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Space crunch in land of MoUs
Investors are making a beeline to the state, with a flurry of MoUs being signed. But the government faces a series of hurdles to acquire land for them to set up the industries....  | Read.. 
 
Pay-for-post sting tape erupts on DIG
Another senior IPS officer has been engulfed in a sting-tape controversy, barely two months after inspector-general of p...  | Read.. 
 
Cops unleash night terror on hotels
A spate of daylight crimes in the city might not have pushed the cops into action but they came into their own when it c...  | Read.. 
 
Fitness first for TFA
With the element of physical fitness in soccer increasing by several notches, the Tata Football Academy (TFA) has shifte...  | Read.. 
 
 
Manager on sticky wicket
Amitabh Choudhary in Zimbabwe without official leave

Amitabh Choudhary, director, Sports, is in Harare as manager of the Indian cricket team without official leave. And this see ...  | Read.. 
 
Space crunch in land of MoUs
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Apathy scripts death warrant for 8-yr-old
Ill-fate and an inordinate apathy and negligence of DVC officials toda...  | Read.. 
Undertrial dies of liver ailment
Post mortem report of the suspicious death of an undertrial prisoner S...  | Read.. 
Maidan on puja map, again
It is official now. Durga puja immersion processions would start from ...  | Read.. 
Institute shut by peeved students
The students of Government Polytechnic Institute, Adityapur, locked up...  | Read.. 
Foul play confirmed
Doubts of foul play that had arisen after the mysterious death of Jagl...  | Read.. 
Death fury spurs frenzy
A frenzied mob of BJP workers, supported by local people, today locked up ...  | Read.. 
Units to push for price revision
Owners of Adityapur-based sheet metal component manufacturing units ha...  | Read.. 
Wins and upsets at chess tourney
It was a day of ups and downs on the third day of Jamshedpur Old Girls and...  | Read.. 
Fund relief for retired players
There's some good news for the retired sportspersons of Jharkhand. ...  | Read.. 
Roses, smiles greet the ailing
Beautiful fresh roses accompanied by words of encouragement....  | Read.. 
International IT in B-school buzz
The Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI) campus is all set to be t...  | Read.. 
Catch pigs and dogs, get a thousand
Cows in Delhi, pigs and dogs in Patna....  | Read.. 
Bihar missing list swells
Even as police grope for clues in the Gaurav Kumar abduction and publi...  | Read.. 
Dengue death alert
After Bengal, it is Jharkhand....  | Read.. 
School chiefs asked to improve results
Government school principals were today asked to improve matriculation res...  | Read.. 
Summons cloud on Games
The loop prepared, allegedly to snare Amitabh Choudhary, the Team Indi...  | Read.. 
Celebrities swing to teen's moves
Alisha Singh is already a celebrity and she's only 13-years-old. One of the...  | Read.. 
Tribal students close hostel doors
Satish Tirkey is belligerent. 'There is no question of allowing non-tr...  | Read.. 
Poor tag on medical care
A series of inspections notwithstanding, the conditions at Rajendra In...  | Read.. 
Public wrath greets minister
Residents of Dhanbad will soon have a municipal corporation to look af...  | Read.. 
Soren left out of festival
Irked by the call of tribal leaders to 'socially boycott' the Kurmi le...  | Read.. 
DVC duo skips court date
The chairman and the general manager of Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC), ...  | Read.. 
 
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