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RRDA mud-sling at top reaches court
The war of heads of the Ranchi Regional Development Authority (RRDA) has taken a fresh turn, with its vice-chairman going to court “exposing several irregularities” allegedly committed by the chairman. ...  | Read.. 
 
Change in policy sparks ire
Irked by the frequent changes made by the state government in the education policy, principals of private schools have d...  | Read.. 
 
Bandh call after temple damage
The capital is likely to witnesses a series of demonstrations tomorrow as political and social organisations will take t...  | Read.. 
 
Song and dance on special day
They came, they participated and proved their mettle with elan. ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Only noise in decibel drive
Even after public notification, transport department fails to seize vehicles for violating noise limit

Getting rid of noise nuisance on streets in the state appears to be a distant dream. ...  | Read.. 
 
Will their day help bring smiles round the year' Visually-challenged children participate in a rally on World Disabled Day in Ranchi. Picture by Hardeep Singh
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Too many loose ends for comfort
One is not supposed to speak ill of the dead. But then one cannot help ...  | Read.. 
City Lights
If one were living in more sensible times and place, Albert Ekka would have been a youth icon, not j...  | Read.. 
 
Dowry heat in woman death
Police recovered the body of one Sadhana Singh (22) from her in-laws’ home...  | Read.. 
Hope missing, sight and home too
“Perhaps the World Disability Day interests only the able,” uttered on...  | Read.. 
District judge faces Bar flak
The lawyer fraternity has taken a strong exception to an alleged statement...  | Read.. 
Albert Ekka' Who’s that'
Who’s Albert Ekka' An armyman' A freedom fighter' Or just a muted statue i...  | Read.. 
Price of life for kidnap hush-up
They had hoped to save his life by remaining silent. ...  | Read.. 
Facelift package for tribal art
Tribal art forms would soon get a facelift to help them capture internatio...  | Read.. 
Bankers want more branches
Around 450 delegates of Punjab National Bank today vowed to pressuris...  | Read.. 
Crisil award for B-school
Students of XLRI have once again proved their merit among the national...  | Read.. 
IT meet concludes
The two-day national IT seminar organised by XLRI School of Business and H...  | Read.. 
Waste disposal project in trouble
Clean and garbage-free streets in different localities in Sonari may s...  | Read.. 
Centre apathy for art form
Kathak exponent Saswati Sen today lamented the insensitivity of the centra...  | Read.. 
Tough talk on Chiria
The SAIL Executive Federation of India has decided to resist any move...  | Read.. 
Nitish’s safety slap on railways
Saturday morning’s road-bridge mishap and the consequent resentment am...  | Read.. 
Off to school, cops by side
Parents who spend anxious moments after their children leave for school ha...  | Read.. 
Women at war in prestige tussle
The women are on their toes to “protect” the political interests of t...  | Read.. 
Wales to badlands battle
During his stint as an under-19 cricketer for India, Hamid Mubaraq may...  | Read.. 
10x10-ft cell for Soren
When Shibu Soren confidently strode into court last Tuesday, he greete...  | Read.. 
Age factor clouds Giridih growth
Making law needs less experience than executing it....  | Read.. 
Coal firms in spot over SC diktat
The Centre has pressed the panic button after a recent Supreme Court verdi...  | Read.. 
Health haven once, in low spirits now
Several posts are vacant at Indian Statistical Institute and National ...  | Read.. 
 
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