Your Search Returned 500 tagged news reports
The high-profile return of 128 Godda's children from Kerala in June has revealed an irony that the administration, including policemen, can't miss. The number of missing reports lodged in a thana has no bearing on how many minors have disappeared
Last week's high drama over Raj Bhavan summarily ordering a freeze on Birsa Agricultural University (BAU) vice chancellor M.P. Pandey and then directing a probe against him, politically motivated or otherwise, made no difference in the lives of 500
Almost two weeks after they were rescued from an allegedly unauthorised orphanage in Kerala's Kollam district, 21 Jharkhand children hailing from Jamtara will return home on Thursday, each having spent between one and four years in the southern state.
Taking a lesson from incidents on Beas river in Himachal Pradesh and Damodar river in Jharkhand, the Chhattisgarh government has directed the administration to alert people and give them time to move to safe places before opening the floodgates of
The high-wattage hue and cry over Godda's Muslim children trafficked or voluntarily sent off to Kerala orphanages has trained the spotlight on other cases where minors from Jharkhand have disappeared never to be found. As 128 children from poor homes
The Swarnarekha Multi-Purpose (SMP) project, work on which started in 1982 to irrigate vast stretch of agricultural land in Odisha and Jharkhand and to reduce damage caused by floods in West Bengal and Odisha, will become operational by 2017. "We are
More than a year after the state pilot resigned, Jharkhand police has once again begun a fresh attempt to hire a couple of pilots for running its lone chopper Dhruv. Yesterday, the state home department published advertisements for immediate
Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni today reflected how times have changed from his debut years when some cricketers confused Ranchi with Karachi and now the Jharkhand capital is on the cricketing map. "Just before my debut I was in Kenya.
At least 339 residents of Bokaro have lost their lifelong savings as two Bengal-based non-banking firms have allegedly duped around Rs 30 crore of their money. Hundreds of victims, including retired Bokaro Steel Limited employees, bureaucrats and
Taking cognisance of the report Here, free therapy comes with bills in The Telegraph today, Chakraborty ordered an immediate probe into why zero-cash facilities such as blood transfusions and pathological tests came with price tags for beneficiaries