The Telegraph
Friday , May 19 , 2017

Transport office touts get the boot

Ranchi district transport officer (DTO) Nagendra Paswan on Thursday ordered applications for driving licence, vehicle registration and the like would not move without physical verification of the...   | Read..

JVM protest hits freeways

Vehicular traffic in suburbs and on highways was disrupted for the better half of Thursday as supporters of JVM enforced a statewide “chakka jam” in protest...   | Read..

Doubts cloak visitor death

A 50-year-old professional from Bangalore, staying at a hotel in Jamshedpur, died in hospital around Wednesday midnight apparently within six hours of complaining of a...   | Read..

Witness quiz nears end

The examination of witnesses in the Sapphire International School murder case is likely to conclude before July-end.   | Read..

Exercise in open to battle the bulge

Getting in shape won't burn a hole in your pocket now. Free, open-air gyms are fast catching up as a popular alternative to swanky fitness centres in the steel city.   | Read..

Blaze chars man in bed

An octogenarian's love for bedside tea led to his gory death at a posh locality of Ranchi around 1.30am on Thursday.   | Read..

Have lunch, be safe

Commuters and drivers, especially those steering trucks and trailers, will get to see road safety messages when they stop over at eateries along the NH-33 stretch between...   | Read..

Steel city climber duo set out for tallest target

After undergoing rigorous acclimatisation drills at the 17,600ft base camp, Jamshedpur climbers Hemant Gupta, 26, and Payo Murmu, 51, left for the Everest summit on...   | Read..

OC showcaused over FIR row

A showcause notice was issued to the officer-in-charge of Tatisilwai police station after a clerk refused to provide a receipt of an FIR lodged in connection with a theft...   | Read..

Chas gets better power supply

Chief minister Raghubar Das on Thursday inaugurated online from Ranchi a power substation of Jharkhand Bijli Vitran Nigam (JBVNL) at Bari Cooperative Area in Chas to give...   | Read..

Dhanbad tightens leash on rogue autos

Dhanbad district administration on Thursday decided to take a spate of measures to allot routes for auto-rickshaws and prevent drivers from overloading and flouting traffic...   | Read..

JVM rolls out clout

A total of 2,725 JVM leaders and workers were taken into custody today from 14 out of 24 districts of Jharkhand during the party's statewide chakka jam programme meant to...   | Read..

Ex-MP nailed for murder

A Jharkhand court today convicted former MP Prabhunath Singh (63) in connection with the 1995 murder of Ashok Singh, the then Janata Dal MLA from Masrakh in Saran, the...   | Read..

Cadets for new cradle

Twenty-six boys, in the age group of 12-14, from Khunti and Simdega have been selected to be the first batch of trainees at a hockey academy set to start functioning at the...   | Read..

Strike at Surda mines

Over 800 workers of the underground Surda mines of Hindustan Copper in Ghatshila have been on strike for the third day running to demand a hike in minimum wages.   | Read..
A Royal Bengal Tiger enjoys a dip in a moat inside its enclosure at Tata zoo in Jamshedpur on Thursday as the mercury hovered around 39°C....   | Read..
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