The Telegraph
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
 

Jharkhand

Shimmer of hope for Hatia reservoir park

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Seven private companies are learnt to have evinced interest in revamping and running the Hatia Dam park and, if all goes well, the Jharkhand Tourism Development Corporation (JTDC) may be able to handpick a suitable agency by early February....   | Read..
 

Blind eye to banned bull bars

First published on 17-Jan-2018
The authorities may be on an overdrive against helmet-less bikers in the steel city, but are conveniently overlooking another glaring safety offence on roads: use of bull bars on cars and SUVs....   | Read..
 

Runway extension on radar

First published on 17-Jan-2018
The state government and Airports Authority of India (AAI) are expected to soon sign an MoU for transfer of land to extend the existing runway at Birsa Munda Airport and set up an additional termin......   | Read..
 

Blood group riddle in Binay case

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Assistant forensic examiner Nishant Kumar, who appeared as prosecution witness in the Sapphire International School case on Tuesday, could not shed light on technicalities of blood and DNA reports ......   | Read..
 

Tribal art forms mean business

First published on 17-Jan-2018
A young entrepreneur wants ancient tribal art to connect with GeNext....   | Read..
 

Anthem tagged to films plays on

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Cinema halls in Ranchi, Jamshedpur and Dhanbad are playing the national anthem before screening movies though the Supreme Court earlier this month ruled that it was optional and not obligatory for ......   | Read..
 

Truck crashes into shops

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Three shops on the ground floor of two-storey Niklal Bhavan at Piska More under Padra thana area were partially damaged after a coal truck heading towards Ratu Road from Pandra rammed into the outl......   | Read..
 

Pay poop penalty with broom

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Katkamsandi BDO Akhilesh Kumar has issued strict orders that those found defecating openly around Charwa dam reservoir will have to work for four hours, cleaning up Katkamsandi block office....   | Read..
 

Report on clueless teens

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Less than 50 per cent teenage boys and 20 per cent girls have used the internet and only around 10 per cent have used the ATM in one of Jharkhand's most advanced districts, the nationwide annual st......   | Read..
 

Garbage fleet on doorstep

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Adityapur Municipal Council is leaving no stone unturned to produce a clean picture in Swachh Survekshan 2018....   | Read..
 

Basement eatery served an FIR

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Civic guardian JNAC has lodged an FIR against a Sakchi restaurant for operating out of a basement meant for parking....   | Read..
 

Hoot alert for Kerala Blasters

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Kerala Blasters FC can expect to be on the receiving end of a fair share of hooting when they step on to JRD Tata Sports Complex to take on Jamshedpur FC on Wednesday evening, with home team fans r......   | Read..
 

'We must win'

First published on 17-Jan-2018
The pressure of delivering the first win at home was evident on Jamshedpur FC head coach Steve Coppell on Tuesday, the eve of the ISL tie against Kerala Blasters FC on Wednesday....   | Read..
 

Oppostion wants Rajbala scalp

First published on 17-Jan-2018
A delegation of Opposition parties called on governor Droupadi Murmu on Tuesday to demand chief secretary Rajbala Verma, DGP D.K. Pandey, Special Branch ADG Anurag Gupta be removed immediately for ......   | Read..
 

Assault cuffs

First published on 17-Jan-2018
The district's 20-point programme implementation committee vice-chairman Rajdhani Yadav, a BJP member, was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly assaulting transport officer Philbius Barla on the colle......   | Read..
 

Cold wave back after three-day lull

First published on 17-Jan-2018
Browbeaten by bone-numbing chill? Buckle up, the worst is not over....   | Read..
 

Clean sweep & how!

First published on 16-Jan-2018
Over a dozen youths of Bharamtoli in Boreya, a cluster of tribal and OBC families here, have done what civic bodies try but often fail....   | Read..
 

Fair grounds turn foul

First published on 16-Jan-2018
Plastic wrappers, leftover edibles and used thermocol plates were found littered on Domuhani on Monday, a day after the scenic spot hosted Tusu Mela, belying civic guardian Jamshedpur Notified Area......   | Read..
 

Kanke 0°C debate boils over

First published on 16-Jan-2018
It's weather station versus observatory, as Kanke touching freezing point on January 10 and 11 heats up debate....   | Read..
 

Hill Top boy bags $200000 scholarship to Wheaton

First published on 16-Jan-2018
Class XII student of Hill Top School Vaibhav Prakash Pandey was always a team player with enviable inter-personal skills. These great merits have today helped him crack an academic jackpot....   | Read..