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State lifeline upgrade a long way off
Prime minister Manmohan Singh’s promise notwithstanding, the upgradation of the 300km Barhi-Bahragora road, considered to be the state’s lifeline, is unlikely to be completed in a hurry. ...  | Read.. 
 
Career fair attracts students
Board examinations are over and institutes are queuing up to rope in students. ...  | Read.. 
 
Get ready for some more coffee
Here’s why one can celebrate with more coffee. Cafe Coffee Day (CCD) is planning to open four more branches in the city....  | Read.. 
 
Docs protest price disparity
The disparity in medicine prices having the same generic composition has become a cause of worry among a group of doctor...  | Read.. 
 
 
Children singe to lure mates back to school
Students of Class I-V walk 7km under the blazing sun for School Chale Hum Abhiyan Prabhat Pheri

A special drive in the morning to swell enrolments in government schools — School Chale Hum Abhiyan — has proved to be a nig ...  | Read.. 
 
A girl uses her handkerchief as sun screen on Wednesday when temperatures crossed 43°C in Dhanbad. Picture by Gautam Dey
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Mecon stage for trainees
It was the trainees’ day out....  | Read.. 
Leaders adjust to life outside kitchen
For Sanjida Khatun (35), the newly elected commissioner of Ranchi Municipal Corporation (RMC) w...  | Read.. 
 
Bend rules as ministers want
They can bend them, break them and even rewrite them. For ministers, r...  | Read.. 
Chess clash begins
The 7th All India Chess Championship of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (...  | Read.. 
Pupils thank tillers for land gift
It was indeed a gift from land tillers to the cause of education. ...  | Read.. 
Silver in kitty, Rahul eyes gold
After winning the silver medal in the recently concluded World Cup Arc...  | Read.. 
Philately clubs in study hubs soon
Soon schools and colleges in the steel city would boast of philately c...  | Read.. 
Honour for Tata Steel official
Tridibesh Mukherjee, the Tata Steel group director of integration and ...  | Read.. 
Criminal gunned down in morning encounter
In yet another encounter, police shot dead a notorious criminal, Nepa...  | Read.. 
Snags paralyse mobile users
A complete collapse of two leading mobile networks in the city for ove...  | Read.. 
Traffic week to instil discipline
Starting today, citizens would be given suggestions on road safety nor...  | Read.. 
Mystery of unlocked motorcycles baffles owners
Beware, visitors to Jubilee Park who come on motorcycles. While parkin...  | Read.. 
Help desks to rescue women in peril
From victims to saviours. Over 200 women, once victimised under variou...  | Read.. 
UGC team to find facts
A high-level team from UGC would visit Jamshedpur Women’s College in May t...  | Read.. 
Santosh Trophy cloud over league
The shadow of the forthcoming Santosh Trophy seems to be looming large...  | Read.. 
Missing kids’ cases rise, cops worried
State police claims tracing missing children is a priority for them. B...  | Read.. 
HC stamp on Mahi pool
India’s ODI and Twenty20 skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s worries seem t...  | Read.. 
35 found guilty in fodder case
Special CBI judge Manoranjan Kavi today convicted 35 persons, includin...  | Read.. 
Tips on water harvesting
The water woes of the coal belt may be over soon, thanks to the exchan...  | Read.. 
JSEB gets IT savvy
Jharkhand State Electricity Board (JSEB) customers will soon be able t...  | Read.. 
Govt officials go on pleasure trips
Pleasure trip on the pretext of study tour is nothing new in Jharkhand. Th...  | Read.. 
Soren firm on Koda support
JMM chief Shibu Soren today said that his party would not topple the M...  | Read..