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Tourist cons college, cools heels
The Ranchi Government Railway Police (GRP) today arrested a tourist ' a foreign national ' who duped St Albert's College management of Rs 25,000, posing as different Jesuit priests. ...  | Read.. 
Night loot leaves cops puzzled
In a dacoity that left police puzzled, goods and cash worth over Rs 10 lakh were looted from the house of former Bharat ...  | Read.. 
KPS hits bull's eye, retains title
The archers of Kerala Public School (KPS) hit the bull's eye to retain the fourth Inter-School Archery Championship held...  | Read.. 
Tribal pilots fail airline test
The two pilots, who had trained under the state's scheme for tribals, have failed to clear their first interview after obtai...  | Read.. 
New courses on XLRI platter
Subjects to help students develop an analytical approach along with global perspective

As students of Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI) gear up for the new semester, they will be spoilt for choices this y ...  | Read.. 
The Malayalee community celebrates Onam, their biggest festival, with traditional vigour and enthusiasm. As many as 18 recipes and colourful rangoli, ...  | Read
Hello, it's Monday, September 19, 2005
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Marandi under fire
Former minister and Chattarpur legislator Radha Krishna Kishore said former chief minister Babulal ...  | Read.. 
Rebel posters evoke fear
CPI-Maoists succeeded in instilling fear in the masses, yet again, as ...  | Read.. 
Teacher plans to enter Bollywood fight club
Anil Bansfore, a resident of Premchand Nagar in Dhanbad who runs the A...  | Read.. 
Govt grades high on minority matters
Bokaro, Sept. 18. Chairman of the Prime Minister's ...  | Read.. 
Long wait for trade deals
The state land revenue department today declared that entrepreneurs planni...  | Read.. 
Naveen Jindal hints at power, steel deal
The managing director of New Delhi-based Jindal Power and Steel Limite...  | Read.. 
Rebel training hub in cop dragnet
West Singhbhum district police and jawans of Central Reserve Police Force ...  | Read.. 
Clean-up onus on NGOs, residents play spoilsport
The district administration has allocated another 750 households in Bh...  | Read.. 
Ground of conflict pops up again
A congregation of Durga puja immersion processions might throng at Bar...  | Read.. 
Boy ends life & dream on tracks
A pall of gloom descended over the Loco Colony following the tragic de...  | Read.. 
Court rejects bail plea by staff
The court of second additional district on Saturday rejected the bail ...  | Read.. 
Paswan inches closer to CPI
Making full use of the Congress's reluctance to act tough against him,...  | Read.. 
Red call for poll boycott
The Communist Party of India (Maoist), formed by the merger of the Peo...  | Read.. 
Unrest over jail transfer
Inmates of Cuttack Circle Jail at Choudwar went on a hungerstrike yest...  | Read.. 
Loan woes for hill tribals
They never got the money the government had sanctioned for their uplift. Y...  | Read.. 
Orissa on high flood alert
Orissa seems to be bracing for another round of floods after heavy rai...  | Read.. 
Fame comes after 32 hours
A Shakespearean character had said if music be the food of life, play...  | Read.. 
Service fee on coal for SSI units
There seems to be little respite for small-scale industrial units, as ...  | Read.. 
Showcause slap on RIMS
It will take a while before the shortcomings in Rajendra Institute of Medi...  | Read.. 
Ray of hope for HC judges
Ever since the former Chief Justice of Jharkhand High Court, Altamas K...  | Read.. 
Die-hard crusader cries for diligence
Calling a spade a spade comes very easy to Upendra Nath Das, the legisla...  | Read.. 
The lady and high court
The story that I remember is The Lady and The Tiger. The unfortunate...  | Read.. 
Focus on tribals' decline
This is the fifth part of the high court ruling delivered by then Chief ...  | Read.. 
Jharkhand at a Glance More.. 
Youth issues out of media glare
Maths contest
Jobless dharna
Killing protest
Two injured