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Martyr's end for braveheart
In the ultimate analysis it was too good to last: Khoka Saheb, as slain assistant commandant Jeevan Kumar Sinha (34) was popularly known, had made too many enemies in his small operational zone infested with criminals. ...  | Read.. 
Red threat stalls tiger count
State wildlife officials today completely discounted the missing tiger population at Ranthambore as 'a mere panic situation'...  | Read.. 
Hosts impress in inaugural tourney
Jharkhand had a big day in the ongoing Tata Steel All-India Tennis Association (AITA) Tennis Championship as its players put...  | Read.. 
Jumbo research gets hi-tech push
There is good news for wildlife conservation in the steel city....  | Read.. 
Portrait of a scholar as a peon
Research student gives up fellowship for regular payments

Standing in the corridor in a blue bush shirt and a bag slung over his shoulder, Sushil Tuddu looked like any other earnest ...  | Read.. 
Chief minister Arjun Munda pays his respects to slain BSF official Jeevan Sinha in Ranchi. Picture by Prashant Mitra nSee R1
Martyr's end for braveheart
Hello, it's Tuesday, April 19, 2005
Governor visit
First Person
Sanath Mitra
stage Personality
  Tall promises but little action
  State row over chimney
North origin of lone polio case
The origin of state's lone case of polio-afflicted children detected from ...  | Read.. 
Schemes to add names
The East Singhbhum deputy commissioner has announced inclusion of more ben...  | Read.. 
'Witnesses' recall horror crime
The modus operandi of the killers who gunned down transporter Kulraj Singh...  | Read.. 
Efforts to upgrade quality
Industrialists of Singhbhum-Kolhan region can look forward to manufacture ...  | Read.. 
Coconut lunge ends in death
Budhi Mahto, a six-year-old child, only wanted to collect a few coconuts f...  | Read.. 
Site marked for Daewoo trucks
Tata Motors has finalised the site on the company premises where they woul...  | Read.. 
Foreign hope for students
Officials of Ranchi University will meet a delegation from the British...  | Read.. 
Wheels jammed by fuel strike
It was a tough day for many who had overlooked the strike called by Jharkh...  | Read.. 
Flood of pride in salute
A soldier never quits till he is dead ' a thought that crossed many mi...  | Read.. 
Defiance greets CM quit whip
Chief minister Arjun Munda might have plans to get resignation letters fro...  | Read.. 
Dhoni ducks media glare
Indian cricket's latest pin-up boy and home lad Mahendra Singh Dhoni f...  | Read.. 
Great expectations from state
Senior academic adviser of Manipal University of Learning, Janardhan Jha, w...  | Read.. 
The decline and 'irony' of akharas
Where do they come from ' Thousands of frenzied men who pour into the str...  | Read.. 
Season of mirth and festivity
It is the day after that Hazaribagh and Jamshedpur observe 'Ramnavami'...  | Read.. 
Minor girl raped by neighbour
An FIR was lodged against 20-year-old Navlesh Kumar Sharma for alleged...  | Read.. 
Sherbet and fruits greet devotees
Gram and garlands, sherbet and dry fruits, edible water and cold drink...  | Read.. 
Expert hands to groom budding talent
Sports facilities, along with related infrastructure in the state, wou...  | Read.. 
Mahto faces tough days
State Janata Dal (United) chief Jaleshwar Mahto faces tough challenges...  | Read.. 
Stephen dumps front on backburner
Rebel Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) leader and Dumka legislator Stephen...  | Read.. 
United drive for social rights
Various social organisations of the state have come on a common platfo...  | Read.. 
Bokaro link to kidnap
A police team rushed to Bokaro today to interrogate the last person Aj...  | Read.. 
Boon for childless couples
Jaya Bhattacharya needs no introduction. The first doctor to deliver a test...  | Read.. 
Green & Wild More.. 
Tourist haven falls to rebels
Jharkhand at a Glance More.. 
No end to lifers' hunger strike
Steel plant bounty
Preacher visit
Sports camp
Burn injury
Vehicle stolen