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Full capacity output at Jamshedpur plant this quarter: Tata Steel

Tata Steel is expecting to start full capacity production at Jamshedpur plant this quarter after its modernisation, company managing director H.M. Nerurkar said today.

JPP urges governor to recommend fresh election


The Jharkhand People's Party (JPP) today urged Governor Syed Ahmad to recommend fresh election in the state.

Perera wins TATA Open


Sri Lanka's Mithun Perera won the 11th TATA Open after firing a final round of one-under-70 on Sunday.

Perera, who totaled 11-under-274 for the tournament, finished one stroke ahead of Delhi's Vinod

TATA Open: Perera leads by one stroke


Sri Lankan Mithun Perera, who carded a four-under-67 taking his total score to 10-under-204, enjoyed a one-stroke advantage after the penultimate round of the 11th TATA Open here.

The Delhi duo of Ra

Three points for Jharkhand against Goa

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Jharkhand secured three points after their Group C Ranji Trophy match against Goa ended in a tame draw here today.

The visitors had to be contend with just a point as they conceded the first-innings

Jharkhand end day one at 222/2

Jarkhand top-order fired inunison to finish the opening day of their Ranji Trophy Group C match against Goa here on a strong 222 for two.

At the close of play, Ishank Jaggi was unbeaten on 56, and gi

Spinners Gupta, Nadeem restrict Assam to 179


Jharkhand spinners Shahbaz Nadeem and Sunny Gupta spun a web around Assam batters to bundle out the visitors for 179 on the opening day of their Ranji Trophy Group C match, here today.

Gupta (4/56) a

VHP calls off Jamshedpur bandh

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) called off its proposed dawn-to-dusk Jamshedpur bandh on Friday to protest against two recent incidents in the city, after the district administration assured it to loo

Ex-scribe detained for 'sending threat SMSes'

A former journalist, who allegedly forwarded threat SMSes pertaining to the recent incidents in Assam and Myanmar, was detained on Thursday for questioning, police said.

Identified as Shanawaz Hussa

Mary Kom didn't play her natural offesive: Pugilists


London Olympics Women's boxing bronze medallist M.C. Mary Kom was not allowed opportunity to exhibit her natural game as her rival Nicola Adams forced her to go defensive today, felt international pug

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