Jharkhand High Court today acquitted former chief minister Madhu Koda and his alleged associate Binod Sinha in the Rs. 90 lakh scam pollution control board scam.
Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi, projected by many as the next prime ministerial candidate, grabs the limelight at the National Council Meet in New Delhi with party president Rajnath Singh lauding him for three consecutive victories in assembly polls.
A centre run by a self-help group to provide food to BPL families was found to be allegedly fudging accounts during a suprise check.
Three teenagers including a girl were beaten up by miscreants after their father refused to give them cigarettes at Patan in Palamu district, police said today.
Bunking classes to play cricket might be every boy’s dream, but it has cost MS Dhoni a college degree. The Indian skipper, who registered with St Xavier’s College in 2007, failed to attend a single class or take any examinations.
XLRI, a premier business school in Jamshedpur, successfully placed 98% of its students in four days with an excellent diversity in job profiles across different industry sectors.
CPI(M) today said the CBI enquiry into the alleged kickbacks paid by an Italian firm to clear the Rs. 3,600 crore deal for VVIP helicopters should be monitored by the Supreme Court.
A teenaged girl was seriously injured at the uranium township of Jadugora in Jharkhand, about 30 km from Jamshedpur when she was attacked by a youth with a sharp blade on Valentine's Day today for refusing to respond to him.
The country might be tying itself up in knots to determine the punishment for rape, but in the heart of Jharkhand, the Ho tribals have resolved the matter in a simple manner. Ushinor Majumdar
At least seven labourers were killed and more than 20 injured today when the driver of the vehicle they were travelling in lost control over it and hit a tree in Jharkhand's Hazaribagh district, police said.
In a development that is certainly not music to the ears of the people of Jharkhand, the People’s Liberation Front of India has issued a diktat banning modern audio systems at wedding ceremonies in areas under their control. B Vijay Murty and Anil Kumar
Rural development minister Jairam Ramesh hoisted the tricolour in a Maoist den in Jharkhand on the occasion of Republic Day.
Ten days after it plunged into political crisis, Jharkhand was on Friday brought under President's Rule for the third time since its formation 12 years ago.
With the Union government on Thursday recommending President’s Rule in Jharkhand, the stage is set for a major face-off between the nation’s two biggest political parties, the BJP and the Congress.
The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that “any interested person” can invoke anti-defection law to seek disqualification of a legislator for switching political loyalty. Until now, only a legislator could initiate such a move.