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Maoist bandh ends with blasts in Giridih
Train services on the Howrah-Mumbai and Howrah-Delhi routes remained affected for the third consecutive day today as a 72-hour Maoist-sponsored bandh drew to a close amid three incidents of tracks being blown up — at Jasidih in Bihar and Parasnath i...  | Read.. 
 
Fuming farmers toss away tomatoes
In an unusual show of rage, farmers are destroying tomatoes to protest low prices and highlight the lack of cold storage...  | Read.. 
 
Red shadow on archery trials
Maoists scored a bullseye as the third and final day of their 72-hour bandh — that saw three blasts and maximum disrupti...  | Read.. 
 
DC steps in to stop March loot
The district administration has taken a firm step to curb the last-minute huge withdrawal of funds from the treasury at ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Diana dons Nidhi mantle
Labrador fills retired Doberman’s gap in Tatanagar RPF

She is beauty with brains. ...  | Read.. 
 
Girls play in the Raj Bhavan garden in Ranchi on Tuesday. Picture by Manik Bose
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Dept sits on Das order
Deputy chief minister Raghubar Das’s directive to the water resources department to submit deta...  | Read.. 
Multiple job offer on BIT Mesra platter
It’s the students’ turn to choose and pick now, as not one, but many jobs are at their disposal...  | Read.. 
 
Scientist calls for farmers’ panel
Eminent soil scientist and former executive director of MS Swaminathan Res...  | Read.. 
False fire alarms keep Ranchi officials on toes
The fire alarm at the Ranchi collectorate on Kutchery Road is ringing ...  | Read.. 
Auto cluster looks for expert advice
The auto component manufacturers in Adityapur who are part of the newl...  | Read.. 
Mishap kills one, spurs blockade
The cleaner of an autorickshaw was killed and the driver seriously inj...  | Read.. 
Upset students to boycott fest
Kolhan University’s maiden youth festival is set to witness some unrul...  | Read.. 
Ideas of steel that work at Tata
Trade apprentices and junior engineer trainees (JET) of Tata Steel hav...  | Read.. 
TAA cadets hopeful of podium finish
They are optimistic of winning tallies at the inaugural 2010 Summer Yo...  | Read.. 
State starts campaign in style
Jharkhand telecom circle made a confident start in the 8th All India B...  | Read.. 
Award for lensman
A senior officer of directorate general of mines safety (DGMS) has bro...  | Read.. 
HC pulls up officials over city bus delay
Dissatisfied with the tardy progress of work, Jharkhand High Court tod...  | Read.. 
Cases pile up at lokayukta office
The post of lokayukta, the highest institution in the state to investi...  | Read.. 
Snarls delay Kujju diversion
Frequent jams on the temporary diversion of NH-33 near Kujju has becom...  | Read.. 
Picnic zones to turn tourist hotspots
Tourists will soon have two more reasons for visiting Seraikela-Kharsa...  | Read..