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Since 1st March, 1999
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Four towns in fray to host IIM
Four prominent cities of the state are vying with each other to host the proposed Indian Institute of Management (IIM) to be set up in Jharkhand under the Eleventh Five Year Plan. ...  | Read.. 
Guidebooks misguide students
The English Honours students of the Ranchi University are in a piquant situation. While most of the colleges fail to cov...  | Read.. 
Cops mum on torture slur on principal
Archana Singh, a student of Jamshedpur Women’s College, is admitted at MGM Medical College and Hospi- tal after alleged...  | Read.. 
Learning curve for kids
Children, who lost their formative years cleaning compartments, collecting plastic bottles, begging and even stealing on...  | Read.. 
Your friendly post office turns into a bank
Forex, coins and more at neighbourhood POs in Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Bokaro, Dhanbad, Hazaribagh

Post offices across the state would soon offer services that were so far confined to banks. ...  | Read.. 
Schoolchildren rejoice after classes got over early in Jamshedpur on Monday. The East Singhbhum district administration had issued an order, directing ...  | Read
Hello It's Tuesday , April 29 , 2008
Closing day
Talent hunt
Flight Timings
Double trouble for students
Scorching summer coupled with erratic power supply has left many students complaining....  | Read.. 
Water to flow in slum areas
Much to the relief of those who reside in the slum and semi-slum areas of the city, around 351 ...  | Read.. 
Medicinal plants find BAU facility centre
The first facilitation centre for medicinal plants was inaugurated at ...  | Read.. 
Court tough on power crisis
Jharkhand High Court today directed the state government and Jharkhand Sta...  | Read.. 
Bag lost, order bagged
For Cardinal Telesphore P. Toppo it was a mixed bag of news. Wh...  | Read.. 
Constables, lunch is served
The police department is planning to buy 200 tiffin boxes and soon con...  | Read.. 
Tamil Nadu masters chess
It was game over for the rest of the participants as the masters of ch...  | Read.. 
Summer sun singes Giridih
The mercury is rising like never before in Giridih. ...  | Read.. 
Musical mission fulfils cause
When Gharowa, an organisation for promoting Indian classical music, he...  | Read.. 
Rebels cash in on hamlet poverty
Maoists succeeded in doing what neither the Mughal rulers nor the Brit...  | Read.. 
Stage set to float Games tenders
Though the National Games in Jharkhand is still a far cry, the process...  | Read.. 
Power triggers water crisis
After power pangs, the Jharkhand State Electricity Board (JSEB) may ke...  | Read.. 
Congress to inspect ration shops
The East Singhbhum district Congress will be start making on-the-spot insp...  | Read.. 
Cool denial to sunstroke deaths
Sunstroke claimed a 55-year-old man’s life at Baliguma along National ...  | Read.. 
Officials mull tennis cradle in steel city
Tennis, in the state, is on a roll. And officials are trying to ensure...  | Read.. 
Illegal water sale sparks furore
Angry residents of Old Purulia Road in Mango today tied up two officia...  | Read.. 
Swimmers head for Calcutta training
After Dhanbad, Calcutta waters will train state swimmers before the Na...  | Read.. 
300 couples tie the knot on a single day
Yesterday was a memorable date in the history of Giridih with almost 3...  | Read.. 
Satellite launch makes India proud, Mecon too
When PSLV-C9, carrying 10 satellites, including the country’s latest remot...  | Read.. 
Leader’s murder prompts protests
BJP leader Pradip Sao (45) died this morning after four persons hurled...  | Read.. 
No rain relief in sight
There will be no respite from the sweltering condition at least in the...  | Read.. 
Demand for classes amid protests
Political parties and unions started demanding regular classes at the ...  | Read.. 
JSCA team to remain same
The ruling dispensation will remain at the helm of Jharkhand State Cri...  | Read.. 
CM upset with DC
Chief minister Madhu Koda today suggested the Giridih deputy commissio...  | Read..