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Enter cops, exit nightlife

Partying beyond the Cinderella Hour may be cool for the capital’s Gen Y but the police are seeing red. Led by Bhubaneswar deputy commissioner of police Nitinjeet Singh, the cops broke up a raucous party at a posh city hotel at Kharavela Nagar late last night. ...   | Read..
 

Study and bend iron shackles

Gobinda Chandra Nayak, 30, a convict in a rape case who has been serving his term in Jharpada jail since 2009, passed th...   | Read..
 

Rejig cloud on Naveen team

Work overload seems to be affecting chief minister Naveen Patnaik’s administrative capabilities....   | Read..
 

Murder accused held in Cuttack

Two persons were arrested today in connection with the youth’s murder that had sparked tension at Dargha Bazar yesterday...   | Read..
 
 

Get set for better Odia experience

The tourism department has stepped up the construction of the modern tourism complex near Khandagiri and Udaygiri hills. The...   | Read..
 
The under-construction tourism complex in Bhubaneswar. Pictures by Ashwinee Pati
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Axe to fall on 2000 trees for new road
The state government is planning to construct a road through the horticulture nursery and orcha...  | Read.. 
Odisha IAS officers shifted
Senior bureaucrat Aparajita Sarangi, who has always been in the news for various “controversies...  | Read.. 
 

Rebels unleash terror

A special police officer (SPO) was killed and another injured in a gun...   | Read..