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Wednesday , June 28 , 2017
 
Jharkhand
 

Sub-lease rent set at Rs 1700 crore

A government committee fixed at Rs 1,700 crore rent and salami to be paid by Tata Steel for leasing out as many as 59 plots in Jamshedpur in violation of sub-lease clauses, but the company...   | Read..
 

Drunk drivers on school bus again

Some lessons are never learnt. Assistant drivers of two school buses in Ranchi failed the breath test on Tuesday exactly a week after a JVM-Shyamali bus with a dozen...   | Read..
 

GST: cinemas fear 'The End'

Single-screen cinemas of the state, already hit hard due to the multiplex boom, are staring at a bleak future with proprietors maintaining that the goods and services taxes...   | Read..
 

Logical makeover of an automobile manager

A planning and production manager with TML Drivelines, a subsidiary of Tata Motors, Sayan Chakraborty never thought he would author a motivation manual one day.   | Read..
 

Top cop powers a dream

When policemen make news for extracurricular activities, those are mostly dubious. Additional director-general (ADG) of Jharkhand Armed Police Rezi Dungdung is a shining...   | Read..
 

Eyes open to their woes

It's not enough to open a learning centre for the visually impaired. It is equally important to get them there.   | Read..
 

Protests simmer for power

Erratic power supply over the past few weeks is testing people's patience across the state with anger spilling over onto the streets in several districts, including Chatra,...   | Read..
 

Centre pat for Dalma sanctuary

Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary, the picturesque elephant abode 30km from here, has received kudos from the Union ministry of environment, forest and climate change for effective...   | Read..
 

Munda calls for public debate

Senior BJP leader Arjun Munda today stressed on public consensus before amending the Chotanagpur and Santhal Pargana tenancy acts, adding that it was important for people,...   | Read..
 

Dithering DCs in firing line

Chief minister Raghubar Das, who has kept quiet on governor Droupadi Murmu returning unsigned the CNT and SPT amendment Bills, today had plenty to say during Seedhi Baat at...   | Read..
 

Double suicide shocks steel city

Two persons, including a 55-year-old woman, committed suicide at separate localities in the steel city within 24 hours.   | Read..
 

Truck runs over bakery vendor

A Ranchi vendor cycling with bakery items was killed by a speeding truck near the landmark Kantatoli Chowk early on Tuesday morning, prompting a roadblock on...   | Read..
 

Rain bounty forecast in state

Several parts of the state, especially southern Jharkhand, are expected to receive a good spell of rain in the next 72 hours due to the impact of two atmospheric circulations.   | Read..
 

Fourth victim of stone missiles

Vinay Kumar Gupta was supposed to get married next week. But, the 28-year-old will now spend his wedding day in the critical care unit of Tata Main Hospital.   | Read..
 

Jamshedpur girl thinks global at Yale

A steel city girl is learning ways to find solutions to global problems at Yale University in Connecticut, United States.   | Read..
 
A boy stands on a boat to click a selfie, putting his own life and that of his friends at risk, at Nicco Jubilee Amusement Park  in Jamshedpur...   | Read..
 
 
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