The Telegraph
Saturday , August 12 , 2017

Minister at receiving end of BJP vs BJP row

State health minister Ramchandra Chandravanshi was today cornered in the state Assembly by his party colleagues over the poor functioning of Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS), the...   | Read..

Medical bill to go back to select panel

Assembly Speaker Dinesh Oraon today referred the Medical Protection Bill, tabled by state health minister Ramchandra Chandravanshi, back to the select committee after BJP's...   | Read..

Cabinet okays sand policy

Jharkhand cabinet today gave its nod to a two-tier sand management system in the hope that it would put an end to illegalities surrounding it, the new policy drawing...   | Read..

Bamboo fence for killer waterfalls

The tragedy at Jonha Falls that claimed two teenaged students on Thursday, in a stirring reminder of how unwarranted risks can snuff out young lives, has prompted state...   | Read..

Trailer runs over morning walker

A 54-year-old Jamshedpur homemaker, who was out on a morning walk on Friday around 5.30am, was fatally hit by a speeding trailer near the crossing of Anil Sur Path on...   | Read..

Girl's piggybank to clean rescue

On a day the Akshay Kumar-Bhumi Pednekar starrer Toilet: Ek Prem Katha released in India to mixed reviews, a Class VII schoolgirl in Jamshedpur made the same...   | Read..

Toilet movie inspires mukhiyas

Dhanbad district administration on Friday held a free screening of Toilet: Ek Prem Katha for 256 village heads (mukhiyas) and jal sahiyas or grassroots women...   | Read..

High spirits at rehearsal

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Cradle takes kidnap cover

Cluny Convent School, near which a Class X girl was almost abducted by a gang of boys on Thursday morning, turned into a fortress in 24 hours flat.   | Read..

Bokaro man tests swine flu positive

A 74-year-old man from Bokaro, admitted to a private hospital in Ranchi with fever and fatigue last week, is officially the first patient of swine flu in Jharkhand this...   | Read..

Hunt for radicals hots up in steel hub

Two days after a Jamshedpur native was nabbed in Saudi Arabia for his suspected links with Al-Qaeda in Indian Subcontinent (AQIS), the anti-terror squad (ATS) in Jharkhand...   | Read..

Fun in Queen's tongue

What if you had to confidently speak on 'scuba diving in Sakchi's garam nala' or 'cheating is good for health'?   | Read..

Crackdown on road hogs

East Singhbhum district administration launched a crackdown on encroachers at Sakchi market in Jamshedpur on Friday and imposed fines on illegal shop extensions on...   | Read..

Railway ticket sales shoot up

The dhaaks may not have arrived at the pandals yet, but for clerks at the ticket counters at Tatanagar railway station in Jamshedpur, the festive heat is already in full...   | Read..

Carmel lifts trophy

Carmel Junior College beat Kerala Public School (Kadma) 4-3 in a penalty shootout to clinch the senior boys ASISC football title at Carmel Bal Vihar ground here today.   | Read..

Fair shuttlers shine

East Singhbhum shuttlers Deyashi Kanjibiliya and Monica Kumari qualified in the women's singles semi-finals by posting comfortable wins at the 48th Mohan Memorial...   | Read..

Train security beefed up

Security measures have been stepped up in trains and stations at Dhanbad division of East Central Railway after a low intensity bomb was recovered from the toilet of Akal...   | Read..
Dhanbad artiste Nandini Sengupta (second from left) poses with her music CD at her home on Friday, a day before the launch of her second collection...   | Read..
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