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Since 1st March, 1999
When children question terror tales
Children are fascinated by tales of superheroes where ultimately good wins over evil. More so in today’s world where schools are forced to declare a holiday after a bomb scare. But happy endings only exist in fairytales and children are getting a ta...  | Read.. 
Bandh route for citizenship rights
The ghost of the domicile controversy, which rocked the state in 2002, is set to haunt Jharkhand....  | Read.. 
IPS officer to lead I-Day parade
A. Vijaya Lakshmi, a 2006 batch IPS probationer, will be leading the I-Day parade at Morabadi grounds where chief minist...  | Read.. 
Royal welcome for the Kinng!
Take a break from the desi version of Fear Factor and watch the khiladi in a new avatar. ...  | Read.. 
RMC assigns 1400cr to build capital
The Ranchi Municipal Corporation (RMC) board has assigned Rs 1,400 crore for schemes aimed to improve the sewerage, drai...  | Read.. 
The scare: DBMS English School got off early on July 31 after a bomb rumour. File picture
When children question terror tales
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Angry students lock RU dept
Students locked several postgraduate departments of Ranchi University for over half-an-hour thi...  | Read.. 
Sunday shopping to start soon
Prepare your shopping lists, soon you could shop on Sundays, too!...  | Read.. 
Autos on strike to end police ‘extortion’
The diesel auto association went on an indefinite strike from today to...  | Read.. 
Stardom for young talent
The little star is following the footsteps of the superstar. ...  | Read.. 
School for traumatised kids
Jharkhand education project council (JEPC) is running residential scho...  | Read.. 
Men on bikes open fire on JVM leader
Four motorbike-borne criminals shot at JVM state general-secretary Banna G...  | Read.. 
Single kitchen for schools
Taking a cue from Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, the district education dep...  | Read.. 
Bhuiyan acquitted in MV Act case of ’94
“Cases pending against me are glaring examples of the kind of oppressi...  | Read.. 
NIT pupils bag lucrative job offers
Jobs are raining at National Institute of Technology (NIT), Jamshedpur...  | Read.. 
Women cold to JSEB drive
The Jharkhand State Electricity Board’s initiative to rope in women to vis...  | Read.. 
JMM observes martyr’s day
As the steel city observed Nirmal Mahto’s 21st martyr day today, chief...  | Read.. 
Sacred school wins hearts at debate
It was the battle of six students for the best speaker award at Frank Anth...  | Read.. 
Mentors seek VC’s solution
Ranchi University Constituent Colleges Teachers’ Association (RUCCTA) ...  | Read.. 
Hi-tech vehicles lie idle
The state government had spent around Rs 1.5 crore to buy vehicles fit...  | Read.. 
Nancy’s sure to catch your fancy
Who wouldn’t want her? Nancy is fast, good looking and low maintenance. Sh...  | Read.. 
Techies to explore new areas
Techies of Dhanbad’s premiere mining institution planning to explore u...  | Read.. 
Canary hills planning tiger safari
A tiger and deer safari and lots more will soon be introduced at the f...  | Read..