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Students win poll pledge
Ranchi University today agreed to hold the students' union election before the Puja vacation, but not before a section of the students ransacked the vice-chancellor's office, disrupted the ongoing electoral process for the Senate and escaped with of...  | Read.. 
 
Mom sells baby for a meal
A 17-year-old-woman from Baghmara block, nearly 40 km from the district headquarters Dhanbad, sold her four-month-old daught...  | Read.. 
 
Graft swoop nets banker
Sleuths from the anti-corruption wing of the Central Bureau of Investigation today swooped down on seven locations in Ra...  | Read.. 
 
Workshop for varsities
Ranchi University will organise a one-day workshop on the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) tomorrow,...  | Read.. 
 
 
Modern homes for primitive lot
Birhors get apartment blocks in heart of West Singhbhum forest

This residential complex is like any other of its kind ' with a school, hospital, proper drainage system, vocational trainin ...  | Read.. 
 
Members of the Jameen Bachao Sangharsh Samiti protest against the auction of 23 commercial plots by the Jharkhand State Housing Board in Ranchi. Pictu ...  | Read
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Business Profile
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To be Young
I gaped with horror at the assignment given to me. Interviewing Pradip Chatterjee, recipient of the ...  | Read.. 
 
Business over a cup of coffee
The time was around 11 am and the only sign of life in the near-empty...  | Read.. 
Vatican appoints Toppo assistant
The Vatican today appointed Vincent Barwa, currently bishop of Purnea,...  | Read.. 
Clamour for policy on green cover
There is a need for a sustainable and planned approach to improve the ...  | Read.. 
5-year sentence in fodder scam
The special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court constituted fo...  | Read.. 
Govt at Centre door for pond aid
Chief minister Arjun Munda and his council of ministers will meet Prim...  | Read.. 
Locked in after swindle charge
Residents of Garikhana, under Kotwali police station, today locked two off...  | Read.. 
Dal MLAs throw rally gauntlet
Firing another salvo at the party's leadership, Janata Dal (United) ML...  | Read.. 
Anti-TB campaign
The newly-formed Jharkhand Tuberculosis Association (JTA) recently decided...  | Read.. 
Party zeroes in on CLP leader
Bermo MLA Rajendra Prasad Singh is likely to be the Congress Legislatu...  | Read.. 
Teen rebel on revenge mission
When her brother-in-law hacked off her cousin's head with an axe two ...  | Read.. 
Pratima ban finds support
The sports fraternity of the steel city has welcomed the decision of t...  | Read.. 
Girls bask in soccer glory
Hazaribagh defeated favourites Gumla 1-0 to clinch the inaugural State...  | Read.. 
Old cops to make way for young blood
The days of ageing athletes in the state police team are numbered. ...  | Read.. 
After goof-up, babus pad up
The goof-up in the distribution of lunch packets on the opening day of...  | Read.. 
BCCI relief for cricket body
Days of anxiety in Jharkhand's cricket circle came to an end after the...  | Read.. 
Jeep mows down couple
Close on the heels of the mishap that claimed three lives at Chandil on Na...  | Read.. 
Red Cross in health drive
The Chaibasa unit of the Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS) today started...  | Read.. 
Club plans b'day bash
One of the premier clubs of the steel city plans to host a number of e...  | Read.. 
Lessons lost in poll storm
With the Senate election of Ranchi University round the corner, politi...  | Read.. 
Cops await bomb clue in CTO loot bid
Even after 48 hours of the attempted loot near the General Post Office...  | Read.. 
CBI swoop on phone officials
A team of officials from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Ra...  | Read.. 
Global players eye home biz kids
Global players will be zeroing in on students of Xavier Labour Relatio...  | Read.. 
Strike chokes coal supply
Parts of Bihar and West Bengal could plunge into darkness as the coal ...  | Read.. 
Goddess on progress boat
The countdown has begun. Goddess Durga with her four children is on he...  | Read.. 
CM bid to ease power blocks
The state government is finally taking steps to solve the power crisis...  | Read.. 
 
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