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Sunday , December 30 , 2012
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Candle in every lane to seek justice

As the culprits in the gang rape of the 23-year-old in Delhi faced murder charges after the victimís death on Saturday, the seething anger of protesters in the capital found an echo in Jamshedpur where a womenís group vowed to light candles until the guilty were served capital punishment....   | Read..

Munda nod for eight roads

Chief minister Arjun Munda today gave his nod for completion and repair of eight roads across the state at an expense of...   | Read..

PCs for rural students

Girls in rebel hit pockets of East Singhbhum can now look forward to being tech-savvy thanks to some second-hand compute...   | Read..

Steel city in full bloom

Steel city Jamshedpur laid bare its softer side today with the inauguration of the 24th annual flower show hosted jointl...   | Read..

Arsenic cleansing claim

An US-based firm has held out hope for places like Sahebganj in the state where the water is known to be high in arsenic...   | Read..
Members of All India Sikh Studentsí Federation hang effigies of the Delhi gang rape accused in Jamshedpur on Saturday. Picture by Bhola Prasad
Flight Timings
Traders ire over e-permits
The state commercial taxes department today declared that e-permits for transporting merchandis...  | Read.. 
Glare on unlicensed autos
The city traffic police today cracked down on auto-rickshaws plying without permits on Ranchiís...  | Read.. 

Diktat to ensure safety of women

Chief minister Arjun Munda today directed the state police to install ...   | Read..