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Wednesday , January 20 , 2016
 
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Freedom hill's tallest task

Size is all that'll matter this Saturday.   | Read..
 

Rapist ' mausa' arrested

A man, who had raped a four-year-old girl after dragging her out of her thatched roof home, was arrested on Tuesday morning with police revealing that the 35-year-old,...   | Read..
 

State hospital fountain in 'loodicrous' avatar

In 1960, the fawwara on the premises of then Rajendra Medical College and Hospital (RMCH) was like a fountain of hope for the ailing and their concerned kin. A canopy of...   | Read..
 

Cities suffer winter whims

Schoolgirls huddle under an umbrella and scurry for cover as surprise showers soak East Jail Road in Ranchi on Tuesday afternoon.   | Read..
 

JVM plans stir next month

The JVM central executive committee today resolved to flag off a statewide movement from Godda, the Assembly seat that fell vacant following the death of MLA Raghunandan...   | Read..
 

Shooter's wife bags top zilla parishad post

A last-minute agreement between two BJP legislators cleared the deck for Sushila Devi, who won the election for Hazaribagh zilla parishad chairperson today.   | Read..
 

New steel, fertiliser plants soon

The central government is pushing for industrial development in mineral-rich states, including Jharkhand where one of the four proposed steel plants is set to come up soon,...   | Read..
 

Congress tears into state govt

Congress national spokesperson Ajoy Kumar today accused the Raghubar Das government of misleading the people of Jharkhand.   | Read..
 

Gadget for patients & nurses

One of the many jobs of a nurse is to monitor saline levels of a patient on drip, lest the medicine run out and air bubbles from the empty tube get into the blood stream.   | Read..
 

Food hubs take festive break

Eating out plans may have to be postponed till the weekend as many eateries and hotels in the steel city are closed as most of their waiters and staff took long leaves in...   | Read..
 

Dark artery glows again

Commuting on Jamshedpur's landmark Marine Drive ceased to be dark and dangerous from Sunday evening with the double-armed LED lights glowing once again.   | Read..
 

Varsity teachers' stir for pay hike

Around six dozen teachers at various colleges under Kolhan University went on mass casual leave on Tuesday in solidarity with their counterparts from across the state who...   | Read..
 

Jharkhand post easy win

Jharkhand launched their campaign in style by drubbing Tripura 38-16 on the inaugural day of the 32nd Sub-junior Boys National Handball Championship at JRD Tata Sports...   | Read..
 

Vivid canvases voice countless concerns

Chittranjan Kumar Mishra may have compromised vision, but he can picture more in his mind's eye than most.   | Read..
 

Prefab tech for Jharia rehab

Authorities are planning to use prefabricated construction techniques to accelerate the rehabilitation of over one lakh families of underground fire-ravaged Jharia.   | Read..
 

IMA boss bats for anti-quack laws

The Indian Medical Association (IMA) wants the Centre to introduce more stringent laws to clamp down on medicine practice without licence, which is very common in the rural...   | Read..
 
NCC cadets fly model planes at Morabadi in Ranchi on Tuesday as part of the Republic Day preparations. Picture by Hardeep Singh
 
 
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