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Lalu sitting over faster train link
Railwayís showpiece Shatabdi Express connects Bangalore and Mysore (140km apart) while Deccan Queen continues to connect Mumbai and Pune (93km)....  | Read.. 
 
My first day
It seems itís been ages since I last wrote. I donít even remember when was the last time I did. So wrapped up I was in the ad...  | Read.. 
 
Welcome relief for flat owners
All the future buyers of apartments and commercial spaces would soon heave a sigh of relief....  | Read.. 
 
Damages plan for thunder strike
The lightning strike on a city school seems to have shaken the state government as the authorities have decided to give a ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Cross border for a high
Foreign booze cheaper in India, not the state

Feel like having a good glass of Scotch' Leave the state for a swig. ...  | Read.. 
 
The Jharkhand womenís hockey team with their new kits distributed by sports director P.C. Mishra at a camp in the astro-turf stadium. The camp was org ...  | Read
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Delhi cops dismiss doc kidnap theory
The Delhi police have dismissed the abduction theory behind the mysterious disappearance of the...  | Read.. 
My first day
It seems itís been ages since I last wrote. I donít even remember when was the last time I did. So w...  | Read.. 
 
Grand evening of soothing music
A grand show will see artistes from across the region conglomerate for...  | Read.. 
Cellphone campaign to keep leaders at bay
Do not invite Jharkhand ministers to any social function and do not offe...  | Read.. 
Left keen to fight for tribalsí rights
The CPM today vowed to intensify its campaigns for restoring the tribalsí ...  | Read.. 
Parties back agitating staff
The ongoing strike of non-teaching staff of Ranchi University today drew s...  | Read.. 
2 dead, 3 hurt in head-on collision
A man and a woman died on the spot and three were seriously injured when s...  | Read.. 
Japan calling for karate mentor
A karate expert of Jamshedpur would soon land up in the birthplace of ...  | Read.. 
Insurance meet to chart growth
National Insurance Corporation began its two-day seminar of the compan...  | Read.. 
More rain in store for state
If statistics available with the meteorological department are any ind...  | Read.. 
Poll ball halts projects
Polling date announced, the East Singhbhum district administration has...  | Read.. 
Wedding vows sealed on paper
Marriages may be made in heaven, but of late, they are certainly getti...  | Read.. 
Highway woes weigh heavy on commuters
Forty-eight hours have gone by without respite. ...  | Read.. 
Policy helping hand within an hour
Molten iron snatched the only earning member of a family on the fatefu...  | Read.. 
Consultants fumble on D-day, DC fumes
Consultants, appointed to prepare a blueprint for Dhanbadís urban renewal,...  | Read.. 
Court praises Ranchi road model
The high court today said that the capital should be treated as a role...  | Read.. 
Poor plans drill hole in biz class pocket
Entrepreneurs of the state were upbeat when Bihar was bifurcated and J...  | Read.. 
Boycott hits delimitation discussion
The NDA today boycotted the meeting convened by the Delimitation Commi...  | Read.. 
Dress it up with metallic wonders
Be it the statue of a heavily decorated elephant, a menacing lion, religiou...  | Read.. 
Double trouble at excise department
Even as excise offenses are on the rise in Orissa, the excise departm...  | Read.. 
English boost to confidence
A month ago, Sushama Murmu (17) would rather merge into the background...  | Read.. 
Bihar sniffs crude oil
Cairn India, the energy major, today affirmed that there was a possibl...  | Read.. 
Proper test hurdle on health plan path
With reportedly over six lakh Hepatitis-B virus (HBV) carriers in Oris...  | Read.. 
 
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