The Telegraph
Saturday , March 18 , 2017

From rebel turf to fever pitch

Born and brought up under the shadow of the gun, it was a field day of freedom for 250 schoolchildren who trooped to the JSCA stadium in Dhurwa from the Maoist belt on the fringes of Ranchi on...   | Read..

Short takes on fresh themes

In just five minutes and 33 seconds, a film by students of Gossner College, Ranchi, captured various hues of a boy-girl relationship.   | Read..

Capital trio test showbiz waters

Ranchi-based businessmen have plunged into film production, auguring well for Jharkhand as a film hub in the days to come.   | Read..

Nod to Rs 60cr hi-tech abattoir

Come 2018, Jamshedpur can savour safe meat.   | Read..

RMC vector fight to gain teeth

Ranchi Municipal Corporation (RMC) has woken up to the city's vector menace following an observation of Jharkhand High Court Chief Justice (acting) P. K. Mohanty who rued...   | Read..

Body fished out of dam

The body of Akash K Shukla (22) was recovered on Friday, 24 hours after he was feared to have drowned in the Dhurwa Dam, with police calling his death an act of suicide...   | Read..

Fire at Kokar car outlet

Accessories worth Rs 5 lakh were reduced to ashes in a major fire that broke out in the stockyard of a car showroom and servicing centre in Kokar industrial area of capital...   | Read..

Cultural treat by the lake

What if you get a chance to enjoy bird-watching in the morning and get to shake a leg to Bhojpuri numbers in the evening!   | Read..

Fear lurks on snatch roads

Snatching gangs on bikes are striking at will in Jamshedpur, but police seem to be doing precious little to stem the menace.   | Read..

Governor to usher in three fun varsity days

The stage is set for the 4th Kolhan Youth Festival as the host Karim City College, Jamshedpur, is ready to welcome governor Droupadi Murmu, also the chancellor of...   | Read..

New train to Mumbai on tracks

The bi-weekly Mumbai-Tatanagar Antyodaya Express will chug on its maiden journey from the Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT) on Saturday.   | Read..

Biggies zip lips on nominee

None of the two big parties BJP and JMM is in a hurry to finalise their candidates for the April 9 Littipara bypoll in the wake of both the widows of deceased JMM MLA Anil...   | Read..

Click sparrow, clinch prize

Next time you spot a house sparrow chirping in your balcony, click a photograph and send it to the zoo on its WhatsApp number (7546811116) or post it on its Facebook page...   | Read..

Seraikela chhau fest in April

From Lavni of Maharashtra to Assam's Bhortal, visitors will be in for a cultural treat at the much-awaited annual folk dance festival Rajkiya Chhau Mahotsav to be held from...   | Read..

IIT(ISM) unveils cure-all mine tech

The department of mining engineering of IIT(ISM), Dhanbad has developed a technology that can address the issues plaguing the mining industry, including illegal mining,...   | Read..

CCTV eye on rallies

Hazaribagh district administration is putting up high-resolution CCTV cameras across proposed Ramnavami procession routes to be able to keep an eye on any trouble erupting...   | Read..


Dhanbad, steel city in tame draw

The match between Jamshedpur and Dhanbad ended in a draw at Jealgora Stadium while Lohardaga trounced Sahebganj by 10 wickets in Tata Digwadih Stadium during the second day...   | Read..

First wins in chess tourney

Jamshedpur chess players Kumar Utkarsh, Dev Anup, Jagannath Prasad Sharma, Sanchit Mukherjee, Danial Aind and Shailesh Madne launched their campaign in style on Friday, the...   | Read..
Ajsu Party chief Sudesh Mahto (third from left) and MLA and state water resources minister CP...   | Read..
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