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Peshawar sits heavy on little hearts

The usual buzz was missing from schools here today as students joined teachers to pray for those killed in Tuesday's terror strike at the Army Public School in Peshawar.   | Read..
 

Utkal stage for writer-reader connect

A host of writers from across the state and the country converged at the two-day Utkal Literature Festival that began at the Bhanja Kala Mandap here today.   | Read..
 

Four Bangla nationals held

Four Bangladeshi nationals were taken into custody for infiltrating into Indian territory without valid documents.   | Read..
 

COLLEGE CAMPUS

A seminar titled “Perspectives on Higher Education in India” was held in the Utkal University on December 14.   | Read..
 

Anthrax vaccine for livestock

Baripada, Dec. 16:The veterinary department of Mayurbhanj has begun immunisation of domesticated livestock as a precautionary measure against anthrax in the forest range of...   | Read..
 

CBI interrogation cry for Naveen

The BJP and the Congress today demanded that the CBI should interrogate Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik in connection with allotment of the Talabira coal blocks to...   | Read..
 

Turf set for hockey league

Kalinga Lancers fans are optimistic about a strong performance by the team in the upcoming season that starts in January, despite a disappointing debut in the second...   | Read..
 

Festival kicks off with movie treat for school kids

Chief minister Naveen Patnaik today inaugurated the Sargi Phul Mahotsav 2015, an annual science and cultural event for students for schools under the SC and ST development...   | Read..
 

Deceased labourer's wife and sons alive

The family of the migrant labourer, Bibeka Chinda, who died on Sunday in Balangir, are on their way to Odisha, labour minister Prafulla Kumar Mallick said today.   | Read..
 

Cops destroy rebel camps

Four Maoist camps were destroyed today in the Telan reserve forest of Kalahandi district, about 500km from here.   | Read..
 

Bird flu alert on winged guests

The animal resources development department has sounded bird flu alert on the migratory birds in the Bhitarkanika National Park.   | Read..
 

Four years on, second deer park still a far cry

The municipal corporation's plan to set up a second deer park in the city is yet to see the light of the day even after four years since it expressed its wish to do so.   | Read..
 
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