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Takes differ on uniform syllabus

The Centre's decision to implement a uniform maths and science syllabus from Classes IX to XII for all boards to give all students a level playing field to crack competitive exams has received...   | Read..

Job cheer for 530 NIT students

National Institute of Technology (NIT) of Adityapur is heading for another impressive placement year with 530 of 600 students getting jobs in ongoing campus recruitments...   | Read..

Vroom! Bride boots out greedy groom

A nikah solemnised on Tuesday ended in talaq on Wednesday, with the bride deciding to call off the wedding after the groom demanded a new bike in addition to the one gifted...   | Read..

Murder of child baffles police

The body of a seven-year-old boy - his face almost battered beyond recognition with a boulder - was found in a Nirsa village, 36km from Dhanbad town, in the small hours of...   | Read..

No surprise, epic queue for Baahubali 2

Have you wondered aloud on social media for almost two years why Katappa killed Amarendra Baahubali? Well, your answer will hit the big screens this Friday.   | Read..

Anomaly cry over power exam

A human rights outfit in Adityapur on Wednesday shot a letter to chief minister Raghubar Das, seeking a high-level probe into alleged irregularities in hosting an online...   | Read..

12000 children back to school

Around 12,000 dropouts in East Singhbhum got admitted to Classes I to X of 2,000 government schools under Vidyalaya Chalein Chalayein Abhiyan this year, the process of...   | Read..

Cell snatchers elude cops

Police are yet to make any breakthrough in the twin mobile snatching-cum-stabbing cases that rocked Govindpur and Sitaramdera in Jamshedpur on Sunday.   | Read..

Kidnap cuffs on admission touts

Three youths from Bihar - one of them a law student - were detained on Wednesday for allegedly kidnapping a resident of Sahebganj from Patna and confining him in a rented...   | Read..

Tax bill faces JMM hurdle

A special session of the state Assembly that has been convened tomorrow to pass the goods and services tax (GST) bill after discussions is likely to witness a last-ditch...   | Read..

10 rebels surrender at volleyball tourney

Ten Maoists, including two area commanders and three women rebels, today surrendered before Chotanagpur range DIG A.V. Homkar at the inaugural ceremony of "bandook...   | Read..

MoU with BIT on seats

The state government today signed three MoUs, including one with BIT-Mesra, in areas of education and health.   | Read..

Gifts for special kids

New colour pencils, chocolates and more, over 65 children of Jeevan Jyoti, a school for the mentally and physically challenged in Dhanbad, couldn't stop beaming on Wednesday.   | Read..

Fresh directive for goods vehicles

Ranchi Goods Transporters' Association on Wednesday issued fresh directives to drivers and helpers prohibiting them from ferrying overloaded consignments both within and...   | Read..


Mecon posts solid win

A half-century each by Nizam Siddiqui, Anirban Chatterjee and Roshan Prasad helped Mecon post a 53-run victory over Rungta Mines at a JSCA institution super league tie at...   | Read..
A pedestrian in Bistupur beats the blazing sun with an umbrella, an improvised balaclava, an elbow-length gloves and shades as the maximum...   | Read..
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