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Friday , May 22 , 2015

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Two families to join India ka Tyohaar

India is a land of festivals. And, the grandest of ‘em all is unmistakably the IPL. A great unifier for eight seasons now, the premier league has come to Ranchi with...   | Read..

Fair weather for fab game

Weathermen have good news for cricket fans.   | Read..

Glide up station escalator by year-end

There's good news for people who hate lugging strolleys up flights of stairs to go from one platform to another.   | Read..

Sudha milk on curdling spree in capital

Ranchi homemaker Shalini Mishra has been serving her family khoya and paneer for breakfast, lunch and dinner for days. Asked why, Mishra said she was recycling curdled milk.   | Read..

Mayoral hopefuls bank on families

It's the family that stands by one through thick and thin.   | Read..

DOB googly, by post office

If date of birth mentioned in post office passbooks in Ranchi is anything to go by, every adult who opened an account before December 15, 2014, was born on February 29, 1960!   | Read..

Backward districts in front

The state clocked a pass percentage of 81.36 in this year's intermediate arts exam, the figure being around 1.6 per cent less than that of last year, but propped less...   | Read..

Health minister visits 'new-leaf' heal hub

State-run RIMS in Ranchi was finally able to extract a smile from state health minister Ramchandra Chandravanshi on Thursday.   | Read..

Cong lands blow on BJP

The state Congress this morning displayed a show of strength - a rare achievement for the party in the doldrums in recent times - when around 5,000-odd supporters choked...   | Read..

Sublease anomalies in report

A special committee, looking into Tata Steel's adherence of sublease clauses while leasing out land to others, submitted its report to the state government today, having...   | Read..

Tree triggers power crisis

Many parts of the state plunged into darkness today since afternoon after a tree fell on the main transmission line near Chandil, triggering trippings at Patratu Thermal...   | Read..

Wise babu to governor's aid

Outgoing North Chotanagpur Commissioner Surendra Singh Meena, who has now been appointed as principal secretary to new governor Droupadi Murmu, said higher education would...   | Read..

Maoist ammo seized in Gumla

A huge cache of ammunition was recovered from Palkot area of Gumla district following an encounter with Maoists yesterday. Though no arrest was made, bloodstains scattered...   | Read..

Rajni's human love, too much of a good thing

She was born wild, but now she likes the company of the two-legged better than her own kind. And, therein lies the rub.   | Read..

3 feared dead in mine cave-in

At least three persons are feared killed and one is injured in an abandoned CCL mine collapse in Giridih this morning, prompting the district administration to initiate...   | Read..

Seraikela the best in Kolhan, girls rule

The intermediate arts results brought both shame and shock to East Singhbhum district, which is at the bottom of the table not only in Kolhan region, but across the state.   | Read..

CM lessons for HRD officials

Chief minister Raghubar Das today did some tough talking to stress on the need for improving the standard of education at government-run schools while pulling up officials...   | Read..
A joint team of CRPF jawans and Bokaro police found a 20kg can bomb, which had "the...   | Read..
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