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Capital revels in welcome squall

A squall with a wind speed of 45 to 50kmph hit Ranchi and its adjoining areas on Sunday afternoon, bringing with it sudden showers, which in turn pushed down the maximum temperature by about five degrees....  | Read.. 
 
Drama on airport road
Passengers bound for Ranchi’s Birsa Munda Airport faced a harrowing time on Sunday afternoon when a group of tribal protester...  | Read.. 
 
Speed gun on street run
Learn to control that lust for speed. Or, be “shot”....  | Read.. 
 
Three of family die in accident
Three members of a family were killed and five others sustained serious injuries when a speeding truck collided head-on with ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Golfer chief minister loses grip on cellphone
A certain Mr Munda was hoping to score a birdie when a little bird made off with his cellphone....  | Read.. 
 
An auto-rickshaw collided with a mini bus in Bokaro, injuring three people around 4pm on Sunday. Residents of Sector 12, Shabnam Kumari (16), Sudip Kumar (40) and Shobha Devi (46) were admitted to Bokaro General Hospital. They were on their way to a funeral in Chas while the Bokaro-bound bus was coming from Dhanbad. Bokaro police, later, seized both the vehicles. The drivers, however, fled. Picture by Pankaj Singh
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Release signal & clarify call
On a day of fast paced developments, the Maoists holding Biju Janata Dal MLA, Jhina Hikaka, hos...  | Read.. 
Delay dogs rural road targets
A smooth ride still eludes Jharkhand when it comes to implementation of projects, especially the on...  | Read.. 
 
State banks on river water filter training
The state’s groundwater directorate is pinning hopes on a training pro...  | Read.. 
PLFI rebels torch trucks near Bero substation
Work on construction of an electric sub-station was temporarily halted...  | Read.. 
Employability on govt radar
The science and technology department has chalked out a five-year acti...  | Read.. 
CCL mine to go green
Being eco-friendly is today’s mantra for a safe planet....  | Read.. 
Diabetic? Sip a berry safe drink
For once, diabetic patients don’t have to resist the temptation of cool, re...  | Read.. 
Red scare switches off train signal for hours
A railway staffer at West Singhbhum’s sleepy Tunia, who when accosted by ei...  | Read.. 
Autonomy acts as change agent on campus
Ranchi Women’s College is getting ready to enjoy the fruits of autonomy. ...  | Read.. 
Solar toy train to debut at Ranchi park
Ranchi’s Sidho-Kanhu Park is all set to take a green ride this summer....  | Read.. 
Hazaribagh crackdown on cough syrups
Hazaribagh deputy commissioner Manish Ranjan on Sunday instructed medicine ...  | Read.. 
20000 aspirants take IIT screening
More than 20,000 IIT aspirants of Ranchi had their tryst with destiny on Su...  | Read.. 
A rare vision to outlive mortal years
When Jamshedpur-based jeweller Chandrakanth V. Sheth (68) breathed his last...  | Read.. 
Robots & races for slum kids
It was a different kind of effort to make them feel part of the mainstream ...  | Read.. 
Take a musical chill pill, say doctors
Tune in to doctors, not for medical advice, but for Bengali tracks....  | Read.. 
Green revelry at BIT fest
Dhanbad’s BIT-Sindri chose to spread the write message on conservation on S...  | Read..