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Energy saved is energy produced. And saving energy is Jharkhand's August mission.   | Read..
 

Berth pang whiff in student death

The body of a 17-year-old schoolboy, who was missing since July 3, was found floating in Dhurwa reservoir, 15km from the heart of capital Ranchi, on Sunday morning.   | Read..
 

Shower to more shower this week

Brace for another brolly good show this week.   | Read..
 

Illegal parking under VIP nose

The East Singhbhum administration doesn't have to look far for blatant traffic violations.   | Read..
 

Engaging memoir that walks on the wild side

A machan to observe spotted deer becomes a hit with photographers and gives birth to the idea of a treehouse that is an even bigger hit with honeymooners. A python, saved...   | Read..
 

MLAs get tips on funds use

Economists and social thinkers today stressed on the need for better financial management while giving tips to the state's legislators on how to prevent corruption and...   | Read..
 

Dumka girl suicide prompts toilet count

 The July 3 suicide of a college girl in Dumka over her parents' refusal to build a toilet at home has prompted Jharkhand State Commission for Women to seek actual...   | Read..
 

Private hands for cleaner Dhanbad

If Dhanbad Municipal Corporation (DMC) has its way, the coal capital will soon don a cleaner look.   | Read..
 

Revenge hint in killing

An attempt-to-murder accused, out on bail, was stabbed multiple times and shot twice in Pundag, some 18km from the heart of Ranchi, on Sunday morning, exposing the...   | Read..
 

Blood relief for patients

The capital's leading private hospitals have decided to do away with an "illegal" and "unwritten" rule that so far denied their patients affordable...   | Read..
 

Weekend plight, weekday fear

Train services remained partially affected on Sunday, a day after a goods train jumped tracks following a collision with a truck at an unmanned level crossing in...   | Read..
 

Minibus strike looms

Minibus operators in the city have threatened to go off roads on Tuesday to protest against the traffic department's alleged high-handedness with a late evening meeting...   | Read..
 

Piped water in Sindri

From being a pipe dream, piped water will soon be a reality at 10,000 Sindri homes.   | Read..
 

State green drive wilts

Chief minister Raghubar Das's green wish has not taken root.   | Read..
 

Truant doctors spur NH stir

Two Palkot residents, who sustained serious injuries in an accident this morning, had to suffer without treatment for hours in Gumla as doctors of the local health centre...   | Read..
 

Dairy farmers to milk cash

Over 5,000 dairy farmers will earn their first extra lump sum tomorrow from Jharkhand State Cooperative Milk Producers' Federation Ltd, managed by National Dairy...   | Read..
 

Fun & fundraising for poor at XLRI

Valhalla means hail the hero.   | Read..
 

LIFEMATE

We will step up efforts with the state government to secure the health and well-being of every child, tackle open defecation, child mortality rate and stunted growth...   | Read..
 

Letters

A look at the kind of drains being constructed all over the capital would be enough to reject Ranchi’s claim for being included in the list of 100 smart...   | Read..
 

Trade Talk

A workshop on ‘Ease of doing business’ was held at Jharkhand Small Industries’ Association (JSIA) auditorium in Ranchi on June 26. Addressing...   | Read..
 
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