• Jamshedpur police to put drunken riders under scanner this Holi

    Jamshedpur

     Jamshedpur: The city police are all set to track traffic offenders, especially those who drink and drive, during Holi.  City Police will be well equipped with breath analysers to test drunken drivers. “Drinking in public is a nuisance with a serious potential to result in brawls and quarrels causing serious injuries, death and damage to […]

  • TFA crowned winner of Tata Utkarlika Football Tournament

    Jamshedpur

    Jamshedpur, March 19: Tata Football Academy (U18s) won the Tata Utkarlika Tournament after defeating Phulbani Football Club 2-1 in the final match played at Atheletic Ground in Bhubaneswar on Tuesday. Rajat Nag of Phulbani Football Club scored the first goal of the match in the 7th minute after which none of the sides netted one […]

  • Ghaghidih Central Jail inmates to add colour to Holi

    Jamshedpur

    Jamshedpur, March 19 : Breaking the past traditions, the inmates will add colour to Holi at Ghaghidih Central Jail.The central jail authority is gearing up for ‘HolikaDahan’, serving delicious food and also playing with colour on the occasion of festival colours. The idea is to make the 1,850 plus jail-inmates to feel at home, Superintendent, […]

  • Saryu orders hassle free transportation of essential commodities

    Jamshedpur

    Jamshedpur: Food and civil supplies minister Saryu Roy on Tuesday convened a meeting with the departmental secretary and departmental director and instructed them to ensure that during the tenure of Lok Sabha elections, transportation of rice, wheat, salt, sugar is not affected by any means. The commodities must be distributed through the ration shops in […]

  • Early detection of infant cardiac disorder curable: Dr Dagra

    Jamshedpur

    Mail News Service Ranchi: “Early detection of infant cardiac irregularities facilitates cure. These ailments prevail in infants since birth if their hearts do not develop properly while still in the embryonic stage,” stated Saket unit of Max Super Speciality Hospital’s Neonatal and Congenital Heart Surgery Department’s Chief Surgeon and Head Dr Kulbhushan Singh Dagar. Dr […]

  • SJMDC distributes Rs 17 lakh micro loans to 65 borrowers

    Jamshedpur

    Mail News Service Jamshedpur: Swavalambi Jharkhand Microwelfare Development Centre (SJMDC) affiliated to Central Board of Marketing Development (SJMDC) today distributed micro loans amounting to Rs 17 lakh to 65 women with the objective of enabling them to start income generating activities to enhance family income. Guest at the program, Padma Shri award winning poet Surendra […]

  • Celebrate Holi with peace and harmony: Chhavi Ranjan

    Jamshedpur

    Mail News Service Jamshedpur: A meeting of Seraikela-Kharsawan district level peace committee was held at the district headquarters on Monday. It was chaired by the Deputy Commissioner Chhavi Ranjana and attended by SP Chandan Kumar Sinha and other district officials. The DC requested one and all to celebrate the festival of Holi with peace and […]

  • IWC Zest felicitates women social reformers

    Jamshedpur

    Mail News Service Jamshedpur: Inner Wheel Club of Jamshedpur Zest celebrated International Women’s Day by felicitating the women achievers who have been involved in the upliftment of the society, at a city hotel on Thursday. Members of the club headed by the president Nisha Gadia honoured ten women who are devoting their skills for the […]

  • Tisco Nibandhit Shramik Sangh members demand absorption, Rs 20K salary

    Jamshedpur

    Mail News Service Jamshedpur: Members of Tisco Nibandhit Shramik Sangh (TNSS) Monday demanded absorption by Tata Steel with a minimum monthly salary of Rs 20,000. They demanded that Tata Workers Union leaders should pass a proposal to this effect and take up the issue for discussion with the company management. TNSS members passed a resolution […]

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