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When Ranchi came out to party

The roof came down was how Ravi Shastri described it and he was not far off the mark. As Team India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni walked into bat and put the final touches to a beautifully scripted Indian win over England at Ranchi’s international cricket stadium today, the 35,000-strong crowd e...   | Read..

Pray, fight polio

East Singhbhum district authorities are turning to religious leaders to spread awareness about the pulse polio campaign....   | Read..

Jharcraft to bail out Gua women

Jharcraft has joined hands with Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) to empower women of villages in the mining towns...   | Read..

Play of luck in enrol lists

Over 60 city schools put out computer-generated merit lists for admission of students to entry level (nursery and kinder...   | Read..

Mini models woo Dhanbad

The Tata Digwadih Stadium in Dhanbad today turned into a mini airport....   | Read..
A giant Tricolour being waved by a jubilant fan after the guests were bundled out for 155 during the third one day international between India and Eng ...  | Read
Flight Timings
Archers bag 8 medals
The Jharkhand squad started well today by bagging eight medals — three gold, as many silver and...  | Read.. 
Brand games at MAXI
MAXI Fair, XLRI’s annual two-day survey of corporate brands and consumer behaviour to determine...  | Read.. 

City ghat to get third furnace

Long queues at Subernarekha burning ghat will soon be a thing o...   | Read..

Jharkhand Inc pitches for strong wicket

Dhoni’s backyard can be as big a brand as India’s emphatic ODI victory...   | Read..

Captain Ahmed, your innings starts now

A day before taking stand at the crease, Governor Syed Ahmed spent the...   | Read..