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Hungry at Hundru? Grin & bear it

Going to visit Hundru Falls in Angara block on Ranchi outskirts? Be sure to pack your lunch or eat on the way. For, the lone restaurant at the ground floor of Hundru Vihar, the guesthouse run by...   | Read..
 

No water for the dead in capital

Water crisis dies hard in Ranchi. The crematorium in Harmu, on the banks of Subernarekha, has been functioning with little or no water for nearly seven days now because the...   | Read..
 

Mango health centre shut for a year

A health centre, inaugurated in Mango a year ago with much fanfare by an MP and state minister, both with roots in Jamshedpur, is yet to start functioning.   | Read..
 

Mandar girl is national champ

Mandar girl Priyanka Kerketta is the new junior national long jump champion with a record leap of 6.30m.   | Read..
 

Soccer craze grips steel city as Tatas score ISL goal

Exactly 30 years after it started Tata Football Academy, Tata Steel won the Indian Super League (ISL) bid for the Jamshedpur franchise this week, unleashing a wave of...   | Read..
 

SIT to probe farmer death

A five-member special investigation team (SIT) was formed today to probe the June 10 death of Pithoria farmer Kaleshwar Mahto even as politicians big and small made a...   | Read..
 

Training on tribal rights

To spread awareness about legal rights among tribals, Jharkhand Legal Services Authority (Jhalsa) today inaugurated a five-day training programme in Kanke.   | Read..
 

Extra vigil for twin festivals

The Ranchi administration is pulling out all the stops to ensure a peaceful Rath Yatra and Id this month.   | Read..
 

Jharia families to shift

Two families of Surratand, living perilously close to the area where a sudden cave-in led to the death of a man and his son on May 25, will be shifted to a safe place in...   | Read..
 

Buses to buffer rail line blow

Dhanbad district administration and railway police are on their toes to ensure the area stays peaceful and passengers have alternative commuting options when...   | Read..
 

Sapphire murder in trial fix

The Sapphire International School murder case continued to remain stuck in limbo as no witness turned up on Tuesday to be examined in the court of additional judicial...   | Read..
 

People cry pavement peril on bridge

Call it the ugly spot on the steel city's beautification plan.   | Read..
 

Drain too late for this year's rain

Ranchi commuters using Kutchery Road will find the stretch free from waterlogging three months from now, ironically after the monsoon of 2017 is over, as state road...   | Read..
 
Eleven engineering students from across the country flash the V-sign after bagging an annual scholarship from Tata Steel in Jamshedpur on Tuesday.   | Read..
 
 
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