The Telegraph
Saturday , July 8 , 2017

GST hiccups grow louder
Big pill poser in new tax regime

Lack of clarity on medicine prices under the new GST regime has hit supply across Ranchi, Dhanbad and Bokaro while Jamshedpur, which has started receiving freshly rated stocks, is still confused to...   | Read..

Teatime snacks do a vanishing act

You got to risk it if you want the biscuit, they say. But, residents of Ranchi and Jamshedpur are being denied the munch and more even if they are willing to risk emptying...   | Read..

Another baby boy found dumped

A healthy newborn boy was found early on Friday morning in Sitaramdera, Jamshedpur, merely three days after another baby boy was recovered from the bushes in Sonari area,...   | Read..

Doubts plague ICSE council plan

The ICSE council may have clarified that the tests it has proposed for students of Classes V and VIII will not be board exams and they will not add to the stress young...   | Read..

Coal capital in recycling mode

Dhanbad Municipal Corporation (DMC) will embark on a waste recycling pilot project at one of its 55 wards with the help of a start-up launched by IIT (ISM) students who...   | Read..

Fuel retailers advised to get GST number

Retail dealers of petrol and diesel in the state have been advised to get GSTIN (Goods and Services Tax Identification Number) even though the fuel items are outside the...   | Read..

Bistupur doctor robbed of Rs 4 lakh

An unidentified young man robbed a 60-year-old retired doctor of Rs 4 lakh at Diagonal Road auto-rickshaw stand in Bistupur, Jamshedpur, on Friday afternoon.   | Read..

Special trains on Puja tracks

The South Eastern Railway has decided to introduce two weekly special trains on Santragachi-Pune, via Tatanagar, and Tatanagar-Visakhapatnam routes to cope up with the rush...   | Read..

Jharia rehab cut-off is 2009

Union coal secretary Susheel Kumar and state chief secretary Rajbala Verma asked the Dhanbad district administration to consider 2009 as the cut-off for deciding on who...   | Read..

Piety with purpose

Chief minister Raghubar Das today announced health cover up to Rs 2 lakh for the poor and proposed the constitution of an entrepreneurship board to promote rural women.   | Read..

Bid to monitor school fees

The state government is readying an act to regulate fees of private schools.   | Read..

Deoghar gets into mela mode

The holy city of Deoghar is ready to host the month-long Shravani Mela from Monday.   | Read..


Tennis tourney back in town after 8 years

Racquet kids from 12 states will blaze the clay courts of Jamshedpur's Beldih Club and United Club in the All India National Ranking Junior Tennis Tournament, qualifying...   | Read..
Mounds of soil block the approach road to the 115-year-old Naga temple near Beldih Golf Course in Jamshedpur on Friday. Established in 1905, the...   | Read..
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