The Telegraph
Thursday , August 17 , 2017

Wrestling outfit ready to shift out

The state wrestling association is understood to have finally indicated its willingness to move its players out of Jaipal Singh Stadium where a national-level sportsman died due to electrocution,...   | Read..

Safety in numbers for rash roads

It is dreadful to learn that a loved one has met with a road accident. What can be more distressing is that news reaching you rather late.   | Read..

Estonia calling Xavier's students

For the first time in its 20-year history, the International Pierre de Coubertin Committee's (CIPC) youth forum will have an Indian delegation and all its members are from...   | Read..

Bogus doctor held near MGM

The owner of a physiotherapy clinic, allegedly masquerading as an orthopaedic, was arrested in Jamshedpur on Wednesday after he tried to swindle a patient of MGM Medical...   | Read..

Before UG class, a crash course on new courses

Kolhan University colleges are helping students navigate the choice-based credit system (CBCS) introduced from this new academic session.   | Read..

Law school loos 'illegally tiny'

Students of Jamshedpur Co-operative Law College on Thursday protested against upcoming toilets on their premises which they said were too tiny for any person to enter.   | Read..

Dress code for parking staff

Staff who manage the parking area outside Tatanagar railway station will now have to follow a dress code.   | Read..

Free hearse service

To honour the departed, Dhanbad Municipal Corporation (DMC) has purchased two air-conditioned hearses that will ferry bodies to the crematorium for free.   | Read..

Top-ranked rebel's man, 3 more give up

Four CPI(Maoist) rebels, including a subzonal commander in the squad of infamous Maoist politburo member Sudhakaran of Telangana, today surrendered before Lohardaga police,...   | Read..

Biz meet bounty for Kolhan districts

The Kolhan region will be the biggest beneficiary of the Rs 2,100 crore-worth projects that will get off the ground on Saturday when chief minister Raghubar Das,...   | Read..

Sharad show to take on JDU meeting

Sharad Yadav has decided to hold a parallel party convention titled "Jan Adalat" in Patna on Saturday to coincide with the Janata Dal United's national executive...   | Read..

Rail-letter day for state

Railway minister Suresh Prabhu will inaugurate four railway projects in Jharkhand through video-conferencing from New Delhi on Thursday.   | Read..

Dalma jumbos in love with Bengal

The picturesque Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary, 30km from here, no longer seems to be the favourite dwelling of the gentle giants.   | Read..

New road to boost police patrol

Better roads mean better policing. That's what the office-in-charge of Sukhdeonagar police station, Nawal Kishore Singh, had to say after the foundation stone of a 2km-road...   | Read..


State shuttle squad named

Jharkhand Badminton Association (JBA) on Wednesday announced a 14-member senior and junior squad for a East zone meet to be held at Thakur Vishwanath Shahdeo Indoor Stadium...   | Read..
A man scoops a boy up in his arms as they brave a flooded lane in Bartand, Dhanbad, on Wednesday afternoon. The coal capital recorded around 20mm...   | Read..
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