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Freeloaders all
Over-stayers on the premises of Bokaro Steel Ltd (BSL), now under the scanner of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), include not only politicians, trade union leaders but also police personnel and journalists....  | Read.. 
 
Wedding hall, HEC flat sealed
A resolute Ranchi Regional Development Authority (RRDA) crashed many a wedding dream today, sealing Abhinandan — a banqu...  | Read.. 
 
JNAC targets 2 more buildings
A chance for one, a crackdown on others....  | Read.. 
 
Don holds Dalma to ransom
He is bold and brutal. He toys with torque and targets babies. ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Rs 25cr shield for heritage
The Centre has loosened its purse strings for the conservation and beautification of five heritage sites in Gumla and Lo...  | Read.. 
 
Children flaunt entry cards; (right) aspirants turn up for reality show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L’il Champs 2011 auditions at Jamshedpur's Gujarati Sanata ...  | Read
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Tatkal sop for rush hour
Railways have adopted a new, availability-based ticketing system for Howrah-Barbil Janshatabdi ...  | Read.. 
Now play (missing) cops & robbers
It seems to be a sporting invitation that thieves can’t refuse. ...  | Read.. 
 
DC pollution fiat to companies
Deputy commissioner (DC) Sunil Kumar Burnwal today chaired a meeting a...  | Read.. 
Civic body demands right to pass house maps
Mayor Indu Singh, deputy mayor Niraj Singh and 55 councillors of six circl...  | Read.. 
Vigilance lens on land misuse
Taking a rather strong exception to government property being allegedl...  | Read.. 
Documents keep land claimants away
A day after the high court said all residents of Islam Nagar who had b...  | Read.. 
Rivers to quench state capital’s thirst
Shrinking reservoirs and a swelling population have prompted the admin...  | Read.. 
Body in dumpyard
The body of a 30-year-old woman was found in a sack in a dumping ground al...  | Read.. 
Crunch recalls retired faculty
Faculty shortage and pressing deadlines have prompted Jharkhand Academ...  | Read.. 
Inferno at factory
Machines worth around Rs 2 crore were gutted in a big fire at an indus...  | Read.. 
Widow remarriage ‘ban’
An influential Rajput community outfit headquartered in Hazaribagh tow...  | Read.. 
May deadline for schemes
Deputy chief minister Sudesh Mahto has directed the secretaries of departm...  | Read.. 
Expert eye on NREGS
Retired IAS officer Wilfred Lakra, who had served as a former adviser ...  | Read.. 
State hub to further battle of tongues
The state government today decided to set up an academy for the growth...  | Read.. 
Force to fight disasters
The Arjun Munda government today decided to set up a disaster manageme...  | Read.. 
National clout for sports
After the sparkle of the National Games, the shine of officialdom....  | Read.. 
Not home alone, anymore
Working moms, your guilt trip ends here....  | Read.. 
Foresters take vultures under wings
Vanishing vultures or the nature’s disposal squad, despite the bad pre...  | Read.. 
SKMU in spot over VC residence
Sido-Kanhu Murmu University (SKMU) is in a fix with the newly constitu...  | Read.. 
20km flyover to ease traffic woes
The state government is seriously mulling a Tata Steel proposal to con...  | Read..