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Relief casualty on disaster tracks
Local people did what railway officials ought to have as passengers cried for help from the mangled bogies of the train that was hit by a goods train yesterday afternoon. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tragedy over meal
Block development officer (BDO) of Topchanchi Mahavir Prasad Singh doesn't know that 25-year-old Umesh Singh and his 22-...  | Read.. 
 
Placement success at XLRI
The Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI) Summer Internship Process (SIP) drew to a close today with the first year stude...  | Read.. 
 
Middle class brokers prey
Officials from the passport department claim that unscrupulous brokers associated with local travel agencies are more li...  | Read.. 
 
 
Confession in fodder scam
In a surprise development, fodder supplier and owner of RK Bhagat & Co, P.K. Jayaswal, today pleaded guilty before t...  | Read.. 
 
Even 24 hours after the accident, the mangled bogies of the Gomoh-Chaupan Passenger and the derailed coal-laden wagons have not been removed from the tracks at Barwadih. Picture by Prashant Mitra
Relief casualty on disaster tracks
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Class Act
Praful Chandra Narbheram Kamani started this school with only five students in 1986. Today, 19 years...  | Read.. 
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Acclaimed filmmaker in oblivion
Shooting videos for weddings is one of the methods used by this intern...  | Read.. 
VAT invites traders' ire
The Federation of Jharkhand Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FJCCI), ...  | Read.. 
Now, you will get blurbs through post
First it was the medical representatives, then came the marketing executiv...  | Read.. 
Pedaling towards a national berth
Some months ago, parents of 17-year-old cyclist Lakhan Hansda mortgaged th...  | Read.. 
Panel to keep tab on smut show on cable
The state information and public relations department has decided to f...  | Read.. 
Flower farm to bloom in state
Very soon, the people of Jharkhand will be spared the pains of turning...  | Read.. 
Army war cry against AIDS
Concerned over an increasing number of AIDS patients in the army, the ...  | Read.. 
Claim woes for kin
The kins of the victims of the Barwadih train tragedy face a tough tim...  | Read.. 
Protest against VAT
The Federation of Jharkhand Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FJCCI) in th...  | Read.. 
Surgical marvel at Apollo
A city-based businessman was discharged from Ranchi's Apollo Hospital ...  | Read.. 
Blitzkrieg buzz beats opening day blues
The buzz and din returned to the Morabadi campus of Ranchi University...  | Read.. 
Collision spins horror tales
For 68-year-old Sugni Devi, a righteous lady, Chhat will never be the same...  | Read.. 
Payment denial triggers brawl
A row erupted over handing over the body of an accident victim at the ...  | Read.. 
For Ranji, two from outside
In what may be seen as a significant move the Jharkhand State Cricket Asso...  | Read.. 
BJP roots for MoUs
Alarmed over the protests against the MoUs signed between the state go...  | Read.. 
Police nab 7 with arms
Chatra police today arrested seven persons and seized as many pistols ...  | Read.. 
 
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