The Telegraph
Saturday , April 22 , 2017

Speed control picks up pace

Ranchi and Jamshedpur can now wish their bus passengers a happy journey.   | Read..

Bike theft cuffs on junkies

Two young men who stole small vehicles and sold dismantled parts to fund their drug habits were arrested in Jamshedpur on Friday.   | Read..

For the love of planet Earth

Love me, love my planet.   | Read..

Golden hope for conned investors

The agonising wait for justice may soon be over for more than 100,000 Jharkhand residents who had invested Rs 350 crore in Golden Forest India (GFIL), one of the largest...   | Read..

Sapphire case in list limbo

It has been more than a year since Class VII student of Sapphire International School Binay Mahto was found fatally battered on the campus near Ranchi. But, justice...   | Read..

Curtains on LAL BATTI

In the corridors of power on Friday, the morning after chief minister Raghubar Das banned the use of beacons by bureaucrats and VIPs in tune with Prime Minister Narendra...   | Read..

Light signals road chaos

Traffic lights in the city are creating havoc in Ranchi. No one knows when they work and when they don't.   | Read..

Advocates fume at bill

Lawyers from across Jharkhand today joined their counterparts in the rest of India to protest proposed amendments in the Advocates Act 1961, which The Bar Council of India...   | Read..

Godda game plan to dodge Adani unrest

The Godda district administration today demarcated land in Gaighat and Petwi villages for Adani Group's 1,600MW power plant by tactfully dodging JVM principal general...   | Read..

Joint hunt to smoke out rebels

Over 3,000 policemen have zeroed in on Burhapahar forests spread over Latehar and Garhwa districts of Jharkhand and Balrampur district of neighbouring Chhattisgarh to go...   | Read..

Tata teams lose on pitch

Two matches at the JSCA institution league saw close finishes on Friday, the second day of the nine-day cricket meet. While Usha Martin defeated Tata Motors by 8 runs at...   | Read..

Class in China for two steel city principals

Two well-known principals of Jamshedpur will visit China next week to pick up new techniques in teaching methods.   | Read..

Knife attack on shop owner

A 50-year-old grocery shop owner, who had stepped out for morning walk, suffered grievous injury to his neck when he was attacked by his neighbour's son with a knife in...   | Read..

Brewing coffee & campus quick-fix

In a welcome change from the conventional sit-in, college students of Jamshedpur on Friday discussed their problems with administrative and education officials at the...   | Read..

Cricket tourney for coal town schoolgirls

As daytime temperatures soaring above 40°C in Dhanbad, girls from six local schools gear up for a cricket tournament.   | Read..

Tribals unite for bloodless Sendra

Two tribal outfits that had celebrated Sendra last year on two days have joined hands to observe a symbolic bloodless Bishu Shikar or annual hunting festival at Dalma...   | Read..
An overcast sky over Boreya Road in Ranchi on Friday afternoon. The capital, which fried at 40.4°C in the daytime, turned rather pleasant and...   | Read..
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