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  1. Safari boost to tourist footfallRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2015 | The Telegraph

    Hazaribagh, June 20: Animal lovers can look forward to going on a safari to Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary - the erstwhile tiger abode that still boasts its royal connect. If the forest department's plan materialises, adventure junkies can take a bus ride from the town to deep into the forests and enjoy grandstand views of the sanctuary, wandering deer, pretty villages and magical landscapes.

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  2. This year, 25 from Anand Kumar's Super 30 crack IITRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2015 | The Indian Express

    Students of Patna's Super 30 have done it again in the IIT-JEE entrance test. As many as 25 students of mathematician Anand Kumar's Super 30 cracked the prestigious exam.

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  3. Joint patrol on Bihar borderRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2015 | The Telegraph

    Hazaribagh, June 18: Senior police officers of Bihar and Jharkhand have decided to step up patrolling inter-state borders to prevent movement of Maoist rebels and criminals in view of the coming elections in the neighbouring state. At a high-level meeting, jointly chaired by IG Tadasha Mishra and DIG Chiranjeevi Prasad, officers from the two states agreed to share intelligence on criminals and rebels to ensure a coordinated approach in their fight against crime and violence.

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  4. 25 'Super 30' students crack this year's IIT-JEERead the original story

    Jun 18, 2015 | Newkerala.com

    As many as 25 of the 30 students of Bihar's Super 30 -- a free coaching centre for underprivileged students -- have cracked the highly competitive IIT-JEE this year, its director said on Thursday. Children of taxi driver, mason, farmer, daily wager/farm labourer, helper in photo lab, and migrant workers are among the successful candidates.

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  5. Chief secy prod on roadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2015 | The Telegraph

    Ranchi, June 17: Chief secretary Rajiv Gauba today expressed his unhappiness over slo-mo road projects and pulled up forest officials for dithering over clearances that were holding up construction work on several key highways. At a meeting of the state's project monitoring group to review progress of mega industrial and infrastructure projects, Gauba issued a directive to Bokaro divisional forest officer to complete inspection work of NH-23 within a week and submit a report so that National Highways Authority of India could ask the appointed contractor, Madhya Pradesh-based Dilip Buildcon, to begin work on widening and strengthening the 78.192km stretch involving approximately Rs 333 crore.

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  6. Blame game over court escapeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2015 | The Telegraph

    A litany of lame excuses did the rounds of Ranchi's security establishment on Wednesday, a day after the mastermind of a high-profile abduction made good his escape from the supposedly secure civil courts. While the police top brass accused two underlings of dereliction of duty to save their own skin, the suspended duo traded charges over the make of the handcuffs that Palamau criminal Vinod Bihari Singh managed to slip off his wrist before he scaled the decently high court boundary wall and vanished on Tuesday.

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  7. Power of five across 24 districtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2015 | The Telegraph

    Ranchi, June 16: Chief minister Raghubar Das today repackaged an existing e-district project, where people can apply for and get essential certificates online, and relaunched it across all the 24 districts through a webcast from the capital's Suchana Bhavan. Though this is the first time e-district covers all 24 districts, Das stretched it a bit when he called it a "first-time" initiative.

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  8. Great escape from city courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2015 | The Telegraph

    Ranchi, June 16: The top gun of an interstate gang who masterminded a high-profile abduction last year escaped from Ranchi civil courts this morning in a stern reminder of lax security at judicial establishments a fortnight after a fatal AK-47 assault in Hazaribagh. An escort cop and the in-charge of the Ranchi court lock-up have been suspended over the great escape.

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  9. JharkhandRead the original story

    Jun 13, 2015 | The Telegraph

    The June 2 killings of Ramgarh don Sushil Srivastava and his two henchmen at the crowded Hazaribagh civil court have not only served as a lesson for the local administration and police that have... Cash and valuables, including ornaments, worth Rs 7 lakh were cleaned out from a single-storeyed house in a densely populated locality of Sitaramdera in the wee hours of... The state government has decided to form a special committee to scout for sporting talents in the hinterland in a bid to develop and promote various kinds of games in... A massive haul of 100kg explosives, which could have been used to make at least 20 IEDs, has been made from near the residence of CPI sub-zonal commander Prasad... Mayor Asha Lakra, who recently returned from Gujarat, has found Ahmedabad example fit for Ranchi and is planning to replicate at least four of its development models here... The state Congress ... (more)

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  10. Civil courts step up securityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2015 | The Telegraph

    Hazaribagh/Dhanbad, June 13: The June 2 killings of Ramgarh don Sushil Srivastava and his two henchmen at the crowded Hazaribagh civil court have not only served as a lesson for the local administration and police that have now gone into an overdrive to fortify the porous premises, but also put other districts on alert. The respective district authorities have decided to beef up security at the civil courts in Koderma, Giridih and Dhanbad to prevent a rerun of Hazaribagh's AK-47 shootings that sent shockwaves across the state and raised serious questions about security of prisoners while they are produced before judges.

