The Telegraph
Thursday, February 22, 2018
 

Jharkhand

Lust for speed maims & kills on rash roads

First published on 22-Feb-2018
An unborn child and two five-year-old girls were among five killed in two road accidents, one of them involving a speeding school bus, in and around the capital on Wednesday....   | Read..
 

Poison chocolate in double murder

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Imported chocolate laced with poison killed six-year-old Akshak and his mother Munni Singh (35) at their Vijaya Gardens home in Baridih, police suspect....   | Read..
 

Boat ride a balancing act

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Sohan Karmali, a Class IX student of BIT High School, takes a risky ferry service to his campus every day. Ranjit Kumar Mahto, a BSc student of Ranchi College, too hops into a boat - that has no oa......   | Read..
 

Cut-off blow to slum residents

First published on 22-Feb-2018
The cabinet's decision to provide lease rights to illegal settlers on government land in the urban areas has evoked a mixed reaction from slum dwellers of the steel city....   | Read..
 

Lakhan pedals closer to mentor job

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Lakhan Hansda, the state's only international pedal star, has moved a step closer towards bagging the coveted job of a mentor of the national cycling team for Special Olympics International World S......   | Read..
 

Officials clueless on squatter data

First published on 22-Feb-2018
The cabinet decision to regularise illegal settlements on government land in the state's urban areas has left government officials at the district collectorate here and Ranchi Municipal Corporation......   | Read..
 

Nature trails at Dalma sanctuary

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Trekking at Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary, around 30km from the steel city, is all set to become educative, safe and comfortable....   | Read..
 

Debut win for special India

First published on 22-Feb-2018
India trounced Nepal by nine wickets on Day One of the three-match CCL Cup, meant for physically challenged players that began on Birsa Agricultural University (BAU) grounds in Kanke on Wednesday....   | Read..
 

Ranchi green lung languishes in neglect

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Once a landmark gr-een lung in the heart of the capital, Zakir Hussain Park, barely 150 metres from Raj Bhavan in Morabadi, is now a thorny reminder of civic apathy....   | Read..
 

Helmet order takes aback seat

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Blood is spilling on our reckless roads with alarming regularity - more than 2,000 deaths being reported in accidents across the state last year alone - but traffic police in the capital are bizarr......   | Read..
 

Stitching a career with embroidery

First published on 22-Feb-2018
College students took a break from their books and learnt the intricacies of embroidery during a two-day workshop held at Jamshedpur Women's College in Bistupur, which concluded on Wednesday....   | Read..
 

Conclave for job creators

First published on 22-Feb-2018
More than 6,000 urban and rural entrepreneurs, innovators and start-ups from across the state will learn the secrets of becoming successful job creators at the maiden Jharkhand IT conclave to be he......   | Read..
 

Excel in creativity at XLRI

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Creativity in the field of sports, culture and business will be put to test during the upcoming fest XLerate- 2018 to be held on XLRI campus from February 23 to 25....   | Read..
 

Ammo ready to fight forest fire in Dhalbhum

First published on 22-Feb-2018
The forest department has embarked on a mission to prevent fire in the five ranges under Dhalbhum division....   | Read..
 

Tata workers' polls peaceful

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Biennial elections to Tata Workers' Union (TWU), one of the oldest and richest unions of the country, passed off peacefully on Wednesday amid tight security inside the Tata Steel Works....   | Read..
 

4 accidents leave 5 dead

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Five persons were killed and at least 15, including Bharno (Gumla) BDO Sheetal Kumari and her driver Md Ekram, were injured in four separate road accidents that rocked the state late on Tuesday nig......   | Read..
 

Coal unions in protest mode

First published on 22-Feb-2018
Trade unions have threatened a nationwide stir in protest against the Centre's decision to open up the coal sector to commercial mining by private parties....   | Read..
 

Blind girl with keen ear nails rapist

First published on 22-Feb-2018
A 10-year-old visually impaired girl from Gumla, who was raped in Rewari district of Haryana last week, identified her tormentor by his voice leading to the arrest of the 28-year-old youth in the n......   | Read..
 

Double murder, a suicide & an intrigue

First published on 21-Feb-2018
A debt-ridden businessman poisoned his wife and six-year-old son and then hanged himself in an elite residential neighbourhood of the steel city, the incident coming to light on the couple's weddin......   | Read..
 

Rukka reservoir chokes on effluents

First published on 21-Feb-2018
More than 7 lakh people in Kokar, Booty More, Bariatu and parts of Upper Bazaar in the state capital have been consuming contaminated water supplied from Rukka Dam for the past week or more....   | Read..