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Monday , February 22 , 2016

Jam@Street, the Sunday superhit

A for aaloo bonda, B for bicycle stunts and boxing, C for car-free and carefree...Y for yoga and Z for zumba.   | Read..


National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard) organised a five-day residential workshop at Tupudana on Ranchi outskirts between February 16 and 20 to promote...   | Read..


TT: The budget season is upon us. The state budget is out while the rail and Union budgets are on the way. What are the expectations of the trading community?   PKS:...   | Read..

Coming up, app tabs on trash

Dhanbad is trying to clean up its act and scrub off the blot of being the dirtiest Indian city among the 73 surveyed under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.   | Read..

Roshpa Tower stripped of frills

Stung by criticism over squeezed roads, the Ranchi Municipal Corporation (RMC) on Sunday pressed man and machine into service to free its main artery - the Mahatma Gandhi...   | Read..

Binay medals plead for probe

The clamour for justice for Binay Kumar Mahto reached the governor's doorstep on Sunday along with the dozens of medals and certificates that the bright 12-year-old had won...   | Read..

Youth crusaders of challenged city

Everyone cries hoarse over lack of cleanliness. Few like to get their hands dirty. But, not this bunch of young citizens in Jamshedpur.   | Read..

16 roads for 6 districts

Chief minister Raghubar Das today laid the foundation for six roads and inaugurated another 10 projects spread across Santhal Pargana and said these links, collectively...   | Read..

Union minister praises school

What is going to happen on February 29, Union minister of state for finance Jayant Sinha asked 200-odd girls of a government higher secondary school in Hazaribagh today.   | Read..


Murder  most foul nThe gruesome murder of a teenager on the campus of an elite cradle of Ranchi by a teacher’s family is shocking. The police have cited as...   | Read..

Found in translation, a debut feat

She has nursed an ability to conjure up worlds through words. And, it is this skill that won Jamshedpur-based Tala Tudu (43) the Sahitya Akademi Award 2015 recently.   | Read..
Jam@Street, the Sunday superhit
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