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Many takers for state tech cradle pie
Several reputed private organisations running educational institutions from Bengal, Maharashtra and the South have expressed their willingness to take up Jharkhand’s offer of adopting as many as 37 state-owned engineering colleges and polytechnics ...  | Read.. 
 
ON REVAMP TRACKS
The Chakradharpur railway division is working overtime to make Tatanagar, coping with 35 pairs of trains and a daily rush of 40,000 people, more passenger-friendly...  | Read.. 
 
Road workers trapped in Leh
Six district administrations in Santhal Pargana region are clueless about hundreds of migratory workers who haven’t cont...  | Read.. 
 
Scam glare on Kolhan V-C
Raj Bhavan today issued a showcause to Kolhan University vice-chancellor Father Beni Ekka while finance officer Vijay Ku...  | Read.. 
 
 
Friendly Tatanagar proposes toast to passengers
Chakradharpur railway division draws up decongestion blueprint for A-category station

The Chakradharpur railway division is working overtime to make Tatanagar, coping with 35 pairs of trains and a daily rush of ...  | Read.. 
 
Students participate in a programme to mark Vriksha Suraksha Divas at Kerala Public School in Kadma on Friday. Picture by Bhola Prasad
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RU colleges offering geology lack teachers
Geology departments in constituent colleges of Ranchi University are gasping for breath — two t...  | Read.. 
500 protest
Lighting up traditional kerosene lamps in front of a picture of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gan...  | Read.. 
 
Power hope for dark villages
More than 300 villages groping in the dark can hope for illuminated ni...  | Read.. 
Save the girl child
Governor M.O.H. Farook today stressed the need for social awareness t...  | Read.. 
Pahan pushed into tight spot
Maoist zonal commander Kundan Pahan, who has established a reign of te...  | Read.. 
Drought survey by central team
A three-member central team to survey drought conditions in East and W...  | Read.. 
Munda kin killed in road mishap
A relative of former chief minister Arjun Munda died after being hit by a ...  | Read.. 
Strike cripples healthcare
Wracked by labour pain, Saira Parveen (23) of Azadnagar was brought in...  | Read.. 
16 schools for disabled
The state has addressed 6,500 cases out of 7,000 complaints lodged by ...  | Read.. 
Bishop’s School soccer champs
A heavy downpour could hardly wash away the excitement and determinati...  | Read.. 
Chatra worst hit by drought
Director of National Horticulture Board Bijay Kumar, who is heading th...  | Read.. 
CAG salvo at state
A Comptroller and Auditor General’s (CAG) report has punctured holes i...  | Read.. 
Young India Inc backs needy kids
More than 400 underprivileged students across 40 schools from the stee...  | Read.. 
A sporting high for 4000 students
Budding sportspersons from steel city schools will be kept occupied fo...  | Read..