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Axe on swings after boy death

The private hostel in Ranchi - where a 10-year-old schoolboy received fatal head injuries in an apparent fall from a swing on Tuesday afternoon - has decided to dismantle the favourite play tool on...   | Read..
 

Armed with cash, ready for rush

Here's a whiff of good news to allay your payday fears.   | Read..
 

No qualms in Coal Belt

A corpus of Rs 150 crore has been rushed to banks in Dhanbad and Bokaro is expecting Rs 127 crore by late Wednesday to buffer the surge in cash demand on payday Thursday.   | Read..
 

Whispers of crisis in city

Murmurs of a payday crunch were audible on Wednesday with Jamshedpur poised to receive only Rs 165 crore, a fraction of the industrial town's month-start cash needs, for...   | Read..
 

This neighbourhood press comes of age in capital

Indian Bank Association has granted the status of "security press" to Setu Printers of Sukurhuttu village of Kanke block for two years, making it India's first...   | Read..
 

With family blessings, another shot at Everest

Climbing is all about hope beyond fears.   | Read..
 

HC seeks report on barrage

Jharkhand High Court today directed the Centre and state to file status reports on the long-pending project to build a barrage on Kanhar river in Palamau and asked them to...   | Read..
 

A-team from state woos China

The Momentum Jharkhand campaign got off to an optimistic start in China's industrial city Dongguan, where a high-powered state team wooed investors and attracted...   | Read..
 

'Injured' PLFI boss escapes

Simdega police came close to catching wanted PLFI leader Dinesh Gope late last night, but the Naxalite carrying Rs 25 lakh reward on his head fled with four associates...   | Read..
 

Poacher nabbed with deer head

Authorities at Palamau Tiger Reserve nabbed a poacher today and seized the head of a deer from him following a raid in Ukamad village in Betla under Burwadih police station...   | Read..
 

Varsities get ready to go cashless

State universities and other institutions of higher learning are gearing up to go cashless by deciding to organise special camps for students to make them aware about...   | Read..
 

Athlete pension plan hits hurdles

The state government's ambitious pension scheme for veteran, underprivileged sportspersons has crashed even before take-off, apparently because no application has been...   | Read..
 

Jobs for youths govt priority

Chief minister Raghubar Das spoke on his government's mission to create employment for youths during a pre-budget meeting with representatives from various sections of...   | Read..
 

Girls, tell state how to spend

Students of Jamshedpur Women's College can now send their suggestions to the state finance department for the 2017-18 budget.   | Read..
 

Bribe finger at NRHM man

Underprivileged patients entitled to Rs 2.25 lakh for treatment under the Mukhyamantri Gambhir Bimari Upchar Yojana are facing difficulty in availing the sop in Hazaribagh,...   | Read..
 

Chamber shares cashless concerns

At a time when the Centre is promoting cashless transactions, Federation of Dhanbad Zila Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FDZCCI) has pointed out some practical problems...   | Read..
 

RIMS probe into 'fatal prick'

A day after the shock death on Tuesday of six-year-old burns victim Dolly Kumari at RIMS, Ranchi, allegedly because nurses administered injection meant for an adult...   | Read..
 

Divider for better road safety

Commuters on busy Straight Mile Road, which links commercial hubs Sakchi and Bistupur, can now heave a sigh of relief.   | Read..
 

School training to boost RTE

The only way to curb crimes like witch-hunting, which is triggered by superstition, is to educate the children.   | Read..
 

Land headway for runway

The Bokaro aerodrome runway in Dundibagh will be made longer within a year to enable standard-sized planes to land and take off, DC R.M. Ray said on Wednesday after a...   | Read..
 

Focus on old water pipes

Supplying piped water in Jharkhand is a difficult task, courtesy damaged pipes.   | Read..
 

RU student polls raise fair pitch

The forthcoming Ranchi University students' union polls will have its fair share of women representation.   | Read..
 

Winter on three-day vacation

Hello December, minus the chill. Jharkhand looks to get warmer in the next 72 hours, thanks to a deep depression over the southeast Bay of Bengal resulting in cloudy skies,...   | Read..
 

SPORTS CORNER

U-19 match evenly poised

The Jharkhand-Gujarat Group D Under-19 Cooch Behar Trophy tie was tantalisingly poised on the penultimate day at Keenan Stadium in Jamshedpur on Wednesday.   | Read..
 
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