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Crack at rebels after purge
Embarrassed, if not alarmed, at the continuing show of displeasure, dissent and defiance by dropped legislators and their supporters, the BJP today warned of disciplinary action against rebels. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cash carrot for mine scout
Jolted by mounting casualties in landmine blasts, police have entrusted the job of sniffing out the deadly devices to lo...  | Read.. 
 
Stealing bikes for pocket money
Not content with the pocket money they got from their watchful parents, seven students, all from affluent families, hit ...  | Read.. 
 
Players lack forward edge
In spite of churning out talented hockey players, the state has not been able to produce a forward till now. Coaches and...  | Read.. 
 
 
Song of love and battles won
Like cotton-country blues, tribal folk music has a melody for every mood

They sing of love ' deep into the shadows of the night. The words echo the tenderness, the pangs, the union and the ecstasy ...  | Read.. 
 
The rose garden of Raj Bhavan is decked up to welcome commoners from 9 am to 1 pm. Picture by Prashant Mitra
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Resident of Ranchi
Home Theatre
Father and son share a lot more than their love for golf ...  | Read.. 
 
Extortion arrest
The 28-year-old servant of a city-based doctor and owner of Alam Nursi...  | Read.. 
Flushout amid poll pangs
The state home department has ordered an intensive combing operation i...  | Read.. 
Special children languish in dusk
Efforts to integrate disabled children with normal ones in schools by ...  | Read.. 
List of 5 from tribal students
The Adivasi Chhatra Sangh (ACS) declared the names of the five candidates ...  | Read.. 
Relief after long wait
It was a twin gift package for former international soccer Peter Thangaraj...  | Read.. 
Sikhs mull jeans ban
After women in jeans, it's now the turn of six-year-old girls to have the ...  | Read.. 
RWC top choice to host functions
Ranchi Women's College (RWC) seems to be the hotspot for holding funct...  | Read.. 
DNA help to detect diseases
A seminar on DNA-based detection of human diseases was held at Ranchi ...  | Read.. 
School lines up gala to celebrate 60 years
The Sacred Heart Convent School, one of the oldest English-medium scho...  | Read.. 
Rotary to touch needy hearts
Rotary Club has launched a Life-Saving Pacemaker Programme during its ...  | Read.. 
Winter nip gone with the wind
The steel city today witnessed a record rise in minimum temperature fo...  | Read.. 
Cyber web to curb spread of malaria
Taking a cue from Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, the state health departme...  | Read.. 
A year on, red death count
As many as 12 extremists of the Maoist rebels had been killed in the p...  | Read.. 
'Tax' gangs fleece bus fleet
Bus owners in the capital are paying though their noses for the right ...  | Read.. 
Three hurt in clash over land
Three persons were injured, two seriously, after two groups clashed a...  | Read.. 
Poll papers trickle in on Day 2
Six candidates filed their nomination papers today for the first phase...  | Read.. 
JSEB denies payment hiccup
Officials of Jharkhand State Electricity Board (JSEB) today denied ru...  | Read.. 
Mixing business
The BJP candidate for the Hatia Assembly seat is perhaps known more as...  | Read.. 
Minority caveat on secular votes
Representatives of Muslim organisations from across the state today ca...  | Read.. 
Governor's garden gates opened to all
It was a treat for the eyes when the colossal gates of Raj Bhavan were thr...  | Read.. 
Neglected by their own
Each time the peon at the district magistrate's office peeped out of the door ...  | Read.. 
 
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