The Telegraph
Sunday , May 6 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Bitter home truths for outsiders

The greenery and cleanliness of the Temple City left 24-year-old Radhika from Chennai speechless, when she first stepped into the city. Little did she know that the capital city would make it tough for her to find even a decent accommodation, forcing her to think of leaving the place in only a few ...   | Read..

Ramesh dose for IIT ‘disease’

Jairam Ramesh today warned against regionalism in higher education. ...   | Read..

Funds lesson for Naveen

Union rural development minister Jairam Ramesh today asked the Odisha government to stop criticising the Centre and star...   | Read..

Homage to Cong leader

Political leaders and people from different walks of life today paid tributes to veteran leader and former minister Nali...   | Read..

Goons beat up NTPC official

Some unidentified goons today assaulted deputy general manager (human resource department) of Talcher Thermal Power Stat...   | Read..
A government-run working women hostel in Bhubaneswar. Telegraph picture
Germans told to leave Balangir’s Red hotbed
Police today asked five German nationals, who had ventured into the Maoist-infested Khaprakhol ...  | Read.. 
Naveen for CMs’ panel on NCTC
Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik today refused to accept the National Counter Terrorism Cen...  | Read..