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Ragging action, four months late

The School of Planning and Architecture in New Delhi has suspended seven students after sitting on a ragging complaint filed by a Ranchi boy four months ago. Its delayed action has drawn criticism and the threat of a lawsuit from the complainant’s father....   | Read..
 

Artery tops list of roads to avoid

The ugly warts are back on Bariatu Road — the 5km arterial link between Raj Bhavan and NH-33 at Booty More which was repaired...   | Read..
 

Scofflaw city bus runs over woman

A young secretariat employee, riding her new scooter to work, was crushed to death under the wheels of a lawbreaking city bus...   | Read..
 

Star train’s delay record

‘Superfast’ is fast becoming a misnomer for Jamshedpur’s favourite Steel Express....   | Read..
 
 

BIT boy kills self in hostel

The body of a second-year mechanical engineering student of BIT-Mesra was found hanging from the ventilator of his hostel roo...   | Read..
 
The institute in Delhi where Navin Kujur was made to do push-ups with bricks on his back. Picture by Prem Singh
Ragging action, four months late
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All eyes on sub-lease hearing
Promoters who were working on Tata Steel sub-leased plots till a state order brought the projects to...  | Read.. 
Congress flags torched in Dumka
Nearly 12 JMM workers went berserk at Dumka’s Dudhani Tower Chowk yesterday night and pulled do...  | Read.. 
 

Adviser calls for better policing

Governor’s adviser K. Vijay Kumar today asked the state police to prov...   | Read..

3 held for role in Maoist blast

Bokaro police today sent three men including a Maoist to jail after...   | Read..

Rape cuffs on three

Three youths were arrested today for the alleged gang rape of a 30-yea...   | Read..

Nabard seminar focus on development

Jharkhand development commissioner Debashis Gupta today urged official...   | Read..

Steel hub readies to hit new party high

A party in the sky may sound like a flight of fancy for some, but come ...   | Read..

Farmers walk the talk for society

A group of farmers from Haryana is showing the way to peace and unity to th...   | Read..

Examiners to pay for errors

Evaluators will have to be extra cautious while correcting answer papers of...   | Read..

Hotel faces women’s wrath

A group of women acted tough and demolished some shacks, which they claimed...   | Read..

Schools aim for British tag

The British Council will reward a school with a genuine mission to educate ...   | Read..

Bengal wins audit hockey tourney

AG Bengal emerged champions in the East Zone Inter-audit Hockey Championshi...   | Read..

Fire tool kills DVC official

A 50-year-old senior official of Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) paid with...   | Read..

Steel cities shine in district cricket

Jamshedpur and Bokaro posted comfortable wins on the opening day of the sen...   | Read..

Glitz show for league final

Dozens of international hockey stars along with a galaxy of Bollywood starl...   | Read..

Cradles get gender sensitive

The gang rape and subsequent death of a young paramedic in Delhi in Decembe...   | Read..

Rs 15 lakh robbery in Sindri jewellery shops

A gang of robbers broke into three jewellery shops in Sindri Main Market la...   | Read..