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Subrata Roy's Sahara Group, MS Dhoni new owners of Hockey India League's Ranchi franchise
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Dhoni new owner of HHILs Ranchi franchise

Sat, 25 Oct 2014 - 16:23:22 Source: PTI, Posted by: Staff Correspondent | Ranchi: After motorsports and football, Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has now lent his support to Indian hockey by becoming the owner of the Ranchi franchise of the ... Sahil Online, 10 minutes ago
MS Dhoni becomes co-owner of Ranchi hockey franchisee Indian Express, 37 minutes ago

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Whatsapped 75

HT in retrospect Would a mobile-enabled Emergency have been different? Uttam Sengupta Ranchi was a sleepy little town back in 1975. Compared to a dozen daily newspapers that come out today, there was not one then.
 Outlook India1 hour ago
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Security jobs for militants

Ranchi: Appointing five surrendered Maoists as constables in the police department, Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren today said entrusing security jobs to them is a historic decision by the state government.Handing over the orders to five surrendered ...
 IndiaTV News8 hours ago Jharkhand police badminton championsip in Ranchi  Business Standard1 month ago Police-Maoist crossfire kills 2  The Telegraph1 month ago Two Jharkhand villagers, mistaken for Maoists, shot dead by police  News Chennai Online1 month ago

New goal for game-changers

We always knew they were celebrities. Now, even Unicef thinks so. Soccer senoritas of Yuwa, an NGO in Ormanjhi, Ranchi, which believes in empowering tribal girls through football, joined Unicef on Friday as celebrity supporters to work for health, ...
 Calcutta Telegraph10 hours ago
The Telegraph

Drugged minor in jail shocker

Ranchi, Oct. 24: Four inmates of Birsa Munda Central Jail were admitted to Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) last night, apparently knocked out by drugs, raising uncomfortable questions of how banned substances entered the prison and why one, who ...
 The Telegraph12 hours ago Library sweetener for MCI  The Telegraph1 month ago Writing on the wall: no ragging  The Telegraph1 month ago Empty beds symptom of ailing RIMS  The Telegraph1 month ago
The Telegraph

Deer slaughter at Betla park

Ranchi, Oct. 24: Three "pet deer", recently rescued from the home of Garhwa-based Congress MLA Anant Pratap Deo's cousin and taken to Betla National Park in Palamau, were killed in a vicious, pre-dawn attack on Wednesday by masked men who also held two ...
 The Telegraph12 hours ago

Expert team for 'anthrax' village

Ranchi, Oct. 24: A team from the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) is expected to visit Kuruchdega village in Simdega district on Tuesday to take stock of an anthrax-like disease that has reportedly killed seven persons and affected 10 more till now.
 The Telegraph12 hours ago
The Telegraph

Fencing, divers for Chhath

The Ranchi district administration is working overtime to ensure Chhath celebrations are incident-free in the state capital and its suburbs. From deploying boats and divers at various ghats to establishing composite control rooms, all time-tested precautions ...
 The Telegraph12 hours ago
The Telegraph

Decibel demon on Diwali prowl

A bunch of beaming children adds sparkle to Diwali in Lalpur, Ranchi, on Thursday. Picture by Hardeep Singh This is a sound that wont be music to Ranchis ears for years to come. Albert Ekka Chowk, the city landmark named after a hero who died fighting in the ...
 The Telegraph12 hours ago
The Telegraph

From Maoists to constables

Ranchi, Oct. 24: The uniform has changed. So has identity. Three men and two women, who once owed allegiance to the CPI(Maoist), became police constables with the state government inducting them into the force today. Chief minister Hemant Soren offered the ...
 The Telegraph12 hours ago Police job for former rebels  The Telegraph1 month ago Teen cook for Maoists surrenders  The Telegraph1 month ago Girl charges top Maoist leader with rape  Business Standard1 month ago
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