The Telegraph
Monday , December 12 , 2016

Cards to go places, ATMs stay dry

Ranchi railway division, under South Eastern Railway, has geared up in response to the railway ministry's directive to make ticketing system cashless.   | Read..

Sunday cash roast again

The weekend bank holiday triggered a cash crisis at city ATMs today even a month after demonetisation was announced on November 8, fuelling fears that the money flow had...   | Read..

Hockey duo seek transfer

Two national-level women hockey players employed with Ranchi railway division are allegedly mulling to move out of Jharkhand to join other divisions, as bureaucratic apathy...   | Read..

SI found hanging at police barracks

A 54-year-old sub-inspector (SI) was found hanging from the ceiling of his quarters at the police barracks here today.   | Read..

Trade Talk

Tata Power’s strategic engineering division on December 6 received an order from the Union defence ministry for the supply of Pinaka Multi Rocket Launcher System...   | Read..


With the entire country exercised over demonetisation of high-value currency, the state government needs to publish a list of MLAs and ministers, and the number of old...   | Read..


The system at  the high court needs to be overhauled as police aren’t prompt. The present  security is of no value   | Read..

Creative recycling at science meet

Did you know discarded tin cans, plywood and thermocol could be used to make vehicles, fire extinguishers and fridges?   | Read..

Fun on the go with a message

After a gap of only three weeks, Jam@Streets was back with a bang today with youngsters putting on their thinking caps to entertain the 15,000-strong crowd.   | Read..

North Wind pops chill pill

Blame the crisp north-westerly winds for the morning shivers.   | Read..

A day late on foggy tracks

Dense fog in north India has badly wrecked Delhi-Howrah train schedules, with many that pass through the coal town running more than a day late.   | Read..

Bartering for survival

Urban Jharkhand may be reeling under cash crunch, but farmers in rural parts of the state have found a way around the crisis.   | Read..

Swipe card, get licence to drive

Visitors to the district transport office on Lake Road need not worry about cash any longer. From Wednesday, they can swipe cards at the three point of sale machines...   | Read..

Bridge between doc & home

State welfare department today launched rural treatment facility Chikitsa Aapke Dwar, under which 40 paramedics, trained by Rinchi Trust Hospital in Kathal More, would be...   | Read..

'Black paper' against govt

Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (JVM) will release a black paper about "the failures and misdeeds of the state government" on December 27 as Raghubar Das-led BJP...   | Read..

Mukhiya shot in head

The mukhiya of Jargo panchayat in rebel hotbed Tamar was dragged out of his home by unidentified men, masquerading as police, and shot in the head in the small hours today.   | Read..

Explosives haul in Latehar

Acting on a tip-off by local residents, police today recovered a huge cache of 120 IEDs, two cylinder bombs, weighing 5kg each, and 200m codex wire, used in landmine...   | Read..
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