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Can bombs and soft drink cans don’t make a happy twosome, but the state tourism department is determined to prove that recent rebel attacks have not weakened its resolve to give year-end revellers a grand time....  | Read.. 
 
Dassam glory suffers a fall
The rain god did a good job this monsoon, making Dassam Falls, 144ft above sea level, brim again with natural water springs....  | Read.. 
 
Pollution sieve for 29 rice mills
After administering bitter pills to errant hospitals, the state’s apex pollution monitor is now husking rice mills that have ...  | Read.. 
 
Cops on toes for CM trip
Chief minister Arjun Munda will tomorrow venture on the second leg of his yatra to inspect the state’s roads, this time ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Paper freedom from poverty & sleaze
Eco-friendly packaging to a decent life, that’s the rehab formula of NGO Neev for sexually exploited slum women

She’s the widow of an alcoholic, a working mother of two who faced sexual harassment as a shop help and contracted respirator ...  | Read.. 
 
CMD of BCCL TK Lahiri pays tribute to BR Ambedkar on his 55th death anniversary in Dhanbad on Tuesday. Picture by Gautam Dey
Hello It's Wednesday , December 7 , 2011
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Sports cradles on Kolhan varsity radar
Healthy body, healthy mind is Kolhan University’s new mantra....  | Read.. 
Shuttlers’ meet in coal capital
The swish of racquets set Dhanbad District Indoor Stadium abuzz on Tuesday with the two-day CBSE Nat...  | Read.. 
 
Rath is lying, claims MP
Chatra MP Inder Singh Namdhari today refuted director general of polic...  | Read.. 
One nod, many to go for steel giant
Steel behemoth ArcelorMittal has received an environmental clearance f...  | Read.. 
Worker falls to death in steel plant
A 37-year-old contract labourer fell to his death at a construction site wi...  | Read.. 
School aid for boy injured on campus
The Class VI student of ADLS Sunshine School, Jamshedpur, who fell off a st...  | Read.. 
RIMS fest ends with a bang
Stethoscopes were kept aside while running shoes were brought out as studen...  | Read.. 
Campus protest over migration
The simmering anger among graduates of Vinoba Bhave University (VBU), who w...  | Read.. 
Kanke pitch for Mahi’s dream cradle
Residents of Nayatoli Simaliya are basking in their updated status. Soon th...  | Read.. 
Badhte Kadam to step out from Ranchi
A massive awareness campaign on mental disability will get underway from th...  | Read.. 
Students spar with coaching institutes
Medical and engineering aspirants in the state capital are turning up the h...  | Read.. 
3 shops burgled in Sonari
Cash and articles worth over Rs 2 lakh were cleaned out from two electronic...  | Read.. 
Green know-how on the cards
The Botanical Survey of India (BSI) has agreed to help Jharkhand in its mai...  | Read.. 
Pitch beckons sports oldies
Sports veterans of the steel city can pad up for some action on the field a...  | Read.. 
Jharcraft floors China with silk
Jharcraft has managed to sell ice cubes to Eskimos, in a manner of speaking...  | Read.. 
 
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