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Trapped as death comes crashing
Fantush Ravidas, a loader with Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL), had left his home in Godhar for his workplace in Baseria colliery around 7.30 am. He wanted to take leave for the day to be with his wife who is recuperating from an operation. Ravida...  | Read.. 
 
Manners lesson for Mahto
Assembly Speaker Inder Singh Namdhari and Governor Syed Sibtey Razi today resorted to giving lessons on manners to Oppos...  | Read.. 
 
Trip to calm land nerves
A team of around 50 villagers of Asanboni, East Singhbhum, and its adjoining villages will leave for Naveen Jindal's pla...  | Read.. 
 
Touch of culture at fair
Lal Chowk Open Air Theatre at the Pragati Maidan teemed with people this evening as artistes from the state enthralled t...  | Read.. 
 
 
Job carrot in sprint for medal
Tata Steel offers employment to sports academy cadets who perform

Cadets of the Tata sports academies, who claim medals in international events and perform consistently over a period of tim ...  | Read.. 
 
A rescue team at the Baseria colliery. Picture by Gautam Dey
Trapped as death comes crashing
Hello, it's Wednesday, November 23, 2005
Quiz show
Meeting
Exhibition
Discourse
 
 
First Person
Bhupendra Kumar Chauhan
Dealer, Electronic goods
Home Theatre
They may be poles apart, but the couple shares a deep bond...  | Read.. 
 
Maoist bandh call cuts off Garhwa
The entire Garhwa district today remained virtually cut off from the r...  | Read.. 
Old course for second shot at success
Students who failed to cross the bar in this year's intermediate exami...  | Read.. 
Land protest gains ground
The senior BJP member and former parliamentarian from Jamshedpur, Suni...  | Read.. 
TFA learns to bend it
If things go according to plan, Tata Football Academy (TFA) cadets cou...  | Read.. 
DC salvo at Bengal Club
East Singhbhum deputy commissioner Nitin Madan Kulkarni today decided ...  | Read.. 
Dal paints town red with Lalu collapse
The city sprung into jubilation, particularly at BJP and JD(U) hubs, a...  | Read.. 
Meet to make learning fun
Principals and vice-principals of about 10 schools, affiliated to the ICS...  | Read.. 
Deccan bargain for take-off
With several national and international business players venturing on ...  | Read.. 
Students model to tackle issues
Budding scientists displayed models that could be used to solve water ...  | Read.. 
Floral bliss for nuptials
Following trends in Delhi and Mumbai, designer mandaps adorned ...  | Read.. 
Trade treaty trauma on nature
Imagine the following:...  | Read.. 
Home food at doorsteps
A few days ago, Sita Devi was troubled over arranging food for her son...  | Read.. 
Camp to integrate youths
A national integration camp has been organised here for youth of rural...  | Read.. 
Hockey panel to nurture talent
In a bid to spot rural talents, the Jharkhand Women's Hockey Association (...  | Read.. 
Maoists in death 'regret'
Days after the home guard armoury loot in Giridih and the Jehanabad ja...  | Read.. 
Truck mows down 9
At least nine persons were killed and 20 injured when a rice-laden lor...  | Read.. 
Orissa revenue goal
Orissa has pledged to bring down revenue deficit to zero by March 31, ...  | Read.. 
Blessings and hope for better Bihar
Bihar's future looks bright in the hands of Nitish Kumar, believe the fami...  | Read.. 
Daughter springs to defence
Her father is in jail and mother wanted....  | Read.. 
Bridging a gap in promises
Pangs of hunger fuelled by a crop failure, is one of the many reasons that ...  | Read.. 
Teeth in rebel combat
The Centre has agreed to provide the state additional para- military f...  | Read.. 
 
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