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Saturday , August 21 , 2010
 
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Rise in attacks forces govt to plan extra cover for foreign tourists
Perturbed by the recent attacks on foreign tourists, the state government is planning to introduce tourism police to provide protection to visitors from abroad....  | Read.. 
 
A journey of cinema history
He is not just another film lover who just likes to watch a movie in theatres over a bucket of popcorn and then forget a...  | Read.. 
 
Twin cities ready for traditional rakhi
With rakhi just around the corner, shops in the twin cities are full of colourful rakhis. This year these strings of lov...  | Read.. 
 
Sheen goes off brassware artisans
For Chaitanya Sahu, a 66-year-old traditional brass metal artisan of Majhisahi village under Routarapur gram panchayat i...  | Read.. 
 
 
Pundits make Sanskrit mantra of their lives
Villagers in Sasana vow to uphold traditional language for generations

Sanskrit is no longer spoken by people in most parts of the country, but there is a remote village in this coastal district ...  | Read.. 
 
School students beat drums on the mini marathon for the celebration of Rajiv Gandhi Akshaya Urja Diwas in front of Jaydev Bhawan in Bhubaneswar. Pict ...  | Read
 
 
Coming soon: Cult classics on campus
Students of Ravenshaw University will soon get to enjoy a rare treat of celluloid classics. In ...  | Read.. 
Sanskrit College on verge of closure
About 200 students still manage to study in the Bidya Bhusan Sanskruta Mahavidyalaya, where the...  | Read.. 
 
GPO fails to stamp out indiscipline
People of the capital city who avail of the service of the General Pos...  | Read.. 
Solar power lights up Orissa homes
From charging the mobile to lighting lanterns, solar energy is slowly ...  | Read.. 
Freedom fighter loses pension
Six years after he died, the Supreme Court today upheld the Central go...  | Read.. 
A bridge to road safety
The Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC) has decided to come up with a ...  | Read.. 
Public view on open varsity sought
The department of higher education has issued a notice inviting ‘publi...  | Read.. 
Naveen promises 3,000 hostels
Chief minister Naveen Patnaik has announced plans to set up 3,000 host...  | Read.. 
Food takes a toxic twist
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, goes the adage but it might not ...  | Read.. 
Hold exams as per schedule
The state government has directed schools to conduct the half-yearly e...  | Read.. 
Ravenshaw strike enters day three
Ravenshaw University students continued their hunger strike for the th...  | Read.. 
Molestation charge rocks city school
Tension gripped Saraswati Sishu Mandir school at Bargarh BRIT Colony i...  | Read.. 
Security beef up in two prisons
Security of two jails — where a number of gangsters are locked up — ha...  | Read.. 
 
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