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Lines of twin shivers scar cityscape

Back-to-back shivers spiralling from Nepal's twin 7.9 and 6.9 Richter nightmares on Saturday and Sunday scarred the topography of Ranchi, despite it being 651km away from the neighbouring country's...   | Read..
 

Sendra vigil vs wish to kill

A certain section of tribals appeared determined to kill during Sendra, the annual hunting festival on Monday, even as the forest department has stepped up vigil to protect...   | Read..
 

LETTERS

Power push in Patratu   | Read..
 

STROKE PERILS

TT: What is a stroke?    | Read..
 

Special leave for journey to lost world

Constable Sanjay Ghimire's elder brother is no more. Colleague Ram Haripuri has lost his grandmother. Jawan Shailendra Lama's parents and siblings are missing. Constable...   | Read..
 

Rumble below, rumble above

The earth and the sky seem to be orchestrating a dance of death and devastation.   | Read..
 

24 new cameras for jail, but not enough

Ghaghidih Central Jail in Jamshedpur, where prisoners are known to smuggle in cellphones and have easy access to contraband items, liquor and home-cooked food, will have 24...   | Read..
 

Fee hike protest hits Monday classes

Jharkhand Abhibhavak Manch called a bandh of schools in Ranchi on Monday to drum up support of their ongoing protests against "uncontrolled" fee hikes in private...   | Read..
 

Cry for flexibility in central schemes

Chief minister Raghubar Das today left for Delhi to take part in a meeting of Niti Aayog - the policy think-tank that recently replaced the Planning Commission - to bargain...   | Read..
 

2 killers held in Garhwa

Two dreaded criminals, who had been on the run for the past 10-12 years, have been arrested during two separate raids in different parts of Garhwa district.   | Read..
 

Contract jobs at PMCH

Severe shortage of staff at Patliputra Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) has prompted the authorities of the Dhanbad-based institute to consider making appointments on a...   | Read..
 

More tremors likely in 24 hours

Jharkhand experienced an aftershock of 3.2 on Richter scale again on Sunday as Nepal was struck by a quake measuring 6.9, a day after a massive earthquake in the...   | Read..
 

Get-well deadline for sadar hospital

Displeased with the poor upkeep of Hazaribagh Sadar Hospital, state health minister Ramchandra Chandravanshi on Sunday gave civil surgeon Dharmveer a week's time to improve...   | Read..
 

JAC results today

Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) will announce the results of matric and intermediate (science and commerce) at its auditorium in Ranchi on Monday at 4pm.   | Read..
 

Tata auto parts stolen

Auto parts and industrial goods worth around Rs 25 lakh, mainly belonging to Tata Motors, Tata Cummins Ltd and TRF Ltd, were stolen from the godown of a private transport...   | Read..
 

Land policy draws ire

Trade and industry outfits have decided to oppose the new land allotment policy of Aiada, which is allegedly more interested in the money that a project will fetch than its...   | Read..
 

Station entry review

A team from Garden Reach, Calcutta-based headquarters of South Eastern Railway (SER), will visit Tatanagar this week to review the station's proposed second entry from...   | Read..
 

TRADE TALK

Advantage Jharkhand, the two-day food processing investors’ summit in Ranchi on April 23-24 sought to whet the appetite of industry players for Jharkhand....   | Read..
 
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