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Horror sequel to healthcare

Three out of four ACs do not work in the burns ward...   | Read..
 

RMC water in slo-mo trickle

In the height of summer, when vast stretches of the capital are going thirsty, the task of installing water tanks procured by...   | Read..
 

Relief trickle for thirsty city

Contract worker Lakhi Gorai has to pay Rs 70 a day to an auto operator to transport water containers from a community tap...   | Read..
 

Strike holds rural health to ransom

Immunisation drives and antenatal check-ups across the state were badly hit as 62,000 contractual employees of Jharkhand Rura...   | Read..
 
 

Student attempts suicide

A 16-year-old boy, scolded by his elder sister for failing his matric exam, swallowed poison on Thursday at her home in Dumar...   | Read..
 
A cracker of a willow show by the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) sent Thursday’s sparsely populated galleries at Ranchi’s ...  | Read
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Smooth access to toll bridge
The ride to Adityapur from Kadma is no longer a driver’s nightmare. ...  | Read.. 
Pat for campus free of stress
Teenagers these days might have 1,000 virtual pals, but do they have real friends to share their pro...  | Read.. 
 

Mecon gate protests swell

Residents of South Office Para, a private residential locality in Doranda a...   | Read..

Fair archery feat by teen duo

To be ‘fair’, Jharkhand has twin reasons to cheer. ...   | Read..

Black market ticket arrests

Dhanbad Railway Police arrested three persons for black-marketing tatkal...   | Read..

New rail hub in road fix

The new complex of Dhanbad railway station, developed more than three month...   | Read..

Surgical surge for hospital

Brahmananda Narayana Multispecialty Hospital in Tamolia is achieving new mi...   | Read..

CM push for welfare projects

Chief minister Hemant Soren today held a high-level meeting with minis...   | Read..

HEC hopes for Modi sops

Heavy Engineering Corporation (HEC), a rare profit-making PSU despite ...   | Read..

Blast trail leads to ‘friendly’ doctor

The Patna blasts trail led to a young doctor being questioned by the N...   | Read..

Termites, get lost from golf course

Eyes steady, muscles taut, wrists ready for a precision swing. And then, sh...   | Read..

Sajal prod for private varsity rules

Lok Sabha elections being a washout for the ruling state government combine...   | Read..

Skilled use of CSR resources

Corporate houses are now bound to spend two per cent of their net profit on...   | Read..

Sound sense behind cool BIT gadget

Did you ever think that blaring horns of vehicles can be put to good use? I...   | Read..