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Sunday, January 21, 2018
 

Jharkhand

Funds sanctioned for new hospitals

First published on 04-Nov-2017
The state cabinet sanctioned funds on Friday for construction of 500-bed hospitals at three new medical colleges proposed to be set up in Dumka, Hazaribagh and Daltonganj and another one at Mahtma Gandhi Medical College (MGM) at Dimna in Jamshedpur....   | Read..
 

Undertrial dead

First published on 04-Nov-2017
Pakur administration has started an inquiry following the death of a murder accused in sadar hospital on Friday....   | Read..
 

HC to get three new judges

First published on 04-Nov-2017
The Supreme Court on Friday issued a notification stating that it had cleared the names of three advocates to be elevated as additional judges of Jharkhand High Court....   | Read..
 

3rd rhino killed in Kaziranga

First published on 04-Nov-2017
Kaziranga National Park lost its third rhino this year with poachers killing a male animal at Burahpahar range in Nagaon district on Thursday night. The carcass was found with its horn removed....   | Read..
 

Patna whip on tobacco shops

First published on 04-Nov-2017
Patna Municipal Corporation (PMC) will become the first civic body in the country which is going to rein in shops selling tobacco products without valid licence for it....   | Read..
 

Extras help states win matches

First published on 04-Nov-2017
Bihar, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh won their respective matches on the 2nd day of the North-East Bihar U-19 Women's Cricket Tournament of BCCI here on Friday....   | Read..
 

Good start for Jharkhand

First published on 04-Nov-2017
A fine unbeaten 83 by Utkarsh Singh helped Jharkhand reach 266 for six on the opening day of Col. C.K. Nayudu Trophy under-23 tie against Chhattisgarh at Kee-nan Stadium here on Friday....   | Read..
 

Class XII boys held over minor rape

First published on 04-Nov-2017
Two Class XII students of St Xavier's College on Purulia Road in the capital were arrested on Friday in connection with the rape of a 14-year-old tribal girl near BIT-Mesra on Thursday evening....   | Read..
 

Axe on NTPC manager

First published on 04-Nov-2017
NTPC has suspended a general manager at its Unchahar plant without specifying his role in Wednesday's explosion of a boiler ash pipe that has claimed 32 workers' lives so far....   | Read..
 

SC to hear note plea

First published on 04-Nov-2017
A five-judge constitution bench, which would decide the validity of the Centre's November 8, 2016, decision to scrap Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, would also deal with the pleas seeking to deposit the......   | Read..
 

Kidnap tweet to CM spurs probe

First published on 03-Nov-2017
An Oman-based MNC employee's tweet to the chief minister on Wednesday about the alleged kidnapping of his family for ransom prompted police to launch an investigation, with preliminary findings ind......   | Read..
 

Undying spirit of a dying trade hub

First published on 03-Nov-2017
A passer-by hollers, " Bhaiya andolan kab tak chalega?" Vinod Goswami promptly replies, "Jab tak phir se train nahi chalega?"...   | Read..
 

Sonari robbers in net

First published on 03-Nov-2017
A couple from Bengal who orchestrated the armed robbery at a Sonari flat on Tuesday evening have been arrested along with two of their aides and most of the Rs 7.3 lakh gold-and-cash booty....   | Read..
 

Bus stand revamp in limbo

First published on 03-Nov-2017
It is anybody's guess when the old bus stand near Overbridge on Main Road, among the 15 that are to be developed under a private-public partnership, will get its much-needed makeover....   | Read..
 

U-shaped answer to a prayer

First published on 03-Nov-2017
A U-shaped railway overbridge costing around Rs 6 crore will come up at Jugsalai in the near future to help end traffic bottlenecks at the existing railway crossing....   | Read..
 

Mystery glitch leaves taps dry

First published on 03-Nov-2017
A mysterious defect in the pipeline has deprived about 25 families residing near posh Lalpur Chowk of tap water for the last seven months....   | Read..
 

Mango stir threat over NH-33 potholes

First published on 03-Nov-2017
Residents of Mango have decided to go on an indefinite fast to protest against the poor condition of the NH-33, especially the 6km stretch between Pardih and Baliguma that passes through the steel ......   | Read..
 

Surgery gifts vision

First published on 03-Nov-2017
Sixty is the new fifty for Nuresha Bibi....   | Read..
 

Coal town clean-up at night on way

First published on 03-Nov-2017
Dhanbad Municipal Corporation is planning to resume night shift cleaning in commercial places in its five circles ahead of the Centre's cleanliness survey, Swachh Survekshan 2018....   | Read..
 

Age no bar for athlete

First published on 03-Nov-2017
Achinto Pramanik is nothing like the regular 65-year-olds we come across....   | Read..