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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 wouldn't want one that comes for free.   | Read..
 

Anglers rejoice as lake breathes again

The lake at Jubilee Park, where thousands of fish died earlier this month due to pollution, is witnessing a remarkable turnaround, something that has been welcomed by none...   | Read..
 

Levy manager of don in net

The man who had been collecting rangdari (extortion money) on behalf of fugitive gangster Akhilesh Singh was arrested from Golmuri thana area of Jamshedpur on Monday morning   | 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 initiative that aims to give them self-respect, increase their income and...   | Read..
 

Discomfort index takes a leap in sauna cities

Soaring maximum temperatures - fanned by a westerly wind pattern and high relative humidity - jacked up the discomfort index in most parts of the state, including...   | 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 Patratu Valley, near Ranchi, where a bus with passengers sitting on the...   | Read..
 

State school selects a cabinet

People's Academy, Baradwari - a government-aided school - conducted its maiden election to choose a cabinet on Monday, giving students a first-hand experience of how...   | 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 Jamshedpur on Sunday afternoon, was attacked by victims of drug abuse,...   | Read..
 

Minority panel to hold camps

Jharkhand State Minority Commission (JSMC) will be holding monthly camps across all 24 districts of the state to ensure that those requiring its intervention will not have...   | 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 wickets in a JSCA institution league tie at Keenan Stadium on Monday.   | Read..
 

DPS, DAV in final today

Far away from the IPL hype, an inter-school cricket tourney in Dhanbad threw up a star that symbolises the true spirit of cricket, grit with grace.   | Read..
 

Wastage of water fuels crisis fear

Wanton wastage of water in different parts of Ranchi have spooked residents who fear an acute crisis during summer.   | 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 claimed to be getting "good response" from individuals and companies...   | Read..
 

Protests lose bite, Adani work on

The Godda district administration is getting ready to hold public hearings between May 2 and May 4 to discuss rehabilitation and resettlement with land donors for a...   | Read..
 

Nature's own mobile tower

It's summer time and mango trees across India are thick with the juicy tropical fruit. But, in Karamba village of Tatijharia block, 40km from the district headquarters, the...   | Read..
 

Himesh, Udit for Bokaro fest

Bollywood singers Himesh Reshammiya, Udit Narayan, Sumedha Karmahe and Indian Idol star Rakesh Maini will regale Bokaro residents while stand-up comedian Sunil Pal will...   | Read..
 
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