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CM pins nuke hope on Bengal
Why should Bihar and Bengal be allowed to have nuclear plants, but not Jharkhand'...  | Read.. 
Party over matter of heart
It was an open invitation and the response was overwhelming. From helicopters, air-conditioned buses, swanky cars to tru...  | Read.. 
Market protest
More than 100 shopkeepers of New Market today attempted to barge into the Ranchi Regional Development Authority office a...  | Read.. 
Volley of success in coaching skill
State girl to train and select players for SAF games in Sri Lanka

Ace volleyball coach Bhanu Prasad has added another feather to her hat getting appointed coach-cum-selector of the women's t ...  | Read.. 
Will the state get a nuclear reactor'
CM pins nuke hope on Bengal
Hello, it's Wednesday, June 21, 2006
Quiz contest
Maoist held
Real Estate
Today Biswaroop Gooptu tackles some often-asked question regarding property loans and intere...  | Read.. 
  Train robberies
  Strange behaviour
  Lavish weddings
For crispy, fresh yummy mornings
Time ' 2.30 am. Place ' Gandhi Dosa shop in Bistupur, owned by V. Sarwan Re...  | Read.. 
Spat brakes on BJP drive
The BJP's statewide membership drive might have kicked off today, but ...  | Read.. 
Activists call for revised forest bill
Forest activists today demanded that the Lok Sabha pass the revised Schedu...  | Read.. 
Expansion blueprint for Tata hospital
City-based Meherbai Tata Memorial Hospital (MTMH) has drawn up an elab...  | Read.. 
Defenders decide match fate
Young Hira Nagpur Athletic Association (YHNAC) and Azad Sporting Club...  | Read.. 
Cry for classes, DC clips vacation
East Singhbhum deputy commissioner Nitin Madan Kulkarni today rolled b...  | Read.. 
MGM on boil after negligence slur
Furore over alleged medical negligence at the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial ...  | Read.. 
Cabinet clean chit for Meinhardt
The special committee formed to review if the government should seek s...  | Read.. 
Clock ticks on colleges
Ranchi University has set July 5 deadline for its constituent college...  | Read.. 
Daylong strike on petrol rate hike
Streets here wore a deserted look today as auto-rickshaws went on a daylon...  | Read.. 
Time relief on the cards
In view of the rising mercury, many schools here are contemplating changin...  | Read.. 
New path to knee surgery
In the first surgery of its kind in the state capital, the Apollo Hospital...  | Read.. 
Shower of goodies shocks journos
The Lioness Club here today went through one of the annual rituals of ...  | Read.. 
Rumour fans mob fury
More than 100 shopkeepers, of New Market, today attempted to barge int...  | Read.. 
Three killed in truck collision
Three persons died and three were seriously injured this morning in a ...  | Read.. 
Paul sets scene for last hurrah
Paul Newman is considering his final scene. ...  | Read.. 
Mad about the Material Girl
You can never have enough of Madonna as the pop icon keeps reinventing hers...  | Read.. 
Posts to check mineral flow
The state mining department will set up 80 computerised check-posts to mon...  | Read.. 
Varsity security check
Administrative and police officials today visited the convocation venu...  | Read.. 
Das writes off regional parties
State finance minister Raghubar Das said the regional political outfit...  | Read.. 
Sahay tells minorities to unite
Local MP and Union minister of state for food processing (independent ...  | Read.. 
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