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Land hope for mega investors
The Ranchi district administration has begun the process of acquiring details of government land to be transferred to Hindalco Industries Limited and JSW Steel Jharkhand Limited — the two prospective mega investors in aluminium and steel sectors....  | Read.. 
 
Hawala duo face Delhi quiz
Enforcement Directorate (ED) officers have decided to fly Manoj Punamiya and Arvind Vyas — both hawala operators and clo...  | Read.. 
 
Pilgrims’ progress hits drugs hurdle
High on marijuana and low on spirituality — for the nearly four dozen odd kanwariyas who have landed up at the sadar ...  | Read.. 
 
Footfall drops in temple town
From a turnout of nearly 200,000 pilgrims on the first two Mondays of Shravan, the number of devotees at the Lord Baidya...  | Read.. 
 
 
Teen suicide in Dimna Lake
Just five days after a teenager immolated herself in Adityapur, police yesterday recovered the body of another teenager ...  | Read.. 
 
Governor MOH Farook inspects the guard of honour during Independence Day celebrations at Morabadi grounds in Ranchi on Sunday. Picture by Hardeep Sing ...  | Read
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e-boost to prison visits in Dhanbad
Relatives and friends of undertrials and prisoners lodged in Dhanbad Jail will no longer have t...  | Read.. 
Principal well-wisher
A student of ADLS Sunshine School went into depression after appearing for the first paper i...  | Read.. 
 
Students injured in mishap
Around 35 students and four teachers of Rakha Mines-based Kasturba Gan...  | Read.. 
Funds cloud over relief
Raj Bhavan’s decision to declare the entire state drought-hit in three...  | Read.. 
Oraon fails to appear in court
Despite several summons, Durga Oraon, who had opened a can of worms by...  | Read.. 
Woman branded witch, killed
An elderly widow was hacked to death after being branded a witch by a ...  | Read.. 
Steel city soaks in freedom fervour
The intermittent showers hardly played spoilsport as the steel city po...  | Read.. 
In penury, mom kills children
Unable to see her children dying of hunger, a 30-year-old mother of th...  | Read.. 
Steel firm turns to the arts
Bokaro Steel Limited will earn kudos from the city’s art and culture a...  | Read.. 
Breather for LIC officer in caste row
Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) development officer Meetu Pa...  | Read.. 
Midday meal rates revised yet again
In a bid to improve the quality of meals served to children at state r...  | Read.. 
Farook’s I-Day message for rebels
Terming Left wing extremism as the biggest challenge facing the state,...  | Read.. 
Funds cloud hover on drought relief work
Raj Bhavan’s decision to declare the entire state drought-hit in three...  | Read.. 
Nurses declare strike
Medical services throughout the state are likely to get affected as ov...  | Read.. 
Science hub for capital
Welcome, stargazers, dinosaur-gawkers and budding Einsteins in-the-mak...  | Read.. 
Table tennis resurgence in steel city
Efforts are on to revive table tennis, a once-popular club game, in th...  | Read.. 
Vaccine trouble for commoner
When the whole country was celebrating Independence Day, a family here...  | Read..