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Cops blind to border opium trade
Over a period, cultivation of poppy has grown by leaps and bounds with opium smugglers across the state and international borders making the entire northeast frontier of Jharkhand their haven. Yet, the police are looking the other way....  | Read.. 
 
Three-day tennis tourney begins
The three-day Jamshedpur Open Tennis championship began in style at the JRD Tata Sports Complex here today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Home for the holy animal
It has been protecting cows for over a century and even today their contribution to the society is commendable. ...  | Read.. 
 
Attempt to save avian friends
Action has been taken, at last, to save the birds. Local ornithologists have taken the initiative to start a bird-nesting pro...  | Read.. 
 
 
XLRI aims to forge global B-school alliance
Europe, USA, South America on radar to launch management courses abroad

With a multitude of global deals already in its kitty, city-based XLRI is now on the lookout for foreign universities to set ...  | Read.. 
 
Frenzied fans and Z-category security were both missing as Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni rode around Mecon Colony in Ranchi on Sunday. Picture b ...  | Read
Hello It's Monday , March 10 , 2008
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Capturing strokes of local flavour
This calendar will sure be a delight for city artists....  | Read.. 
Student tourism grows popular
With the academic session coming to a close, tour operators have started targeting the student ...  | Read.. 
 
Security sermon on CM lips
Chief minister Madhu Koda today urged his Maharashtra counterpart Vila...  | Read.. 
Mall wonder set to be design icon
Get ready for the absolute joy of non-stop shopping without worrying a...  | Read.. 
JD(U) rally jab at ‘puppet’ Koda
JD(U) leaders today gathered at the Kohinoor ground here to decide on ...  | Read.. 
Apex body to extend help to unsung heroes
After the state sports ministry, it is now the turn of Jharkhand Olymp...  | Read.. 
Soft skill cradle on cards in capital
Jharkhand’s maiden institute of soft skill would come up at National I...  | Read.. 
Musical sensation thrilled over world tour
Music and marriage are keeping Sanchali Chatterjee busy these days....  | Read.. 
Panel nod to HCL
Jharkhand Pollution Control Board has granted its approval to Hindustan Co...  | Read.. 
Salary pang of catering staff
Helpers at Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) ki...  | Read.. 
Yoga guru calls for natural food, therapy on first day of camp
“Go vegetarian,” Baba Ramdev told the 7,000-odd enthusiasts on the fir...  | Read.. 
Indian archers reign supreme
Indian archers presented a fabulous show by picking up 37 gold medals,...  | Read.. 
Lesson models by teachers-to-be
Students showcasing models at education exhibitions is a common sight...  | Read.. 
More hands to help pupils
With examination season on, more and more cases of attempted suicides ...  | Read.. 
Club’s new project for poor kids
Lions Club International has undertaken a “Sight for Kid” project to h...  | Read.. 
Govt staff union hardens stand
Firm on its demand on action against the police officers allegedly fai...  | Read.. 
Power board ode to women
Don’t be surprised if a woman comes calling to note your electric mete...  | Read.. 
Heroin haul, peddlers in police net
The city police today seized heroin worth Rs 1.50 crore and arrested t...  | Read.. 
Hope for Adityapur overhaul
I expect an overhaul of Adityapur from the candidate whom I vote....  | Read.. 
EC trips in election bull-run
Bear, squirrel, peacock, buffalo, eagle, mongoose — all zoo inmates — ...  | Read.. 
Religious blessings to win votes
Nothing sells like religion in politics, especially during elections....  | Read..