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Stone missiles strike flats

More than 1,000 residents of an elite apartment complex in Ranchi are living under the terror of stone missiles for a week now bizarrely because the RMC has failed to construct a drain for them for...   | Read..

New underpass under water

An ambitious railway underpass, meant to bust bottlenecks on Jugsalai-Station Road in Jamshedpur, has only augmented jam sessions in Nor'wester season.   | Read..

2 bodies found on trains at Hatia

A body of 21-year-old woman, with injury marks on the neck, was recovered from the washroom of a train at Hatia station early on Wednesday morning, a little less than 12...   | Read..

Bribe nexus spurs suicide

A technical employee of Food Corporation of India (FCI) killed himself by consuming pesticide on office premises at the fourth floor of the district collectorate in...   | Read..

Varsity steps up solar makeover

Ranchi University has kept its sunny promise to its students.   | Read..

Beastly tales told with heart

In conservation, the motto should always be never say die.   | Read..

Furious Ahmed Patel attacks govt

Sonia Gandhi's political secretary Ahmed Patel today created a flutter in Parliament by obliquely pointing to conspiracies within the government that apparently envisaged a...   | Read..

BJP leader shot, 2 held

A BJP leader in Dumka who switched from JMM before Assembly polls in 2014 and was seen instrumental in JMM scion Hemant Soren's debacle in the prestigious seat, was shot...   | Read..

Teaching teachers about classroom motivation

Students of project schools, who come from poor homes and juggle daily routines between earning money and studying, need better teaching and motivation.   | Read..

Bank to e-stamp paper rescue

Stuck with your affidavitslower denominations like <>Rs 5, Rs 10 and Rs 20 denominations, was stopped to the Jamshedpur treasury two months ago.   | Read..

Qaida case on ATS lap

The home department on Wednesday asked East Singhbhum police to hand over the case related to suspected al Qaida operatives to state anti-terrorist squad (ATS).   | Read..

Mayor's area runs dry

At Upper Edalhatu, barely half a kilometre from the residence of Ranchi mayor Asha Lakra and two and-a-half kilometre from the residence of chief minister Raghubar Das,...   | Read..

Water crisis at Hatia station

The maverick mercury is taking a toll on railways now.   | Read..

Saturday verdict on Sapphire girl's plea

A decision on the appeal of Class VI student of Sapphire International School, facing charges of tampering with evidence in the Binay Mahto murder case, is likely to be...   | Read..

Camp boost for mission toilets

Dhanbad Municipal Corporation (DMC) will host camps from Friday to attract people who don't have loos at home to meet its target of 57,000 new toilets under Swachh Bharat...   | Read..

State lad in footvolley team

The Footvolley Association of India has selected Jamshedur-based Ram Kumar Upadhyay in the 4-member Indian team for the Asian Championship to be held in Thailand from May...   | Read..


20 wickets on Day One

Bowlers shared 20 wickets on the opening day of the Junior Challenger Trophy (Under-19) matches in Dhanbad and Bokaro on Wednesday.   | Read..
Jharkhand players practise at a camp at Astroturf Hockey Stadium in Morabadi, Ranchi, on...   | Read..
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