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Ajsu leader murdered

A Ranchi district vice-president of Ajsu Party was found dead with his throat slit a stone's throw from his residence in Mesra, around 20km from the capital, on Thursday afternoon, triggering a...   | Read..
 

Tussar hops on Amazon

Staying anywhere in the world but want to get a feel of real Jharkhand's tussar silk? From now, shoppers can simply click on Amazon.   | Read..
 

Power blow to capital plexes

The show must go on, they say. How amid blinking screens, ask plex owners in Ranchi.   | Read..
 

Collision course

The driver of an oil tanker was killed on the spot while the driver of a truck was injured when the two vehicles collided head-on in Sadar thana area of Simdega on...   | Read..
 

Dry May here, wet May there

The rain god has been overly benevolent towards southern and north-eastern Jharkhand and uniformly negligent towards central parts of the state in pre-monsoon months.   | Read..
 

Varsity focus on cyber hygiene

Social media is to rumour what fuel is to fire. And, an inferno kills.   | Read..
 

Teen drowns in Beldih Lake

Making a splash in lake waters on a hot summer day while not knowing how to swim proved fatal for a 14-year-old boy in Jamshedpur on Thursday.   | Read..
 

Sleepless night for Jharia

Residents of Surratand and its neighbouring areas spent a sleepless night on Wednesday, rattled by the sudden cave-in early in the morning that led to the deaths of Bablu...   | Read..
 

Niti Aayog man in Jharia

Niti Aayog member V. K. Saraswat conducted a review of the rehabilitation process of those living in over 595 fire affected sites of the Jharia coalfield region, being...   | Read..
 

Govt red-lights rally

The district administration on Thursday stopped ultra-Left leaders and supporters from holding a rally to commemorate 50 years of Naxalbari movement at High Tension Ground...   | Read..
 

Pride of place for 11 special athletes

Eleven differently abled boys and girls from Khunti, Latehar and West Singhbhum have for the first time found their place in the 22-member state squad for National Games...   | Read..
 

CCL unveils 'No tobacco campaign'

Central Coalfields top brass, doctors, dignitaries and children announce CCL's new mantra, "Catch them young for a tobacco free youth", on Thursday in Ranchi...   | Read..
 

Payo, Hemant face wind hurdle

Bad weather seems to have disrupted Jamshedpur climbers Hemant Gupta and Payo Murmu's plans to climb Mount Everest, albeit temporarily.   | Read..
 

Medical care on campus

Providing first-hand medical care and looking into the needs of special students are the two new priorities of Karim City College for the upcoming academic session.   | Read..
 

Probe hints at staged hijack

Preliminary investigations into Wednesday's hijack of a van carrying a consignment of mobile phone handsets from Namkum to Kokar in Ranchi are pointing towards insider role...   | Read..
 

JAC schools get online tags

Principals and representatives of 300 government and government-aided schools in Ranchi affiliated with Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) were on Thursday trained to...   | Read..
 

Talent tips for NCC

Permanent instructors of National Cadet Corps (NCC) have been asked to make efforts to engage special talents from schools and colleges by co-ordinating with associate NCC...   | Read..
 

CM promises to revive Japla plant

Chief minister Raghubar Das today directed Palamau deputy commissioner Ameet Kumar to submit a proposal for converting Hariharganj into a semi urban municipal area, and...   | Read..
 

Tiger park to get jumbo quartet

As many as four elephants from Karnataka are likely to be engaged in Palamau Tiger Reserve (PTR) for the twin purposes of providing joyrides to tourists and patrolling the...   | Read..
 

Engine derails, axe on 2

Divisional rail manager Santosh Kumar Agrawal today suspended two employees after lapses on their part led to the derailment of the engine of the Lohardaga-Ranchi passenger...   | Read..
 
Members of National Disaster Response Force, who arrived in Dhanbad on Thursday from Patna, mount an effort to trace the bodies of Bablu Khan (40)...   | Read..
 
 
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