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Governor beats poll code
Governor Kateekal Sankaranarayanan today distributed appointment letters to over 900 doctors and 3,000 para-medical staff, hours before the model code of conduct came into force with the announcement of Assembly elections in the state....  | Read.. 
 
Rs 150 cap set on school fee hike
The Jharkhand Unaided and Private Schools’ Association today announced that private schools would increase tuition fees ...  | Read.. 
 
More CRPF teams arrive
Seven additional companies of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) today arrived in East Singhbhum for a planned crackdow...  | Read.. 
 
Mystery over youth death
A local youth who had gone to Nagpur to study was found dead under mysterious circumstances on October 21. ...  | Read.. 
 
 
For Badal, victory is bittersweet
Goan spinner hailing from Palamau wreaks havoc at Keenan

Ten wickets in his kitty and a resounding win for his team. But for Goa left arm spinner Badal Singh, victory at Keenan Stad ...  | Read.. 
 
Sankaranarayanan interacts with new doctors after distributing appointment letters in Ranchi on Friday. (Manik Bose)
Governor beats poll code
Hello It's Saturday , October 24 , 2009
 
 
 
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Leaders boycott security meet
Leaders of all political parties — invited to discuss security the scenario in sensitive booths...  | Read.. 
Water woes
Arrangements for special trains and coaches have been made for Chhath, but when it comes to pac...  | Read.. 
 
Tata bags safety award
Tata Steel’s emphasis on safety has paid rich dividends....  | Read.. 
Peter in fix over party switch
Shibu Soren’s nemesis and former Tamar MLA Raja Peter is in a fix. He ...  | Read.. 
Festive fervour reaches Fiji, Mauritius
So what if they live thousands of miles away and cannot come home for ...  | Read.. 
Left to stay united
Left parties in Jharkhand have decided to fight the Assembly elections...  | Read.. 
Security blanket on capital for Chhath
The district administration has beefed up security across the capital ...  | Read.. 
Biker crushed to death
A van carrying prisoners from Birsa Munda Central Jail to the district cou...  | Read.. 
Cong stir halts trains
Train services on the Tata-Howrah section of South Eastern Railway was...  | Read.. 
NGO aid for dazzling Chhath
The Jamshedpur Durga Puja Kendriya Samiti, which oversees Chhath prepa...  | Read.. 
Goa routs host in under-22 meet
Goa beat Jharkhand by an innings and 69 runs on the penultimate day of...  | Read.. 
Creativity at its best
All Tanushri Tripathi, a Class III student of Little Flower School (LF...  | Read.. 
Games date change hits players
Frequent postponement of the 34th National Games over the last two yea...  | Read.. 
Women’s hockey panel protest
Members of Jharkhand Women’s Hockey Association (JWHA) have written to...  | Read.. 
Tigers suffer breeding blues
Tata Zoological Park’s wait for a tiger couple could extend to as much...  | Read.. 
Tech tabs on
Pen and paper are passé. Technology is in. The web bug has wormed its ...  | Read..