The Telegraph
Saturday , November 12 , 2016


The promise of ATMs opening on Friday, two days after the Centre demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, proved to be hollow across the state capital as residents were dismayed to find that most...   | Read..

Banks still under stress

Delayed reopening of ATMs in Dhanbad on Friday kept the pressure on banks and post offices for the second consecutive day. Although most of the 350-odd automated teller...   | Read..

Money gone in cooker whistle

Bokaro has set a new record in speed. Of the 36-odd automated teller machines in the steel city and its satellite township of Chas, 33 downed shutters within 90 minutes of...   | Read..

Ready, steady, buy your own flat!

Here's an ounce of good news in these cashless times. If you've long been cherishing the dream of owning a cosy little apartment, the right opportunity is on the threshold.   | Read..

Wage woes in Adityapur

Entrepreneurs of Adityapur industrial area, Seraikela-Kharsawan, have been feeling the heat of the liquidity crunch ever since Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes stopped being legal...   | Read..

Kirmani fields Dhoni for Keenan

As a schoolboy, he started wicket-keeping holding bricks as gloves. Syed Mujtaba Hussain Kirmani, now 66, grew up to stump the world with his brilliance behind the wickets.   | Read..

XLRI mega fest kicks off

The XLRI campus was abuzz once again as Ensemble 2016, the much-talked-about B-school fest, started on Friday.   | Read..

ATMs shut, cash cuffs for Gaya trader

A Gaya-based businessman roaming suspiciously near District More in Hazaribagh town was caught with Rs 24.99 lakh cash on a day ATMs remained shut across the district,...   | Read..

Temples eye donations

Has the scrapping of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes or the ensuing cash crunch turned your attention to what's tucked inside your piggy bank at home? Temples are no different.   | Read..

Fuel bunk owner in net with PLFI lakhs

A petrol pump owner of Ranchi has landed in the police net while trying to deposit Rs 25.38 lakh, allegedly belonging to a PLFI leader, in his account at the Bero branch of...   | Read..

Swachh survey plan

The East Singhbhum district administration is pulling up its socks to improve its ranking in the Swachh Survekshan 2017, the Centre's sanitation survey, by stressing on...   | Read..

Films for social cause

Students can now fight social evils in a better way, thanks to Unicef that is hosting a three-day workshop to create awareness about child rights through film-making.   | Read..

Pipe spills water woes

Most familes, living on either side of a 10km NH-33 stretch between Booty More and Irba Chowk on the state capital's outskirts, couldn't finish their daily chores on...   | Read..

Tribal meet with fashion show

Over 2,000 delegates from across the country are expected to attend Samvaad-2016, a five-day pan-India tribal conclave, to be held in Jamshedpur between November 15 and 19.   | Read..

Guruji, Marandi on CNT dais

The chiefs of two rival parties, who had also served as chief ministers, today came together to warn the government against amending the tenancy laws, the show of unity...   | Read..

3 private varsities to set up campuses

The state government today offered letters of intent to three private universities, which have promised to set up their institutions in Jharkhand and start intake of...   | Read..

Routine bank jobs affected in districts

Usual banking services continued to be severely disrupted across the state today as the staff remained busy catering to the growing crowd of customers, who came to exchange...   | Read..

Sunidhi to perk up Statehood Day gala

Indigenous art, culture and cuisine will be on display during the Foundation Day celebrations that kick off on November 13 while singing sensation Sunidhi Chauhan will...   | Read..

Supply less than promised

Retired engineer of Bokaro Steel (BSL) Rameshwar Prasad Singh breathed a sigh of relief on Friday when he saw his tap running after 48 hours. But, his joy was short-lived.   | Read..

Queues spur jam sessions

Roads of Jamshedpur bore the big demonetisation brunt on Friday.   | Read..
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