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Ticket trouble before T20

A big bunch of T20 fans returned home disappointed on Day One of the offline IPL ticket sales in Ranchi and Jamshedpur, thanks to poor co-ordination between the so-called convenience kiosks and the ticketing agent on Wednesday morning....   | Read..
 

Sporting spirit sky-high

Shah Rukh Khan’s dizzy cartwheels or Chris Gayle’s flying sixes? ...   | Read..
 

Victim hints at rebel hit

Maoist role is being suspected in Tuesday morning’s gun attack on a former MLA’s kin on the outskirts of Ranchi....   | Read..
 

Leopard love invites stork

Tata Steel Zoological Park, Jamshedpur, is replaying the world’s oldest love story — one man, two women — with many furry and...   | Read..
 
 

Private push to rev up city bus

Fed up with a good idea going to the dogs, East Singhbhum district administration and local civic bodies are gearing up with ...   | Read..
 
A long queue of cricket fans outside the IPL ticket counter at the international stadium in Dhurwa, Ranchi, on Wednesday. Picture by Prashant Mitra
Ticket trouble before T20
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Red Cross betters collection
A whopping 937 units of blood were collected at the Red Cross Bhavan in Sakchi on Wednesday. ...  | Read.. 
Making tiny tots smile
A cultural programme hosted on Wednesday to mark World Thalassaemia Day brought smiles on the lips o...  | Read.. 
 

Class act for Tata, Unicef

Unicef, Pratham Education Foundation and Tata Steel will team up with East ...   | Read..

Glare on dud varsity sites

All five state universities were today directed to make websites more ...   | Read..

Doctor, please don’t leave

They say an MBBS degree-holder is recession-proof. The state, looking ...   | Read..

Marks soar on maths magic

Hard work always pays off. Kshitij Paul learnt it when the matriculation ex...   | Read..

Gulnaaz knows her numbers

When it comes to crunching numbers, she is inspired by Shakuntala Devi, wh...   | Read..

Dilemma in languages

Tribal languages aren’t really flourishing in the tribal state of Jharkhand...   | Read..

Bogus teacher tally rises to 75

Eight para-teachers in Bokaro were found to have fake diploma certificates ...   | Read..

Mukhiyas seek more power

The growing discontent among panchayat representatives that they are unable...   | Read..

Karate kids show the way

Talent does not distinguish between the rich and poor. Only, one should nev...   | Read..

Paswan’s actor son dons new role

Chirag Paswan, the son of LJP supremo Ram Vilas Paswan, is planning to don ...   | Read..

Care on wheels for Rs 15 per hour

An ambulance, which had been lying idle on the premises of Dhanbad’s Patlip...   | Read..

Online push for megalith riches

The demand for world heritage status for Chokahatu is fast gaining ground. ...   | Read..

Glare on town of ‘free’ power

Hazaribagh residents are “cooling” themselves, leaving Jharkhand State Elec...   | Read..