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Gold class late on tracks

Of the seven trains connecting state capital Ranchi and national capital Delhi, the grandest sounding Jharkhand Swarna Jayanti Express — with a twin train service on all weekdays from Monday...   | Read..

Abducted girl rescued from Giridih

The 12-year-old daughter of a well-known businessman was allegedly kidnapped by a youth and his friend from the doorstep of her residence at Bokaro Thermal Power Station...   | Read..

11000 miss exam over affiliation row

Around 800 students from Jamshedpur were among the 11,000 from across the state who missed their Class XI examination on Wednesday because the Jharkhand Academic Council...   | Read..

Making music with numbers and notations

At first glance, they may seem as different as chalk and cheese, but music and maths have an uncanny romance since time immemorial.    | Read..

Industrial hub focuses on electronics firms

Adityapur industrial area has identified land to set up an electronics manufacturing hub and is working on forming a special purpose vehicle after the Centre’s...   | Read..

Nursing cradle on cards in steel city

If things fall into place, Jamshedpur will soon have a nursing school affiliated to Kolhan University.    | Read..

VBU language lab on course

The first language lab of Vinoba Bhave University (VBU) is likely to become operational within a month at PK Roy Memorial College of Dhanbad with applications for a...   | Read..

May test for 350 MBBS seats

Emboldened by last year’s Jharkhand High Court order staying the Medical Council of India’s (MCI) seat slash diktat, the state health department has gone ahead...   | Read..

Ranchi stares at water crisis

It is not yet summer, but Ranchiites may go thirsty from next month itself.    | Read..

Fireworks to light up mela

The 15th edition of Bangla Sanskritik Mela — a cultural fest organised by the Ranchi wing of Jharkhand Bengali Association — promises to be grander and more...   | Read..

Stress busters for examinees

Don’t take stress, study for a limited time and sleep well — Jamshedpur schools are imparting this mantra among board examinees to help them perform better.   | Read..

From garbage dump to green square

Khudiram Bose Square or Mango Chowk, a dirty traffic roundabout housing a bust of the freedom fighter at the junction of Dimna Road-Purulia Road and Mango bridge, has...   | Read..

Tata push for agri sector

In an attempt to make agriculture a lucrative career option for young farmers in the region, Tata Steel has organised the state’s first agriculture meet Vaartaa.   | Read..

Man shot dead at Sonari

A 32-year-old man, a wall painter by profession, was shot dead by unknown assailants near Sardar Akhara on Sonari-Kagalnagar Road at Sonari in Jamshedpur this evening.     | Read..

State govt secures sand pits

 The Raghubar Das government has started tightening its grip on illegal mining, empowering village mukhiyas to conduct auctions of sand pits and making it mandatory...   | Read..

Chief secy on Maoists

Armed with sufficient knowledge about extremism, thanks to his stint in the Union ministry of home affairs (MHA), new chief secretary Rajiv Gauba said he would review the...   | Read..

Treasure trove of data

Among the 32,394 villages of Jharkhand, Palamau district alone accounts for 1,870. Though the population density of the state is 414, that of Latehar district is only 200....   | Read..

Visiting herd spurs Dalma clash fears

A herd of elephants from neighbouring Seraikela-Kharsawan district destroyed village huts inside Dalma wildlife sanctuary on Tuesday, triggering fears of a possible...   | Read..
Fans scurry for cover during the Ranchi Rays vs Dabang Mumbai hockey match at Astroturf stadium...   | Read..
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