The Telegraph
Sunday , August 7 , 2016

Coal capital vows turnaround

Having supervised a five-day long clean-up operation, Dhanbad's mayor today made out a strong case for turning around Dhanbad's civic nightmare, impressing upon Union urban development minister...   | Read..

Steel city stays focused

East Singhbhum district administration will be focusing on completing a solid waste management system while generating better public awareness on cleanliness to ensure...   | Read..

'Expert' hands in ATM theft

Ranchi police are suspecting a professional gang to be involved in yesterday's ATM theft in Pandra on the outskirts of the capital after cracking the modus operandi. The...   | Read..

Postcard campaign on residents' policy

The AJSU Party is all set to launch a massive statewide campaign to push for amendments to the local residents' policy announced by the Raghubar Das government, baring the...   | Read..

Man dies in lightning strike

A 28-year old man died on the spot after being struck by lightning at a paddy field in Argora, in the heart of the capital, last evening.   | Read..

Syllabus revamp to make school education fun

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), which conducts ICSE and ISC examinations, is planning to focus on application-based education, reducing...   | Read..

Child labourer held for rape

A 14-year old child labourer was arrested for allegedly raping his four-year-old neighbour at Tiril in Sadar police station area of Ranchi today.   | Read..

4 thieves in net,7 cars seized

East Singhbhum police busted an inter-state vehicle smuggling gang by nabbing four persons from different parts of the city today.   | Read..

Police probing land dispute

The police are yet to arrest anyone in connection with yesterday's triple murder that shocked Rosel Tola village in Ranchi district even as preliminary investigations have...   | Read..

IEDs seized; Student ill; Dacoits held; Deworming

IEDs seizedStudent illDacoits heldDeworming   | Read..

Good show by steel city shuttlers

Four colt shuttlers from the steel city booked semi-final berths on the opening day of the East Singhbhum Open Badminton Championship at Mohan Ahuja Stadium in Bistupur...   | Read..

New arts wing at girls' college

Ranchi University (RU) vice chancellor Ramesh Kumar Pandey inaugurated a new arts building at Ranchi Women's College today.   | Read..

Jumbo leap cheers Chakulia villagers

A 8ft-wide and 6ft-deep trench, and inclement weather could not prevent an impatient herd of elephants from slipping into the jungles of Bengal late last night in a jumbo...   | Read..

Sports varsity bill locked in Centre-state debate

The Sports University Bill missed the bus this time as the government delayed its introduction in the Assembly apparently due to lack of clarity and consensus on the status...   | Read..
Girls of De Nobili School, CMRI-Dhanbad, perform a welcome dance at the inaugural ceremony of...   | Read..