Jharkhand slashes RTPCR RAT rates by Rs 100 \
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Jharkhand slashes RTPCR RAT rates by Rs 100

21-Jan-2022
Ranchi Jan 21 PTI The Jharkhand government has reduced the rates for RTPCR and rapid antigen tests for COVID-19 by Rs 100 with immediate effect an official order saidAn RTPCR test in the state will now cost Rs 300 and a rapid antigen test can be done at Rs 50 it saidAdditional Chief Secretary of Health Department Arun Kumar Singh said the decision was taken following a reduction in prices of testing materialsJharkhands COVID-19 tally Thursday climbed to 412939 as 2617 more people tested positive for the virus while 12 fresh fatalities pushed the death toll to 5225 PTI IKD RBT RBT
21-Jan-2022 National
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Jharkhand government reduces prices of RT-PCR and Rapid Antigen tests \
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Jharkhand government reduces prices of RT-PCR and Rapid Antigen tests

20-Jan-2022
Ranchi (Jharkhand) [India], January 20 (ANI): Jharkhand government decreased the RT-PCR testing rates from Rs 400 to Rs 300 on Thursday, as per an order.
20-Jan-2022 National
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Jharkhand reports over 2600 fresh COVID-19 cases 12 more deaths \
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Jharkhand reports over 2600 fresh COVID-19 cases 12 more deaths

20-Jan-2022
Ranchi Jan 20 PTI Jharkhands COVID-19 tally climbed to 412939 as 2617 more people tested positive for the virus while 12 fresh fatalities pushed the death toll to 5225 a health bulletin said on ThursdayRanchi district registered the highest number of new cases at 809 followed by 525 in Jamshedpur it saidThe single-day deaths include five fresh fatalities in Jamshedpur and two in Ranchi The state now has 27422 active cases while 380292 people have recovered from the disease so far including 3769 in the last 24 hoursJharkhand tested over 65047 samples for COVID-19 on Wednesday taking the total number of such clinical examinations to 19170930 the bulletin added PTI IKD RBT RBT
20-Jan-2022 National
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Jharkhand labourers stranded in Maldives to return home soon \
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Jharkhand labourers stranded in Maldives to return home soon

20-Jan-2022
Ranchi Jan 19 PTI Arrangements have been made to bring back 33 labourers who are stranded in the Maldives following the intervention of Chief Minister Hemant Soren officials said on WednesdayThe labourers from Jharkhands Giridih and Hazaribagh districts are stranded in Maldives capital Male for quite some time they saidAfter Soren got to know about it from social media he directed officials concerned to make arrangements to bring them backThe states Labour Commissioner got in touch with Indian High Commission in Male which stepped in to resolve the crisis and send back the labourers officials saidA meeting was held between the labourers and the company where they were working in presence of Indian High Commission officials Following this the company paid their dues and also arranged for air tickets to RanchiAs only one flight a week is operating between India and Maldives due to the COVID restrictions the labourers will return home soon officials said PTI IKD SOM SOM
20-Jan-2022 National
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NIA arrests businessman from Kolkata for providing funds to Maoists \
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NIA arrests businessman from Kolkata for providing funds to Maoists

19-Jan-2022
Kolkata Jan 19 PTI The National Investigation Agency has arrested a businessman from here for allegedly providing funds to Maoists an official said on Wednesday A team of NIA personnel from its Ranchi unit along with help of the Kolkata police raided his residence in Salt Lakes DA Block on Tuesday and apprehended him he said The man has businesses in Jharkhands Jamshedpur and has been helping Maoist groups with money We will take him to Ranchi for questioning the NIA officer told PTI The accused will be produced before a Kolkata-based NIA court during the day for transit remand he added PTI SCH BDC BDC
19-Jan-2022 National
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Jharkhand HC to deliver verdict on Jan 25 on PIL seeking stay on JPSC main exam \
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Jharkhand HC to deliver verdict on Jan 25 on PIL seeking stay on JPSC main exam

18-Jan-2022
Ranchi Jan 18 PTI Jharkhand High Court on Tuesday concluded hearing arguments in the PIL seeking stay on the seventh Jharkhand Public Service Commission JPSC main examination and reserved its verdict for January 25 The bench of Justice Rajesh Shankar completed the hearing in the writ petition filed by one Shekhar Suman seeking stay on main examination scheduled on January 28 The petitioners advocate Rajesh Kumar said that model answers of eight questions in the preliminary examination were wrong but results were announced without making necessary corrections He demanded that the preliminary examination results be cancelled and revised results declared following rectification JPSCs advocates Sanjay Piparwal and Prince Kumar Singh told the court that candidates objections were sent to an expert committee and the results were declared following the panels permission They said that even if some answers were wrong all the candidates were affected and not just one candidate and if there was a mistake the examiner JPSC gets the benefit of it and not the examinee PTI IKD ACD ACD
18-Jan-2022 National
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Jharkhand govt extends COVID-19 restrictions till January 31 \
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Jharkhand govt extends COVID-19 restrictions till January 31

16-Jan-2022
Ranchi (Jharkhand) [India], January 16 (ANI): Amid a surge in coronavirus cases, the Jharkhand government on Saturday decided to extend the present COVID-19 related restrictions in the state till January 31.
16-Jan-2022 National
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Jharkhand: 60-Year-Old Woman Accused of Witchcraft, Set Ablaze \
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Jharkhand: 60-Year-Old Woman Accused of Witchcraft, Set Ablaze

14-Jan-2022
Jharkhand, January 14: A shocking case has come to light from Kurpaani village of Simdega District where a 60-year-old woman was assaulted and set on fire by a few villagers after being accused of practicing witchcraft on Wednesday night. The victim, Jhario Devi sustained 40 percent burn injuries and is undergoing treatment in Ranchi’s Rajendra […]
14-Jan-2022 India
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Cold wave intensifies in parts of India leading to fog, poor visibility \
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Cold wave intensifies in parts of India leading to fog, poor visibility

12-Jan-2022
New Delhi [India], January 12 (ANI): Cold wave gripped parts of India on Wednesday morning leading to low visibility and dense fog in isolated pockets over Rajasthan, Punjab and Southwest Uttar Pradesh.
12-Jan-2022 National
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Jharkhand BJP demands CBI investigation into Simdega lynching case \
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Jharkhand BJP demands CBI investigation into Simdega lynching case

10-Jan-2022
Ranchi (Jharkhand) [India], January 10 (ANI): The Jharkhand BJP on Monday demanded a CBI investigation into the Simdega lynching case and alleged that the state police was also part of the conspiracy.
10-Jan-2022 National
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