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Woof, this heat bites

Four-legged cops — what else can you call the sniffer and tracker dogs — can’t take off their fur coats, no matter how high the mercury rises. That’s when the state steps in to keep the high-performing stars cool. But while both Ranchi and Jamshedpur equip kennels with air-coolers and make cha...   | Read..
 

Firing at crowded capital eatery

A rickshaw-puller was injured when a motorbike-borne youth fired at a crowded restaurant in Ranchi on Wednesday afternoon, ju...   | Read..
 

City buses go off steel hub roads

City buses once again went off the roads of Jamshedpur on Wednesday, with drivers and other staff demanding they be paid thei...   | Read..
 

Good life thanks to seized goods

Gym gear, a globe-shaped night lamp, an LCD TV, a refrigerator, a “maharaja” sofa, uber luxe furniture — it is a fabulous fac...   | Read..
 
 

Admission marathon begins

The ICSE results out and that of CBSE expected on Thursday, all roads now lead to prestigious capital cradles most of which h...   | Read..
 
Armed with umbrellas, college girls beat the heat as the mercury touches 45°C in Bokaro on Wednesday. Picture by Pankaj Singh
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Training hub hit hard
The State Institute of Rural Development (SIRD) is facing acute faculty crunch that has led to freez...  | Read.. 
CBI raids in Dhori coal scam
A team of CBI sleuths today raided the offices and residences of four former Central Coalfields...  | Read.. 
 

Sudesh confident of June 12 win for Ajsu

Deputy chief minister and Ajsu chief Sudesh Mahto today claimed that h...   | Read..

Hatia big names show off clout

Buoyed by supporters jostling with each other to register their presen...   | Read..

Shravani plan focus on health services

July 4 may seem to be long way off but when it’s the Shravani Mela in ...   | Read..

Sahiyas join malaria awareness drive

Sahiyas and private agencies will team up to take the sting out of the mal...   | Read..

Activists slam Saranda project

A number of human rights outfits have termed the Centre-sponsored Sara...   | Read..

Bridge repair to divert trains

The routes of many trains under Chakradharpur railway division of South Eas...   | Read..

Baby steps for baby tigress

It’s a girl! Tata zoo’s tigress Shanti had given birth to a daughter on Apr...   | Read..

Meet on ATM security soon

Cyber “unsafe” Jamshedpur is looking to plug its security loopholes....   | Read..

Teen found dead at Marine Drive

An unidentified teenager was found dead along Marine Drive near Domuhani in...   | Read..

Bike duo snatch cash in daylight

Two men on a bike robbed a woman of Rs 49,000 in the Kokar area of Ranchi o...   | Read..

Peace chants from behind bars

A silent reform revolution is sweeping the Dhanbad divisional jail....   | Read..

NID help for bamboo designs

Jharcraft’s bamboo business is all set to get a dash of design. ...   | Read..

Vet pens book on emu breeding

Ranchi-based veterinarian Neeraj Kumar Verma has birds on his mind. Not jus...   | Read..

Now, paint your fire worries away

Health hubs, market complexes and corporate houses racking their brains to ...   | Read..