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No takers for green norms
The water bodies of Ranchi continue to be strewn with Puja paraphernalia even 48 hours after the last idol immersion took place, in gross violation of Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board guidelines, which stipulated cleaning of all tanks withi...  | Read.. 
 
Keenan’s on shaky wicket
March 12, 2000. Young firebrand Sourav Ganguly, ripping apart South Africa’s powerhouse bowling line-up led by Shaun Pollo...  | Read.. 
 
Four hurt in clash over land dispute
A clash triggered by a land dispute left four injured in Jamshedpur’s Sitaramdera on Sunday....  | Read.. 
 
Hackers clean out engineer savings
An engineer of Steel Authority of India (SAIL) in Ranchi has been duped of Rs 9.9 lakh by frauds who hacked into his netbanki...  | Read.. 
 
 
Apex shuttler body plays peace referee
The country’s apex shuttlers’ body, Badminton Association of India (BAI),reposed its faith in the state badminton body by gra...  | Read.. 
 
Ranchi Lake chokes on puja paraphernalia on Sunday even two days after idol immersions. the JSPCB had issued a 48-hour clean-up deadline. Pictures by Hardeep Singh
No takers for green norms
Hello It's Monday , October 10 , 2011
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Ceiling mishap at airport
A Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) jawan was injured when a portion of the false ceiling at ...  | Read.. 
MP, civic body spar over clinic
Ranchi residents may just get an affordable cure hub — a state-of-the-art medical centre with spec...  | Read.. 
 
Chetan book flies off shelves
Who says Jamshedpur does not read books? While many may not have heard the ...  | Read.. 
Training to boost rural craftsmanship
Some of the most underpriveleged people in Jharkhand’s hinterland can now c...  | Read.. 
Mission mushroom to combat poaching
Lay down axes and bows, pick up the tricks of mushroom farming. That’s the ...  | Read.. 
Crossing swords in good sport
More than 800 players from 20 states across the country arrived in Dhanbad ...  | Read.. 
New projects for MP’s turf
Newly elected Jamshedpur MP Ajoy Kumar today said development projects...  | Read.. 
BJP fires graft salvo at Congress
BJP state in-charge Harendra Pratap Singh today fielded barbs on the w...  | Read.. 
CM for mine profit share on turnover basis
Chief minister Arjun Munda claims to have succeeded in impressing upon...  | Read.. 
Dubey heaps scorn on allies
Jharkhand BJP’s enfant terrible Nishikant Dubey recently returned to t...  | Read.. 
Model makeover to reduce forest pressure
The state forest department has come up with a novel way to protect it...  | Read.. 
New Year debut for all-new Doranda park
Residents of the state capital can look forward to a green gift on New Year...  | Read.. 
Burglars strike in two districts
Armed gangs struck at two houses at Kapali in Seraikela-Kharsawan and Chand...  | Read.. 
Sex education needs experts: Toppo
The Roman Catholic Church on Sunday expressed grave concerns over the growi...  | Read.. 
Resource aid for disabled
A Jamshedpur-based NGO registered with National Trust — a statutory body un...  | Read..