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Friday , February 24 , 2012
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Axe on cooler climes
Umbrellas are already out with citizens battling the rising mercury. The meteorological office here recorded 38.4°C as the maximum temperature of the day. ...  | Read.. 
BMC solid waste disposal stinks of scam
The state vigilance filed two cases involving 24 employees of the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) last month con...  | Read.. 
New number plates to check car theft
High-security registration plates, which can check the theft of vehicles, are set to be introduced in the state soon. State ...  | Read.. 
Kidnap charge lands auto driver in CBI net
CBI sleuths today arrested a person here on the charge of kidnapping one of his friends in 2008. ...  | Read.. 
I always idolise my mother
Girls of my age usually idolise women such as Mother Teresa, astronaut Kalpana Chawla, India’s first woman Prime Minist...  | Read.. 
A yoga and meditation session on at Sai International School, Bhubaneswar, to de-stress students ...  | Read
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Film fest
Theatre festival goes multilingual
Kalinga Natya Mahotsav, the week-long multilingual drama festival, is attracting a large number...  | Read.. 
Imprint of a Japanese artist
The printmaking studio of Lalit Kala Akademi, Regional Centre, in the city was bustling with se...  | Read.. 
Staff crunch at Khallikote
Khallikote Autonomous College here is facing a severe staff crunch. Fo...  | Read.. 
IT hits vacancy hurdle
Odisha may claim to have hit the IT highway, but the ground realities ...  | Read.. 
HC curbs on school fees
Orissa High Court today imposed fresh restrictions on the New Stewart ...  | Read.. 
Odisha economy on a high
Good news on the economic front for Odisha. Despite the global slowdow...  | Read..