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Gun in schoolbag again

A countrymade single-shot pistol, popularly called katta, was found on a Class VIII student of yet another English-medium school in Jamshedpur on Thursday, exactly a week after an eleventh grader...   | Read..

Go to RIMS, catch tuberculosis

One Jalil Ansari from Ramgarh was recently admitted to the medicine ward of RIMS, Ranchi, with cold and cough. Initially, he tested negative for tuberculosis. One week at...   | Read..

Coal trader faces kill bid quiz

Ranchi police seem to be inching closer to solving the murderous attempt on a Loharadaga businessman in the heart of the capital on May 30.   | Read..

Your fresh tomatoes & brinjals, from farm to app

Don't want to go veggie shopping amid dust, heat and crowds? Just tap on an app.   | Read..

CCTV camera angle in woman killing

The latest development in the sensational drawing room murder of Jamshedpur homemaker Khemlata Devi (43) is that her husband Kartik Ram (55), a Tata Steel worker, had...   | Read..

Queue nightmare at post office

Senior citizen Anup Singh had travelled 5km from his Baridih home to the Golmuri sub-post office twice last week to know his savings account balance. He stood for an hour...   | Read..

Bus link to town in limbo

Wheels of rural mobility have come to a grinding halt in Jharkhand.   | Read..

DIG focus on cyber crime

Coal belt DIG Saket Singh on Thursday said police must adopt advanced technologies, act swiftly and rationally to outsmart suave, educated new-age criminals, who are posing...   | Read..

RU gears up for degree day

Around 3,000 students of Ranchi University, who had completed various postgraduate and vocational courses in 2014 and 2015, will walk into Dikshant Mandap on the Morabadi...   | Read..

LEDs replace defunct lights

Hazaribagh municipal corporation is now busy replacing conventional street lamps with energy-saving LEDs having sensors that would switch on automatically when it gets dark...   | Read..

Jaguars let their imagination run wild

They are not only experts at fighting rebels in the remote corners of the state but are talented painters as well.   | Read..

DMC to hire new cleaning workers

To tide over the manpower shortage Dhanbad Municipal Corporation (DMC) is all set to hire contractual labourers on its own from the first week of July.   | Read..

ATM fraud class for cops

Do you know fraudsters nowadays use Bluetooth cameras inside ATM kiosks to capture PINs? Or better, some don't need PINs to withdraw money from ATMs. Even hotel waiters can...   | Read..

Godda U-turn on child marriage angers Opp

Godda district administration today made a startling turnaround in its avowed promise to get to the bottom of the child bride controversy surrounding state BJP chief Tala...   | Read..

Pipe repair on Station Road spurs jams

Sanjeev Jaiswal, a businessman from Burmamines in Jamshedpur, who was headed for Rourkela in Odisha for an important meeting, missed Howrah-Sambalpur Express, scheduled at...   | Read..

Ready for coal test mandate

For Dhanbad's premiere CSIR laboratory that's been assigned the mammoth task of conducting quality tests on over 300 million tonne off coal for the power sector, its simply...   | Read..

BJP flags capture Hul stage

BJP flags fluttered high at a Santhal Hul Diwas function at Bhognadih in Sahebganj today as the party used the government-funded platform to further its reach in...   | Read..

May exam scrapped under leak cloud

Jharkhand Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd (JUVNL) today cancelled the May 15 written exams held to fill up 695 vacancies citing "reported irregularities", and pointed out...   | Read..

Cops get diet allowance

Chief minister Raghubar Das today announced special diet allowances for players in the state police to encourage more men in uniform to take to sporting activities.   | Read..

Dry June, Wet July

The first monsoon month of 2016 has disappointed Jharkhand, resulting in a rainfall deficit of 40 per cent, but all hope is not lost with weathermen predicting a July...   | Read..


Eye on PM before Rio

If all goes well, the Indian archery contingent's visit to Rio de Janeiro for next month's Olympic Games will be preceded by a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, no...   | Read..

Water polo tourney

Former sportspersons in the steel city will make their splash at a water polo tournament to be organised by Jamshedpur Veteran Sports Club (JVSC) at JRD Tata Sports Complex...   | Read..
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