital on Thursday for hundreds of those who had been evicted from Ranchi Main Road, demanding for them permanent...   | Read..
 

Super seven days

Dhanbad division on Thursday conducted a special cleanliness drive across its 114 stations, on the first day of Rail Hamsafar Saptaah, announced by the Union railway...   | Read..
 

New trains directly to Delhi, Darbhanga

Special trains will flag off this May-end, one from Dhanbad to Delhi, and another from Tatanagar to Darbhanga, to ease summer travel.   | Read..
 

Protest over choked drains

Clogged drains, which cause waterlogging in urban slum areas of Jamshedpur, have prompted the BJP to knock on the door of East Singhbhum deputy commissioner Amitabh Kaushal...   | Read..
 

Super seven days

The Chakradharpur railway division is celebrating 'Rail Hamsafar Saptaah', an event to highlight good work done by Chakradharpur railway division during the past two years,...   | Read..
 

Intermediate berth pangs for students

Thousands of students who have passed matriculation exams held by Jharkhand Academic Council are now gearing up for the next challenge, a seat in an intermediate college of...   | Read..
 

Trigger-happy Ranchi kills 1

Three shootings, one on Thursday morning and the other two the night before, killed one person and injured two in capital Ranchi where trigger-happy goons seem to be having...   | Read..
 

Pyre stir against police

Veteran Ajsu Party leader and former Barkagaon MLA Loknath Mahto has launched an indefinite movement against alleged atrocities by police on local villagers demanding...   | Read..
 

Fake cop, rebel in net

A Tritiya Prastuti Committee (TPC) zonal commander, a former Maoist-turned-criminal and two arms suppliers were arrested from different parts of Chatra district in the wee...   | Read..
 

JMM, Congress attack Modi government

The JMM and the Congress today launched blistering attacks on the BJP-led government that completed two years in power at the Centre.   | Read..
 

Tamar switches on power grid

Inaugurating a power grid substation at Ulidih in Tamar, some 70km from Ranchi, today, chief minister Raghubar Das said it was a step forward to the state government's...   | Read..
 

Living in tents, talking forests, films & pani

We all know how important water is for our survival. And when the message on the need for its conservation is spread through film, everyone sits up and notices.   | Read..
 

SPORTS CORNER

State chess meet ends

East Singhbhum reigned supreme by bagging three top slots at the 16th Jharkhand State Chess Championship, which concluded at the eastern wing of JRD Tata Sports Complex in...   | Read..
 

Green win pitch battle

Jharkhand Green clinched the women's under-19 JSCA Trophy by defeating Jharkhand Red by 57 runs on the concluding day of the tournament at Birsa Munda Cricket Stadium in...   | Read..
 
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