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Saturday , December 1 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

HIV hub shifts east

Bihar is among 10 states mainly in eastern and northern India that now account for over half of all new HIV infections among adults and may require stronger control efforts, a Union health ministry agency said today....   | Read..

Cesu official released on bail

A junior engineer of the Central Electricity Supply Utility (Cesu), who had been arrested following the death of a pregn...   | Read..

HC to take up lawyer case

Orissa High Court will monitor police investigation into the attack on a city-based lawyer, Iswar Chandra Das, by uniden...   | Read..

Afghan offer for Utkal

Officials from the Central Statistics Organisation (CSO), Afghanistan, have offered to hire scholars from Utkal Universi...   | Read..

Dance and sand art to light up Konark

The 700-year-old Konark temple will reverberate with ankle bells of dancers from all over the country during the 23rd ed...   | Read..
On the eve of World Aids Day an artist in Berhampur tries to create awareness against HIV-AIDS through sand art. Picture by Gopal Krishna Reddy
OUAT tops in registration of plant types
Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology has registered the maximum number of plant vari...  | Read.. 
House on boil over farmers
The Opposition today stalled the proceedings of the Assembly for the second day demanding a dis...  | Read.. 

Teachers block ministersí homes

Agitating teachers and employees from various block grant schools of t...   | Read..

Naveenís jewellery box shrinks

Bachelorhood, it seems, is the only ornament that chief minister Naveen Pa...   | Read..

Feb date for direct cash to accounts

The inaugural instalment of the governmentís direct cash transfer sche...   | Read..

Odisha mulls doc retire age

The state government is considering a proposal to raise the retirement...   | Read..
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