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Thursday , October 4 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Heal hub freed of tobacco menace

Jusco succeeded where the district administration failed....   | Read..

Drug-rob gangs get smart, RPF on toes

The RPF may boast a perfect 10 as far as busting train crime in Ranchi is concerned, but drug-and-rob gangs are getting smart...   | Read..

Murder grounds oil tankers, fuels crisis

The steel city’s transport lifeline may soon run dry with oil tanker operators launching an indefinite strike from Wednesday...   | Read..

When death parts, love gets embossed on gold medal

She taught what made human beings tick. He taught how atoms and molecules behaved or misbehaved. But though their subjects we...   | Read..

Bhushan, Ispat pacts scrapped

Chief minister Arjun Munda today ordered scrapping of six more MoUs, which could have translated to investments to the t...   | Read..
Students of BSS Women’s College and SSLNT Women’s College rally in Dhanbad on Wednesday to express their solidarity with acid attack victim Sonali M ...  | Read
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Luck by chance in admission rush
Parents of little ones seeking admission in Jamshedpur schools better have a prayer on their lips, f...  | Read.. 
Age toll on aspirants
For 26 youths who put aside steady jobs and other career options to give wings to their dream o...  | Read.. 

Review sought of river deals

Deputy chief minister Sudesh Mahto today demanded review of all old inter-...   | Read..

Myanmar link in Maoist arms haul

Police and investigating agencies have established a Myanmar link in s...   | Read..

Villagers watch out for jumbos

The forest department has pressed into service a task force of village...   | Read..

Speedy trial of rebel cases

East Singhbhum police today decided to bring cases involving Naxalites...   | Read..

Varun sets pace in disease battle

Loyola School is ready to bat a thousand thalassaemia beamers, thanks to a ...   | Read..

Curtains off trade fair today

Canvas India, the annual mega trade fair of Singhbhum Chamber of Commerce a...   | Read..

Real Murphys, Jhilmils cheer

Murphy Johnson is a prankster, Jhilmil Chatterjee is intense. Both Murphy a...   | Read..

Soccer season winds up with prizes

Curtains came down on McDowell’s Celebrations Jamshedpur Sporting Associati...   | Read..

Ranchi University on BPL student mission

Groaning under BPL berth pangs, Ranchi University will go into labour from...   | Read..

Station change likely for Maurya Express

Hatia’s loss may be Ranchi’s gain. ...   | Read..

Awadhi delights at BIT-Mesra

As many as 80 students of BIT-Mesra will cook up a storm, in true Awadhi st...   | Read..

Fresh seat increase proposal

The lone state-run medical college of the coal belt, Patliputra Medical Col...   | Read..

Armed bike gang strikes in Bokaro

A gang of bike-borne criminals robbed Rs 2.96 lakh after stopping a car nea...   | Read..

Soccer meet gets rolling

The Federation Cup was a missed. But state capital Ranchi has made sure tha...   | Read..

Women cops at pandals, liquor ban sought

Women constables at pandals, complete ban on sale of liquor, proper lightin...   | Read..

100 years of Hinoo Puja

In three weeks’ time, Hinoo Puja Committee of Ranchi will not only celebrat...   | Read..

Kurmali’s big-screen debut

Far away from Bollywood’s big Diwali dazzlers Jab Tak Hai Jaan and <...   | Read..

Dropout class gets XLRI friends

A big idea gets bigger with more like-minded backers. That’s what happened ...   | Read..