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Orissa Diary

HSC results today

Bhubaneswar: High School Certificate (HSC) examination results would be declared on Saturday at 9:30am, officials of Board of Secondary Education said. To check the results, students can log on to the following websites: www.bseorissa.in, www.orissaresults.nic.in, www.indiaresults.com, www.exametc.com and www.schools9.com. They can also get their results through SMS. Regular candidates can type OBSE (space) <Roll No> and send it to 5733 or 56505 while ex-regular candidates have to type XOBSE (space) <Roll No> and send it to 5733 or to 56505. The results would also be published in form of booklets to be made available at 33 centres across the state.

Girl kidnapped

Bhubaneswar:A 13-year-old class VIII student of a government-run school was allegedly kidnapped by a youth on Thursday evening while she was returning from home from a private tuition class. ccording to police, the accused has been identified as Satya Ranjan Rout, 23, a resident of Tirumal village near Jatani. Rout, who was working as a videographer, kidnapped the girl from the Sashtri Nagar area. Both the girl and the youth used to stay in the same locality. he girl’s father lodged a complaint with the Mahila Police following which a police team conducted raids at various places in the state as well as outside. Sources said several police teams raided places at Baghamari area in Khurda, Kanas in Puri, Rourkela and Calcutta.

Counselling

Bhubaneswar: A centralised manual counselling system would be conducted for admission of candidates applying for medical courses such as MBBS and BDS instead of e-counselling, and for lateral entry into pharmacy and architecture, said Orissa Joint entrance Examination authorities on Friday. Further, seats reserved for SC/ST candidates, which fall vacant after counselling, would not be transferred to general category students. The SC/ST candidates would be given a second chance.

Man kills wife

Keonjhar: A man allegedly hacked his wife to death at Bansapani village in Joda town on Friday afternoon. The deceased has been identified as Sukurumani Munda, 30, mother of five children including three daughters. he incident took place at about 4pm when 36-year-old Sunia Munda killed his wife using an axe at his house. Domestic differences is said to be the cause of the murder, prima facie investigation revealed. Joda police inspector in-charge Jagannath Acharya claimed that Sunia was arrested and the axe used for killing his wife has also been found.

Cricket

Bhubaneswar: The Orissa Cricket Association announced a 35-member Orissa Ranji squad on Friday. owever, international players Shiv Sundar Das and Debasish Mohanty have not been included in the squad. he rally was organised by the state unit of All India Democratic Women’s Association (AIDWA). The protesters criticised the state for not controlling micro-finance institutes that had been harassing poor
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