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Since 1st March, 1999
Civic chiefs await oath & office
Almost a week after the election of the civic body representatives in as many as 28 urban local bodies, the state government is at a loss over administering oath of office and providing workspace....  | Read.. 
Lease lag gets mines secy court date
Jharkhand High Court today summoned mines and geology secretary Jai Shankar Tiwary to explain why Kohinoor Steel’s appli...  | Read.. 
Tata spares go up in flames
Auto components worth crores for Tata Motors were gutted at a warehouse of an Australian firm at Adityapur in Seraikela-...  | Read.. 
CM calls for new shooting range
Chief minister Madhu Koda today ordered the construction of a shooting range of international standards away from Khelga...  | Read.. 
‘I am a source of inspiration for a lot of people’
Jamshedpur girl Tanushree Dutta is no quitter, so not leaving Mumbai

Tanushree Dutta’s bad days are behind her. For the time being, at least. ...  | Read.. 
Art mart: Participants at a painting competition organised by Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) at the Gandhi Nagar Club. CCL organised the event to ce ...  | Read
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Flight Timings
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Water woes grip girls’ school
Around 200 students of the State Backward Classes Girls’ Residential High School have started t...  | Read.. 
School celebrates double win
Securing almost 99 marks, a Class III student of Chinmaya Vidyalaya ba...  | Read.. 
Silver medals in state kitty
There was a bit to cheer about in the Jharkhand camp on the second day...  | Read.. 
Royal food fest on anvil
Food festival is once again back in Jamshedpur, but this time with tra...  | Read.. 
Ajsu calls upon youth
All Jharkhand Students’ Union (Ajsu) would be holding a Jharkhand Jana...  | Read.. 
Rally against sex selection
The growing culture of sex selection and female foeticide across the state...  | Read.. 
Pond plan for evening stroll
City residents will soon be able to take a leisurely stroll along Line...  | Read.. 
Extortion triggers blockade
Around 250 shopkeepers of Morabadi today resorted to road blockade to ...  | Read.. 
Bengal link in drug deal
The city has become a haven as well as transit point for international...  | Read.. 
Dhoni to be sent apology letter
Jharkhand High Court directed Harmu Housing Colony resident B.P. Sinha...  | Read.. 
Guiding trains in red dens with grit
Braving Naxalism, they show green signal to trains passing by. Undaunt...  | Read.. 
Milestone for CCL
After a period of lull, the Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) is once a...  | Read.. 
Blockade for block status
The government’s decision to make 18 new blocks but not including Daru...  | Read.. 
Promise fails to woo medics
The future of the students of the 2007 batch at the medical college he...  | Read.. 
Deadline to power
Senior officials of JSEB and Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) were tod...  | Read.. 
State players bowl out Assam team
Assam lawn bowlers are in for a tough time at the Jharkhand National Games...  | Read.. 
Double bonanza for RU in Delhi
It was a double whammy for Ranchi University (RU) in Delhi today. ...  | Read.. 
TVNL rotor stopped
The state government today sent an SOS to Bihar seeking its interventi...  | Read.. 
Union prod to end NIT strike
The National Institute of Technology (NIT) crisis may finally be over....  | Read.. 
Builders seek strict rule relief
Concerned over the land crisis and increasing rate of residential flat...  | Read.. 
Corporate lessons for teachers
Trained corporate leaders and managers would now instruct teachers in scho...  | Read.. 
Mystery shrouds woman’s death
Mystery shrouds the death of a 60-year-old woman, whose charred body w...  | Read.. 
BJP meet to finalise anniversary celebration
The district unit of Bharatiya Janata Party has drawn up elaborate pla...  | Read.. 
College opts for students’ uniform
Outsiders beware. ...  | Read.. 
Invite from Indonesia for artist
After Germany, it is Indonesia where Guinness World Records-holder Avt...  | Read..