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Laggard state may lose urban funds
The state may lose most of the already reduced, but yet large, sum of Rs 1,160.13 crore promised to it by the Centre under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM)....  | Read.. 
 
Central team probes PDS anomalies
Finding it difficult to cope with the “corrupt” state public distribution system (PDS), members of the PDS dealers’ asso...  | Read.. 
 
Winged guests keep winter date
They have kept their winter promise and are arriving in the steel city, albeit a little late....  | Read.. 
 
Park on wish list, brakes on banquet hall
Irate residents of Ranikudar today stalled the construction work of a banquet hall opposite Dhobi Ghat as they wanted a ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Clay filters promise clean drinking water in villages
Terafil technology to benefit Chakdoha & Chapri in Ghatshila, pilot project to encourage self-employment

Terafil technology will not only ensure clean drinking water in villages but also turn the rural people into entrepreneurs. ...  | Read.. 
 
Schoolchildren of Oxford Public School all dressed up during the Mother Teresa Meritorious Award ceremony in Ranchi on Tuesday. Picture by Prashant Mi ...  | Read
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XLRI talk on social entrepreneurship
To make people aware about social entrepreneurship, XLRI has planned a national conference. ...  | Read.. 
Iron gang lands in police custody
Five members of the gang involved in stealing iron scrape were arrested early this morning near Pa...  | Read.. 
 
Kerala Public goes the green way
Kerala Public School is set to change the adage — water,...  | Read.. 
Food protest rocks remand home
The inmates of an observation home in Karandih today protested against...  | Read.. 
Shot in the arm for CM
The Election Commission’s decision to defer the by-election for the Ta...  | Read.. 
CBI probe demand in mines case
BJP legislator from Jamshedpur (W) Sarayu Roy today demanded a CBI pro...  | Read.. 
Pay hike can wait, polls come first
Lakhs of Jharkhand employees, including teachers, will have to wait for th...  | Read.. 
Carols on disc find few takers
Christmas carols are being sung, but their cadence is muted. And so, l...  | Read.. 
Hotel lines up food & fun in Xmas week
If you are looking for entertainment, delicious food and a dance floor to ...  | Read.. 
Body to monitor credit ratio
Dipping credit-deposit (CD) ratio has set alarm bells ringing in bank...  | Read.. 
RU to start memorial lectures
Ranchi University (RU) today decided to start eight memorial lectures,...  | Read.. 
Marwari meet in capital
The 9th national convention of the All India Marwari Yuva Manch is goi...  | Read.. 
HC stay on demolition directive
A day after the district administration issued a notice to 56 high-ris...  | Read.. 
CBI probe demand in mines case
BJP legislator from Jamshedpur (W) Sarayu Roy today demanded a CBI pro...  | Read.. 
Shot in the arm for CM
The Election Commission’s decision to defer the by-election for the Ta...  | Read.. 
Pay hike can wait, polls come first
Lakhs of Jharkhand employees, including teachers, will have to wait for th...  | Read.. 
B-school predicts manpower crunch
The state is likely to face a shortage of manpower, and should invest ...  | Read.. 
Retail mania grips Ranchi institutes
With the retail sector witnessing a steady boom, colleges and universi...  | Read..