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Friday , February 17 , 2017


Excitement among city entrepreneurs was palpable as the inaugural function of the Global Investors' Summit (GIS) unfolded before their eyes through a webcast at Michael John Auditorium in Bistupur...   | Read..

Pride, glory & some angst

Thanks to Global Investors' Summit, Ranchi never looked better. Call it a cosmetic makeover or a temporary facelift, Jharkhand's capital was clean, green and streamlined on...   | Read..

Summit live on smartphones

It was a normal workday, albeit with a 4G twist, at the two state secretariats in Ranchi on Summit Thursday.   | Read..

Cyber con hits ex-IAF man

A retired Indian Air Force (IAF) sergeant of Ranchi lost Rs 27,600 from his two bank accounts after he revealed the details of his debit cards over phone to a phoney banker.   | Read..

BIT-Mesra boy hangs self

A third-year computer science student hung himself from the ceiling fan of his B>T-Mesra hostel room in Ranchi on Thursday morning apparently because he was unable to...   | Read..

Roads breathe easy on biz day

The entry of heavy vehicles, including buses, to Ranchi has been stopped at two different points to ensure smooth traffic on the first day of the Global Investors' Summit.   | Read..

Students, bet big on investor meet

Coal Belt entrepreneurs, industrialists and students who followed the Day One of Global Investors' Summit (GIS), being held in Ranchi, through webcasts on Thursday have...   | Read..

Biometric benefit for coal pensioners

Coal Mines Provident Fund Organisation (CMPFO) organised an awareness-cum-registration camp for submission of biometric life certificates of pensioners on Golf Ground in...   | Read..

Bank robbery duo nabbed

The Hazaribagh police on Thursday arrested two criminals involved in the loot of Rs 21.3 lakh from the Ichak branch of Allahabad Bank on February 7.   | Read..

Digital leap for varsity library

The Kolhan University library will be fully digitised and automated in two months.   | Read..

Cool gift for tribal school

Students of Adivasi Uchcha Vidyalaya in Sitaramdera can hope for cooler classrooms this summer.   | Read..

Ex-cop kills kin for money

A former policeman was today arrested for allegedly killing his elderly uncle and aunt at Kankidih village in Kamalpur area of Patamda, some 40km from Jamshedpur, on the...   | Read..

Top rebel nabbed from Punjab hideout

An area commander of CPI(Maoist) Awdhesh Yadav (24), involved in the infamous 2013 Katia encounter in Latehar that had left 13 CRPF jawans dead, and other cases, was...   | Read..

State makes biz sense: CM 

Ranchi, Feb. 16: Chief minister Raghubar Das called the flying elephant logo the soaring dreams of Jharkhand's 3.25 crore people at the inaugural day of the two-day Global...   | Read..

Dreams take flight

Jharkhand is special, they all said. And when the speakers are the likes of Ratan Tata, Kumar Mangalam Birla, Shashi Ruia and the like, besides a host of foreign diplomats,...   | Read..

Envoys optimistic

Nothing succeeds like success.   | Read..

Summit snippets

Beeline to venue   | Read..


Steel city gears up for junior I-League

Jamshedpur is ready for the upcoming zonal Under-18 I-League to be held between February 18 and February 28.   | Read..

Jindal, Bokaro post wins

Jindal South West Steel Limited (JSWSL) and Bokaro Steel Limited (BSL) won their respective matches on the opening day of All India Inter-steel Cricket Championship at...   | Read..
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