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Guards blame heatwave for deer death, officials deny
The death of at least four deer of Birsa Mrig Vihar in the past couple of days has given rise to the belief that the scorching heat killed the animals, but authorities are reluctant to admit as much. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cement scarcity hits Games work
Preparations for the 34th National Games in Jharkhand has hit yet another roadblock — its primary cement supplier is sta...  | Read.. 
 
SAIL seeks Chiria iron ore lease, again
Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) has reiterated its claim on Chiria iron ore mines. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bright avenues for builders
Local construction material manufacturers may soon be part of military engineering work. ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Country liquor, now in bottles
Jharkhand High Court today gave its assent to the state government on supplying country-made liquor in glass bottles. ...  | Read.. 
 
Light of love: Schoolchildren light candles near Mahatma Gandhi’s statue as part of the School Chale Hum Abhiyan on Wednesday. Picture by Hardeep Sing ...  | Read
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BJP threatens to fight back
The BJP threatened to take to the streets if the cases lodged against its MLAs and cadre of breakin...  | Read.. 
Docs to wait for Shahi nod
Health minister Bhanu Pratap Shahi won over agitated contractual doctors with an assurance to ...  | Read.. 
 
Electricians turn saviours in hospitals
Generator operators and electricians are passing sleepless nights at n...  | Read.. 
All-woman officers take charge
The new police station on the Kotwali police station campus is unique....  | Read.. 
Mango magic at club
Mangoes are here and women in the city are getting creative. ...  | Read.. 
Marks win hill passport
Three school students, who scored good marks in science, have been ...  | Read.. 
Bengal singer to regale music connoisseurs
The music enthusiasts of the steel city are set to get a treat from Be...  | Read.. 
New home just a click away
Looking out for a house or a rented apartment would no more be an uphi...  | Read.. 
Parents to head back to classes
The Tata Steel sports department is now contemplating to hold seminars...  | Read.. 
Jusco mulls better civic amenties for residents
Jamshedpur Utilities Services Company (Jusco) has started providing qualit...  | Read.. 
School van operators call off strike
School van and autorickshaw drivers today called off their two-day str...  | Read.. 
Fatal ride to kin’s place
The plan to visit a relative’s place in the morning to evade the scorc...  | Read.. 
Spurious milk stench spills into homes
Think twice before consuming cream milk. ...  | Read.. 
Scrap kingpin shot dead by accomplice
Thirty-two-year-old Joginder Singh, alias Bittu, was killed under myst...  | Read.. 
Oil boom boon for mining cradle
International and national oil exploration and production boom has had a r...  | Read.. 
MBA aspirants cry for exposure
Ranchi University management students rue that the lack of infrastruct...  | Read.. 
Reporters in school uniform
School students would soon be spotted donning the reporter’s garb to f...  | Read.. 
Cops’ meet on red menace
An inter-state meeting on Naxalism was held at the Circuit House here ...  | Read.. 
CM flags off drive
Chief minister Madhu Koda today flagged off the “Bharat Nirman Jan Suc...  | Read.. 
65-lakh loot at Deogharbank
A group of youths looted Rs 65 lakh from the Deoghar branch of Syndicate B...  | Read.. 
Doubts over Germany trip benefits
Hannover Messe — the world’s largest trade fair — has virtually mesmer...  | Read..