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Friday , February 22 , 2013
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Just beat it

The two-day Bharat Bandh called by 11 trade unions cost the nation thousands of crores. Noida, Kerala, Karnataka, Tripura, Odisha, even Bihar saw stray violence and worse. But Jharkhandis have been sensible, refusing to let the bandh paralyse normal life and even welcoming Bhojpuri stars for Celebri...   | Read..

Making a pitch for Keenan revival

If Ranchi has become an elite cricket address, thanks to JSCA’s international stadium, can Jamshedpur be far behind?...   | Read..

Citizens, students sow gripe to reap road repair

Call it Ranchi’s pothole farm....   | Read..

Women’s college classrooms crumbling

The classrooms of the tribal languages department of Ranchi Women’s College, one of the oldest cradles in the state, are cryi...   | Read..

Tribal treasures on record

The unwritten world of tribal folklore will soon find its way into hard volumes, thanks to a compilation being put together b...   | Read..
Actor Manoj Tiwari, who came in Ranchi on Thursday to drum up support for Bhojpuri Dabanggs, doesn’t have any bandh blues, flanked by two lovely reas ...  | Read
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Flight Timings
Undaunted by tragedy, Arunima is aiming high
If mountains could talk, the world’s tallest peak, Mt Everest, would probably have congratulated thi...  | Read.. 
Emphasis on women safety
Increased patrolling, more police presence and a crackdown on eve-teasers — Ranchi is set to get saf...  | Read.. 

Language day draws few takers

International Mother Tongue Day was celebrated in Ranchi on Thursday, unsu...   | Read..

Platform for ideas at Union Club and Library

Ranchi’s Union Club and Library is ready to take a plunge in the world of i...   | Read..

Trader murder earns citizen ire

The abduction and murder of Ranchi industrialist Gyan Chand Jain is a fresh...   | Read..

2 mishap victims die in hospitals

Two persons who were undergoing treatment after sustaining injuries in sepa...   | Read..

Heart-felt Bengali crusade holds up traffic

More than 600 members of socio-cultural outfit Aamra Bangali on Thursday to...   | Read..

Geeky route to command over English

No, there are no aprons in an English lab, only integrated headphones and w...   | Read..

Police archery meet debuts

Ranchiites are no strangers to the exploits of state archers. They will now...   | Read..

Inter exam stares at absent staff

On Friday, 21,439 intermediate examinees of East Singhbhum across 24 centre...   | Read..

Steel city ready for women’s T20 ties

Cricket will no longer be a gentleman’s game. At least in Jamshedpur....   | Read..

MLAs raided in RS poll row

CBI today conducted searches at the homes of five MLAs over 13 locatio...   | Read..

Right to education still a distant reality

A survey among 120 schools of 18 districts of Jharkhand has revealed h...   | Read..

Tabs on roads

Governor Syed Ahmed has approved his advisory council’s decision to en...   | Read..

State joins move to protect workers

The Centre today inked a memorandum of understand (MoU) with four stat...   | Read..

Centre nod to power project

The Centre’s cabinet committee on investment has approved the setting ...   | Read..

Study tour ends in bus mishap

Nineteen students and a teacher from a Bengal school were injured when...   | Read..