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Please-all posts face legal axe
The Himachal Pradesh High Court order scrapping the appointment of all the 12 parliamentary secretaries appointed by the state's chief minister, Vir Bhadra, Singh has raised questions about the legal sanctity of the posts in Jharkhand. ...  | Read.. 
 
Lease deal live on television
The steel city's residents can watch live the lease agreement that would be signed tomorrow between the state government...  | Read.. 
 
Top cop in Hayat tough talk
The government will soon initiate steps for the repatriation of former Palamau deputy inspector-general of police Pervez...  | Read.. 
 
Dribble dreams turn true for slum talents
Suraj Kumar's mother works as a daily wage worker. His family tries hard to make ends meet. Suraj cannot even afford to go to...  | Read.. 
 
 
Jobs galore, but students not pleased
Indian School of Mines placement cell accused of core sector bias in ongoing recruitment drive

Jobs are flowing in thick and fast at Indian School of Mines (ISM) amid mounting resentment over the companies allowed to pi ...  | Read.. 
 
Sudhir: Knives out
Himachal court bar on
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Fun at inter-school fiesta
Create an advertisement, make music with your utensils, present a serious thought through rags ...  | Read.. 
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Surprise win at shuttler tourney
In the only upset of the day, top seed Sikha Singh of Hazaribagh was d...  | Read.. 
Another failed welfare idea
Mukhyamantri Kanyadan Yojana (MKY), a brainchild of the chief minister...  | Read.. 
Terror returns to valley
Armed criminals struck at Aamjharia Valley under Chandwa police statio...  | Read.. 
 
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School principal sacked
Racket bust
Rakhi gift
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