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Monday , March 20 , 2017

Rain on radar, mercury on leash

Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Hazaribagh and several other parts of the state woke up to overcast skies on Sunday that brought down maximum temperatures and prompted weathermen to issue rain and...   | Read..

Testing times for cricket fun gear

Centuries and double centuries at the third Test of India versus Australia in progress at the JSCA stadium in Ranchi may have thrilled the crowds - around 24,000 on Sunday...   | Read..

Criminal caught with gun in mart

Acting on a tip-off, police arrested a 27-year-old extortionist with a loaded pistol from the crowded Sakchi market in Jamshedpur on Sunday.   | Read..

Recycle hope at auto hub

The Adityapur Auto Cluster (AACL), a special purpose vehicle formed to develop infrastructure in the industrial hub in Seraikela-Kharsawan, has set a July deadline for...   | Read..

Woman killed, husband suspect

The body of a 35-year-old woman, her throat slit, was recovered from her residence in Pungi village of Mandar, 30km from capital Ranchi, on Sunday morning.   | Read..

BIT-Sindri alumni float R&D portal

It was a game-changer Sunday for Birsa Institute of Technology (BIT) in Sindri, near Dhanbad, with more than 20 top professionals from across the globe congregating at...   | Read..

Royal blooms minus fans

A Hollywood actor with classic good looks and a wine that comes from Burgundy in France. Where do they meet?   | Read..


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Trade talk 

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Ajsu to stay but protest

Unanimously elected as Ajsu Party's central president for the third term on the last day of three-day party workers' conclave, Sudesh Mahto today gave a 100-day road map to...   | Read..

Wire sparks fire

One person sustained burns while around 20 shops were gutted when a 11kV wire snapped in a market in Pathargama area of Godda district, 450km from the state capital, in the...   | Read..

Maoists torch teacher's home

In two back-to-back incidents of rebel violence, armed cadres of the CPI(Maoist), led by area commander Ajay Yadav, set the house of a para-teacher and a jeep belonging to...   | Read..

Taking distress calls

Jeevan, a Jamshedpur-based suicide prevention centre, held a two-day training workshop for its volunteers over the weekend to improve their skills to counsel depression,...   | Read..

Camera vigil for Tata-Kandra road

The Tata-Kandra four-lane road, considered the lifeline of the Adityapur industrial area, will come under hi-tech surveillance soon.   | Read..

Agri varsity to host farm fair this week

Birsa Agricultural University (BAU) will organise its three-day annual fair, Agrotech Kisan Mela, from March 20 to 22.   | Read..

Culture rules Maithili fest

From literature to music, the rich culture of Mithila - which finds mention in the Ramayana as Janak's kingdom - and which in modern-day India is confined to Maithil...   | Read..

Steel city, Ranchi post wins

Jamshedpur defeated Sahebganj by nine wickets at Tata Digwadih Stadium while Ranchi continued its winning streak and trounced Lohardaga by 95 runs at Jealgora Stadium on...   | Read..

10 questions 

Kalyani Sharan, chairperson of Jharkhand State Commission for Women, on the need to change mindsets and spread awareness about rights   | Read..
Two-year-old Siddhith Agarwal, in his mother's arms, is the first applicant of the state's...   | Read..
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