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Two top babus state’s beacon of hope

Two high-profile bureaucrats of Jharkhand — chief secretary R.S. Sharma and agriculture secretary Nitin Madan Kulkarni — have removed beacons from atop their official vehicles from Monday, a move that may change the perception of a power trip in the state in the wake of the Supreme Court order of...   | Read..

Backward village in capital heart

The shiny Galaxia Mall on Ratu Road, Ranchi, is barely 2km from Kathargonda, but seems to belong to another planet. ...   | Read..

A paradise lost in foul waters

The sprawling Dimna Lake — an erstwhile picnickers’ paradise 13km from the heart of Jamshedpur — has earned the dubious disti...   | Read..

Lounge around, read a mag & board your train

Giant LCD televisions, cushioned seats, spacious toilets for men and women, choice of refreshments, complimentary newspapers ...   | Read..

Chatting with Chetan

Chetan Bhagat needs no introduction. IITian-turned-investment banker-turned storyteller, he’s made a whole generation of Indi...   | Read..
Students of SSLNT Mahila Mahavidyalaya stage a drama, Story of the birth of Jesus, to mark the diamond jubilee of University Grants Commission ...  | Read
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Jharcraft to branch out to rural tourism
Jharcraft with its Midas touch will now lend a hand to the state government to boost rural tourism a...  | Read.. 
Bokaro sheds safe study hub tag
The kidnap and killing of 11-year-old Sudhanshu Kumar Singh and other similar abduction cases have ...  | Read.. 

Doctors demand guns

A day after four men robbed the Sakchi residence-cum-clinic of physician N....   | Read..

Bank strike blow to trade

Businessmen as well as the common man bore the brunt of the one-day strike ...   | Read..

Demolition partly done

Excavators, bulldozers and other demolition gear rolled out on Tata-Kandra ...   | Read..

Newbies tee off with pros

Amateur golfers had a great time playing alongside veterans at the inaugura...   | Read..

Little goes big with century

Novelist Vladimir Nabokov had famously said literature and butterflies are ...   | Read..

Destination Dubai this winter

The warmth of West Asia is calling chill-numbed residents of Ranchi....   | Read..

Lens on mining

As many as 15 people have been arrested in connection with illegal coal min...   | Read..

College student hangs

Two persons ended their lives in the capital, most probably, in the small h...   | Read..

Safety fiat for state boat hubs

State tourism secretary Sajal Chakraborty has read out the riot act to depu...   | Read..

Push for road e-vigil

You may soon be caught on camera virtually everywhere in Ranchi, if city po...   | Read..

Blast suspect hugs mother

Alleged Indian Mujahideen operative and Sithio resident Imtiyaz Ahmed ...   | Read..

MLAs shun committee

Six out of the seven Independent MLAs supporting the JMM-Congress-RJD ...   | Read..

Two bills passed, ruckus over roads

The state Assembly today passed the marriage and the contingency fund...   | Read..

Year-end debut for station food hub

Call it a New Year gift for rail passengers. ...   | Read..

New look for Xmas crib

A tower-like manger with Joseph, Mary and the shepherds watching over baby ...   | Read..