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Since 1st March, 1999
Dalma animals outsmart hunters
Long before dawn on Monday, the hunters had begun to assemble at the foothills of the Dalma sanctuary. ...  | Read.. 
Life members hold key to polls
With pressure building up on him to withdraw from the fray in favour of the home minister Sudesh Mahto, the incumbent pr...  | Read.. 
Scholars under Razi scanner
Over 320 doctorate degrees were awarded during the past five years by the three general universities in the state. ...  | Read.. 
'Torture' victim knocks on justice door
Barely two months ago, wedding bells knocked on the doors of Neelam Devi (25). Now, Neelam is knocking on the doors of j...  | Read.. 
Power flows, only to the powerful
State continues to reel from frequent breakdowns, but VIP zones enjoy uninterrupted electricity

Some are more equal than others. While the state continues to reel from frequent breakdowns in power supply, there are very ...  | Read.. 
The shopkeepers demand rehabilitation protesting against the anti-encroachment drive. Picture by Prashant Mitra
Hello, it's Tuesday, May 09, 2006
First Person
Raja C. Kunal
Officiating General Secretary, St Xavier's College
  Two different faces of same city
  Quota quotient
  Passport mystery
Nerves frayed, post murder
A day after Arvind Kumar Singh was killed on his doorstep, Kalikanagar...  | Read.. 
New plant at Tata mines
The maiden automated jigging plant for iron ore fines in the country w...  | Read.. 
Healing touch for the ailing
Varun Das is jubilant that he has secured a first class in his matricu...  | Read.. 
District success graph soars
Jigisha Chanda of Sakchi High School has topped the matriculation exam...  | Read.. 
Blood bank lifeline recharged by rain
The sudden downpour last evening not only spelt relief for the citizens wi...  | Read.. 
1055 left in TWU poll ring
Altogether, 1,055 candidates are left in the fray for the elections to...  | Read.. 
Dhoni buck passes on
The deputy commissioner of Ranchi is apparently drawing flak from almo...  | Read.. 
Hi-tech arms to tame rebels
Following a modernisation plan chalked out at the state police headqua...  | Read.. 
12 hurt as bus falls into river
Twelve persons were injured, six of them seriously, when a bus carrying mo...  | Read.. 
Matches forgotten in poll hype
Election might be the only thing ruling the minds of the Jharkhand Sta...  | Read.. 
Court call for cricketer
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has found time for an old interest ' the t...  | Read.. 
Dhanbad trounces Tripura
DSA Railway, Dhanbad, defeated Tripura XI by 6 wickets to win the Conc...  | Read.. 
Illegal hoardings under civic body scanner
Concerned over the blatant flouting of civic norms, the Ranchi Municipal C...  | Read.. 
War of words over tribal issues
Mandar MLA Bandhu Tirkey accused Salkhan Murmu of shedding crocodile tears...  | Read.. 
RIMS edged out of upgrade plan
The state government seems to be losing out a lot in the health sector....  | Read.. 
Bandh call against drive
Residents of Harmu and Doranda colonies did not get vegetables throughout...  | Read.. 
HC clears legislator in dacoity case
Jharkhand High Court quashed criminal proceedings initiated against Bhavna...  | Read.. 
Green glare on polythene
The Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) has come into act...  | Read.. 
Women More.. 
Living more in 24 hours
Green & Wild More.. 
Matter of hill-top mystery
Jharkhand at a Glance More.. 
Breakthrough in pancreas surgery
Slaughter house plans
Profit lauded
Congress request