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Thursday , June 30 , 2011
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Cane teacher faces the axe
Left red in the face by the cane antics of an “untrained” teacher, Beldih Church School today went on a damage control overdrive, promising to dismiss her and introduce a slew of measures, including anger management classes for mentors, to save the ...  | Read.. 
Now, a private zoo on campus
The capital’s clandestine love affair with animals is almost habitually coming out in the open, leaving forest officials...  | Read.. 
Steel fortress is poll-fatigued
Four Lok Sabha elections in seven years, including two bypolls, and Jamshedpur is feeling the pangs....  | Read.. 
Campaign jigs to Bollywood beats
Vote barbaad na ho jaye, banchalon yaaron, dil se dabana button, karna hai humko jatan, kanghi chhap mein hi vote dabaa d...  | Read.. 
Game up for ‘rebel’ levy gang, 4 in net
Four youths trying to extort Rs 10 lakh from a city businessman by impersonating rebels were tailed for over two months ...  | Read.. 
Beldih Church School in Jamshedpur on Wednesday. Picture by Bhola Prasad
School to bear students’ medical costs
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Forces bust rebel camp in Saranda
After a three-day-long operation, police and paramilitary forces today succeeded in busting a N...  | Read.. 
Engineer letter hints at scam
Over 50 per cent of MGNREGS funds meant for the district is being misappropriated by government off...  | Read.. 
Rattled BJP targets JVM
An apparently disconcerted BJP today heaped scorn on JVM candidate Ajo...  | Read.. 
CM leaves hotel before deadline
Chief minister Arjun Munda today checked out of a hotel because of ele...  | Read.. 
Mad rush at close
Bikes, flags and blaring loudspeakers took centre stage on the last da...  | Read.. 
State hikes stone price for sturdy wells
The government has raised prices of stones — used in construction of w...  | Read.. 
Waste electricity, pay penalty
The next time you leave fans, lights and computers switched on at the ...  | Read.. 
Hope dims for review candidates
Even a second chance is proving to be a dampener or so it seems. ...  | Read.. 
Staff crunch hits results
Poor infrastructure in state-run schools coupled with shortage of teac...  | Read.. 
PIL seeks CBI probe into BCCL scam
A public interest litigation was today at Jharkhand High Court, see...  | Read.. 
7 arrested for cheating in exam
Over 60 students of Bokaro Women’s Polytechnic College protested outsi...  | Read.. 
Sand quarrying bar hits villages
Delay in awarding sand quarrying leases is making life difficult for d...  | Read.. 
Panel rejig amid boycott
The Ranchi Municipal Corporation (RMC) today reconstituted its four ad...  | Read.. 
Hazaribagh doctors face transfers
North Chotanagpur commissioner Nitin Madan Kulkarni’s intervention tod...  | Read.. 
Centre largesse for civic amenities
Adityapur in adjoining Seraikela-Kharsawan district can look forward t...  | Read.. 
JVM van kills 5-yr-old
A five-year-old boy was killed in a freak accident involving a JVM cam...  | Read.. 
State snub for dying wood craft
The state’s once flourishing wood and bamboo crafts, which gave some t...  | Read.. 
Legal aid at hand for poor undertrials
Legal help is now at hand for inmates of Dhanbad district jail....  | Read.. 
Donors pool in for teen’s surgery
Generous donors have come to the rescue of a budding karate champ who ...  | Read.. 
Hopes on CM to revive new polytechnic plans
An ambitious plan, drawn up in 2006, to set up as many as seven polyte...  | Read.. 
Boulevard dishes out biryani delights
They say no one cooks biryani better than the Hyderabadis. No w...  | Read.. 
Green laurels for Tata plant
When it comes to caring for the greens, there is no stopping the Tatas. ...  | Read.. 
Meet on surrogacy
The legislature will have to delve into various issues like morality a...  | Read.. 
Ranchi waits for Thai treats
For those who think that Thai food is all about lemongrass and red cur...  | Read..