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Passenger comfort takes backseat
The Chakradharpur railway division might be the highest revenue-earning division in the country. But, when it comes to passenger amenities, it has not gained much. ...  | Read.. 
 
Flames destroy wedding dreams
Bridegrooms in the steel city have apparently found themselves in a quandary....  | Read.. 
 
Glorious past, now just a faded memory
It’s hard to miss the sight of 10 dilapidated cottages spread across an 8-acre plot on Bariatu Road in the capital. ...  | Read.. 
 
New address for advocates
After having run its office in makeshift quarters, the Jharkhand State Bar Council will now have its own “magnificent” b...  | Read.. 
 
 
Agriculture students opt for silent protest
The Jharkhand Krishi Berozgar Sangh and the agriculture faculty of Birsa Agriculture University (BAU) has resorted to Ga...  | Read.. 
 
Over 20 men and women from Pradhankhanta Bediya Tola, a village of snake charmers in Baliapur block, stage a dharna at Randhir Verma Chowk in Dhanbad ...  | Read
 
 
 
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Children step out of jail, enter amusement park
It was a day that Anjali Kumari had been waiting for. ...  | Read.. 
IMA demands docs on court panel
Disturbed by the increasing number of cases against doctors in consumer courts, the Indian Medi...  | Read.. 
 
Bridge brings dust & ditches
Commuters wonder if the bridge under construction at Karamtoli Chowk w...  | Read.. 
CS on leave, Koda cool
Chief secretary P.P. Sharma’s one-month leave application came as a we...  | Read.. 
Engineer held for ransom
Armed criminals allegedly belonging to the Mahendra Hansda group today...  | Read.. 
Council objects to extremist slur
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has raised objections to a...  | Read.. 
Bye-bye labour, back to school
Several children in urban areas who dropped learning for livelihood ha...  | Read.. 
Loom study for better market
The handloom department has decided to prepare a database of artists i...  | Read.. 
Remand for don on cards
Brajesh Singh would be brought here on police remand to establish his ass...  | Read.. 
Trekkers on trail of the unknown
They might not be hip and happening like other trekkers, but what they...  | Read.. 
Sand supply feud leads to bloodshed
Adityapur witnessed yet another bloodshed in sequel to Balu-ghat rival...  | Read.. 
Pupils cry for dismissal
Over 200 students of Jamshedpur Women’s College gathered near the inst...  | Read.. 
Power crisis sparks protest
Angry over the acute power crisis in Jharkhand State Electri- city Bo...  | Read.. 
Tech cradle faculty on strike
The National Institute of Technology (NIT), Jamshedpur, faculty starte...  | Read.. 
Raging inferno guts fruit mart
Property worth lakhs was gutted when fire broke out at the congested f...  | Read.. 
NGO team voices tribal concern
It’s a platform for human rights and now it is in Jharkhand....  | Read.. 
Prisoners chase dream
Study is the buzzword at the Dhanbad district jail at present. ...  | Read.. 
Film big hit in small town
The people of smaller towns have shown more tolerance compared to the...  | Read.. 
Women in election arena
The forthcoming civic body polls in this tribal heartland would concen...  | Read.. 
Minority teachers get paid, finally
About 500-odd teachers of government-run minority schools are set to get t...  | Read.. 
IAS officers on poll panel radar
The state election commission will seek the services of at least five ...  | Read.. 
State set to shop power
In a bid to fight power crisis, the state government on Monday decided...  | Read..