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NDTV reports: In yet another incident of intrusion by the Chinese, graziers reportedly pitched tents in the Demchok area of Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir this week but withdrew after talks between troops on either side of the border.
Jajoria jogs taxman on poll cash
Ranchi, July 25: State chief electoral officer P.K. Jajoria today wrote a letter to director general of income tax department in Patna, inquiring about the action taken on the cash seized from across Jharkhand during Lok Sabha elections, thereby training the spotlight on irregular transactions much before Vidhan Sabha polls.
Minister guard found dead
Hazaribagh, July 13: A bodyguard of state agriculture minister Yogendra Sao was found dead in a room of the Circuit House in Hazaribagh this morning with police suspecting a heart attack caused by exhaustion to be the reason behind his death.
Ranchi, July 12: The state government has started work on the National Urban Health Mission to ensure basic healthcare facilities for poor living in different cities and towns across 14 districts.
Siachena s spiritual guru
Army priest Bisheshwar Nath Rai who was in his hometown Hazaribagh last week and his icy workplace, the Siachen glacier Hazaribagh, July 6: As dawn breaks, a priest comes to the Vaishno Devi temple and starts devout preparations for worship.
Hemant sets 2015 date for tracks
Ranchi, July 4: A high-level meeting chaired by chief minister Hemant Soren today set a deadline of March 2015 for completion of 400km of railway lines out of total 565km in the five big-ticket pending projects of Jharkhand.
Sajal heat on illegal coal trade
Hazaribagh, June 30: Officiating chief secretary Sajal Chakraborty made a surprise raid at a hard coke factory in Ramgarh in the small hours of Monday and woke up the higher-ups of the district administration to act against illegal coal trade that has been going on unabated for years.
Forget onion pakoda for two weeks
The old cliche of increased onion prices stinging customers to tears have come true in the city again, with a hike of Rs 10 a kilo over the weekend.