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Friday , March 14 , 2014

HC relief for drainage woes

Residents of Acharya Vihar in Bhubaneswar are now feeling relieved as Orissa High Court vacated a status quo order on encroachments on government land along the drainage channel No. 4. ...   | Read..

Once a snatcher, now a catcher

Life has changed for Bapi Nayak, 21, who had been jailed for five months in a theft case, after he became a volunteer in a n...   | Read..

Man detained for wife’s death

Khandagiri police today detained a 38-year-old person from Jagamara following the mysterious death of his 24-year-old wi...   | Read..

Maoists try to spring back

District superintendent of police Prateek Mohanty today said Maoists were trying to re-establish and regroup their cadre...   | Read..

Dogs terrorise Cuttack

The municipal corporation has drawn flak for not being able to check stray dog menace in the city....   | Read..
Students take part in an awareness rally on World Kidney Day at Ram Mandir Square in Bhubaneswar. Picture by Ashwinee Pati
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Jailer suspended in Uliburu case
Superintendent of Keonjhar district jail Amiya Kumar Patnaik was suspended on charges of ...  | Read.. 
Listeners soak in spirit of mystic Sufi music
The Sufi Music Festival of Bhubaneswar Music Circle, Samarpan, concluded today at Rabindra ...  | Read.. 

Get JEE admit cards online

Students who have registered for the Joint Entrance Examination (mains...   | Read..

Teachers shape our lives

Besides my parents, the only people I know closely are my teachers. ...   | Read..

Awards and events galore

New school...   | Read..

Students, get set for talent khel

Students across the state will put their thinking caps on. A group of ...   | Read..
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