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Urdu loses second language tag
The controversy over the second official language in the state appears headed to the law court even as human resource development minister Pradeep Yadav, today put an end to the ongoing suspense by declaring that Urdu is no longer the second offici...  | Read.. 
 
Chaotic start to nomination
Chaos and confusion took over the first day of nominations for the panchayat elections in the state with hardly any cand...  | Read.. 
 
Robert's win title
St Robert's School cagers ruled the roost by clinching the Jogga basketball title in both the boys' and girls' categorie...  | Read.. 
 
Children stage stellar show
The first day of the sixth Children's drama festival at Milanee Hall in Bistupur, started off, on an emotional note, as ...  | Read.. 
 
 
BJP battle shadow on top babu
Peeved at steel deal, finance minister seeks chief secretary's removal

The tug of war between two BJP legislators from Jamshedpur ' Raghubar Das and Saryu Rai ' might ultimately take its toll on ...  | Read.. 
 
A cager of Carmel Junior College tries to score a point against St Robert's School in the girls' category finals of Jogga basketball tournament at JRD Tata Sports Complex. Picture by Bhola Prasad
School clinches tourney
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Archers hit success
Archers from Jharkhand proved their mettle by bagging top slots in the men's and women...  | Read.. 
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Adieu, Father Jeff
One of the oldest schools in Bokaro Steel city will be without its princip...  | Read.. 
Harmony young
Come tomorrow, Harmony 2005, an inter-school talent contest promises t...  | Read.. 
UCIL miners on strike
Over 240 miners of Uranium Corporation of India (UCIL) have refused to...  | Read.. 
Mint-fresh notes, changed on road
Harbhajan Singh does not remember his age, but the turbaned Sikh remem...  | Read.. 
Sandwich parlour hungry for big bite
There's little light at the end of this Subway, at least for now....  | Read.. 
Capital faces realty boom, rush for flats
There was a time, not too long ago, when people here had the choice of...  | Read.. 
Foreign scholars at Xavier's
Research scholars from around the world are flocking to carry out research...  | Read.. 
Spirited women vs tough terrain
A 10-member women's team, led by ace climber Bachendri Pal, left Delhi...  | Read.. 
Twin blasts shatter year-long silence
After a lull of almost a year in the extremist-infested Ghatshila subd...  | Read.. 
Penalty plan for Tata land misuse
The East Singhbhum district administration has decided to come down ha...  | Read.. 
Rule of blackboard to keep eye on students
The college experience is set to change for students of two city colleges ...  | Read.. 
Barbers seek justice
The demand for justice has driven the barbers of Puri to the streets....  | Read.. 
World Bank pat for Naveen
Impressing World Bank mandarins is not an easy task. They loosen their...  | Read.. 
Nainital 'refuge' for Siwan MP
Siwan MP Mohammad Shahabuddin is understood to have sneaked out of Del...  | Read.. 
Posco back, now on BJP website
After keeping quiet for more than a month, the Orissa unit of the BJP ...  | Read.. 
 
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