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Since 1st March, 1999
Funds rush to host Ramdev
A staggering 20,000 people have paid over Rs 2 crore for the privilege of seeing Baba Ramdev in action here later this month. But still the hosts, the district administration, are spending sleepless nights and scrounging around for money....  | Read.. 
Exam breather till Class VIII
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to do away with terminal examinations till Class VIII. ...  | Read.. 
Pay up, or else...
Former chief minister Babulal Marandi faces trouble at home with his younger brother drawn into an extortion case....  | Read.. 
Power push pays off for industrialists
It seems that the agitation of the industrialists of Adityapur Industrial Area against the Jharkhand State Electricity Board...  | Read.. 
Letter leash on truant students
Self-addressed envelopes at JWC to keep tabs on absenteeism

College checks, sealed and signed, waiting to be delivered. ...  | Read.. 
Labourers busy at work at the Morabadi grounds where Baba Ramdev will set up camp. Picture by Hardeep Singh
Funds rush to host Ramdev
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Intuc move to bridge divide
In an attempt to resolve the ongoing differences between the two warri...  | Read.. 
Women gang finds 'target'
Religious congregations do not seem to be a safe place for women weari...  | Read.. 
Railway to invest in goods carriage
The South Eastern Railway (SER) has decided to invest around Rs 12 crore f...  | Read.. 
Schools far from excellence target
For the second consecutive year, no school in the steel city could com...  | Read.. 
ESS fails to get workers interested
Tata Steel is likely to extend the Early Separation Scheme (ESS) by an...  | Read.. 
Noor to be taken to Delhi
Suspected Laskhar-e-Toiba (LeT) activists Mohammed Noor Ahmed and his ...  | Read.. 
Naxalites blast railway restroom
Armed rebels, numbering more than 250, set ablaze the running room of ...  | Read.. 
Docs prove a point, OT apart
The operation theatre might be the field in which they excel but the docto...  | Read.. 
Stage for rock band revival set in fest
The journey began four to five years ago when four like-minded medical...  | Read.. 
Medicos undertake Synergy post-mortem
The annual festival of the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIM...  | Read.. 
VIP or not, varsity convocation to go on
Ranchi University today decided that convocations would carry on even ...  | Read.. 
India's own karate kid
He began at the state level, then became a national champ. Now Sunil Kispo...  | Read.. 
Sparkle of brilliance on BIT campus
They have offered railway minister Lalu Prasad a better security syst...  | Read.. 
Court whip on dues
Jharkhand high court ordered the secondary education director Manikant Aza...  | Read.. 
Sports calendar of events ready
The state athletics body has drawn up two important lists of events to be ...  | Read.. 
Equestrian hub for east
The Equestrian Federation of India (EFI) is considering developing the...  | Read.. 
Dhanbad pins hope on Sourav
Sourav or no Sourav, Bengal team remains favourite in the East Zone Ranji ...  | Read.. 
Visa queries rule Jardine visit
A visit by US consul-general Henry V. Jardine to the Xavier Labour Rel...  | Read.. 
MP sniffs plot in double case
CPI member of the Lok Sabha Bhuvaneshwar Prasad Mehta is convinced tha...  | Read.. 
Crowd out of control
The closing ceremony of Hazaribagh Mahotsava witnessed some rowdy behavio...  | Read.. 
Church to set new policies
The Catholic Bishops Conference of India (CBCI), the highest decision ...  | Read.. 
Teachers see bias in ex-VC posting
Teachers belonging to the tribal community today slammed the decision ...  | Read.. 
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Schools for Dalit girls on cards
Killer vehicle
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Sterilisation drive
Licence demand