The Telegraph
Saturday , June 10 , 2017

Vendors back with vengeance

Barely a year has gone by since Dimna Road in Mango, Jamshedpur, was freed of encroachment, but vendor menace has returned like a curse on this steel city gateway.   | Read..

Property heat on vandals

Jamshedpur police on Friday obtained attachment notices against 21 people, including local Congress leader Firoz Khan, who are accused in the May 20 vandalism in Mango in...   | Read..

Hospital, blood bank in the dock

Ranchi district drug inspector has lodged an FIR against a private hospital and blood bank for collecting units and conducting a transfusion on a patient without performing...   | Read..

Monsoon flow gathers steam

Jharkhand can expect its monsoon prelude anytime now with the IMD offices in Patna and Ranchi on Friday predicting scattered rainfall.   | Read..

Code yellow at Dhurwa greens

Willow warriors of Jharkhand will find themselves in a better fighting position the next time they play at venues outside the state.   | Read..

Garments wholesalers rip into GST

State-level wholesale garments dealers under Jharkhand Thok Vastra Vikreta Sangh took out a torch rally on Friday evening in Upper Bazaar to start its six-day-long protest...   | Read..

Multi-level parking a pipe dream

Unavailability of land has pushed Ranchi Municipal Corporation's ambitious multi-level parking plan to the back burner within a year of its announcement, underscoring how...   | Read..

Unruly ulgulan against Das govt

Birsa Munda's 117th martyrdom day was observed in the state in a politically charged atmosphere with tribal outfits openly displaying anger at the state BJP government in...   | Read..

Cops strike at rebel camps

District police and CRPF jawans have recovered firearms, including an AK-47 assault rifle, from a rebel camp on a hill under Galudih thana area in Ghatshila subdivision,...   | Read..

Lalu invites Hemant to Patna

RJD chief Lalu Prasad, who appeared for a court hearing in a fodder scam case here today, held a closed-door meeting with JMM working president Hemant Soren to discuss a...   | Read..

Jayant slams vandals

Union minister of state for civil aviation Jayant Sinha today expressed his shock over people hurling stones at the state BJP headquarters and tearing posters, some with...   | Read..

Taps dry, shop for water

Over 10,000 residents of two roads at Baikunthnagar in Mango, Jamshedpur, have to purchase water at a premium from private players despite paying water tax to the civic body.   | Read..

Rotary Club pat for twin crusaders

After nine years of his efforts to end hunger on city streets, social worker Ashok Ghosh received a refrigerator where he can store surplus food for the poor and the homeless.   | Read..

26 eye stint at Tata hockey cradle

As many as 26 boys from the hinterlands will dribble at the Tata Hockey Academy at Indian Steel and Wire Products (ISWP) Sports Complex near Telco township in Jamshedpur.   | Read..

Jharia carps at BCCL hurry

Residents of Jharia and representatives of outfits will hold a march on June 15 to protest the haste with which BCCL is trying to vacate the underground fire-hit areas...   | Read..
A priest starts the mahasnan or ritual bathing at Jagannath temple in Dhurwa, Ranchi, on Friday.   | Read..
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