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New recruit: Noshirvan Mistry in action

Medal hope from talent Down Under

- Noshirvan Mistry, a Sydney-based cyclist with roots in Jamshedpur, is set to join training camps

Jamshedpur, Feb. 25: Born in Jamshedpur, now living in Australia, he is coming back to represent his state.

Failing to find able representatives here, the Jharkhand Cycling Association (JCA) has set sights on Noshirvan Mistry, a Sydney-based cyclist boasting hometown links with Jamshedpur, to participate in the 34th National Games.

Jehangir Surti (centre) with Neil Nitin Mukesh, Bipasha Basu and the crew of Aa Dekhen Zara Jehangir Surti did his Plus Two at D.B.M.S. and was part of the ISC 1994 batch.


Jamshedpur, Feb. 18: Yet another Jamshedpur star promises to shine in the Bollywood galaxy.

After director Imtiaz Ali, cinematographer Barun Mukherjee and actors R. Madhavan and Tanushree Dutta, debutant director Jehangir Surti is ready to take tinsel town by storm with Aa Dekhen Zara – A Date with Fate. The film — being produced under the banner of Eros International and slated for release on March 27 — has sultry siren Bipasha Basu and Mukesh scion Neil Nitin Mukesh in the lead roles.

DBMS Career Academy set to start centre, new courses on offer

Faculty members of DBMS Career Academy address a news meet on the school premises. Picture by Bhola Prasad Jamshedpur, Dec. 3: Calling all home-makers and working professionals — pursuing higher education won’t be a tough task any more.

The city is a attracting institutes offering distance learning courses.

After the launch of the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) centres, the city is all set to host a DBMS Career Academy institute.

Students of Little Flower School with the winner’s trophy. Picture by Bhola Prasad Jamshedpur, Jan. 29: The Onida advertisement is popular, but few students knew that the brand name meant — the expected one.

The 18th inter-school Seuli Seal Memorial Quiz tested students on all grounds — be it movies, sports or general knowledge. The DBMS English School organised the quiz in the honour of Seuli Seal, who died in an accident in 1991.

Inaugural function at DBMS school Picture by Uma Shankar DubeyJamshedpur, Nov. 5: A surge of pride and nostalgia swept the delegates who walked into Dakshina Bhartiya Mahila Samaj (DBMS) English School today.

The brightly-decorated DBMS English School campus proclaimed its completion of 60 years and delegates assembled on the campus to participate in its Diamond Jubilee celebration could not help looking back on their school days.

Former president of DBMS Career Academy, Saroja Ranaganathan, said, "It's nice to be back after so many years along with other senior officials."