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Water flows to higher places
The residents of Ghorabandha panchayat, the chief minister's native village, say they have no water problem. But in the neighbouring Hurlung panchayat, 2 km away, the situation is different and residents are crying foul....  | Read.. 
 
Coal powers House rage
Leader of Opposition Sudhir Mahto today said in the Assembly that Speaker Inder Singh Namdhari had 'manipulated' a resol...  | Read.. 
 
Manager & family die in collision
A family of four, including two children, were killed in an accident after the car they were travelling in had a head-on...  | Read.. 
 
Hattrick saves home team
A hattrick won the match for the Regional Sports Board (RSB)'s Ranchi team at the All-India Civil Services Hockey Tournament...  | Read.. 
 
 
Talk therapy for docs
RIMS boss asks students to interact more

For a change, the authorities at Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) are not setting up a committee to look into t ...  | Read.. 
 
Two tubewells flank chief minister Arjun Munda's residence at Ghorabandha. Picture by Bhola Prasad
Water flows to higher places
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Parking site survey plans to cut down congestion
In a bid to reduce traffic congestion on the major thoroughfares of the ci...  | Read.. 
Shy bride steals show at fairytale marriage
'It's almost like seeing your own daughter getting married,' said Kanc...  | Read.. 
Gory graph welcomes new cops
The city now has a new SSP, R.K. Mallik, and a new SP, Akhileshwar Jha...  | Read.. 
Absent advocates annoy high court
Annoyed by the lackadaisical approach of government advocates towards ...  | Read.. 
Doc diagnosis for baba: Bring in Brinda
Post-Baba Ramdev camp, a phenomenon seems to have captured steel city ...  | Read.. 
XLRI awaits best of bids
It is placement season and the students of the XLRI School of Manageme...  | Read.. 
Seminar on farm marketing
If scientists and experts in the field of horticulture are to be believed,...  | Read.. 
HC whip to appoint forum member
Jharkhand High Court directed the Jharkhand State Electricity Board (JSEB)...  | Read.. 
Rebel pressure on posers
Speaker Inder Singh Namdhari today conceded that JD(U) member Kheeru M...  | Read.. 
Bird flu sends police into tizzy
With the state animal husbandry department seeking help of police in m...  | Read.. 
House jeer at action report
The Action Taken Report, tabled by the government on the floor of the ...  | Read.. 
Affiliation angst for students
Class X students of Subhash Chandra Bose Academy, in Harmu, are travelling...  | Read.. 
Tribal cry for 'better' bill
Several social and tribal organisations want a more comprehensive appr...  | Read.. 
Army family foils robbery
An army jawan, his wife and their 15-year-old son fought off a gang of rob...  | Read.. 
JMM joins civic row
Politically, they are poles apart. ...  | Read.. 
Cadets get stipend nine months late
The 25-odd cadets of the residential boxing centre here can now look f...  | Read.. 
Ace archer on target
The past three months have turned out to be eventful for ace archer Jayant...  | Read.. 
 
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