The Telegraph
Sunday , February 20 , 2011
Since 1st March, 1999
All’s well signal on talks eve
As news trickled in that Ganti Prasad, a top Maoist leader, was being moved from Ongole jail to Malkangiri in connection with the crisis triggered by the abduction of Malkangiri collector R. Vineel Krishna and junior engineer Pabitra Mohan Majhi, t...  | Read.. 
Foreign tourist inflow surges
The Bihar tourism department is on seventh heaven, literally. For the seventh consecutive year, the state recorded a ris...  | Read.. 
Training school on verge of closure
The state’s only crew training institute here is on the verge of closure because of the government’s indifference. ...  | Read.. 
Coal supply hit badly as protesters continue rail roko
Coal dispatch from the Talcher coalfields to power stations in and outside the state has been paralysed due to indefinit...  | Read.. 
Maoists fall back on old tactics
In kidnapping Malkangiri collector R Vineel Krishna and a junior engineer, the Maoists have once again put to use a modu...  | Read.. 
FESTIVE OCCASION: Students of SG Women’s College, Rourkela, perform at the annual cultural festival on Saturday. Picture by Uttam Kumar Pal
Push to end border issue
India and Bangladesh are thinking of a joint operation to count the number of people living in ...  | Read.. 
Naveen bows to House pressure
Buckling under Opposition pressure, the Naveen Patnaik government has agreed to initiate a prob...  | Read.. 
Rain relief for state
In a welcome relief from the sweltering heat, heavy showers lashed the twi...  | Read..