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Demolition drive spills liquor
Authorities of the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation yesterday demolished an illegal foreign liquor shop that set off a demolition drive in the Kharavela Nagar area close to a private hospital....  | Read.. 
 
Flats remain distant dream
The wait for a house for the serving and retired central government employees under the Central Government Employee Welf...  | Read.. 
 
Cueist from state strikes it right this time
If it was billiards last time, this year Orissa boy Ashutosh Padhy made the state proud in snooker at the national champions...  | Read.. 
 
Five buses ply on new route
The city buses today rolled on a new route between Gada Gopinath Prasad (GGP) colony at Mancheswar and May Fair Square a...  | Read.. 
 
 
Connect with nature in sacred woods
The value of forest conservation is best understood by the people staying near the hills and plains with forest areas, w...  | Read.. 
 
Orissa Pradesh Congress president Niranjan Patnaik with senior Congress leader Lalatendu Bidyadhar Mohapatra (right) at a rally demanding resignation ...  | Read
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Peak-hour problem on Khapuria Road
Commuters have been experiencing a tough time dealing with heavy traffic rush on prominent road...  | Read.. 
Guest Column
It is indeed fearful to recollect those three fateful years of my high school life. Those three year...  | Read.. 
 
Axe effect at Posco site
Project-related work gathered momentum at the Posco project site with ...  | Read.. 
Focus on specialist lawyers
Chief Justice of high court, V. Gopala Gowda today laid the foundation...  | Read.. 
High schools threaten shutdown
Protesting against the apathy of the state government, around 1,983 bl...  | Read.. 
Plea to extend OJEE date
The Orissa Private Engineering College Association (OPECA) has urged t...  | Read.. 
Moo! Rs 27 lakh cover for a cow
Believe it or not. A cow was insured for Rs 27 lakh and the government pai...  | Read.. 
 
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BJD youth meet
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