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Sunday , April 15 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999
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Schools lose sleep over quota

The Supreme Court judgment on all schools, barring unaided minority institutions, having to set aside 25 per cent of their seats for disadvantaged sections in the neighbourhood, has left private school authorities fuming....  | Read.. 
Bail hurdle to Jhina release
As the abducted Biju Janata Dal MLA, Jhina Hikaka, spent one more day in Maoist captivity, the state government looking ...  | Read.. 
Nine minors held for rape
Nine minors were today arrested on the charge of raping a Class X student near Chhengjharan village in Bisra police stat...  | Read.. 
Three held for firing
The Mancheswar police have detained three persons suspecting their involvement in the Friday incident of firing at a wom...  | Read.. 
Naveen visit forces plan rejig
The Koraput district administration is taking a fresh look at issues affecting tribal people of the district following c...  | Read.. 
Chief secretary Bijay Kumar Pattnaik takes a look at fire fighting equipment displayed on the occasion of Fire Safety Week in Bhubaneswar on Saturday. ...  | Read
Highway plan in land tangle
Inordinate delay in land acquisition and haphazard progress of ancillary project-related work h...  | Read.. 
Strike hits life in Bhograi
Life was paralysed in Bhograi block in this district today because of a dawn-to-dusk strike cal...  | Read.. 
Rail work gains pace
The East Coast Railway (ECoR) is likely to make the Lanjigarh-Junagarh...  | Read.. 
Odisha to revise fire rules
Rules under the Fire Service Act, 1993, are likely to be framed soon a...  | Read..