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Runway expansion landlocked again
Missing deadlines is a habit for Jharkhand. And the latest casualty is Birsa Munda Airport....  | Read.. 
 
Jubilee Park lighted in memory
A magic button brought Jubilee Park alive, as thousands of fairy lights twinkled in memory of industrialist and visionar...  | Read.. 
 
Truck drives car off bridge, engineer dead
A 40-year-old engineer was killed and his brother-in-law injured when their car collided head-on with a truck, nosedived 20f...  | Read.. 
 
Games menu jogs catering careers to the fast track
They spiced up the Games menu, and in return got a winning edge to their careers. ...  | Read.. 
 
 
It’s swish versus sting
Spring is literally buzzing in the air, thanks to mosquitoes. ...  | Read.. 
 
A man dressed as Lord Shiva takes part in a procession near Albert Ekka Chowk on the occasion of Shivratri in Ranchi on Wednesday. Picture by Hardeep ...  | Read
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Dharna threat to De Nobili over results
The new academic session of De Nobili Group of Schools is slated to start on March 7, but no re...  | Read.. 
NGO threatens strike against hiked land rates
Jan Kalyan Morcha, a social organisation, has threatened to launch an agitation soon to protest...  | Read.. 
 
Protest, snag hit trains
A technical snag and an agitation affected train services in the Ch...  | Read.. 
Blood camp by BITians
BIT-Sindri students responded generously once again to the call for ‘l...  | Read.. 
Six shops razed in capital
The district administration today demolished six business establishmen...  | Read.. 
Chas workers call off strike, clean up starts
Satisfied with their talks with Chas municipality executive officer B....  | Read.. 
Stay schools for special boys
There’s joy in store for deaf and mute children in Jharkhand. ...  | Read.. 
Varsity mulls college swap
Inspired by the model followed by a number of western institutions, Ra...  | Read.. 
Kolhan’s lone law cradle faces closure
New Delhi-based Bar Council of India (BCI) has not yet issued an affil...  | Read.. 
Champai in hospital
Tribal welfare and transport minister Champai Soren was admitted to Ta...  | Read.. 
Efforts to revamp PDS
The state is planning to strengthen the public distribution system (PD...  | Read.. 
Marandi wants Games probe
JVM president Babulal Marandi today demanded a judicial inquiry into t...  | Read.. 
‘Begging’ bowl out for hand pumps
A “begging” social activist has finally made the district officials si...  | Read.. 
LPG subsidy in place, says govt
The state government today clarified that the price of LPG cylinders m...  | Read.. 
4 players fail dope test
Four medallists of the 34th National Games — all belonging to Haryana — h...  | Read.. 
Blackout after snag in TVNL
Large parts of the state today plunged into darkness after a unit at T...  | Read.. 
Coaches not happy with quality at trials
The number of trainees queuing up for Sports Authority of India’s (SAI...  | Read.. 
Team returns after win
In 1983, the world saw India scripting its name in the pages of histor...  | Read.. 
Tiger dies at Birsa zoo
Salim will never roar again. ...  | Read.. 
Deaths fail to deter cartridge hunters
Villagers from Sitagarha, Pauhta, Merhetta, Berhampur, Dhawaiya and Ch...  | Read.. 
Drying dam makes way for farmhouse
A farmhouse next to a reservoir may sound bizarre. But with Charwa’s water...  | Read.. 
Land losers stall coal production
Angry over Steel Authority of India Limited’s unkept rehabilitation pr...  | Read..