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Tuesday , June 12 , 2012
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Visual blight, but no relief in sight

The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) and public works department (PWD) has transformed a playground in ward No. 45 behind Unit-VI Boys’ High School into the resting place for tonnes of trash....   | Read..

Thirsty citizens demand water

Hundreds of residents of Bhaktamadhu Nagar, mostly women carrying empty buckets on their heads, surrounded the office of...   | Read..

Home rape case cook on protest path

Twenty-three-year-old Deepika Barik, who had come to the limelight in September 2009, following a police raid on an orph...   | Read..

Pre-monsoon breather for capital

Pre-monsoon rains in the city have brought some welcome respite from the intense heat. The capital witnessed 3.1mm rainfall ...   | Read..

Union bill draws flak

The Union human resources development ministry’s proposed Higher Education and Research Bill, 2011, has come under flak ...   | Read..
Garbage dumped at a temporary site near Unit-VI ground by the sanitation wing of the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation. On the left is a football goalpost. Picture by Ashwinee Pati
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Foul play cry in death
The parents of a 17-year-old OJEE rank-holder, who died under mysterious circumstances on June ...  | Read.. 
Three held for running into Naveen convoy
Three members of a family were arrested here this afternoon after they came in the way of chief...  | Read.. 

Maoists venture into new zones

Maoists are making forays into newer areas, their latest target being ...   | Read..

Murder probe begins

Police today began investigation into the murder of Sagar Panda whose ...   | Read..

Deities’ chariots get painted

Carpenters are hard at work on the three chariots of the deities in Pu...   | Read..

Shots speak volumes

A total of 15 young photographers turned a cold shoulder to the sizzli...   | Read..