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Sting spreads in districts
Mosquitoes have stung half a dozen districts of the state, with malaria cases surging in Godda, Pakur, Sahebganj, Dumka, Deoghar, West Singbhum, Simdega and Gumla. Officials, however, denied any deaths so far....  | Read.. 
 
Hot gas leak at Bokaro Steel scalds three
Three employees of Bokaro Steel have been severely burnt in an accident that occurred at the plant around 12.30am on Fri...  | Read.. 
 
Cycling medal hope hinges on outsiders
Jharkhand’s dreams of bagging several medals in cycling at the 34th National Games are looking more realistic....  | Read.. 
 
Teacher suicide
The body of a young woman teacher was found lying at her house in Green Valley on Old Purulia Road in Mango early this m...  | Read.. 
 
 
Friendship route to net rebel robber
Jawans in Naxalite-affected areas of Khunti and Ranchi are counting on community policing to trap rebel leader Kundan Pahan,...  | Read.. 
 
Women whizz down a soaked road in Dhanbad to escape mid-day showers that lashed the coal city on Friday. Picture by Gautam Dey
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John CusackYou are alert, intelligent and optimistic. You have an eye for craftsmanship. ...Read.. 
Wushu players look for arena
Wushu practitioners are in a fix. They have the finest quality of carpets and mattresses to pra...  | Read.. 
 
Wait for flood fury begins
A year passed since the Garua destroyed 15-odd villages in Godda but n...  | Read.. 
Priest on education mission
Seventy-one-year-old Spanish priest Jose Al Pharo has two missions in ...  | Read.. 
Channel shower on state capital
Small though it may appear, the state capital seems to be attracting s...  | Read.. 
Order to clear HEC rent
Jharkhand High Court today directed the state government to make arrears p...  | Read.. 
Track pact revival hope
Over a year after the validity of pacts expired, the state transport d...  | Read.. 
State trashes UTL dues claim
Reacting sharply to the threat of United Telecommunications Limited (U...  | Read.. 
Farming reaps harvest
Chandra Nath Bhagat of Sonedeepi village in Jharkhand has received the...  | Read.. 
Xavier’s declares entrance results
Results of the entrance examinations for admission to degree-level cou...  | Read.. 
Eve-teasing incident sparks protest
Residents of New Madhukam today laid siege on the Sukhdeonagar police stat...  | Read.. 
Notices sent to ministers
When it comes to rainwater harvesting, even the water resources minist...  | Read.. 
Bakery eyes Bengal market
Moreish bread, a name to reckon with in the state as far as bakery pro...  | Read.. 
Spiritual path to keep stress out
Stress is a part of several lives today. Some people took a break from...  | Read.. 
Gardens to keep birds away
Soon the Birsa Munda Airport in Ranchi and its surrounding areas will ...  | Read.. 
Contract farming: A success story
Chandra Nath Bhagat of Sonedeepi village in Jharkhand has received the...  | Read.. 
Channel shower on capital
Small though it may appear, the state capital seems to be attracting s...  | Read.. 
IOA seeks minister rank for officials
Off the field records might well surpass the sportspersons’ heroics in...  | Read.. 
Three die in freak accidents
Three persons were killed and several others injured in separate road mish...  | Read.. 
Local talents join Tommy
Little did Piuli Konar and Deepshekhar Mukherjee realise that they wou...  | Read.. 
Zoo makeover for animal safety
The recent escape of four gharials into the Subernarekha has prompted ...  | Read.. 
Mentors welcome green lessons
It was study-time exclusively meant for teachers. And from their react...  | Read..