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Saturday, January 20, 2018
 

Jharkhand

Traders balk at GST, e-way bills

First published on 20-Jan-2018
Jharkhand is set to launch e-way bills from February 1 as a part of anti-evasive measures discussed during the GST council meeting in New Delhi on Thursday in the backdrop of falling revenues, but traders across cities maintain that unless rules a......   | Read..
 

Youth knifed to death in college

First published on 20-Jan-2018
A 24-year-old man, waiting to meet his girlfriend on her college campus here on Friday afternoon, was stabbed to death by her brother who didn't approve of their love affair....   | Read..
 

Cash-for-NEET rank calls under scanner

First published on 20-Jan-2018
East Singhbhum deputy commissioner Amit Kumar on Friday ordered a probe into dubious phone calls asking local NEET candidates, who appeared for the all-India medical entrance in the first week Janu......   | Read..
 

Gossner student killed in accident

First published on 20-Jan-2018
A first-year student of Gossner College was killed and his classmate injured when the scooter they were riding to campus was hit by an unidentified vehicle in Nagri, 12km from the heart of the city......   | Read..
 

Double-lap January cold wave longest in a decade

First published on 20-Jan-2018
Clear skies and free flow of the North Wind have handed out to Jharkhand its coldest January in the past 10 years and, weathermen say, never before in a decade has the cold wave lasted so long in t......   | Read..
 

Additional funds budget tabled

First published on 20-Jan-2018
Jharkhand's third supplementary budget for the current fiscal was tabled in the Assembly on Friday, detailing expenses to the tune of Rs 1,738.70 crore, an additional burden of Rs 191.76 crore on t......   | Read..
 

Opposition vows more protests

First published on 20-Jan-2018
Opposition MLAs were in a combative mood on Friday even before the Assembly session began at 11am, with most MLAs demanding the action against chief secretary Rajbala Verma, DGP D.K. Pandey and ADG......   | Read..
 

Cong readies for civic polls

First published on 20-Jan-2018
The Congress state unit is confident that the upcoming civic polls would provide the party a golden opportunity to revive its electoral base ahead of the crucial Assembly and parliamentary election......   | Read..
 

Serious Q&A, nothing filmi

First published on 20-Jan-2018
Enthusiastic students of mass communication bombarded award-winning filmmaker and Calcutta-based Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (SRFTI) dean Ashoke Viswanathan with the-ir queries about......   | Read..
 

Corporate support needed

First published on 20-Jan-2018
Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee (JNAC) has decided to seek help from corporate houses to keep the city clean and beautiful in the run-up to Swachh Survekshan 2018....   | Read..
 

Dhanbad park gets ready for guests

First published on 20-Jan-2018
Come April and the residents of Dhanbad town won't have to trek a kilometre away to the Birsa Munda park for a morning walk. Instead they can enjoy the fresh air in the lush green locales around th......   | Read..
 

Push for technology role in farming

First published on 20-Jan-2018
State agriculture minister Randhir Kumar Singh on Friday urged agricultural scientists and IT experts to cash in on the immense potential of information communication technology (ICT) to improve fa......   | Read..
 

Film fest focus on comedy, emotions

First published on 20-Jan-2018
Schoolchildren were left in splits as they watched Charlie Chaplin classic Modern Times during Drishyam 3, the two-day international film festival, at Delhi Public School in Bokaro on Friday....   | Read..
 

Smoke of defiance blunts raid sting

First published on 20-Jan-2018
Sale of cigarettes, gutkha and other tobacco products continued unabated near educational institutions in the state capital on Friday, a day after the administration fined 19 shops in Doranda and R......   | Read..
 

Now, study at this stadium

First published on 20-Jan-2018
In a first, the Sports Authority of Jharkhand (SAJHA) is planning to set up a library at Birsa Munda Football Stadium in Morabadi in the state capital for students preparing for various competitive......   | Read..
 

Ticket sales soar after JFC win

First published on 20-Jan-2018
Jamshedpur FC's first home win on Wednesday has led to the rise in ticket sales for Sunday's ISL outing against Delhi Dynamos FC in the steel city....   | Read..
 

Steel major to court merger

First published on 20-Jan-2018
Tata Steel is believed to be toying with the idea of setting up a centre of excellence for badminton by merging Mohan Ahuja Stadium with a training centre housed on the same compound in Bistupur here....   | Read..
 

Judge seeks arms licence

First published on 20-Jan-2018
CBI special court judge Shivpal Singh, who is hearing fodder scam cases, applied for an arms licence for himself, his son and daughter almost a month before he convicted Lalu Prasad on December 23 ......   | Read..
 

CM breaks his silence on Rajbala

First published on 20-Jan-2018
Raghubar Das told the Assembly on Friday that his government would take appropriate action against chief secretary Rajbala Verma after examining her reply to its showcause notice, but argued that n......   | Read..
 

Hillock settlement scales new heights

First published on 19-Jan-2018
If cleanliness were a place, it would be called Bharamtoli....   | Read..