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Industry takes quiet flight out
The government is too dazzled and too busy 'embracing big business' to see or care about the steady exodus of small industry to neighbouring West Bengal....  | Read.. 
 
Minister sees plot in rebel slur
It is not quite a state secret that several politicians in the state receive assistance to win elections, from so-called...  | Read.. 
 
Heads roll at dry CM house
It's getting hot in here and water is even hotter property ' good enough to get people suspended from service....  | Read.. 
 
Creativity with science
Tabassum, a student of Class IX of Ursuline Convent Girls' High School, prepared a model to show the ill-effects of ind...  | Read.. 
 
 
Held hostage by rogue Romeos
Not only streets after sundown, but the capital's campuses have also become unsafe for women

'We were chatting on the college ground in the science block when a group of boys rode in on their bikes. For five minute ...  | Read.. 
 
A student of Kendriya Vidyalaya offers water to her classmate during the annual day celebrations. Picture by Hardeep Singh
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 You share your birthday with...
Independently efficient, you plan things to the minutest detail. For you, time is money. You re ...Read.. 
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'Witness' faces cop torture
A government witness and his family members were roughed up by the police ...  | Read.. 
Boy burnt to death, 3 injured
A seven-year-old child was charred to death as his parents were busy salva...  | Read.. 
Healing touch of ancient therapy
Tirthankar Mishra, a businessman, had been suffering from pain on his righ...  | Read.. 
Colleges on progress road
The constituent and affiliated colleges under three universities ' Ranchi,...  | Read.. 
Green whip on belching plants
The Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) is getting stricter wi...  | Read.. 
MGM menu goes tasty way
The Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hospital's canteen is being given a facelift a...  | Read.. 
Push to early rural poll
The inaugural session of the two-day eastern states' collectors' conferenc...  | Read.. 
Flag flutters, unnoticed
A Sarna flag has emerged on a plot of land owned by the Heavy Engineer...  | Read.. 
Mischief in the air
With the sun playing hide and seek with the city, the Patna meteorolog...  | Read.. 
In dark over home notice
The government has decided to act tough on 'squatters', but the forme...  | Read.. 
State to fix kerosene sales cut
Jharkhand High Court today ruled that the state government could fix the c...  | Read.. 
Opportunities galore for students
Students today made a beeline for Capitol Hill to see what's on offer at C...  | Read.. 
Eye on future, stress on low-cost gadgets
The two-day conference on emerging trends in biomedical instrumentatio...  | Read.. 
Debate on globalisation
Think local but act global since the world is becoming a globalised villag...  | Read.. 
Sacred Heart tops bio-quiz
Did you know that hippopotamus is the only animal that secretes red-co...  | Read.. 
MP to help students shape up at varsity
Here's some opportunity for students of Ranchi University to flex their mu...  | Read.. 
Banned: girls next to driver
For some, a woman in the driver's seat is sacrilege enough. But someti...  | Read.. 
 
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