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Hostage drama in heist
The dawn had not yet broken. Ranjit Kumar and his family, residents of road number 5 of Ashok Nagar Colony in the Argora police station area, were still asleep. They did not hear three armed strangers break open the front door lock and enter the hou...  | Read.. 
 
Night of horror in AC coach
A travelling ticket examiner (TTE) has filed a complaint against former Godda MP Pradeep Yadav, accusing him of forcibly...  | Read.. 
 
Power trips on choice standoff
The Jharkhand State Electricity Board’s failure in selecting a firm to carry out the repair work in the two units of the...  | Read.. 
 
September date for biz school meet
Come September 25 and the campus of the Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI) will witness a flurry of activities....  | Read.. 
 
 
The good, the bad & the ugly
The Telegraph question: Does Jharkhand need IAS officers

Jharkhand has been sanctioned more IAS officers, prompting sceptics to ask whether the state has too many bureaucrats. ...  | Read.. 
 
The Tisco team takes on DSA, Hazaribagh, at the Major Dhyan Chand birth anniversary celebrations on the Astroturf ground in Ranchi. Tisco won 4-2. Picture by Prashant Mitra
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Passion and Pastime
As he starts humming, you can see the keyboard becoming one with him. Lost in the sounds, his body m...  | Read.. 
 
Stray bullet kills baby
Eight-month-old Shekhar Munda, who was hit by a stray bullet last nigh...  | Read.. 
Tests to keep doping at bay
In a bid to curb rising cases of doping at international events, the A...  | Read.. 
Xavier’s tops quality list
Ranchi-based St Xavier’s College has been adjudged the best college by...  | Read.. 
Gold rush, first day first show
Zero in Athens, 15 in Jamshedpur. That too, on the first day. ...  | Read.. 
Job scam probe hits dead end
Investigation in the constable recruitment racket has hit a dead end o...  | Read.. 
Handicraft treat from across the country
Handicraft lovers of the steel city will soon have an opportunity to p...  | Read.. 
Curtains down on sports fete
The weeklong celebrations to mark the National Sports Day ended at the...  | Read.. 
Racket evidence reduced to ashes
The record room of the district education office today caught fire around ...  | Read.. 
Helpline push to break HIV silence
The AIDS helpline facility recently introduced by the MGM hospital ha...  | Read.. 
Poll axe spectre over BJP dozen
The BJP think-tank in Jharkhand, desperate to avoid a repeat of the Lo...  | Read.. 
Govt move for safe abortion
The health department has decided to set up a permanent training-cum-...  | Read.. 
Dissent greets Fernandes
Janata Dal (United) president George Fernandes had a taste of the diss...  | Read.. 
Roadmap for tourism boom
His stint as the district magistrate of the troubled Nalanda and East Ch...  | Read.. 
Hockey legend homage
Sports-lovers of the state capital paid rich tributes to hockey legend...  | Read.. 
Rise in crime sets off police alarm
An uphill task awaits the new senior superintendent, of police Ranchi,...  | Read.. 
Land logic to douse starve-death flames
Government officials of Bhandariya block under Garhwa district, scurrying ...  | Read.. 
Sanskrit books released
Ranchi Sanskrit Seva Sangh released four Sanskrit books — Stotra Ma...  | Read.. 
Dal tickets after test
Taking a cue from ally BJP, Janata Dal (United) president Inder Singh ...  | Read.. 
 
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Ex-MLA’s son under scanner
Honour for Tata Steel officer
Students plan protest
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Child mishap
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