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  11. Govt's report card on PM tableRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 12, 2015 | The Telegraph

    Chief minister Raghubar Das, along with Speaker Dinesh Oraon and sports minister Amar Kumar Bauri, lays the foundation for the boundary wall of new Assembly building at Kute, Ranchi, on Friday morning. After the event, Das flew to Delhi where he met the Prime Minister.

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  12. Ex-cop fights 4 robbersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2015 | The Telegraph

    A retired police officer fought bravely with robbers at the age of 74 but faced rude behaviour at a police station in Gaya district. Ravindra Rai, a retired deputy superintendent of police, foiled an attempt by a group of armed robbers to loot his belongings when he was going to board a Lucknow-bound train at Gaya railway station on Wednesday morning.

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  13. Court security overhaul on cardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2015 | The Telegraph

    Hazaribagh, June 11: Last week's killings of Ramgarh gangster Sushil Srivastava and his two henchmen at the bustling Hazaribagh civil court have finally jolted the police department into action, which has now drawn up a foolproof security plan promising everything from extra security cover to CCTV cameras to fortify the porous premises. According to sources, several chinks in the existing security apparatus on the court premises came to light when police evaluated the audacious June 2 attack by the Bhola Pandey gang to avenge murders of their founder Bhola Pandey and his nephew Kishore Pandey in 2010 and last year, respectively, by Srivastava's men.

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  14. Court security still a far cryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2015 | The Telegraph

    Ranchi, June 10: The doorframe metal detectors stood idle while three armed policemen frisked visitors with hand-held devices. Two bikers sped past the men in uniform who were too busy with the manual checking to bother.

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  15. Arrested No. 2 sings in custodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2015 | The Telegraph

    Hazaribagh, June 9: Police are in the last stages of investigations in the killing of Ramgarh don Sushil Srivastava, piecing together crucial information revealed by Santosh Pandey, the No. 2 in rival Bhola Pandey gang who was arrested from Patna on Sunday.

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  16. Cabinet push for Maluti facelift, state tourismRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2015 | The Telegraph

    Ranchi, June 9: The Raghubar Das cabinet today resolved to engage a leading Delhi-based agency for revamp and conservation of historical terracotta temples in Maluti, Dumka, while approving the state tourism policy to provide the much-needed impetus to the sector. Tourism secretary Avinash Kumar maintained that the state would ink a pact with Indian Trust for Rural Heritage and Development on the nomination basis to give a facelift to Maluti, which houses over 100 terracotta temples of Hindu gods and goddesses built between 1680 and 1760.

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  17. Prize catch in court killingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2015 | The Telegraph

    Santosh Pandey, the No. 2 in Bhola Pandey gang, in Hazaribagh on Monday after his arrest from Patna.

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  18. Rifle in don killing linked to PuruliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2015 | The Telegraph

    The AK-47 rifle that was left behind by one of the killers of Sushil Srivastava at Hazaribagh civil court Hazaribagh, June 6: The Hazaribagh civil court shootout in which Ramgarh don Sushil Srivastava and two of his henchmen were killed on Tuesday has thrown up a curious possibility with police suspecting that the AK-47 rifle left behind by one of the assailants may be one among the over 300 rifles that were mysteriously airdropped in Purulia in 1995.

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  19. Rival's dad, aide in cuffs over don murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2015 | The Telegraph

    Hazaribagh, June 5: Two persons, including a rival gang "patron", were arrested and sent to jail today in connection with the shootout on Hazaribagh civil court premises that left Ramgarh don Sushil Srivastava and two of his henchmen dead on Tuesday. However, criminal lawyer Sanjeev Sinha claimed that the arrests would be a damp squib unless police were able to frame a strong case, which again was unlikely in the absence of witnesses willing to speak.

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  20. Cop focus on PLFI mobile use in terrorRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2015 | The Telegraph

    Jharkhand police chief D.K. Pandey addresses a high-level meeting in Hazaribagh, a day after the audacious attack in court. Picture by Vishvendu Jaipuriar Probe has revealed how the People's Liberation Front of India carried out operations in the state, hoodwinking police.

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