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Cong trains gun on Ekka's assets
The Congress under a new leader today fired its first salvo at the NDA government in the state, demanding an independent probe into the assets of rural development minister Anosh Ekka....  | Read.. 
 
Govt claims solution, Tatas mum
A one-to-one meeting between the chief minister and Tata Steel managing director B. Muthuraman, followed by another meet...  | Read.. 
 
Building caves in on trainees
A trainee of the Electric Loco Training Centre hostel sustained severe injuries while more than a hundred had a providential...  | Read.. 
 
Forgery blame on official
The one-man inquiry committee constituted by Ranchi University has found a non-teaching staff member of the city-based G...  | Read.. 
 
 
Hitting challenges for a six and more
Youth from Giridih in running to make squad for November World Cup for hearing impaired

He can't hear the sweet sound of the willow striking the leather, but that hasn't stopped Abhimanyu Narayan Deo from stretch ...  | Read.. 
 
A file picture of a model house built under the Indira Awaas Yojana at a cost ranging from Rs 20,000 to Rs 40,000
Cong trains gun on Ekka's assets
Hello, it's Tuesday, July 19, 2005
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Forgery blame on official
The one-man inquiry committee constituted by Ranchi University has fou...  | Read.. 
Theft probe uncovers fraud
Investigation into the audit report burglary case of Jamshedpur Women's Co...  | Read.. 
Mahto sticks to his guns
After disrupting the proceedings of the state cricket body's maiden an...  | Read.. 
Police seize stolen pistol
Acting on a tip-off, police raided a dharamsala in Jugsalai and arrest...  | Read.. 
Off the block in grit race
He is nursing an injury in his right shin but still longs to hit the track...  | Read.. 
Fear for land spurs protest
It's an 'uprising' that could embarrass the Jharkhand government, curr...  | Read.. 
Varsity on boil over wage protest
Campus activities remained disrupted in Sido Kanho Murmu University (S...  | Read.. 
Seminar defuses fear of ticking HIV bomb
Jharkhand has the lowest prevalence rate of HIV cases in the country. ...  | Read.. 
HC stays BSF shift
Jharkhand High Court clamped a stay in the transfer of the Border Secu...  | Read.. 
Hiccups before Rims review
The issues, which are likely to be taken up by the Jharkhand Assembly ...  | Read.. 
Abandoned hostel in focus, at last
Hostel no. three of Ranchi Women's College (RWC), whose former occupants h...  | Read.. 
Two more proposals in govt kitty
The state government today received two proposals worth Rs 2007 crore,...  | Read.. 
Colleges reel from crisis
For the past 15 years a number of colleges across the state have been ...  | Read.. 
CCL plans plantation
With an eye on the future, the Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) has de...  | Read.. 
State suffers power pangs
Most parts of the state were today forced to go without power after to...  | Read.. 
Top bowler plays safe
Kaushik Raj Singh loves to leave batsmen in a quandary. But as for him...  | Read.. 
Athletics camp kicks off
Top athletes, including Sunita Rani, arrived in the steel city for the...  | Read.. 
Saucy Salsa to spice up life
It's time to put on your dancing shoes and try out the exotic Salsa, w...  | Read.. 
On toes to tackle trouble
A dancer, a writer, an anthropologist and the director research in project ...  | Read.. 
Killer wife's lover arrested
The Prakash Sahu murder case took a dramatic turn today with the arres...  | Read.. 
 
Green & Wild More.. 
Rejig in jungle-save drive
Jharkhand at a Glance More.. 
SP warns cops & criminals
Bridge inaugurated
Three murders
Doctor 'attacked'
Man killed
Tennis tourney