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Budget trips on berth balance
The government will not immediately present a regular budget for the next financial year but will instead go for a vote-on-account as chief minister Arjun Munda is 'too preoccupied' with the expansion of his cabinet and allotment of portfolios....  | Read.. 
 
Rebel priest in no mood to repent
He does not want to rejoin the church, at least for now....  | Read.. 
 
Players prove their mettle
Ravi Sharma of Beldih Club bagged the best golfer of the year in the 54th edition of the Steel City Golf Tournament. ...  | Read.. 
 
Treat for theatre lovers
A two-day drama festival organised by the Bengal Club concluded with the staging of Dushman No-1, a Bengali play....  | Read.. 
 
 
Cabinet cruise on Delhi funds
Maruti Balenos for ministers on police modernisation money

Chief secretary P.P. Sharma wants to be quoted that government has no plans to buy a Mercedes Benz or Mitsubishi Lancers for ...  | Read.. 
 
A girl takes a look at the prize-winning flowers at the annual summer rose show at Ranchi Club. Picture by Prashant Mitra
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Passion and Pastime
It was the love for machines and his inability to speak fluent English that drove Kartik K. Mandal ...  | Read.. 
 
Mission over, train chugs to a halt
Tata Steels' 7th Lifeline Express Project, which started at Jajpur Road ra...  | Read.. 
Vendors in stamp scam
A report submitted to the state Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) by t...  | Read.. 
Security review for mega match
The steel city is leaving no stones unturned to ensure a smooth third One-...  | Read.. 
Minibus staff stall services
The city Minibus Owners' Association has demanded that the East Singhbhum ...  | Read.. 
Winner behind the lens
For many who did not know how the world looked through the lens of photogra...  | Read.. 
Cops close in on Khunti killer
A henchman of Jaiprakash Kashyap, who paid gangsters to raid Khunti bu...  | Read.. 
JP memory opens old wounds
The unseemly drama over government formation shows how far the state has c...  | Read.. 
Hands craft dreams of hope
In an attempt to encourage the physically-challenged children to showcase ...  | Read.. 
Data boost to development
Director of Jharkhand Space Application Centre (JSAC) A.P. Subudhi has t...  | Read.. 
Dogs walk down the ramp
Your German Shepherd could be the next winner of the 'Best Skin' awar...  | Read.. 
Inter exam dates recast
The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) has decided to revise the dates of t...  | Read.. 
Cash loot from station
Around 10 unidentified criminals looted nearly Rs 40,000 last night from t...  | Read.. 
A fool on every branch
Governments never seem to learn from mistakes. Take the announcement that a...  | Read.. 
 
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