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It's hot: Met dept sees 'red'

In view of extreme heat wave conditions prevailing in the state, the regional meteorological department has issued "red box" warning for May 26, 27 and 28.   | Read..

Power officials seek police protection

If the heat was not enough, frequent power cuts have made residents turn violent, forcing Central Electricity Supply Utility of Odisha (Cesu) authorities to seek police...   | Read..

Murder whiff in woman's death

Police are looking for a 32-year-old man, whose wife was found unconscious and later declared dead near Shastri Nagar yesterday.   | Read..

CHSE Plus Two results on June 1

The state government today said that the Plus Two result of the higher secondary board would be announced on June 1.   | Read..

Literature route to Odia roots

The Odisha Sahitya Akademi has planned to organise meets between writers and Odias living outside the state in order to promote the language in various places across the...   | Read..

Eco-friendly solar drying machine to process fish

A group of students and the faculty members at the Centurion University of Technology and Management worked with aluminium sheets and steel trays to create an eco-friendly...   | Read..

Vigilance department joins social media

The state vigilance department has decided to connect with the people through its Facebook page 'Odisha Vigilance.' Chief minister Naveen Patnaik will launch it tomorrow.   | Read..

Dowry torture charge on doctor

The 32-year-old wife of a doctor working with MKCG hospital has accused her husband and his family members of dowry harassment and physical torture.   | Read..

Rs 17-crore moat revamp takes off

The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has finally started restoration of the massive moat around the Barabati Fort four years after the central government sanctioned Rs...   | Read..

Steps in sync with rhythm

A two-day dance festival, Nrutyanjali, has witnessed artistes performing Odissi, apart from solo as well as group shows.   | Read..

BJD, BJP trade Posco project charges

The BJD and the BJP continues to trade charges over the eight million-tonne Posco steel plant project, which is hanging fire.   | Read..

Dollarbird spotted near Puri

A dollarbird ( Euristomus orientalis) has been spotted for the first time in Odisha.   | Read..

Census hope for increase in jumbo count

The wildlife department today started the elephant census in the Kuldhia sanctuary.   | Read..

Seer to take part in yatra

Swami Nishalananda Saraswati, the revered Shankaracharya of Govardhan Peetha in Puri agreed today to participate in the car festival of Lord Jagannath.   | Read..

Odia players stand tall

Sub-junior hockey players of Odisha have displayed a spectacular performance. It has been a busy week with a few hits and misses but a lot more are lined up in the...   | Read..
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