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Saturday , February 1 , 2014

Wait for bus at swanky sheds

The municipal corporation has entrusted construction of 159 modern rest sheds for bus passengers in the city....   | Read..

Thieves take bulbs, civic body light posts

The stretch between AG Square and Raj Bhavan Square has been stolen of its charm....   | Read..

Torture slur on ex-army captain

The wife of a former Indian Army captain today met officials of the State Human Right’s Commission, accusing Sambalpur p...   | Read..

Two stalwarts: Different approach, same goal

Two iconic personalities — Mahatma Gandhi and Bhimrao Ambedkar — and their struggle to shape the future of the country’s opp...   | Read..

Northeast flavours charm Puri

Octave, a grand spectacle of art, dance, music and crafts from the northeastern states came to a befitting end at Saradh...   | Read..
School students perform a dance at a cultural evening organised by Ganjam Kala Parishad in Berhampur on Friday. Picture by Gopal Krishna Reddy
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Youths unite to build nation
Youths from across the state today took part in the state-level youth convention organised by N...  | Read.. 
Odisha babus on protest path
Members of the Odisha Administrative Service Association have decided to launch an agitation fr...  | Read.. 

Police free school staff

Two abducted employees of a private school in the Maoist-dominated Kor...   | Read..

Garbage at Balangir gate

The local civic body’s practice of dumping garbage by the Balangir-Tit...   | Read..

Superstition kills three of family

Ignorance and superstition claimed three lives of a nomad family at Nu...   | Read..

Parties promise the moon

In their fight for supremacy in the Municipal corporation elections, t...   | Read..
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