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Stars shine again at planetarium

The Pathani Samanta Planetarium, which had been closed since August 8 last year for renovation, was thrown open to the public today. The first day saw as many as 342 visitors, which included 100 children....   | Read..
 

Police station gheraoed over land dispute

Slum dwellers today gheraoed Laxmi Sagar police station demanding a plot of land be handed over to them where the gover...   | Read..
 

ATM crook from Bihar in net

City police last night detained a member of a gang involved in stealing money from ATM booths in the city. ...   | Read..
 

Santoshi Vihar fears inundation during rains

Plots come first at a higher level, roads come later. And the problem continues at Santoshi Vihar. ...   | Read..
 
 

Fort that guarded seeks care now

The gigantic Raibania fort here that had witnessed the reign of several dynasties over centuries has almost been reduced...   | Read..
 
A youth volunteer dressed as killer demon campaigns in Bhubaneswar to spread awareness on tobacco-related diseases on the eve of World No Tobacco Day. ...  | Read
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Dance festival showcases Odissi talents
Young Odissi talents made the best use of the platform given to them at Nrutyambada, the annual...  | Read.. 
Soiree of devotional ragas & beats
Suradhara — the aptly titled music festival held at Jayadev Bhavan on Sunday — won over the aud...  | Read.. 
 

Vibrant Sambalpuri renditions take over

The vibrant and energetic music and dance of western Odisha is being c...   | Read..

Power cut spurs violence

A mob today ransacked the electric office in Ranihat to protest agains...   | Read..

Group clash injures four

Four persons were injured, two of them seriously, in a clash between t...   | Read..

Village fire guts 450 houses

Nearly 150 families whose houses were gutted in yesterday’s fire at Go...   | Read..

Plant pipe plugged

Cracks in the gypsum pipeline at the Paradip Phosphate Limited (PPL) f...   | Read..

Varsities go ahead with admissions

Even though the results of quite a few degree colleges are yet to come...   | Read..

Plus Two exams to gain emphasis

If you are bunking your Plus Two classes for private coaching, think t...   | Read..

Rights curb charge on Puri temple

The Jagannath temple managing committee has been accused of violating ...   | Read..

AAI mulls Jeypore airport in Koraput

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) is considering a proposal of the...   | Read..

Paradip to handle iron ore pellets

Paradip Port Trust is now poised to handle the consignment of about 55...   | Read..

Pyari meet sets tongues wagging

A group of ruling BJD legislators today met at the residence of Rajya Sabh...   | Read..

Manipuri extremist held in Gopalpur

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) arrested Ibotombi Asem alias A...   | Read..
 
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