The Telegraph
Friday, February 23, 2018
 

Jharkhand

Shop owner found murdered

First published on 29-Oct-2017
Protesters blocked the road connecting the city with Ratu block near Ravi Steel factory for three hours on Saturday after the body of a grocery shop owner with two stab wounds was recovered from the banks of Banhaura rivulet around 6.30am....   | Read..
 

Fashion & fun on school campuses

First published on 29-Oct-2017
From Mother Mary to Modi, Bollywood to Bible, two fests on steel city school campuses had it all on Saturday....   | Read..
 

IIT wizards on start-up drive

First published on 29-Oct-2017
The entrepreneurship cell of IIT-Kharagpur is all set to organise their entrepreneurship awareness drive (EAD), an event that has spawned 50 start-ups, in Ranchi for the first time....   | Read..
 

Jab they met Imtiaz

First published on 29-Oct-2017
They have learnt to live with pain. On Saturday, they got a reason to smile....   | Read..
 

A panchayat of hunger

First published on 29-Oct-2017
Rendered immobile by joint pain, Budhni Gope, a 76-year-old woman of an East Singhbhum hamlet, 101km from Jamshedpur, has not got ration since June. She lives on her Rs 600-a-month widow pension an......   | Read..
 

Puzzle of 'foolproof' PDS

First published on 29-Oct-2017
The state food minister acknowledged that some 4,000 ration card holders at East Singhbhum's Lodhasholi panchayat, some 100km from here, had not got ration since June due to grain theft at source, ......   | Read..
 

Mega show to mine dividends

First published on 29-Oct-2017
Over 7,000 business visitors are expected to attend the big-ticket three-day Jharkhand Mining Show starting October 30 to be inaugurated by chief minister Raghubar Das, with Union minister for coal......   | Read..
 

Envoy body sent to Calcutta

First published on 29-Oct-2017
The body of Myanmar's consul-general in Calcutta, 49-year-old Pyi Soe was handed over to consulate officials on Saturday to be taken to Calcutta via road from Dumri in Giridih, where on Friday morn......   | Read..
 

Spurious liquor claims 5 lives

First published on 29-Oct-2017
At least five people died and four others were taken ill after consuming suspected spurious liquor in Rohtas district, around 140km southwest of Patna, late on Friday....   | Read..
 

PG cheer for AIIMS in Patna

First published on 29-Oct-2017
AIIMS-Patna is planning to start postgraduate courses by December....   | Read..
 

Minority card in study grant

First published on 29-Oct-2017
The Bengal government has registered more than 32 lakh minority students under its scholarship schemes so far this year, up from 23 lakh last year....   | Read..
 

Kadma outfit clinches title

First published on 29-Oct-2017
NAC-Kadma clinched the Jamshedpur Sporting Association (JSA) volleyball league title by handing out a straight sets win over ADMH Club-Baridih in the finals held at JRD Tata Sports Complex at Bistu......   | Read..
 

Steel city to finally get some nightlife

First published on 29-Oct-2017
Double Down? Don't do a double-take....   | Read..
 

BIT-Mesra gears up for racing event

First published on 29-Oct-2017
The city may not have a Formula 1 racing circuit such as the Buddha International Circuit in Greater Noida or international drivers such as Karun Chandhok or Narain Karthikeyan, but a students' tea......   | Read..
 

Archery trials begin

First published on 29-Oct-2017
Arrows from recurve bows whizzed past on Saturday morning as some of the country's ace archers lined up at JRD Tata Sports Complex in Bistupur to try their luck at the two-day selection trials for ......   | Read..
 

Stage set for unity run

First published on 29-Oct-2017
The East Singhbhum district administration on Saturday began preparations to ensure a successful Run for Unity on Tuesday....   | Read..
 

Ripple of prayers on riverbanks

First published on 28-Oct-2017
More than 9 lakh people offered arghya to the setting and the rising sun across 60-plus riverbanks, lakes and ponds in the capital and steel city on Thursday and Friday, bringing to an end the four......   | Read..
 

Truck in reverse gear kills boy

First published on 28-Oct-2017
A 10-year-old boy returning home after attending Chhath rituals with his parents and relatives at a Subernarekha ghat was run over by a mini-truck in reverse gear in suburban Hurlung, near Telco, e......   | Read..
 

CM plans no-car zones in cities

First published on 28-Oct-2017
Movement of vehicles near two commercial hubs of Ranchi and Jamshedpur will be restricted, chief minister Raghubar Das has proposed, the idea to be executed after statehood day functions of Novembe......   | Read..
 

Fresh cave-in in coal town

First published on 28-Oct-2017
A smoke-spewing 15-feet-deep and 12-feet-wide crater that had yawned open in the backyard of a tea vendor's home in the underground fire-hit Sudamdih Main Colony area, 25km from Dhanbad on Thursday......   | Read..