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First salute to vehicle security

Car-lifters beware. Ranchi is armed to tackle misuse of vehicles....   | Read..
 

Parent traps greedy school clerk in vigilance net

For once, we can proudly say complaint begets action in our Jharkhand. ...   | Read..
 

Dusty car with bullets seized

An unclaimed hatchback ó bearing the registration number of Delhi ó was seized from Old HB Road in Ranchi on Tuesday after tw...   | Read..
 

City can expect cleaner trains

Soon, Howrah-Barbil Janshatabdi Express and a couple of other trains passing through Tatanagar will be cleaner than usual, th...   | Read..
 
 

Pad up for fever pitch, IPL style

The curtains may have come down on season five of the Indian Premier League (IPL), but the cricketainment continues for those...   | Read..
 
A sweet shop, which along with other food outlets in Bokaro, will have to apply for licence by August 7. (Pankaj Singh)
Bokaro traders fear officialsí free reign in new regulations
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After the dayís work, work on your career
If you have been working for at least three years and are eyeing your managerís chair with barely co...  | Read.. 
Food licence tastes bitter
Restaurant owners and vendors in Bokaro are upset with the district health departmentís diktat to ap...  | Read.. 
 

Farmerís pond makes big ripples

He has never seen the portals of an agriculture college, but that did ...   | Read..

Saas-bahu wars spice up dull rural bypoll

Kitchen politics on television is a yawn. Tune in to Jharkhandís rural...   | Read..

Defection hits JVM, BJP gains

JVM central executive committee member Nirbhay Singh today returned to...   | Read..

Purulia team to chase Seraikela herd

The forest department has decided to retain a team of elephant chasers...   | Read..

Chew! Giridih splurges Rs 3.6 crore a month on gutka

A Giridih youth who was diagnosed with oral cancer last December had never...   | Read..

Jugaad drives illegal mining

Residents of villages in Chutupalu valley have mastered the illegal cr...   | Read..

MLA glare on tribal killings

JVM office-bearers led by Maheshpur legislator Mistry Soren yesterday ...   | Read..

Restaurant kitchens to mop up or face music

It is the time-tested formula of carrot first, stick later. ...   | Read..

Haryana gang behind carjackings

The gang that masterminded and executed the hijacking of three vehicles on ...   | Read..

Engineering tops student wish list

As they say teaching is a noble profession, but surely not lucrative enough...   | Read..

BIT convocation on June 3 at Mesra

Come June 3, the prestigious Birla Institute of Technology (BIT) at Mesra w...   | Read..

Educate moms to save girls

It may or may not be the Satyameva Jayate effect, but it appears tha...   | Read..

Court relief in practicals dispute

Jharkhand High Court has come to the rescue of 34 students of J.J. Gandhi I...   | Read..

Three survive cylinder blast

Three teenagers had a miraculous escape when an LPG cylinder exploded in th...   | Read..

Global screen for tribal art film

A forester by profession, a crusader for dying tribal art forms by choice....   | Read..

Cricket runs out soccer

Exit football, enter cricket. ...   | Read..

Athelete turns footballer

Seraikelaís M. Rahul Raj was destined to shine in athletics. He was young, ...   | Read..