The Telegraph
Monday, February 26, 2018
 

Jharkhand

Turn on sunny limited-period offer

First published on 26-Feb-2018
The Jharkhand State Renewable Energy Development Agency, a wing of state's energy department, is encouraging individuals, social sector and industries to switch to green energy by May 2 this year with a 50 per cent subsidy till that date....   | Read..
 

Flashback 50 at BIT-Sindri

First published on 26-Feb-2018
A well-known bulding consultant in Dubai, Md Imtiaz Hasan felt 50 years roll off from him as he strolled on BIT-Sindri campus and met his hostel roommate Pritpal Singh of the same batch, 1968-73....   | Read..
 

He'll smile ear to ear

First published on 26-Feb-2018
Class V student Ashray Agrawal was born deaf. And, profoundly so, which means his ears did not register any sound even at the highest possible volume....   | Read..
 

Switch to recurve, aim for Asia Cup

First published on 26-Feb-2018
Six months into recurve, tribal archer from Seraikela-Kharsawan Gora Ho, 17, is already donning the jersey for India....   | Read..
 

Knowing Sridevi, a shy girl behind the diva

First published on 26-Feb-2018
For veteran actor Amol Palekar, Sunday was a black day. Palekar was Sridevi's first Bollywood co-star in her debut Hindi film, Solwa Sawan, the 1979 remake of the acclaimed Tamil film 16 Vayathinile....   | Read..
 

Tech tonic for rural healthcare

First published on 26-Feb-2018
Telemedicine services at panchayat-level pragya kendras and BPO jobs for women at such block-level common service centres were the key takeaways from the state's maiden tech summit, Jharkhand IT Co......   | Read..
 

Red flag on tiger turf

First published on 26-Feb-2018
A member of the state steering committee on Palamau Tiger Reserve (PTR) and wildlife expert D.S. Srivastava has shot a letter to the chief secretary's office criticising the government's move to bu......   | Read..
 

Tribal freedom from state etched in stone

First published on 26-Feb-2018
Around 5,000 tribals gathered at Naxalite-hit Kochang village in Khunti, some 35km from the district headquarters and 100km from capital Ranchi on Sunday morning, for the mass ritual of pathalgadi ......   | Read..
 

Rash truck mows down cyclist

First published on 26-Feb-2018
A 45-year-old cyclist, whose identity couldn't be ascertained, was mowed down by a speeding truck on Sunday afternoon near Ara Gate under Tatisilwai police station, about 15km from the district hea......   | Read..
 

Varsity plans research wing

First published on 26-Feb-2018
Moving beyond academics, Kolhan University now plans to set up a research centre to boost innovation and patented ideas by its teachers and students....   | Read..
 

Cloudy today, but don't be fooled

First published on 26-Feb-2018
A cyclonic circulation hovering over north Chhattisgarh and a low-pressure trough over Bihar resulted in moderate thunderstorm activities in several parts of the state, including Ranchi, on Sunday....   | Read..
 

Trade talk

First published on 26-Feb-2018
Jusco honour...   | Read..
 

Pocket pinch, courtesy potato

First published on 26-Feb-2018
Potato prices in the steel city rose sharply from Rs 10/kg on Saturday to Rs 15/kg on Sunday registering a 50 per cent hike in a single day. In Ranchi, tuber rates went up marginally from Rs 10 to ......   | Read..
 

Medal rush in athletics

First published on 26-Feb-2018
Jharkhand claimed 8 medals-2 gold, 1 silver and 5 bronze-at the 39th National Masters Athletics Championship, which concluded at Kanteerava Stadium in Bangalore on Sunday....   | Read..
 

XLRI fest ends on a brainy note

First published on 26-Feb-2018
Brain and brawn went hand in hand on the concluding day of XLerate, the three-day B-school fest, held on its campus on Sunday....   | Read..
 

NIFFT fest rocks on in style

First published on 26-Feb-2018
The second day of JINKS-Pranav, the annual techno-cultural fest of National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology (NIFFT), Hatia, witnessed a fine blend of fun and seriousness....   | Read..
 

Minister greets future energy

First published on 26-Feb-2018
Union minister of petroleum and natural gas Dharmendra Pradhan in Bokaro announced on Sunday that commercial exploitation of coal-bed methane (CBM) in the district would begin from the Rs 2,783 cro......   | Read..
 

Nitish push for Kurmi ST status

First published on 26-Feb-2018
Bihar chief minister and JDU president Nitish Kumar on Sunday advocated Scheduled Tribe (ST) status for Kurmis in Jharkhand besides the expansion of reservation limits in government jobs and educat......   | Read..
 

Temple theft heat on NH

First published on 26-Feb-2018
Several hundred protesters blocked NH-2 for at least three hours on Sunday morning after unidentified people desecrated a temple and stole an idol at Chouparan in Hazaribagh, 65km from the district......   | Read..
 

PM's toilet pat for state women

First published on 26-Feb-2018
In his 41st Mann Ki Baat broadcast on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed the women of Jharkhand saying that they had set a milestone before the country by building lakhs of toilets in reco......   | Read..