The Telegraph
Sunday , October 23 , 2016

Murmu push for tribal varsity

Governor Droupadi Murmu today said a tribal university was the need of the hour for developing tribal languages and scripts in Jharkhand.   | Read..

A bright Diwali for special children

Ankit beamed with joy as he watched customers lining up to purchase his handmade diyas and eco-friendly bags at Diwali Mela in Sonari today.   | Read..

Maoist arms unearthed in Latehar

A huge cache of arms and ammunition was recovered from a CPI(Maoist) hideout in Serendah-Sasang forest of Latehar in a joint pre-dawn operation by district police and CRPF...   | Read..

Seminar focus on nature

State urban development minister C.P. Singh today urged people to lead a disciplined life and stop exploiting natural resources to maintain an ecological balance.   | Read..

Stress on mental health

Psychiatrists attending a daylong conference in Ranchi today called upon the government to formulate a mental health policy.   | Read..

Students spruce up Tatanagar station

As many as 134 school students turned cleaners for the day at Tatanagar station to inculcate some healthy habits in general passengers.   | Read..

Tribals step up heat, vow to fight for rights

Around 10,000 tribals from across the state turned up at Morabadi grounds in Ranchi to take part in a mega rally against the ordinances to amend Chotanagpur Tenancy Act and...   | Read..

Bus blues for commuters

Buses headed to Simdega and Gumla from Ranchi didn't ply today owing to a strike and seizure of vehicles, giving a harrowing time to passengers.   | Read..


Ranchi champion

Ranchi emerged overall champion in the three-day Jharkhand inter-school meet that concluded at Mohan Kumar Mangalam Stadium in Bokaro today.   | Read..
Cricket enthusiasts queue up at JSCA International Stadium Complex in Dhurwa, Ranchi, on...   | Read..
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