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Roadblocks on tourism roadmap
The Jharkhand stall at the Tourism & Travel Fair, 2005 here ' displayed little imagination or verve and drew few enquiries and fewer bookings....  | Read.. 
 
HC quota bar triggers special status debate
Upset at the high court ruling against 'cent per cent' reservation in scheduled areas, experts today wondered if the spe...  | Read.. 
 
Murder, just for Rs 10000
Fear of a tarnished image forced him to kill his uncle and aunt, confessed Ranjit Singh alias Sonu. ...  | Read.. 
 
Trade fair spotlight on Chinese goods
Various Chinese products will be the cynosure for many at the forthcoming eight-day Mega Trade Fair, slated to take plac...  | Read.. 
 
 
Maharaja beckons high-fliers
Two pilots trained under govt scheme for tribals clear Air-India exams

Two Jharkhand tribal pilots have secured the 23rd and 24th rank in the written exams conducted by Air-India while four other ...  | Read.. 
 
Teachers and students watch a programme during the TeachersÂ’ Day function at Sacred Heart Convent School. Picture by Bhola Prasad
Hello, it's Tuesday, September 06, 2005
Health camp
Celebration
Meeting
Function
 
 
First Person
Kiran chawla
President, adarsh seva sansthan
Letters
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  Mobile menace
  Strike strikes again
 
Top UK auto firms eye state
Some of world's renowned names in automotive design and engine manufac...  | Read.. 
Bail relief for seven-yr-old 'liquor seller'
Having failed to nab the owner of an illicit liquor den, police today arre...  | Read.. 
Laloo's vision, Europe's fancy
What Laloo Prasad Yadav thinks today might well be an inspiration for some ...  | Read.. 
Gratitude & love in oodles
It was perhaps the best present the students of Loyola School could ha...  | Read.. 
Mother in jail, kids in tow
In Mahabharata, Kunti accompanied her five sons, the Pandavas, to fore...  | Read.. 
Team on Incab asset trail
A three-member team from Techman Consultants, Calcutta, visited the In...  | Read.. 
Teachers' woes on their day
Last night, the country's second President, Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, ...  | Read.. 
Coal ad leaves units unhappy
Small-scale coal consumers in the state have come up strongly against ...  | Read.. 
Girl drugged, gangraped
A 15-year-old girl was abducted and gangraped by five to six youths on Sun...  | Read.. 
Tata Steel plans expansion
Tata Steel has planned its expansion in two phases. ...  | Read.. 
Shop for mail at your neighbourhood grocer
The news of the postal department reaching out to people to collect te...  | Read.. 
Soren relief in hostile witnesses
After one-and-a-half years of separate trials in the 1974 Pirtand doub...  | Read.. 
School cricket boost
In what promises to be a new fillip to school cricket in the state, Jh...  | Read.. 
ONGC on a 23-crore methane mission
The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is working on a prospect to tra...  | Read.. 
Long wait for combat collar
Lives continue to be lost and paddy fields destroyed. All because the ...  | Read.. 
Kings & queens of mind game
Rohan Vijay Shandilya of East Singhbhum and Rama Kumari of Chakrdharpu...  | Read.. 
Sound of classical music
As a child she was more into music than studies. And now too, music is the ...  | Read.. 
MLA to lose vote power
Rajendra Yadav, Rashtriya Janata Dal MLA in the dissolved Bihar Assemb...  | Read.. 
6 months before big bang
The groundwork for Saturday evening's Maoist attack in Dantewada distr...  | Read.. 
Ordinance for ban on red outfit
The government today decided to promulgate an ordinance to impose a ban on...  | Read.. 
NDA stings Buta with poll 'plea'
The National Democratic Alliance today 'appealed' to Governor Buta Si...  | Read.. 
Home secy shift appeal
The Buta Singh administration has sought the Election Commission's per...  | Read.. 
Private hand for city lights
After outsourcing its sanitation work, Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporati...  | Read.. 
Tale of library lost in time
Eighteen years ago there was a dream followed by a step in the right d...  | Read.. 
PCOs boom with mobiles
Notwithstanding the boom in the cellular phone sector, the number of PCOs ...  | Read.. 
Fame abroad, a slice of history too
Success is nothing new for Rajiv Ranjan Yadav, a silver medallist from...  | Read.. 
Outsourced, streetlight hope at night
The job of maintaining streetlights in the capital has been outsourced...  | Read.. 
 
Green & Wild More.. 
The rightful claim
Jharkhand at a Glance More.. 
Medical college suspends two
Beaten to death
Teachers' Day
Mazdoor protests
Eve-teaser alert
Baby abandoned