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Melody of Memories: The Zachariah Family's Piano

The Zachariah family had lived in Jamshedpur for a lifetime, but in 1964, they made the difficult decision to leave town. As they packed their belongings, they realized their beloved German-built Blüthner piano was too heavy to take with them. Instead of selling it, they gifted the piano to the Little Flower School in Telco, where it served as a valuable tool for training countless students over the years. Read more


The contribution of the Chandigarh Spinal Rehab Centre

Nikki Kaur, with a single-minded desire to bring out the people affected by Spinal cord injury/Brain Injury, teaches them a trade and encourages them to return to society. She presented her NGO to the Rotary Club of Jamshedpur on 5th December 2022. Read more


I-was-not-born-yesterday apps

For teachers who want to give you one, daredevil scooter-pooling dads, spying uncles and aunties who saw you on a bike with a boy, and more... Read more


Vintage & Classic Car Rally

On 27 February the first-ever vintage and classic car rally was held in Jamshedpur. Vintage car and bike owners willingly rallied to give our city this treat. Proud owners from Jamshedpur, Chaibasa and Ranchi contributed 40 entries altogether – 18 cars and 22 bikes out of which 2 were only on display. Read more


Jamshedpur School of Music

Over 55 years ago the seed was sown for the birth of Western classical music in Jamshedpur. The present owner, Ronald D’Costa, and his sister were students of the renowned Professor Innocencey Franz under whose guidance they learned to play the violin and the piano. Prof Franz was not only a musician but also a composer. He composed the song ‘The Dove’. Earlier, he had played in an orchestra that recorded music for Hindi films in Bombay. He retired and settled in this city. Thanks to him, Ronald completed the VI-grade exam in 1960 from Trinity School of Music, London. Ronald’s sister, Celine, went on to complete the eighth grade. Prof. Franz left Jamshedpur in the seventies. Since then, there has been no one in Jamshedpur who taught or learned Western classical music for the Exams. Read more

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