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Staff crunch hits traffic wing

Traffic police wing is grappling with acute staff crunch even as the number of vehicles on the roads continues to swell every passing day.   | Read..

World Egg Day gift for Bhubaneswar

The fisheries and animal resources development (Fard) department gave a nutritious gift to the citizens on the occasion of World Egg Day by opening an Opolfed Chicken Fresh...   | Read..

Cyclists set out to conquer Himalayan kingdom

A team of six cycling enthusiasts, including two IPS officers, will embark on a journey to Bhutan tomorrow.   | Read..

Naveen lashes out at Centre for neglect

Chief minister Naveen Patnaik today lashed out at the Centre for its step-motherly attitude towards Odisha.   | Read..

Probe into land scam

Board of revenue member Ashok Tripathy today sought a crime branch probe into an alleged land scam involving 4.5 acres at Chandrasekharpur.   | Read..

‘I have done nothing wrong’

His followers had approached me to make some bhajan videos for him. According to the agreement, I was to get Rs 8,000 for every episode. I agreed to do the job as I thought...   | Read..

Deadline worry for highway project

Problems with land acquisition and withdrawal of project contractor have delayed progress of the Cuttack-Chandballi state highway project, which is now certain to miss its...   | Read..

2 held in Astaranga case

Crime branch officials have arrested a couple from Assam in connection with the quadruple murder case at Astaranga.   | Read..

Police ask for medical board

Police on Friday urged the Veer Surendra Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research at Burla to constitute a medical board to probe into the death of...   | Read..

IOC funds for health care: HC

Orissa High Court has censured the state government from spending funds provided by Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Postgraduate Institute of...   | Read..

Young dentist picks up brush, earns appreciation

At a time when several artists and painters are struggling to sustain themselves and their art in the state, a young, self-taught girl has impressed all and sundry with her...   | Read..

Cuttack steps into festivity

Dussehra kicks off next week, but the festive fever has already gripped the city.   | Read..

Online boost to Plus Two exam process

The Council of Higher Secondary Education has introduced several new online initiatives for the convenience of students registering for next year's annual exam.   | Read..

Centre to help set up flying schools

The civil aviation ministry is planning to open more flying schools to address the dearth of good commercial pilots in the country, Union civil aviation minister Ashok...   | Read..
Students of National Institute of Technology, Rourkela perform at the four-day Multi Ethnic Festival 2015.
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