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Code of conduct for MLAs tabled
MLAs raising slogans in the House or storming the well could be reprimanded or suspended if a code of conduct proposed by the ethics committee is approved....  | Read.. 
 
Ego clash leaves RU union office unmanned
Call it the clash of egos or a retaliatory move, employees at the Ranchi University (RU) are having it their way....  | Read.. 
 
Kids stuck in demonstration
School buses were stuck in a jam after Ghatwar Adivasi Mahasabha, a social organisat- ion, staged a demonstration at B...  | Read.. 
 
Wounded, but in total control
To solve unemployment issues physically fit youths often opt for the path of extremism, but here’s a person who believes...  | Read.. 
 
 
Headhunter at jail finds job for ex-cons
Dhanbad initiative shows the way with employment for six former inmates in eight months

Once a criminal always a criminal? No, Dhanbad jail doesn’t think so. For, it is using the help of a dedicated placement age ...  | Read.. 
 
Children watch a fountain installed in a new park at Golmuri. The transformation of an illegal parking lot into a green zone has come as a relief to r ...  | Read
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Europe study made easy
Students sitting for the Indian School Certificate (ISC) exams would now have an edge over thei...  | Read.. 
Workshop explores historical sites
In the absence of an archaeology department at Ranchi University, postgraduate students are una...  | Read.. 
 
Insurance company benefits in fake case
Jharkhand High Court awarded Rs 50,000 to the National Insurance Company f...  | Read.. 
State scientist steadfast on mission to cure diabetes
Diabetes can be cured with a simple transplant — that’s what city-bas...  | Read.. 
Tata cadets shine at meet
Players of Tata Steel Training Centre (TSTC) today called the shots on...  | Read.. 
Mahi visits temple town
A day after moving around the state capital in his Harley-Davidson wit...  | Read.. 
Newborn boy drowned in drain
The corpse of a newborn boy was found trapped in a drain between Azadn...  | Read.. 
Fire sparks road blockade
Traffic was disrupted for over two hours at Golmuri as JMM activists p...  | Read.. 
Pupils protest job criteria
Almost 250 students pursuing BEd at four city colleges here staged a dharn...  | Read.. 
Land crisis clouds Aiada prospects
Land crisis in Adityapur is forcing several entrepreneurs to look at o...  | Read.. 
Sabar tribals found dead
Decomposed bodies of a young woman and her child was recovered from an...  | Read.. 
Jusco to bear cost of water meter
In an attempt to minimise financial burden on consumers, Jusco today ...  | Read.. 
Armymen discuss safety at work
For small companies, restricting the entry of visitors and materials i...  | Read.. 
Dig unearths Iron Age settlement
An archeological team has claimed to have unearthed a settlement of th...  | Read.. 
Brand Baba sells gourds
Vendors of bitter gourd are having a sweet time, thanks to Baba Ramdev...  | Read.. 
Chile shock to Olympic star
The failure of the Indian hockey team to qualify for the Beijing Olymp...  | Read.. 
Bond shield for election violence
All police stations in the state capital have been directed to prepare...  | Read.. 
Room rents reach the roof
With the municipal elections in the state hotting up every passing day...  | Read.. 
Graft posers on job scheme
Even when the Centre is exuberant that the National Rural Employment Guara...  | Read.. 
2 lynched in cricket discord
Two siblings lost their lives following a dispute over an umpire’s dec...  | Read.. 
Plans to keep away tuskers
State forest department has chalked out plans to keep tuskers at bay....  | Read..