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Armed robbery, firing on city doorstep

Two separate armed gangs opened fire to pull off a robbery and intimidate a family in densely populated Kapali in Seraikela-Kharsawan district, 8km from Jamshedpur, since Tuesday night.<$>   | Read..

Cop cover drive on bumpy 3km artery

In an unusual endeavour, Ranchi's men in uniform hit their stride on Wednesday to repair a neglected road on their own after repeated pleas to the state and municipal...   | Read..

Lessons against rabies at rally

Prevention is better than cure, they say. Prevention is a must when there is no cure - that was the message spread by Jusco in Jamshedpur on World Rabies Day.   | Read..

Prize pat for clean Pujas

A beautiful pandal is not necessarily the best. Other factors like cleanliness around the pandal, sanitation standards followed during immersions and environment...   | Read..

Special cover stirs up Mahi mania

The India-New Zealand ODI in Ranchi - to be played at the JSCA international stadium on October 26 - may be a month away, but enthusiasm is being whipped up early by twin...   | Read..

Bokaro murder kingpin in net

The main accused in the January 27 murders of railway contractor Virendra Singh and his relative in Bokaro has been arrested.   | Read..

Stigma kills raped girl

A 15-year-old tribal rape victim in Giridih died in the wee hours today as her parents, fearing social stigma, delayed bringing the bleeding and grievously wounded girl to...   | Read..

In the name of the Army they all ran

Moments after Sudeep Kumar had successfully cleared his physicals at army the recruitment drive at Morabadi today, he called his elder brother, Sunil, an army soldier clerk...   | Read..

CM Das woos Silicon Valley with tech talk

Chief minister Raghubar Das, accompanied by his high-powered entourage of bureaucrats including chief secretary Rajbala Verma, today visited the headquarters of...   | Read..

NH link, road repair on cards

Hazaribagh town will soon get a new link to the state's lifeline, NH-33 or Ranchi-Patna highway, which will lessen the traffic burden on Kutchery Road to a certain extent.   | Read..

Varsity security in focus

Security on varsity campuses, complete digitisation of examination system, launch of new skill-based professional courses, recruitment of teachers and payment of arrears...   | Read..

Science seminar sows hope for farmers

They are mere students, but already have tips up their sleeves to improve yield of pulses, ensure better food security and welfare of farmers.   | Read..

Dengue vigil with fine sting

East Singhbhum health department has formed two new teams that from Thursday would crack down on dengue by fining Jamshedpur residents who store stagnant water breeding...   | Read..

Where green means business

Ever tasted mahua or pumpkin pickles? Or wondered how food tastes on siali leaves?   | Read..

Catch new train to Mumbai

Train passengers in Jamshedpur have another reason to rejoice.   | Read..

Traders edit strike plan

Wholesalers of edible items in Jamshedpur called off their indefinite stir and shut shop only for a day on Wednesday after police promised to arrest those who snatched Rs...   | Read..

Drone, police vigil for safe Puja

Ranchi district administration and police have chalked out an elaborate security plan for Puja by deploying as many as 100 volunteers from State Civil Defence Directorate,...   | Read..

Houses spill libido drugs

State drug inspectors raided three unoccupied houses in Ranchi on Wednesday and seized what are suspected to be spurious libido enhancing medicines and their raw...   | Read..

Three get life term for rape-kill

Three persons were sentenced to life imprisonment on Wednesday for killing a young mother after kidnapping and gang-raping her in Bokaro last year.   | Read..

When cops turn shutterbugs

Police officers from across the state went click-click for around six hours during a state-level photography competition organised on the second day of Jharkhand State...   | Read..

Doctors' stir for protectionDhanbad defies strike

Health services largely remained unaffected in Dhanbad on the first day of the three-day strike called by government doctors to demand implementation of the Medical...   | Read..

OPD services take a hit

Vijay Kumar Singh (42), a resident of Garabasa in Jugsalai who suffers from a frozen shoulder and paralysis of the left hand, had come to Khasmahal Sadar Hospital OPD...   | Read..

Healthcare in Ranchi hit

Medical services in Ranchi took a beating on Wednesday as OPDs of government hospitals and community health centres remained shut on the first day of the three-day...   | Read..


Lukewarm response shelves Puja trek

Forget the height of revelry on the mountains during the upcoming festive days.   | Read..

Poor light stops play

Bad light played villain in the most important tie of the Jamshedpur Sporting Association (JSA) football tournament of the Premier Division as the second semi-finals...   | Read..

Champions Karnataka pose with their trophy

Champions Karnataka pose with their trophy on the concluding day of the 70th Glenmark Senior National Aquatic Championship at the mega sports complex in Hotwar, Ranchi, on...   | Read..
Chullahs being used to dry clay Durga idols at a workshop in Dhanbad on Wednesday. Artisan...   | Read..
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