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BAU shut down to demand govt jobs
Hundreds of students owing allegiance to the Jharkhand Krishi Berozsgar Sangh (JKBS) today shut down all offices and faculties of Birsa Agriculture University in the state capital, demanding direct absorption of its graduates into the state agricult...  | Read.. 
 
Jewel kingpin nabbed
Police from Jharkhand and Orissa posing as jewellery merchants yesterday nabbed the kingpin of an inter-state gang, Babl...  | Read.. 
 
Naxalite bandh peaceful
Naxalite-sponsored 12-hour bandh in the districts bordering Bengal passed off calmly. ...  | Read.. 
 
Partial response to shutdown call
The bandh calls of political parties — the NDA and the Left constituents — having diametrically opposite ideologies for a co...  | Read.. 
 
 
Foul play in Games billboards
Sports minister’s picture finds place in hoardings flouting norms

Believe it or not, the billboards promoting the ensuing National Games in the state capital are flawed. Flouting the protoco ...  | Read.. 
 
A seminar on environment awareness organised by the Centre Board for Workers’ Education at the forest guest house in Mango. Picture by Bhola Prasad
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Rains arrive in state, finally
The south-west monsoon set in Jharkhand today....  | Read.. 
Evidence to nail officer
The Mango unit of BJP today produced evidence against Ram Suharat Yadav, the enforcement office...  | Read.. 
 
Hat-trick scripts Tinplate victory
Kartik Mukhi emerged as the star in Tinplate’s 6-1 win over Aruna Sami...  | Read.. 
Soil testing for toll bridge begins
Spadework on the Adityapur toll bridge has begun....  | Read.. 
Wellness course on cards
Students interested in a career in wellness management will not have t...  | Read.. 
Online animation lessons for young, old
All those who thought animation was a child’s game, think again. ...  | Read.. 
Day care centre for special kids
Parents of 13-year-old Kumari Sonali finally have help at hand. ...  | Read.. 
Swimmers ready for contest
The Ranchi District Swimming Association conducted trials for the 2nd ...  | Read.. 
Private borewell balm for residents
Private deep borewells were much in demand as the prevailing power crisis ...  | Read.. 
Adhesive to ensure drivers stick to rules
The police are armed with adhesive, so park your vehicles in wrong zon...  | Read.. 
Vocational courses hit teacher trouble
Colleges across the city are battling with a crisis — few quality teac...  | Read.. 
Double trouble: dead trees, billboards
Is the state capital ready for its dose of monsoon? Residents feel the...  | Read.. 
Training for IT graduates
They may have university degrees in computer applications, but the de...  | Read.. 
High-level committee to remove wage blues
The state government today resolved to constitute a high-level committee h...  | Read.. 
Ethnic food on platter
It will be an amalgamation of cuisine from across the country at the “...  | Read.. 
Singh salvo at official
Former cabinet minister of Jharkhand Samaresh Singh today accused Boka...  | Read.. 
Researcher dreams to develop state
He’s an engineer, a researcher and a scholar heading for the US but ha...  | Read.. 
State sculptor in Akademi council
Jharkhand has registered its presence in the general council of Lalit ...  | Read.. 
Ispat signs MoU for power plant
Against the backdrop of a severe electricity crisis in Jharkhand, Ispa...  | Read.. 
Tata gets time to explain gas leak
Tata Motors got a week’s reprieve to reply to a showcause served by th...  | Read.. 
Sabotage derails coal supply to NTPC
Trains carrying coal to NTPC units were derailed on Sunday disrupting ...  | Read.. 
Mediation key to swift justice
District court judges from five states would tomorrow attend a session...  | Read.. 
Training hope for rural youths
Rudseti is yet to take off in the state even 26 years after the Union ...  | Read.. 
Respected doctor passes away
Doctor Manohar Sharma, who was suffering from multiple myeloma, passed awa...  | Read..