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Since 1st March, 1999
Pupils frown at one-time fee
Attempts by Ranchi University to explain the recent examination-fees hike as beneficial, failed to cut ice with a section of students today who took to the streets in the steel city and forced closure of the university’s branch office....  | Read.. 
Fake notes getting smarter
Both bankers and scamsters are regularly foxed by fake currency notes even as the latter get bolder and more sophisticated....  | Read.. 
Safety on rail tracks, at last
Arvind Sharma, an employee of Tata Refractories, was fast asleep as Howrah-Kurla Superfast Express entered the vulnerable se...  | Read.. 
Wish blow to wrestling team
Jharkhand’s plea with Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has turned out to be Assam’s gain at the 33rd National Games, to...  | Read.. 
Court caught in trap of canine trouble
Animal rights groups react sharply over the directive to kill rabid dogs, voice for natural death

Jharkhand high court’s directive to kill rabid dogs in the steel city has provoked animal rights groups to cry foul. ...  | Read.. 
Students protest against exam fee hike in front of the RU branch office at Bistupur. Picture by Bhola Prasad
Pupils frown at one-time fee
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Surging ahead with special schemes
Rashmi Shahi completed her bachelors from BIT-Extension Centre, Lalpur, then went for a complete car...  | Read.. 
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Set to race on foreign tracks
It is fast, performs stunts like bikes and it will now take part in th...  | Read.. 
Govt misses JPSC list deadline
The state government has failed to submit to the Jharkhand Public Service ...  | Read.. 
Grant for RU, special kids
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has approved an additional one-...  | Read.. 
Singapore training on cards
Budding state archers would soon get a chance to rub shoulders with their ...  | Read.. 
Singur visitors for more trips
A visit to Jamshedpur is reportedly on the wish list of many Singur vi...  | Read.. 
Fair choice for school
Anil Sharma, an employee of the State Bank of India was a busy man tod...  | Read.. 
Bedroll charge on Lalu
Senior JD(U) leader and former RJD politician Shivanand Tiwary today alleg...  | Read.. 
HC rejects MP plea
Patna High Court today rejected the bail plea of Siwan MP Mohammad Shahabu...  | Read.. 
Penalty for RDA
The Orissa State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission has imposed a ...  | Read.. 
Green concern over lake tourism
The Orissa Tourism Development Corporation’s (OTDC) plan to develop the Ch...  | Read.. 
Poll papers in House car
In what could be an embarrassment for the ruling BJD, campaign materia...  | Read.. 
RU internal review
Ranchi University is contemplating internal evaluations for postgraduate e...  | Read.. 
Tech college site shifted
The state government today decided to shift the proposed engineering ...  | Read.. 
Bride braves dowry
Pinki Burnwal (19) today boarded a bus to return home in Nawada (Bihar...  | Read.. 
Tata FIR scare for encroachers
With a goal of getting back their land, Tata Steel has not spared a mi...  | Read.. 
Contract extension eludes docs
The state government has failed to keep their promise, said doctors in the...  | Read.. 
‘Token’ security in park
Barely a month after the district administration introduced a token sy...  | Read.. 
Transport dept glare on old vehicles
Commercial vehicles that are over 15 years old but plying on city road...  | Read.. 
Promotion meeting hints at next CS
The race for the next chief secretary of the state was queered today when ...  | Read.. 
Mira’s casting coup
Despite having committed to two other movies why did you suddenly ta...  | Read.. 
Movies from art novels
Richard Linklater is one of America’s most talented, intelligent, original ...  | Read.. 
From trade to tinsel town
A familiar face on television with about 40 commercials to her credit, it w...  | Read.. 
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