The Telegraph
Thursday , November 8 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

More water to quench thirst

More than 20,000 residents of Old Town will get better water supply from Mula Padia reservoirs as the public health engineering organisation is laying a Rs 2.5-crore pipeline from Fire Station Square to Poonama Gate near Palaspalli....   | Read..

Twin film treat for movie buffs

Two big-banner Odia movies are set to hit the screens over the next three months. ...   | Read..

Camp to groom chess champs

The second Grand Master Chess Coaching Camp for state players began here on Monday. ...   | Read..

Patient death draws ire

Tension prevailed at the casualty department of SCB Medical College and Hospital following the death of a patient during...   | Read..

Council employees in strike mode

Employees of the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) today started an indefinite strike here demanding that the...   | Read..
More water to quench thirst
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Time for Khushi’s family planning
Nandankanan authorities, in an inbreeding attempt, have begun the hunt for a male giraffe to partne...  | Read.. 
HC sticks to 10 more buses
Orissa High Court today refused to entertain the state government’s plea expressing inability t...  | Read.. 

Doc case: HC seeks report

Orissa High Court today directed the state government to submit a stat...   | Read..

Odisha IT boost on cards

The Odisha government will give a boost to the software sector by rene...   | Read..

Mining body in dock over coal block order

The Odisha Mining Corporation (OMC) finds itself in a spot with an int...   | Read..

Pakistan opens doors for Nitish caravan

In a week’s time, Nitish Kumar will have scored an exclusive and unlik...   | Read..
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