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Commissioners don war-paint
The governor is believed to have been taken aback by a strongly worded, two-page petition from an unlikely source....  | Read.. 
 
Mystery shrouds expired drug stock
Medicines do expire, you know. That is why the expiry date is mentioned on them. And that is the reason why hospitals mainta...  | Read.. 
 
Ranchi gets a new SSP in cop reshuffle
In a late-evening reshuffle on Tuesday, Bokaro SP Manvinder Singh Bhatia was shifted to Ranchi as the new Senior Superinten...  | Read.. 
 
Love makes the world go round, on V-Day
As millions of people the world over do. Markets, of course, know it too well...  | Read.. 
 
 
Dream rush for venom hunt
Former Tata employee to go to South Africa to catch Cobra

Slimy and slithery, and the more the merrier. Nawal Kishore Singh’s passion for catching snakes is taking him places. ...  | Read.. 
 
Students of Delhi Public School in Ranchi take an unusual way to move from one part of the campus to another after a smart shower on Tuesday. Picture ...  | Read
Hello, it's Wednesday, February 14, 2007
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It’s the war of the roses
“They just get carried away” —Teachers rue...  | Read.. 
Letters
  Dingy path to worship
 
‘Bad weather’ spoils BIT fun
With the morning events scheduled for the third day at BITotsav postpo...  | Read.. 
Science centre on cards
The state government today declared that it has written to all the 10 ...  | Read.. 
Block test centres boon for students
In a decision which might facilitate thousands of matriculation and interm...  | Read.. 
Power: Crisis and cheer
Frequent power cuts in the city has given rise to a new war in the sta...  | Read.. 
Age ‘win’ for JSEB workers
In a historic agreement, the Jharkhand State Electricity Board (JSEB) ...  | Read.. 
Chest mystery cracked
Although the iron chest is yet to be opened, the Khunti police heaved ...  | Read.. 
One-day fuel strike on Feb 19
Petrol dealers in the state have decided to go on a daylong strike on ...  | Read.. 
Growth, not by pruning manpower
Having cut cost and unnecessary expenses to the tune of Rs 100 crore las...  | Read.. 
CM on crop damage control
Chief minister Madhu Koda today directed chief secretary M.K. Mandal t...  | Read.. 
JD(U) ‘duty’ for Soren
Not only UPA leaders and bureaucrats, but members from the Opposition ...  | Read.. 
PG study act change on cards
The state government has initiated steps for making necessary amendmen...  | Read.. 
Govt follows court verdict on caste quota
The tribal community has welcomed the state government’s decision to withd...  | Read.. 
Data panel fine on forum chief
A law-enforcer faced the music for violating law today!...  | Read.. 
Resort glory on revival road
The lost glory of a resort worth Rs 8 crore is on the path of revival....  | Read.. 
Musical trip to cheer men in blue
The city’s singing sensation has made it to the final three in Fame...  | Read.. 
Drive saves stray dogs
Officials of the district administration and Jusco have agreed not to kill...  | Read.. 
Docs to fight ‘biased’ move
The city unit of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) has criticised t...  | Read.. 
Downpour opens door for cold wave
It might not yet be time to put the woollens away, as meteorological o...  | Read.. 
Facility to test MGM patients
Patients at the MGM Medical College and Hospital will not have to depe...  | Read.. 
Early date for rail booking
From March 1, all railway reservations for the summer holiday trips, e...  | Read.. 
To be far from a maddening crowd
Self-appointed moral police may be out on the streets, but that’s not goin...  | Read.. 
Bridge across a tribal divide
They are practical, down-to-earth, strong , great housekeepers and abo...  | Read.. 
Once upon a time in lands far, far away
nValentine’s Day probably took its name from a priest, who was martyred abo...  | Read.. 
Chief vows training, not raid
General Officer Commanding-in-Chief of Central Command Lieutenant-general ...  | Read..