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Farm sops from CM in trouble
Twenty-two farmers, one from each district, would be sent to Israel for training to improve their agricultural skill. ...  | Read.. 
 
Move for Natarajan sack
A proposal has been made to dismiss the suspended inspector-general of police P.S. Natarajan, but the question doing the...  | Read.. 
 
Lafarge venture with LIG houses
Cement major Lafarge India Private Limited has decided to construct 110 houses for lower income groups (LIG) here, in a move...  | Read.. 
 
'Sportiest' DJ to jostle for top slot in London
Vinayak Upadhya was adjudged the sportiest DJ at the War of the DJs competition in Mumbai on Friday, reported our corres...  | Read.. 
 
 
Ghazal therapy for gruff cops
Soft music in police stations will allow officers to de-stress

It is used by doctors to get through the strenuous hours of surgery, by corporate houses to beat nerve-wracking tension, by ...  | Read.. 
 
Children sell national flags near Albert Ekka Chowk in Ranchi on the eve of Independence Day. Picture by Hardeep Singh
Hello, it's Monday, August 15, 2005
Flag hoisting
Peace rally
River rafting
 
 
First Person
Kumar Dinesh Deo
Violinist, Hindustani Classical
Passion and Pastime
Vinod Mani Diwakar is a 1974 pass-out of the Indian Police Service. This December he will be visitin...  | Read.. 
 
Tata Steel seals bonus deal
Tata Steel signed the annual bonus agreement for the year 2004-05 toda...  | Read.. 
Residents answer to clean-up call
Sunday mornings could not have been more different for a handful of pe...  | Read.. 
Govt stutters on lease date hurdle
The state government has failed to keep its promise of renewing Tata S...  | Read.. 
Sikhs in protest over riot report
Over 500 Sikhs, including women and children, took to the streets in a...  | Read.. 
Activity boost for the deaf
After an indifference of more than five years, the Singhbhum District ...  | Read.. 
Political overture in gun war
Last Friday's gun-battle between supporters of former BJP district pre...  | Read.. 
Festive mood on I-Day eve
The steel city bathed in waves of patriotism as school children, along wit...  | Read.. 
Asian meet team manager chosen
Jharkhand Athletic Association president Madhu Kant Pathak has been no...  | Read.. 
National Song or Anthem, netas confused
Ask a child to sing the National Song and be guaranteed he will do it. The...  | Read.. 
Hospital sops for poor
There is good news for Jharkhand's below poverty line (BPL) patients i...  | Read.. 
A bond with Indian life
He considers himself firstly as a teacher and then puts his other achiev...  | Read.. 
Govt wakes up in need of database
For the first time since the creation of Jharkhand, the government has...  | Read.. 
Violation slur on coal officers
Parliament's Standing Committee accused senior coal officials of shady...  | Read.. 
Rebel threat keeps cops on high alert
Police have sounded an alert, especially in the Naxalite-infested area...  | Read.. 
Sting in the tale
The stink raised by the sting operation targeted at the Ranchi IG refuses ...  | Read.. 
 
Jharkhand at a Glance More.. 
Cops on toes in rebel-hit pockets
School board polls
Man arrested
Health drive
Yoga meet
Peace rally