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Friday , July 12 , 2013

E-waste, the infinite enemy

Ask the owner of any mobile phone shop in Ranchi about electronic waste management and he will give you a blank stare. So will the capital’s civic guardians and most officials at Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB), the regulatory body that has greater onus of enforcing zero e-garbage...   | Read..

Stick for student carriers

The Dhanbad district transport department on Thursday cracked down on over a dozen vehicles ferrying schoolchildren but braze...   | Read..

Arms and the businessmen

Last month’s murder of Golmuri rice trader Vinod Agarwal has amplified the sustained clamour for guns in the paranoid busi...   | Read..

Murder ‘trail’ to Bihar

In a fresh development in the Vinod Agarwal murder case, police on Thursday picked up a suspect, who some say may be one of t...   | Read..

Miserly monsoon raises deficit

The rainfall loss in Jharkhand has touched a worrying 30 per cent, with 22 of its 24 districts registering acute precipitatio...   | Read..
Holy munch : An assortment of fruits up for grabs in Dhatkidih on Thursday, the first day of the holy month of Ramazan. (Animesh Sengupta)
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Ancient India flanks highway
Rocks and boulders in quaint formations along a highway are perhaps so common in our country that mo...  | Read.. 
15 buses, 2 new routes
Commuters can look forward to avail the services of 15 repaired JNNURM-sponsored city buses as well ...  | Read.. 

Ranchi station review

The new general manager of South Eastern Railway (SER), G.C. Agarwal will c...   | Read..

Cold weapon for Jusco vector war

Tata Steel subsidiary Jusco has upgraded its arsenal against mosquitoes. ...   | Read..

Small family, happy family

Family planning emerged the top theme during World Population Day celebrati...   | Read..

Hotwar invites budding artistes

This weekend, far from the political hurly-burly, Jharkhand’s young artiste...   | Read..

Third eye on eve campus

Ranchi Women’s College is the latest entrant to the student safety club....   | Read..

Substation to end power pangs

Days of power cuts and loadshedding will soon be over for those residing on...   | Read..

Valuable lessons to study in the US

“How many of you have heard about Fulbright-Nehru scholarship?”...   | Read..

CIMFR inks mining pact with south firm

Central Institute for Mining and Fuel Research (CIMFR) has a new task in ha...   | Read..

Accident spurs helmet drive

Police intensified their helmet checking drive on Ranchi streets on Thursda...   | Read..

Combing for SP killers

Jharkhand director-general of police (DGP) Rajiv Kumar today said Maoi...   | Read..

Rebel fort falls in Latehar

Maoist hotbed Rajwar hills in Kumandi forests, around 50km from Lateha...   | Read..

‘Worst govt’

The proposed JMM-led government to be formed with the help of the Cong...   | Read..

Police face flak for girl death

The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) today p...   | Read..