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Tuesday , December 25 , 2012
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Yuletide spirit grips twin cities

Twinkling Christmas stars and tinkling bells in the winter chill have set the perfect stage to welcome Santa Claus to the twin cities of Bhubaneswar and Cuttack. The festival, which marks the birth of Jesus Christ, is being celebrated with zeal and religious fervour in both the cities....   | Read..

Tight patrol to ensure peace

Security was tightened throughout the communally sensitive Kandhamal district today ahead of Christmas celebrations with...   | Read..

Morning loot at Kocheli temple

Thieves barged into the Kocheli temple at Kathagada Sahi here early this morning and fled with gold and silver ornaments...   | Read..

Time for secured jobs

Government sector jobs have become more attractive....   | Read..

Court slams Odisha govt

The Odisha government is in trouble for alleged non-compliance of Orissa High Courtís directions aimed to prevent cascad...   | Read..
GS Prasad (in black coat), CEO of Rourkela Steel Plant, looks on the flowers at an exhibition, Rose and Chrysanthemum Show 2012, in Rourkela. Picture by Uttam Kumar Pal
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State set to miss film festival
Odisha is set to miss out on a national film festival as the state government is yet to respond...  | Read.. 
My shield? My sandal
I grew up in Mumbai, a city that takes pride in being safe for women. Indeed, after seeing eve-tease...  | Read.. 

One detained in auto molest case

Khandagiri police have detained an autorickshaw driver from the city t...   | Read..

Odissi artistes bat for art form

A day after The Telegraph published a report of vocalist Sunanda Patnaik e...   | Read..