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Since 1st March, 1999
Thank god for live TV!
For residents here, the television set was their best friend, as the cloud cover made it difficult to enjoy the total solar eclipse....  | Read.. 
Spectacle casts spell on science
The sun played hide-and-seek behind the clouds as people gathered to watch the longest solar eclipse of the 21st century. ...  | Read.. 
Delhi techie survives girlfriend’s stab-and-kill plot
Bokaro police today arrested two contract killers, who had stabbed a Delhi-based software engineer several times all over hi...  | Read.. 
AICTE blow to tech cradle
Adityapur-based National Institute of Technology (NIT) received a jolt today as All India Council for Technical Educatio...  | Read.. 
Archer short of Olympics call
Gold medallist Deepika too young for first edition of youth games in Singapore

Contrary to popular belief, here is a girl who wouldn’t mind being called older than she appears. ...  | Read.. 
The glorious diamond ring visible at Palamau on Wednesday morning. “It was completely dark for about three minutes around 6.30am. Birds stopped chirping as the moon cast its shadow over the sun on the Daltonganj sky. It was a bit cooler as well,” said D.S. Shrivastava, retired professor of GLA College in Daltonganj, who is also the secretary of state chapter of Nature Conservation Society. Daltonganj experienced a 100 per cent eclipse, the best in the state. Picture by Saikat Chatterjee
Thank god for live TV!
Hello It's Thursday , July 23 , 2009
Flight Timings
Two Sabars killed over land dispute
Two Sabars were killed and two were seriously injured when a gang of eight persons, including a wom...  | Read.. 
Smart buses for steel city
City buses are slated to receive a fund boost under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal...  | Read.. 
Van strike called off
School-van owners today called off their two-day strike, promising to ...  | Read.. 
Bandh evokes mixed reaction
The rebel-sponsored bandh in Jharkhand to protest against rise in pric...  | Read.. 
Razi pat, cash for schools
On his last day at office, outgoing Jharkhand Governor Syed Sibtey Raz...  | Read.. 
Now, cheap Internet at hand
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), along with Novatium Solutions Pri...  | Read.. 
BCCL goes ahead with Jharia plan
Taking the Jharia rehabilitation drive a step forward, the Bharat Coking C...  | Read.. 
Tech cradle cancels vacation
First-year BTech students of BIT Sindri may have to put off Durga Puja...  | Read.. 
Students faint after ragging, road blocked
Unable to cope with ragging, three students of Women’s Polytechnic Col...  | Read.. 
Robbers strike at trader house
A gang of five armed robbers struck at the house of a businessman near Bir...  | Read.. 
Medics demand affiliation
Over 200 Government Pharmacy Institute students today ransacked the ca...  | Read.. 
Gun-battle breaks bandh peace
Simdega Police today claimed to have killed six Maoists in an encounte...  | Read.. 
Nabard aid for rural women
First handmade herbal soaps, now women of Hurlung will learn to make l...  | Read.. 
Teen recalls US lessons
An 18-year-old resident of Ghatotand, Ramgarh district, who recently r...  | Read.. 
Focus on bravery awards
Indian Council for Child Welfare (ICCW) has sought the help of State Bal ...  | Read.. 
Tiger couple arrive at Birsa zoo
For four long years Salim had to live all by himself. But not anymore,...  | Read.. 
Yoga experts impress capital
Yoga experts from across the continent put up a vibrant display of pow...  | Read.. 
Ranchi on Asian sport radar
Jharkhand is now a strong contender for hosting some of the events of the ...  | Read.. 
Xavier’s connects to 5000 companies
Applying to companies of your choice couldn’t have been easier....  | Read.. 
Now, art gallery at Ranchi GPO
In Jamshedpur, post offices are offering gold, while in Ranchi, post o...  | Read.. 
Pilgrims stuck in ropeway for 2hrs
Pilgrims on board the ropeway at Trikut hills near Deoghar, were stuck...  | Read.. 
Fire on NH-33
The wellbeing of the state’s lifeline, the Ranchi-Patna Highway (NH-33...  | Read..