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Bid to stall coal on the block
Chief minister Arjun Munda is paving the road in Delhi to stall the Centre's decision to e-auction coal blocks....  | Read.. 
 
Third rebel outfit blips on cop radar
A tripartite struggle among rebel forces is on the cards in Latehar, where, besides the Maoists and the Sangharsh Jan Mu...  | Read.. 
 
Land bar waiver proposal
The government has initiated steps to remove the upper ceiling on land possession by private owners....  | Read.. 
 
Dadel stuck in Malaysia
Managing director of Adityapur Industrial Area Development Authority (Aiada) Vandana Dadel is stranded in Kuala Lumpur a...  | Read.. 
 
 
Booty bonus fuels green dreams
Focus on generation of renewable energy in government's effort to reap monetary benefits of Kyoto Protocol

Jharkhand is set to go green for a clean and rich future. ...  | Read.. 
 
While the name of Birsa Munda inspires people all over the state and country, in Lutheran Mission school, where he once studied, it remains uncelebrated and forgotten. A Telegraph picture
Birsa unsung in own school
Hello, it's Monday, December 12, 2005
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Passion and Pastime
With his grey beard, white kurta-pyjama and characteristic jhola, Meghnath looks every bit a ...  | Read.. 
 
Birsa unsung in own school
While children all over the country are familiar with the role Birsa M...  | Read.. 
Posers on tribal growth, lifestyle
Over 30 renowned scholars from various disciplines participated in a two-d...  | Read.. 
Bihar health check
Two years is what it will take the government to drastically improve the s...  | Read.. 
CM search for plum post pill
With Nitish Kumar becoming chief minister, Janata Dal (United) leaders...  | Read.. 
Advani words for Oram
BJP president Lal Krishna Advani is understood to have cautioned state...  | Read.. 
Notice at absconder house
After being declared an absconder by a Jamui court, police have pasted a p...  | Read.. 
Ramayana heat on principal
A school in 'Raman raj' finds itself in the line of fire for staging a...  | Read.. 
Forest days to Delhi date
On March 6, Minati Gagrai, a tribal girl from a remote village in Keon...  | Read.. 
Dramatic yet futile check
Where else in the world does one come across 'surprise checks' It appears ...  | Read.. 
One-stop speciality centre for HIV aid
Tata Steel will set up the first diagnostic centre for HIV/AIDS in the...  | Read.. 
Tata shuttler meet ends
J.B.S. Vidyadhar and B.R. Meenakshi claimed the men's and women's sing...  | Read.. 
HIV focus at youth camp
More than 200 youths, in the 15 to 25 age group, from various parts of the...  | Read.. 
Family car collides with train
Four members of a family were injured, one of them severely, when a tr...  | Read.. 
Students' brush with theatre
Moving away from DJ Nights and quiz contests, city-based Dakshina Bhar...  | Read.. 
IIT-German link on research
After the management boom, the focus has now shifted to research....  | Read.. 
Baby show and run, all to create awareness
A 'healthy baby show' was organised on December 10 at Dipatoli Cantonment. ...  | Read.. 
Ace awaits sponsor for shuttler school
Ace player Pullela Gopichand's dream of a badminton academy in Hyderab...  | Read.. 
Low-cost designer watches in vogue
'Time changes fast and does not wait for anyone.' So goes the adage. B...  | Read.. 
Healthy services and vision with 'care'
Professional social work has certainly emerged as a challenging professi...  | Read.. 
Green space in place of old prison
Ranchi residents can hope for some breathing space in the the city wit...  | Read.. 
From market to posh plaza
Ranchiites will soon get a six-storied shopping centre on the present ...  | Read.. 
 
Jharkhand at a Glance More.. 
Polygraph in Mahendra case
Community meeting
Criminal arrested
Scholarships
Cold death
BDO misconduct