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Once popular for its placid and pristine water bodies, Ranchi is today painting a dirty picture with its foul and filthy ponds, many of which are shrinking fast and require urgent desiltation....   | Read..
 

Widening work wobbles again

The ambitious Adityapur-Kandra road widening project, which aims to decongest the lifeline for industrial units and their ...   | Read..
 

Longer wait for goodies on the way

If the Rs 185-crore Adityapur-Kandra road widening project has ugly warts in the form of endless delays and a simmering land ...   | Read..
 

School kid, college boy choose noose

Ten kilometres and 10 years separated a Ranchi schoolboy from a college-goer, but in less than 12 hours they both chose the n...   | Read..
 
 

Rape accused uses gun to flee

A criminal, who is said to have unleashed a reign of terror in an Adityapur locality, allegedly raped a woman in the wee hour...   | Read..
 
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Cricket stadium hits 150 on art
The IPL-5 marquee may not have heard of artist Chakardhar Behra, but he sure hit a sixer on Sunday f...  | Read.. 
9-minute spotlight on Ho script
Ever wondered how the word earth is written in the Ho script? Or for that matter, how and from where...  | Read.. 
 

Go trainspotting, Koderma style

“Passengers” at Koderma station are making the most of the latest rail...   | Read..

Model makeover for 6 Dhanbad villages

Clean, wide roads, 24/7 electricity and tap water, drains covered with...   | Read..

HCL plant to roar back to life

Public sector giant Hindustan Copper Limited (HCL) is scheduled to start p...   | Read..

CM flags off Godda rail project

Chief minister Arjun Munda today laid the foundation stone for the muc...   | Read..

Lens on CRPF ‘torture’ of tribal

National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has registered a case after a ...   | Read..

Kolhan opens vocational chapter

Are you fresh out of high school but racking your brains, trying to pick th...   | Read..

Private varsities can stop brain drain: MP

Jamshedpur MP Ajoy Kumar said on Sunday that he would soon write to chief m...   | Read..

Click for family time behind bars

Going by Bollywood, jail inmates and their visitors have reunions of all ki...   | Read..

Realty rogue in Ranchi

Aneeta Nandi, one of the main accused in the Sanjeevani Buildcon realty sca...   | Read..

Hospital pits a waste model

If not burn, then bury. ...   | Read..

SP walks the talk on traffic

A Hazaribagh police officer stepped out of his air-conditioned office on Su...   | Read..

College in affiliation row sealed

Two days after students of Jharkhand College of Engineering and Management ...   | Read..

Biologist to look after zoo friends

The 18-year-old Tata Steel Zoological Park in Jamshedpur wants more new mem...   | Read..

Capital mela rakes in moolah

Nine days, close to 200 kiosks by more than 400 artisans from across the co...   | Read..

Time’s up for 6.5kg tumour

It could have been the end of the road for 50-year-old Nirmala Devi, but fo...   | Read..

Bokaro actor is a don with a difference

From an Iraqi journalist who hurls a shoe at US President George Bush to a ...   | Read..