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6 children hurt in day of accidents
Eleven people, including six children on a poorly maintained school bus, were injured in three near-fatal mishaps that occurred within half an hour in Bokaro on Friday morning....  | Read.. 
 
Crimson tide drowns road of pride
The blood on Khel Gaon Road is refusing to dry up....  | Read.. 
 
Inhale fumes as vehicles play foul
Lungs are getting choked as Jamshedpur roads are increasingly clogged with vehicles, the results of a survey by Jharkhand Sta...  | Read.. 
 
Virtual link for global peace
The United Kingdom trekked close to 7,000km on Thursday to reach out schools in Jamshedpur with a warm message on faith and r...  | Read.. 
 
 
Tribal talent shines at Ranchi sports meet
For more than three-quarters of the 1,500m race, no one gave Suresh Munda a chance. ...  | Read.. 
 
The hired Rainbow Public School bus that collided with a truck in Bokaro on Friday. Picture by Pankaj Singh
6 children hurt in day of accidents
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 Bundles of joy made to arrive on ‘date of century
Bundles of joy made to arrive on ‘date of century’Anita Devi caresses her baby girl at Seva Sadan Nu ...Read.. 
Garden-fresh garnish on Continental platter
If you are a Simon and Garfunkel fan, you’ll hum to “parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme”. If you are ...  | Read.. 
 
JSCA names 24 for U-16 selection trials
The Jharkhand State Cricket Association on Friday named 24 probables, inclu...  | Read.. 
3 cheers for Anglo-Indians
The Jamshedpur unit of the All-India Anglo-Indian Association (AIAIA) has c...  | Read.. 
On puppy love & pimples
From a broken heart to skin breaking out in pimples, students of Kendriya V...  | Read.. 
Teachers bat for troubled teens
The rising tally of teen suicides in Ranchi has forced one of the city’s pr...  | Read.. 
4 PLFI members held in Ranchi
Four members of People’s Liberation Front of India (PLFI) were arrested la...  | Read.. 
Bypoll catch-22 for BJP
The Mandu by-election has placed the state BJP unit between the devil ...  | Read.. 
Centre also to blame, says CM
Arjun Munda today held the Centre equally responsible for lack of grow...  | Read.. 
Koda moves apex court to save seat
Madhu Koda filed an appeal in the Supreme Court today to contest Delhi...  | Read.. 
‘Lying’ escorts face probe
Departmental proceedings have been ordered against five policemen, inc...  | Read.. 
State cradle to train Jindal workers
Jindal Steel & Power Limited (JSPL) today inked an MoU with Jharkh...  | Read.. 
MP cries graft in govt plans
Godda MP Nishikant Dubey today said that corruption continued to rule ...  | Read.. 
BAU staff lock VC office over pay
Academic activities came to a grinding halt at Birsa Agriculture University...  | Read.. 
Police stations set to turn child-friendly
The state government’s attempt to sensitise the men in uniform about ways t...  | Read.. 
Ranchi town planner moves court
Suspended town planner of Ranchi Ram Kumar Singh filed a criminal writ peti...  | Read.. 
Ethics kick-start XLRI extravaganza
Ensemble, the three-day big-ticket XLRI fest, started on Friday on an ethic...  | Read.. 
Measles drive from Nov. 18
The state government, in association with Unicef, will begin its second pha...  | Read.. 
Interview call for cops-to-be
Over 1,200 candidates have been shortlisted to appear for interviews for th...  | Read.. 
Ventilator gang burgles gold & cash
A gang of burglars broke into the house of a businessman in Bhuiyandih in t...  | Read.. 
BJP protest against night train ban
The agitation for resuming night train services in the Howrah-Mumbai route ...  | Read.. 
Ragging report onus on state
After seeking details of the alleged ragging incident at Sainik School, Til...  | Read.. 
Karandih hospital to get incinerator
The East Singhbhum district health department will set up an incinerator at...  | Read..