The Telegraph
Friday , April 21 , 2017

School e-fees fox parents

Most reputable English-medium schools in Ranchi affiliated to CBSE and ICSE have switched over to the cashless mode of accepting fees, a bulk of them during this new academic year, leaving many...   | Read..

Care hub for blood disorder

Instead of matching horoscopes, couples planning marriage should profile their blood to know if either is a carrier of thalassemia, an inherited disorder characterised by...   | Read..

Ropeway plan hangs loose

A Calcutta company that had signed an MoU with the state government at the February global investors' summit, pledging to invest Rs 300 crore to build ropeways at Ranchi's...   | Read..

Wholesale hub a crying shame

No drinking water provision, a urinal too dirty to use, no streetlights, broken roads.   | Read..

Smoking out danger

Students of SAFE Club of Narbheram Hansraj English School in Jamshedpur learn to use a fire extinguisher during a demo on Thursday.   | Read..

Twin tips for civic upgrade

Representation quota and number of wards in upgraded civic bodies were the two dominant issues as residents of Mango and Jugsalai attended a three-hour public hearing at...   | Read..

Don's dossier sent to ED

In a rare move to bleed dry crime funding in Jharkhand, Ranchi police have submitted to the Enforcement Directorate a dossier of 100 acres of land allegedly amassed by...   | Read..

Man severs son's head

A 28-year-old man killed and decapitated his four-year-old son on Thursday and fled with his head only to be caught and thrashed by fellow villagers who handed him over to...   | Read..

Murmu goes wow over green achievers

Watermelons have literally put the life of Khunti resident Gomatri Mundu on a roll.   | Read..

CM 'adopts' Littipara

Chief minister Raghubar Das today said he had "adopted" all 462 villages in Littipara Assembly constituency as a challenge to develop one of India's most "...   | Read..

Marandi meets governor

JVM president Babulal Marandi today staged a dharna before Raj Bhavan and submitted a memorandum to governor Droupadi Murmu, demanding immediate suspension of land...   | Read..

Licence heat on 6 polluting units

Six sponge iron units, that were keeping air filtration devices switched off with an eye on power bills, are likely to lose their industrial licence for polluting the...   | Read..

HC fiat on illegal mining

Jharkhand High Court today came down heavily on the government for its inability to curb illegal mining in the state and directed the chief secretary to suspend all erring...   | Read..

Steel major pitches win

Tata Steel posted a 4-wicket victory over Rungta Mines on Thursday in a Group A match of JSCA's nine-day institution cricket league.   | Read..

A knight in charge of Chaibasa chess

Moving knights and pawns on the board for seven years now, this 22-year-old is now trying to steer chess in West Singhbhum district to a new high.   | Read..

Ranchi, Simdega post wins

Ranchi defeated Jamshedpur by seven runs while Simdega trounced Dhanbad by three wickets during the JSCA inter-district (U-16) elite group tournament in Dhanbad on Thursday.   | Read..

Mock drill   | Read..
St Mary's Hindi High School (blue jersey with yellow border) play against Kerala Public School Burmamines (dark blue jersey) on the opening day of...   | Read..
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