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RU paper for pat on govt back
List five achievements of the Jharkhand government. Even the most ardent admirer of the Arjun Munda regime will find it difficult to give an answer in a jiffy, so one can imagine the plight of the students who had to tackle the question in today's B...  | Read.. 
 
Rebel raid on tracks, cabin set ablaze
In an alleged retaliation against the killing of a Naxalite leader, Maoist rebels struck twice blowing up a portion of r...  | Read.. 
 
Crazy day at police abode
A 'mentally disturbed' youth armed with traditional weapons gate crashed into the parking lot of Pradhan Palace, a posh ...  | Read.. 
 
Govt hands over ITIs to private sector
With 44-odd MoUs in hand, mostly in the iron and steel sector, the state government today decided to hand over the charg...  | Read.. 
 
 
Preeti lady at ease in man's world
Hazaribagh girl becomes one of the few women in the state to join the armed forces

For Prerna Preeti, it is a dream come true. ...  | Read.. 
 
The damaged car at Pradhan Palace in Ranchi. Picture by Ashok Karan
Crazy day at police abode
Hello, it's Thursday, April 27, 2006
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 You share your birthday with...
Zayed Khan You don't reveal your feelings to a person you don't know well. When your trust ...Read.. 
Nitty Gritty
Just because summer is here doesn't mean one has to break into a sweat. True, the sun is streaming d...  | Read.. 
 
Triple murder accused set free
The court of additional district and sessions judge P.P. Pandey today ...  | Read.. 
Water guns trained on state govt
The Union ministry of water resources today directed its Jharkhand cou...  | Read.. 
Foul smell in burn deaths
An alarming 30 burn deaths at the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical Coll...  | Read.. 
Cops bank on deposit data
The discovery of a deposit and an anonymous letter posted to the offic...  | Read.. 
Plan to foil VAT trick
The state government today issued a public notice against selling cons...  | Read.. 
Decay of indigenous style
Those who possess pretty postcards or art works of tribals in traditional, ...  | Read.. 
Morning tea with friend and Mao
It was a tall man in black pants and a full-sleeved shirt, who knocked on m...  | Read.. 
At 27, software wiz and job generator
At 27, this small-town lad is offering jobs to local youths in his softwar...  | Read.. 
Railway staff block train route
Hundreds of railways trainees of Bhuli Zonal Training Institute here s...  | Read.. 
JOA richer by Rs 14.15 lakh
State sports bodies can now look forward to somewhat streamlining thei...  | Read.. 
Rebels take war to tech territory
In their latest bid to garner the support of rural masses, the Maoists...  | Read.. 
Varsity exam hall set for debut
Inaugurated on December 3 last year, Ranchi University's multipurpose ...  | Read.. 
Sapling sets off tension
Relations between the minority community and members of Bhutnath Manda...  | Read.. 
Pupils laugh off errors
The task was to speak on topics such as: 'Don't bite the hand that is dirt...  | Read.. 
Offbeat courses in vogue
It pays to have a career fair that has information on offbeat options....  | Read.. 
Students' brawl at station
Around 300 students belonging to the Dhanbad Polytechnic clashed with ...  | Read.. 
Principals on shaky ground
The outburst by several principals against the Jharkhand Education Tr...  | Read.. 
Mid-day meal tops study
Success may not always taste sweet. ...  | Read.. 
Poultry ban challenged
Having failed to instill confidence among people to eat poultry products a...  | Read.. 
Hannover roadshow to woo investors
In an attempt to woo investors across the world, Jharkhand today presented...  | Read.. 
Lobby shield for truant medicos
Even as the state government decided to take stern action against trua...  | Read.. 
 
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Cache of bombs in cop custody
CISF jawan shoots self
Villagers stir
Abuse complaint
Poison slur
AIDS workshop