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Angry IOA announces bill war
The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) today declared war on the states that have passed sports bills, which it feels can be used as a weapon by the governments to interfere with the state Olympic associations. ...  | Read.. 
 
Two dead after fight in family
A three-year-old was killed by his drunken uncle, who was subsequently murdered himself last Thursday after a family-fig...  | Read.. 
 
Home talent in kabaddi team
Surprising as it may sound but it took five years for a player from the state to secure a place in the national kabaddi ...  | Read.. 
 
Visitors back with hope
Naveen Jindal should be happy. His plan of assuring the jittery villagers of Asanboni that they would not get a raw deal...  | Read.. 
 
 
Bridge for rebel-hit villages
Naxalite-hit Jawalkanta, Shyamsundarpur and neighbouring villages will soon get its long-pending bridge over the Suberna...  | Read.. 
 
Schoolchildren at a science exhibition, organised by the Swastik Group, at Town Hall in Ranchi. Picture by Ashok Karan
 
 
Telecom sops for users
The Ranchi Telecom Circle today claimed to be one of the very few circles in the country to hav...  | Read.. 
B-school talk on graft and biz ethics
Corruption and how to deal with it in the fast-changing corporate world was what the students a...  | Read.. 
 
Cards to count RIMS visitors
Following alleged molestation of a patient by 'outsiders' at the Rajendra...  | Read..