The Telegraph
Monday , August 21 , 2017

Homeless hamlet in Jharia voices hurt

The mood on Sunday ranged from frustration and anger to confusion and despair at Mohribandh amid shoddy rehabilitation efforts a day after land subsidence damaged more than two dozen homes and...   | Read..

Litter station, pay Rs 500

The Chakradharpur railway division, as a part of the ongoing Swachh Rail Swachh Bharat campaign, has started a cleanliness drive at several stations under its jurisdiction,...   | Read..

Cyber safety on school rosters

Cyber stalking and cyber bullying are new-age terms of torment that target pre-teen and teenage students.   | Read..

Peak honour for Premlata

Everester and Padma Shri Premlata Agarwal, 54, will receive the Tenzing Norgay National Adventure Awards this year.   | Read..

Stab horror baffles cops

The body of a youth was found with multiple stab wounds, including in his private parts, at Purani Ranchi on Saturday morning around 8.30, but police have not made any...   | Read..


A mound of stone chips has been blocking easy access to an ATM of Axis Bank near Karamtoli Chowk in Ranchi for the past 10 days. Not only is it causing inconvenience...   | Read..

10 questions

Manoranjan Prasad Sinha, recently appointed vice chancellor of Sido Kanhu Murmu University in Dumka, on campus security and future plans    | Read..


Medical bill   | Read..

Trade talk


State to foster lynch victim's son

Chief minister Raghubar Das today directed the Sahebganj district administration to expedite investigations into yesterday's lynching of Golpati Devi (40) on the suspicion...   | Read..

Mining babus get vigil onus

The state mining department, and not the police will check vehicles carrying minerals products with immediate effect, the Raghubar Das government spokesperson Nidhi Khare...   | Read..

FJCCI poll on biz ease plank

The annual election of the Federation of Jharkhand Chamber of Commerce and Industries (FJCCI), the apex trade body of the state, will be held on August 27 at Marwari Bhavan...   | Read..

Trash travels to roads

Adityapur Municipal Council's five-day-old system of collecting domestic trash from households in Adityapur and Gamharia is already in a deep mess.   | Read..

Two-year milestone for NGO

On its second anniversary on Monday, Lok Samarpan -an NGO founded by chief minister Raghubar Das's son Lalit - will make some generous donations.   | Read..

Cong ups ante for Jaynagar train

The state Congress today demanded the resumption of the Ranchi-Jaynagar Express and services of nine other trains that were among those cancelled following the closure of...   | Read..
Girls on a motorcycle on Ram Mandir Road in Sector I, Bokaro, on Sunday morning present a casebook of traffic safety violations on a platter - no...   | Read..
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