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100 more beds on the way

Capital Hospital is set for expansion with a proposal for the addition of around 100 beds. The proposal is mainly about the expansion of the casualty and gynaecology wards....   | Read..
 

Too hot for cops to stay put

Most traffic intersections in the city have remained unmanned during the day because of the gruelling heat....   | Read..
 

Get ready for more blackouts this monsoon

This monsoon, the city might have to grope in the dark as no measure has so far been taken to carry out general maintenance ...   | Read..
 

Stillborn baby found in drain

Kharavela Nagar police today recovered the mutilated body of a prematurely-born baby near a drain in the Unit-IV market....   | Read..
 
 

1 arrested in ATM fraud case

A person was arrested today for allegedly withdrawing Rs 37,000 from the bank account of a woman without her knowledge. ...   | Read..
 
The ransacked electric office at Tinikonia Bagicha in Cuttack. Picture by Badrika Nath Das
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Odisha link to Buddhist trail
Odisha tourism is hoping to host trains from famous Buddhist circuits from central India with a...  | Read.. 
Veteran actress to grace award ceremony
The much-awaited Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra Award Festival, that features the most eminent names...  | Read.. 
 

Guest teaching scheme flops

The scheme of engaging retired government teachers to deal with vacanc...   | Read..

Time to plug cracks in BJD

The failed mutiny has left chief minister Naveen Patnaik with the tough ta...   | Read..

Fund gain from CMs trip

A failed coup at home during his UK visit might have forced chief mini...   | Read..
 
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