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Friday , January 4 , 2013
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Historic strike on ‘headless’ campus

Around 800 employees of BIT-Mesra launched an indefinite strike from Thursday, in what is being seen as the biggest campus protest that has blown the lid off serious administrative lacunae for the first time in the premier deemed university’s 58-year-old history....   | Read..

Jamshedpur opens third eye to nail molesters

Criminals targeting women at public places in Jamshedpur will soon be under surveillance with the government planning to make...   | Read..

Rail job spurred father murder

The greed to bag a railway job on compassionate grounds prompted an unemployed son to hire contract killers to shoot dead his...   | Read..

Kitchen fire lens on LPG rogues

A young homemaker in Adityapur received serious burns when an “unauthorised” cooking gas cylinder caught fire on Thursday mor...   | Read..

A library that labours on

No cash flow, dearth of members and inadequate infrastructure have spelt doom for Rukmani Bhavan in Hazaribagh...   | Read..
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Historic strike on ‘headless’ campus
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