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Beam caves in, schoolboys die
Two children died when a four-month-old brick beam over the entrance of a school caved in over them this morning....  | Read.. 
B-school tips to cops on beating stress
Words of wisdom for the police personnel — exercise regularly, avoid nicotine and other stimulants, maintain an ideal w...  | Read.. 
Doctors aim to interpret minds
To cure a patient it is essential to understand and interpret his inner mind....  | Read.. 
Microbe pill for virus, economy boom in sight
Scientists at Central Tasar Research and Training Institute discover shield to ward off diseases

Scientists at Central Tasar Research and Training Institute here claim to have discovered a micro-organism that has the pote ...  | Read.. 
Devotees carry an idol of Saraswati. The puja is scheduled for Monday. Picture by Hardeep Singh
Hello It's Monday , February 11 , 2008
Seminar ends
Flight Timings
Bhangrabeats for golden jubilee
It was time to beat the drums and dance to bhangra beats!...  | Read.. 
We are to blame for the degradation of khadi. In many cases, no sooner a political nominee wins t...  | Read.. 
French fancies
French sure has caught the fancy of the young and the old alike in the...  | Read.. 
Tech kids crack olympiad code
If it is computers and technology then Gen-X can’t be far behind....  | Read.. 
Victorian feel to British club
Italian wine, ballroom dancing and a musician playing the piano — at G...  | Read.. 
Award awaits doctor
An eminent burn specialist of the steel city, R. Bharat, has been chos...  | Read.. 
Illegal roadside shops under govt scanner
The district administration has decided to train its guns on all illeg...  | Read.. 
Proposal hits red tape
The district administration’s plan to set up a trauma centre on the na...  | Read.. 
Slew of measures on Intuc agenda
Intuc has decided to focus on increasing their membership in the rural and...  | Read.. 
Business school set to tread terrain of finance
Students of XLRI would now conduct detailed study on different compani...  | Read.. 
Green noose awaits units
The pollution control board will tie up with the electricity board fo...  | Read.. 
Scholarly tips to revive Santhali
To revive the lost glory of the Santhali language, education should be...  | Read.. 
Sports turf turns into battlefield
The astroturf stadium at Morabadi turned into a virtual battlefield th...  | Read.. 
RU enhances guides’ quota
The Ranchi University (RU) has decided to increase the maximum number ...  | Read.. 
Freedom of power choice by 2012
India can look forward to on-demand power supply by 2012. ...  | Read.. 
Sleaze CD racket busted, six held
More than 3,000 pirated CDs, including around 500 pornographic ones, w...  | Read.. 
Special drive against private cars
The district transport office (DTO) has decided to take stern action a...  | Read.. 
Santhali poetess fights for rights
When she was a child, Sahitya Akademi winner Nirmala Putul used to won...  | Read.. 
ITDC pullout boon for tourism dept
The loss of India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) has turned ou...  | Read.. 
Munda finds red stain in CPI win
Former chief minister and leader of the Opposition Arjun Munda today alleg...  | Read.. 
Help for dyslexic children at hand
Aamir Khan’s film Taare Zameen Par is yet to hit the theatres h...  | Read.. 
X-ray machine gathers dust
One X-ray machine was not enough. The Sadar hospital would soon get a...  | Read.. 
Personalised V-Day gifts new draw this season
Have you lately been losing sleep over what to gift your Valentine thi...  | Read.. 
Social tilt on YMCA radar
The national governing council of Young Men’s Christian Association (Y...  | Read.. 
Film to put tribals on world screen
Tribals from Jharkhand would find place on celluloid not only across the c...  | Read.. 
Hearts fly off shelves
With Cupid about to strike, love is in the air and fluttering hearts a...  | Read.. 
Revival pill for dance
The coming together of the state industry department, forest departmen...  | Read..