The Telegraph
Monday , March 27 , 2017
 
Jharkhand
 

Pranab visit sparks tribal outcry

President Pranab Mukherjee's upcoming visit to the capital on April 1 is already brewing two storms, a known one and another that comes as a surprise.   | Read..
 

Bolly takes over road fest

After a two-month break, Jamshedpur hosted the seventh edition of Jam@Streets on Sunday morning, the first in 2017, keeping its pledge of vehicle-free celebrations with...   | Read..
 

More aides of MLA quizzed

Six persons - including two more supporters of Jharia MLA Sanjeev Singh, the prime accused in Congress leader and cousin Niraj Singh's murder - were quizzed at different...   | Read..
 

Extortion cuffs on impostor

A 40-year-old man, posing as a member of the notorious Akhilesh Singh gang, was arrested from Kadma in Jamshedpur on Sunday for making extortion calls to a doctor and...   | Read..
 

Winners all at the wheel

A message mocking restrictions on women during menstruation on a car in Ranchi?   | Read..
 

Gujarat bitter pill for Modi fan

A businessman from the Jharkhand capital has allegedly been deceived on the pretext of trade liaison by a pharmaceutical company in Gujarat, mocking concerted efforts to...   | Read..
 

26 new city buses

Officials of Ranchi Municipal Corporation (RMC) along with district transport officer Nagendra Paswan on Sunday inspected one of the 26 new 28-seater city buses expected to...   | Read..
 

Quality lens on schools

The East Singhbhum district education department on Sunday organised a workshop on quality enhancement of government schools.   | Read..
 

Murder spurs marathon roadblock

The Khunti-Ranchi road was blocked in Murhu for more than four hours this morning and witnessed sporadic violence in protest against the murder of a district BJP leader...   | Read..
 

Killer truck torched in Chatra

A truck was set on fire this morning after it ran over a 55-year-old man in Piparwar police station area of Chatra district, around 70km from the state capital.   | Read..
 

Celsius leaps to 40°, cities begin to wilt

Maximum temperatures today breached the oppressive 40°C mark in several parts of the state, including steel city Jamshedpur, heralding the onset of a sweltering summer.   | Read..
 
Chief minister Raghubar Das attends the working committee meeting of the BJP's minority cell at Dhurwa in Ranchi on Sunday.
 
 
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