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Lid blown off power nexus
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has found enough evidence of a nexus between officials of the state electricity board and defaulters....  | Read.. 
 
Innocents die in rebel hunt for cop aide
Even before the state could get over the shock of the revenge wreaked by Naxalites near Kuru this week, the rebels struc...  | Read.. 
 
Designers await national stage
After Ranchi's Atashi Dutta and Shabnam Parween, the hopefuls from Jamshedpur's International Institute of Fashion Techn...  | Read.. 
 
NCP worry for Kamlesh
The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has trained its guns on drinking water and sanitation minister Kamlesh Singh even a...  | Read.. 
 
 
Result-shocked students look east and west
Fearing admission difficulties in Delhi, ISC passouts scout for options in Calcutta and Maharashtra colleges

Upset with unexpectedly low scores in the ICSE (Class X) and ISC (Class XII) results, students find themselves at the crossr ...  | Read.. 
 
Rain clouds hover over the statue of Albert Ekka in Ranchi. A sharp evening shower brought much-needed relief after days under the scorching sun. Pic ...  | Read
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DCs date with Prime Minister
East Singhbhum deputy commissioner Nitin Madan Kulkarni along with over 20...  | Read.. 
Figure fudge in tubewell repair
The Jamshedpur division of drinking water and sanitation department (DWSD)...  | Read.. 
Shower relief after dry spell
The soaring temperature over the past week dipped thanks to the Nor'wester...  | Read.. 
Hamlet add in food cover
The World Food Programme will now be extended to more forest-adjoining...  | Read.. 
Ajay fears more abductions
Everything was the same at industrialist Ajay Singh's house but for the ab...  | Read.. 
Snag hits power in Singhbhum
Power supply in Singhbhum region has been severely affected since last nig...  | Read.. 
Judo cloud on JOA polls
Controversy continues to haunt the Jharkhand Olympic Association (JOA)...  | Read.. 
Learn to fly high at Palamau school
There is good news for all adventure sports enthusiasts across the state....  | Read.. 
Missing wheat under CBI scan
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has begun its probe into the...  | Read.. 
HEC boss in water charge
Public sector chief executives are normally circumspect while speaking abo...  | Read.. 
Power strike called off, with rider
The All-India Electrical Engineers' Federation (AIEEF) today called of...  | Read.. 
French course finds space in varsity
After offering a bunch of vocational courses, Ranchi University has propos...  | Read.. 
Medal won, not Games entry
The state bagged two bronze medals at the Junior National Wushu Champi...  | Read.. 
Varsity on run
Ranchi University today asked the principals and the departmental head...  | Read.. 
Council office at Dumka
The state government has decided to establish an extension office of t...  | Read.. 
Patratu plant gasps for revival
After the visit of the NTPC (National Thermal Power Corporation) deleg...  | Read.. 
Result relief in coal capital
The pass percentage for ICSE-affiliated schools remained more than 90 ...  | Read.. 
Green signal for e-auction
Electronic auction of coal is gathering momentum, despite stiff opposi...  | Read.. 
Blaze engulfs godowns
Tragedy struck the traders of Krishi Utpad Bazar Samiti in Pursudih to...  | Read.. 
Birth of twins in district split
The number of districts in Jharkhand went up to 24 today with Ramgarh ...  | Read.. 
 
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Soren case hearing
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