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Tuesday , June 21 , 2011
 
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Simian trio caged, lens on guardian
Three of the five monster primates are in prison and their foster father is facing a notice for gross violation of the wildlife act. ...  | Read.. 
 
Reservoir swells to danger mark
The rain may have bid adieu for the time being, but not the spectre of flood....  | Read.. 
 
Capital streets choke on garbage
Come rain. Come stink. ...  | Read.. 
 
A girl named grit
She’s the state medical entrance topper with an unusual distinction. She took three years to reach the top and has made four...  | Read.. 
 
 
Been there, done that
Tanmaya Kumar Singh no longer needs an introduction....  | Read.. 
 
The monkeys being taken to Birsa zoo by forest officials on Monday as Sajal Chakraborty looks on. (Prashant Mitra)
Simian trio caged, lens on guardian
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Dhanbad scanner on USG machines
A district health department team led by civil surgeon Sashi Bhushan Prasad today raided two ho...  | Read.. 
Battle between guards at DVC
It is a proposed change of guard that has raised hackles. ...  | Read.. 
 
Gender equality wins in state entrance
Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (JCECEB) tod...  | Read.. 
Goal in sight for women
The fairer sex can now look forward to bend it like Beckham on the ste...  | Read.. 
Lake suffers state amnesia to Centre sop
Ranchi Lake will perhaps weep in frustration if it ever meets Pushkar ...  | Read.. 
Over to virus after rain
After the generosity of the rain god, comes the curse....  | Read.. 
UGC research fund leaves professors cold
Five universities, 87 colleges and just 67 research proposals presente...  | Read.. 
Constable killed
A constable was killed and four others were injured when a police patr...  | Read.. 
Hell outdoors, no help indoors
Over 48 hours of incessant rain and the consequent rise in water level...  | Read.. 
Order to track criminals
Police officers in the South Chotanagpur range have been asked to trac...  | Read.. 
National team at Marwari College
Marwari College hopes to make a good impression and get a better grade...  | Read.. 
State assures 200 acres for HC
The state government today informed Jharkhand High Court that it had “...  | Read.. 
Pregnant woman dies after operation
A 20-year-old pregnant woman died today after she was operated on by a...  | Read.. 
Principal suspended
Science and technology minister C.P. Choudhary today suspended and ...  | Read.. 
‘Cradles not good enough’
It doesn’t say much for medical colleges of the state when an aspirant...  | Read.. 
Sahay roots for Banna
It seems the Congress is banking heavily on Intuc-affiliated unions to sai...  | Read.. 
Get back to school
To make the Right to Education (RTE) Act a success, the East Singhbhum...  | Read.. 
Car park blow to arterial drain
Faulty groundwork of a major under-construction parking lot at Bistupu...  | Read.. 
Amway growth pat for state
A FMCG company has recorded huge growth in the state in the first five...  | Read.. 
Rain exposes JSEB crisis
A mighty monsoon has thrown down the gauntlet to a staff-starved po...  | Read.. 
Caste card at play
Friends have turned foes in the scramble for the all-important Kurmi v...  | Read.. 
Angara protests delay in foodgrain supply
The Re 1 per kg food scheme of the Arjun Munda government has come und...  | Read.. 
Army offer on Deogarh bridge
The Indian Army has offered to build a Bailey bridge over river Dharwa...  | Read.. 
School gift for Gumla tribals
The backyard of tribal icon Albert Ekka will soon nurture budding mind...  | Read..