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Thursday , January 30 , 2014

Protocol trauma for raped teen

Indiaís stronger anti-rape laws in the wake of the Delhi gang rape have not managed to effectively help similar victims across the country because police stations havenít kept pace, a 15-year-old Ranchi girl found to her dismay....   | Read..

Two held for extortion bid

Two persons, who were trying to extort Rs 15 lakh from a Ranchi medicine shop owner by posing as Al-Qaeda terrorists, were a...   | Read..

Third eye for unsafe roads

Its crime graph soaring, Jamshedpur is going the Patna way to introduce electronic surveillance on its unsafe roads, but with...   | Read..

Student killed in highway mishap

A picnic trip turned tragic for a group of six youngsters when their auto was hit by a speeding bus on NH-33 at Chandil in Se...   | Read..

Delhiís pillar, Gumlaís pride

On the Qutub Minar complex in Delhi stands a short, seven-metre iron pillar from the Gupta age that towers over modern skyscr...   | Read..
A replica of Chhota Bheem is all set to woo children at Birsa Munda Park in Nawadih, Dhanbad, on Wednesday. Picture by Gautam Dey
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Learn to say bonjour or hola at Rs 6,000 less....  | Read.. 
Tech tab on mobile medical fleet
Mobile Medical Units, the hi-tech hospitals on wheels, can no longer fake their presence in or visit...  | Read.. 

Ranchi lad lends voice to NaMo ringtone

Narendra Modi will owe at least a teeny-weeny portion of his success to a J...   | Read..

MP turns life coach for youngsters

Students of Graduate School College for Women in Sakchi got lessons for lif...   | Read..

Varsity role in BEd entry

In a bid to maintain transparency, Kolhan University has decided to central...   | Read..

Smooth ride on NH-33

Commuters frequenting the NH-33 stretch between Ranchi and Jamshedpur can n...   | Read..

Bronze for state in roll ball national

A splendid show in league stage helped Jharkhand Under-17 boys clinch a bro...   | Read..

Lawn bowl camp in Ranchi

Jharkhand lawn bowlers will enjoy home advantage at the selections for the ...   | Read..

Cry for fence to ward off lake polluters

A leisurely walk along Ranchi Lake leads to more annoyance than pleasure, t...   | Read..

School children at risk of accident

Road widening work in Harmu area has claimed a passenger shed besides Sahaj...   | Read..

Rules for VVIPs, not aam aadmi

The state capital is perhaps the only place in the country where commoners ...   | Read..

Heal hub at festival venue

A 30-bed community health centre is likely to come up at Doranda grounds in...   | Read..

Market ouster protest

More than 300 shopkeepers of Purana Bazar area staged a dharna-cum-public m...   | Read..

Jamtara gets national pat

The Union ministry of rural development has selected Jamtara di...   | Read..

43 more in job scam

Forty-three more names have cropped up in the Bokaro steel recruitment...   | Read..

CRPF cover for Konar

The picturesque Konar Dam located in Maoist-hit Vishnugarh block of Ha...   | Read..

CESCís word for workers

Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation (CESC), which has been granted po...   | Read..

ED heat on Sahiís ex-aide

Uma Shankar Malviya who once enjoyed clout in the power corridor as of...   | Read..