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Fish heal mind and body
Nothing feels more heavenly than a relaxing pedicure after a long walk or a tiring day and who would... | Read
Anglers rejoice as lake breathes again
The lake at Jubilee Park, where thousands of fish died earlier this month due to pollution, is witne... | Read
Levy manager of don in net
The man who had been collecting rangdari (extortion money) on behalf of fugitive gangster Akhilesh S... | Read
Rag-pickers bin misery, bag a better life
They have always scavenged for trash. But now, their skills are being used in a mainstream civic ini... | Read
Discomfort index takes a leap in sauna cities
Soaring maximum temperatures - fanned by a westerly wind pattern and high relative humidity - jacked... | Read
Crackdown on crowded buses, drink driving
Police are set to crack down on overcrowded buses from Tuesday in the wake of Sunday's accident at P... | Read
State school selects a cabinet
People's Academy, Baradwari - a government-aided school - conducted its maiden election to choose a ... | Read
Junkies stabbed visitor from Bhilai
The 19-year-old Bhilai boy, who was fatally stabbed and robbed of his mobile phone on the fringes of... | Read
Minority panel to hold camps
Jharkhand State Minority Commission (JSMC) will be holding monthly camps across all 24 districts of ... | Read
Tata Steel, Rungta Mines pitch solid wins
An attractive 56 off 62 balls by opener Amitesh Mishra helped Tata Steel defeat Usha Martin by three... | Read
DPS, DAV in final today
Far away from the IPL hype, an inter-school cricket tourney in Dhanbad threw up a star that symbolis... | Read
Wastage of water fuels crisis fear
Wanton wastage of water in different parts of Ranchi have spooked residents who fear an acute crisis... | Read
Criminal, 3 friends nabbed at wedding
A wanted criminal was caught with guns late on Sunday night at a wedding in Bero, 45km from Ranchi. | Read
There's room for state liquor retail
Jharkhand State Beverage Corporation Limited, which will run liquor retail from August 1, has claime... | Read
Protests lose bite, Adani work on
The Godda district administration is getting ready to hold public hearings between May 2 and May 4 t... | Read
Nature's own mobile tower
It's summer time and mango trees across India are thick with the juicy tropical fruit. But, in Karam... | Read
Himesh, Udit for Bokaro fest
Bollywood singers Himesh Reshammiya, Udit Narayan, Sumedha Karmahe and Indian Idol star Rakesh Maini... | Read

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