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Where have all the flowers gone
The massive beautification drive that was undertaken when Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visited the city on January 3 to inaugurate the 99th Indian Science Congress is slowly withering away. ...  | Read.. 
 
Poles trip road expansion project
Inordinate delay in the relocation of electricity utilities along the roads of the capital has affected road expansion proje...  | Read.. 
 
Four held in capital for snatching chains
The Cuttack-Bhubaneswar police arrested four chain snatchers, allegedly involved in 14 incidents of gold chain snatching...  | Read.. 
 
Journey from low to high notes
He began his musical journey as a composer in an obscure opera in Odisha. Ten years down the line, with as many as 1,000...  | Read.. 
 
 
Craft a décor story
If you want to spruce up your interiors with traditional handicraft and artefacts, you ought to visit the ongoing Gandhi...  | Read.. 
 
(Top) Flowers bloom on the median between AG Square and Governor’s House Square during Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s visit to Bhubaneswar earlier this month and (above) dried up flowers at the same median now. Pictures by Ashwinee Pati
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OJEE forms from Feb
Sale of online and manual application forms for the Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE)-20...  | Read.. 
2 Maoists killed in encounter
Two days after top Maoist leader Girish Mahato alias Dhiren was arrested from Bargarh district,...  | Read.. 
 
Apex court stays bank order
The Supreme Court today stayed the December 21, 2011, Orissa High Cour...  | Read.. 
Cops up in arms against govt
Officers and constables of Odisha Police today threatened not to cooperate...  | Read..