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Interstate bus trips dearer from today
Travelling by long-distance buses? Get ready to pay extra from Tuesday. | Read
Sapphire gets court rap over TC
A trial court, examining witnesses in the Binay Mahto murder, has voiced objection to Sapphire Inter... | Read
Now, rent a bike to vroom across town
If you are looking for a bike on rent to tour Ranchi, worry no more. Three students of BIT-Lalpur ex... | Read
Tata hockey cradle to be ready by July
Thanks to the Tatas, a full-fledged residential hockey cradle will be in place by the middle of the ... | Read
Cool weekly ticket to Pune
If you're a Jamshedpurean who studies, works or has business interests in Pune, here is good news. | Read
Booze 'buddy' in net for murder
A 27-year-old man, who shot dead a youth of his neighbourhood on Sunday night and then cooked up a s... | Read
Fuel for green thought
Schoolchildren at the launch of Saksham 2017, a pan-India oil and gas conservation drive being condu... | Read
Budget session starts today
The state Assembly's budget session is all set to begin tomorrow, with governor Droupadi Murmu to ma... | Read
e-eye on schools across state
The state government today rolled out e-Vidya Vahini, a dedicated digital interface touted as a pote... | Read
Jan. 30 protest against info chief
Right to Information (RTI) activists from across the state have decided to hit the streets to expose... | Read
JVM claws out at 'corrupt' Das govt
The JVM today launched a frontal attack on chief minister Raghubar Das in its report card on the two... | Read
Bokaro gift for investor meet
Prodded by chief minister Raghubar Das and industries director K. Ravi Kumar, Bokaro Industrial Area... | Read
Rally glare on Giridih teachers
The Giridih administration has sought a report on para-teachers who participated in a political prog... | Read
Seventh pay scale in place
Ranchi, Jan. 16: State government employees, pensioners and beneficiaries of family pension scheme w... | Read
Civic drive to shore up revenue
Dhanbad Municipal Corporation (DMC) has been running an extensive campaign to encourage residents to... | Read
Ajsu steers tax hike stir
Ajsu leader Pradip Prasad has called Hazaribagh bandh on Wednesday in protest against the civic body... | Read
Central team reviews RIMS labs
Nine teams, comprising representatives from National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), Centres for ... | Read
Matching steps for girl power
Padma Vibhushan Sonal Mansingh, also an internationally acclaimed dancer, at a photo-op during a pro... | Read
RTE reminder for cradles
The East Singhbhum administration has decided to send fresh reminder to private schools that are yet... | Read
Wanted: auxiliary police
East Singhbhum police will recruit 800 Home Guard jawans during a week-long selection drive in Jamsh... | Read
Cheers on and off court
Archery may be the biggest job spinner in Jharkhand but handball seems to be catching up. | Read
3 schools in Jogga semis
Kasidih High School and Kerala Public School (Mango) moved to the Jamshedpur Old Girls and Guys Asso... | Read
WATCH OUT FOR
A talented winger who shoots with his left hand, Ashok Yadav is among promising handballers who coul... | Read

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