The Telegraph
Wednesday , April 26 , 2017

This little girl has a swachh soul

Children of her age would scrimp and save their pocket money to buy storybooks, videogames or even a smartphone. But, 11-year-old Mondrita Chatterjee waits for her piggybank to swell so that she...   | Read..

Late billing trips smart power drive

Power consumers serviced by Jharkhand Urja Vikas Nigam (JUVNL) in Jamshedpur and Adityapur are yet to receive their monthly bill and are apprehensive of a last-minute rush...   | Read..

Track protest delays Steel, Ispat

Several trains, including Steel, Ispat and Janshatabdi expresses, were delayed, some by as much as three hours, following an agitation on the tracks at Barkola between...   | Read..

From forest to class, a giant leap

Their nomadic forefathers gathered fruits, leaves and twigs in forests, some still do. But now, some Birhor youngsters are marching to a different drummer, spurred by new...   | Read..

Waste tap water, face RMC heat

As water crisis threatens to augment the summer torment in the capital, the Ranchi Municipal Corporation (RMC) has decided to pull up households wasting the precious drops.   | Read..

Summer offers a host of sports

Summer camps this year promise to be action-packed with Jharkhand State Sports Promotion Society (JSSPS), Jharkhand State Cricket Association's Country Cricket Club (CCC)...   | Read..

Vendors resurface at sanitised parking lot

Call it the curious paradox of civic crackdowns.   | Read..

Capital has fun with apples

It was raining apples in the capital on Tuesday as scores of people, including children, got free bites of the fruit as well as a taste of fun.   | Read..

Trained sahiyas to lead war on malaria

East Singhbhum district, among the malaria endemic zones of the state, has decided to fall back on women health workers to arrest the spike in malaria cases.   | Read..

Slum Samaritans set 100-toilet target

Where the government falters, do-gooders step in.   | Read..

Riding cradle neighs for outsourced operator

Tata Steel Adventure Foundation (TSAF), which runs the horse-riding school at posh CH Area in Jamshedpur, is now mulling to hand over its reins to an outsourced partner.   | Read..

Renewed focus on intelligence

The mid-day ambush by Maoists in neighbouring Chhattisgarh yesterday has prompted senior police officers in Jharkhand to re-appraise their intelligence network and ask...   | Read..

Four Maoists held in Tamar

Security forces engaged in anti-Naxalite operations arrested four Maoists with a cache of arms and ammunition from Nilkocha forest, about 75km from the district...   | Read..

Girl foetuses found in Deoghar bushes

At least 14 premature foetuses have been recovered from roadside bushes in Mohanpur, Deoghar, in the past two days, raising the ugly question of whether illegal sex...   | Read..

8 baraatis dead in NH mishap

Eight passengers, including three children, were killed last night when two vehicles carrying baraatis collided at a highway curve in Chandwa of Latehar, 15km from district...   | Read..

Babus spout bull in Giridih cow row

Giridih district administration seems to have done a U-turn on BJP MLA Jai Prakash Verma in connection with Sunday's violent cow vigilantism in Bengabad, 190km from Ranchi,...   | Read..

DAV girls lift cricket cup

DAV Centenary Public School, Baniahir, emerged champions by defeating host DPS-Dhanbad by 20 runs in the finals of inter-school girls' cricket tourney at CIMFR grounds in...   | Read..

Steel gets the better of Motors

Tata Steel thrashed Tata Motors by six wickets in a JSCA institution league tie at Keenan Stadium in Jamshedpur on Tuesday.   | Read..
Students of Narbheram Hansraj English School perform on Class XII graduation night on their campus in Bistupur, Jamshedpur, on Tuesday. Over 123...   | Read..
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