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Monday , November 25 , 2013
 
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Bali yatra ends on a high note

Curtains came down on the weeklong Bali yatra festival here today with a footfall of about 10 lakh people. ...   | Read..
 

Power cut spoils Sunday

Various parts of the city today experienced power cut for around eight hours, causing difficulty for both city residents...   | Read..
 

City to get first abattoir

The municipal corporation plans to set up a modern and scientific slaughterhouse here to stop meat sellers from slaughtering...   | Read..
 

Child’s stunt sparks row

A dangerous stunt show by a six-year-old boy has sparked a row with the government-run child welfare committee (CWC) ini...   | Read..
 
 

Whip on officials for dilapidated buildings

The state government has warned its officials of stringent disciplinary action for lapses in renovating and repairing di...   | Read..
 
Dreams on wheels: A child takes a nap on a pile of old newspapers being carried on a rickshaw trolley in Bhubaneswar. Picture by Ashwinee Pati
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Routray’s revenge
The helplessness of labour minister Bijoyshree Routray was evident in the days following the fire mishap . ...  | Read.. 
Guest Column
Spiritual art in USA
Encounter with American art at Guggenheim and New Museum in New York made me aware of a new dimensio...  | Read.. 
 

College faces fund crunch

Rajendra Autonomous College, the oldest institution of west Odisha, wh...   | Read..

Students flock classrooms, skip tuitions

Engineering aspirants are spending more time in their college classroo...   | Read..

Dark hours to end in Ganjam

Restoration of power in Ganjam district, which was ravaged by cyclone ...   | Read..

Cop axe on Sambalpur drug racket

Sambalpur police busted a racket involved in the illegal selling of co...   | Read..
 
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