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Saturday , June 24 , 2017

Child panel to probe sit-ups

The State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (SCPCR) has taken cognisance of media reports about a Class VI student of St Francis School in Ranchi being subjected to corporal punishment and...   | Read..

School student kills self for a bike

A Class VII student of a missionary school in Ranchi hanged himself at home apparently because his mother, an ashram help, couldn't buy him a motorbike - a suicide trigger...   | Read..

College shift for Tata plant

One of Jamshedpur's oldest institutions of higher learning for girl students, The Graduate School College for Women in Sakchi would change its address in 2019 to make room...   | Read..

Big dreams for farmers' daughters

Babita Rani Das, daughter of farmers from Chakulia, learnt on Friday that with the right attitude and a thirst to learn, she could become anything, from a journalist to a...   | Read..

Law to plug scholarship fraud

Ninety-five per cent income certificates to avail SC, ST and OBC student scholarships in Garhwa recently were found bogus, prompting the women and child development and...   | Read..

Punctuality plea to rail panel

Improving punctuality of trains and amenities at Tatanagar station were the two most common demands voiced by passengers to a two-member committee of the Railway Board when...   | Read..

Sindri cradle in exchange pact

BIT-Sindri - the lone state-run engineering college in Jharkhand - signed an MoU with the Central Institute of Mining and Fuel Research (CIMFR) for exchange of faculty,...   | Read..

Not a neat score in NEET

Around 2,400 aspiring doctors from Ranchi and Jamshedpur qualified the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET), the results of which were announced by CBSE on Friday.   | Read..

Olympic Day spurs capital action

A 3km cross-country run, a quiz contest and daylong badminton, hockey, wushu, volleyball and gymnastic tournaments were held across Ranchi on Friday to celebrate...   | Read..

Durgapur gold heist man in net

Durgapur police from Bengal, jointly with Jharkhand Police Special Branch and Ranchi police, on Thursday midnight nabbed a 30-year-old man from Indrapuri locality of...   | Read..

No JTDC tours this Shravan

The state tourist department will open information centres and help desks for kanwariyas during Shravani Mela this year and even arrange vehicles for devotees, but will not...   | Read..

Purity poser? Help at hand

The state food, public distribution and consumer affairs department has rolled out an outbound voice message service for around 57 lakh ration card holders with mobile...   | Read..
The faithful offer namaz on the last Friday of Ramadan at Jama Masjid in Sakchi, Jamshedpur. Over 5,000 turned up at the mosque to offer prayers as...   | Read..
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