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Big fight among royal touch
Extraordinary women made it to top civic posts today. While Geeta Balmuchu’s English lessons paid off in Chaibasa, Seraikela town can boast of a dose of royalty with Maharani Arunima Singh Deo’s victory....  | Read.. 
 
RMC awaits its new leaders
With results of only five wards trickling in till midnight, the suspense for the capital’s mayor and deputy mayor is set...  | Read.. 
 
Steel city wins handball, soccer
Even as the fate of the National Games in Jharkhand hangs in balance, the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has decided o...  | Read.. 
 
Rescued teenager drowns within a week
A teenager today drowned in the same pond from where he was rescued on Saturday. ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Study burden for parents
JET order fallout sees scarcity of textbooks, hike in prices

The order of Jharkhand Education Tribunal (JET) banning the sale of books and stationery on school premises has increased th ...  | Read.. 
 
Candidates of different wards wait for the counting to finish at the Pandra centre in Ranchi on Thursday. Picture by Prashant Mitra
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Moon Moon SenYour thinking is unique and independent of social norms. Take care of your h ...Read.. 
Blockade stalls railway movement
The movement of trains in the Chakradharpur division of South Eastern Railway was affected fo...  | Read.. 
 
Taskforce behind high conviction rate magic
The East Singhbhum police have something to cheer about. The convictio...  | Read.. 
Unique art on display at rural fair
From a distance they look like any other wall hanging, but a closer l...  | Read.. 
Steel city wakes up to twin murders
The news of twin murders in town shocked the residents here this morning. ...  | Read.. 
Tender process set to start
The floating of tender for the ambitious Adityapur toll bridge will st...  | Read.. 
Big FM to launch 24-hr service
With Big 92.7 FM planning to launch a 24-hour service very soon in the...  | Read.. 
Bills rain on final day of budget session
Several bills, including the much-awaited Clinical Establishments’ (Re...  | Read.. 
Steel city tennis stars shine
Solid performance and smart thinking resulted in positive results. ...  | Read.. 
Belgian priest feels at home in capital
He has been here for 50 years and he does not want to go back to his home ...  | Read.. 
ExcitedMunda flays Marandi
Enthused by the success of party candidate J.P.N. Singh at the Rajya Sabh...  | Read.. 
College students, staff hounded
Young girls and boys were subject to “mild” lathicharge, classes were ...  | Read.. 
Quality stamp on railway restaurant
At a time when the concept of getting a “status” from international or...  | Read.. 
Panels to put rural poll pressure
With the civic body polls finally over, people’s organisations have de...  | Read.. 
Lessons on parenting
Parenting is not child’s play. With both parents juggling personal car...  | Read.. 
Success for housewife
A housewife, Anjali Kumari, was today elected the chairman of Hazariba...  | Read.. 
Lottery decides winner
It had all the trappings of a Bollywood blockbuster, except the fact t...  | Read.. 
Glitch delays results
A glitch in an electronic voting machine delayed the civic body electi...  | Read.. 
Outsiders
The people have spoken. The chairman and vice-chairman of Phusro Notified ...  | Read.. 
Thrilled after Ireland visit
Fifteen-year-old visually challenged Murari Kumar is a changed person ...  | Read.. 
Convocation without legends
Tata Football Academy (TFA) cadets would certainly miss P.K. Bannerjee...  | Read.. 
Seminar for fitness freaks
There is good news for fitness freaks....  | Read.. 
Men to shop till they drop
Girls will have to wait a little longer, it’s time for boys to shop....  | Read..