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Police in turmoil over HIV test
Howls of protest have greeted state police chief Vishnu Dayal Ram's decision to get his men ' and women ' tested for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. ...  | Read.. 
Raj Bhavan wall for fire orphans
For three hours, they demonstrated today outside Raj Bhavan, bringing traffic to a standstill. ...  | Read.. 
Jobless for year, father poisons kids
An unemployed father poisoned himself and his four children this morning, after suffering from a financial crisis over t...  | Read.. 
Dumping ground all around
The waste disposal system at the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) has failed to clear the mounds of garbage...  | Read.. 
Too many ministers turn coal future cloudy
Energy sector suffers from frequent policy changes in the past 10 years

It's a case of too many cooks spoiling the broth or rather the future of the main energy sector of the country ' coal. ...  | Read.. 
Women at a function to mark the World Indigenous Day celebrations in Ranchi. Picture by Ashok Karan
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Home Theatre
It is a bittersweet moment for parents when their children leave home...  | Read.. 
Bengal JMM raises 'greater' state cry
The West Bengal unit of the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) stunned the p...  | Read.. 
Admission poser on results
The non-publication of Ranchi University's B.Com results mean that th...  | Read.. 
Thrashed for hike demand
A group of contract workers engaged in cleansing work at the Tata Moto...  | Read.. 
Tata help for rain victims
Tata Motors has announced a comprehensive repair and relief support,...  | Read.. 
Firm offers plant & care
The Goa-based V.S. Dempo & Company (VSD) intends to establish a hi...  | Read.. 
Show moves ahead with licence nod
Movie buffs in the city can heave a sigh of relief....  | Read.. 
Higher education for every rural pocket
In an effort to reach higher education to each of the 212 blocks of th...  | Read.. 
Sadans to oppose panchayat polls
Although the high court has fixed the deadline of the panchayat polls ...  | Read.. 
Summit summon for judges
The Jharkhand State Legal Services Authority (JHALSA), will host the f...  | Read.. 
HC asks union to move labour court
Jharkhand High Court today disposed of the matter pertaining to the di...  | Read.. 
Sports bodies in power war
With National Games preparations having gathered momentum, members in diff...  | Read.. 
Health tops ILO pledge list in state
Chief minister Arjun Munda has ultimately succeeded in convincing the ...  | Read.. 
Banner danger for road travellers
Case 1: A boy on a bicycle is riding down Kutchery Road and tries t...  | Read.. 
Patriotic fervour sets in
With Independence Day round the corner, Tata Steel is celebrating the week...  | Read.. 
Cycling gets an extra pedal
If things go according to the plans of the Jharkhand Cycling Association (...  | Read.. 
Stalkers' new weapon: SMS
Stalking today has changed form and style. And it has found a dangerous new...  | Read.. 
Woman kills husband
A 35-year-old woman, Lelavati Devi, fed up with the constant torture from ...  | Read.. 
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Bokaro school head gives in
Docs' wages withheld
Scooter accident
Railway theft
Protest march
Adivasi meet