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Walkers get gym with view

The development authority has unwrapped gifts for residents here on the occasion of its 33rd foundation day — open-air gymnasiums at five major parks. The facilities, which were inaugurated...   | Read..

Fortune smiles on wood sculptor

Octogenarian artist Banambar Nayak has been working for decades on wooden sculptures that are a fusion of the traditional and the contemporary.   | Read..

One hurt in school bomb blast

One person was critically injured when crude bombs exploded on the premises of an upper primary school at Bamphi Sahu under Purighat police limits here today. Police said...   | Read..

Crime branch to probe Sura case

The state government today ordered a crime branch probe into the activities of Surendra Mishra alias Sura baba, who was arrested along with his two sons yesterday on a slew...   | Read..

Time for honour and few right moves

Young chess players win accolades, while state govt honours hockey Olympian Birendra Lakra with Biju Patnaik award on Sports Day.   | Read..

College students get learners' licence

The regional transport office (RTO) today held a camp at Rajdhani College here to issue learner’s licence to students and handed out booklets with traffic rules for...   | Read..

Talcher's wait all set to end

The foundation stone for a medical college and hospital at Talcher will be laid on Thursday.    | Read..

Utkal to have rural campus

A rural campus of Utkal University will be set up at Chandikhole in Jajpur district, around 65km from the main campus here.   | Read..

Utility corridors to end dig-up pain of roads

Frequent digging of new roads by various departments could be a thing of the past with the government planning to have a mandatory utility corridor while designing a stretch.   | Read..

Free blood for pregnant, sick children: Naveen

Chief minister Naveen Patnaik today directed the health department to provide free-of-cost blood to pregnant women and sick children at government hospitals across the state.   | Read..

Probe begins into oil pilferage in Paradip

Officials of the Odisha State Pollution Control Board and Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) today began a probe to find out what had led to the rupturing of pipelines...   | Read..

Popular novelist ignites romance of reading

Popular writer Ravinder Singh, known for his romantic novels, is in the city to interact with youngsters and to inspire them to read books as part of a unique...   | Read..

Police portal boon for Berhampur

Police here have launched a website to share public views, their suggestions and receive complaints.   | Read..
The fisheries and animal resources development department opened a modern ice cream parlour at...   | Read..
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