The Telegraph
Friday , June 9 , 2017

Tall tribute to son of the soil

Sacred soil from Birsa Munda's samadhi in Kokar, Ranchi, was lifted on Thursday and sent ceremoniously to Edalhatu, 60km away, where the foundation stone of a 150-feet-tall statue of the tribal...   | Read..

'Flawed logic' of ABVP protest

The RSS-backed student outfit Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) on Thursday ended its hunger strike and lockout of Ranchi University in protest of so-called...   | Read..

Towering guardians of bolt land

An unlikely friend is helping Jamshedpur buffer the bolt from the blue unlike the rest of Kolhan.   | Read..

Now, pills at fair price

East Singhbhum got its first generic medicine store in Jamshedpur on Thursday, thanks to a private initiative, but two of the biggest state hospitals in the district are...   | Read..

Capital zoo plays mom to leopard cubs

Two tiny leopard cubs, possibly 10 or 12 days old, their eyes not yet open, huddled against each other helplessly in the forest.   | Read..

Industrial bin for hospital trash

The hazardous waste management plant, an important component of the Adityapur Auto Cluster project in Seraikela-Kharsawan, will also help safely dispose of biomedical waste...   | Read..

A smoother ride now, with a job he likes

National cyclist Ram Kumar Bhatt, 29, who spent years working as a private security guard in Dhanbad, finally has a job with decent pay that does justice to his talents.   | Read..

Life term for triple murder in Bokaro

A Bokaro court on Thursday sentenced two iron scrap dealers to life - with periods of rigorous imprisonment in between - in an infamous triple murder case dating back to...   | Read..

Gadkari crores for NH-33

Union road transport, highways and shipping minister Nitin Gadkari, in Ranchi today for Modi Fest, the ongoing nationwide gala to celebrate NDA's three years at the Centre,...   | Read..

Godda baby steps to cashless comfort

Faced with problems such as poor internet connectivity and low use of smartphones, the Godda administration is taking slow but steady steps to promote cashless transaction...   | Read..

Suspected rapist lynched

A 50-year-old man was lynched for allegedly raping a Dalit woman in Rehla thana area of Palamau district today.   | Read..

Colleges hit digital wall

Colleges under Kolhan University have decided to switch to digital transactions but lack of awareness among staff and students in the rural areas seems to be holding back...   | Read..
Aspirants for police assistant jobs take part in a race to put their physical fitness to the test at Golmuri Police Lines in Jamshedpuron...   | Read..
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