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Friday , March 28 , 2014
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Empty houses turn den for goons

The resident welfare associations of various colonies promoted by the Bhubaneswar Development Authority (BDA) and Odisha State Housing Board (OSHB) are worried over unoccupied houses that ...   | Read..

Fourteen years on, market lies unused

A market complex near the Khandagiri Housing Board Colony is lying unutilised for 14 years after its construction. ...   | Read..

Firm returns money to investors

The Justice R.K. Patra Commission has received proof of money refund to investors in Odisha by a Bengal-based deposit co...   | Read..

Pink autos to hit streets in April

Pink autorickshaws, a transport facility that would give priority to ensure secure rides for female passengers, will start p...   | Read..

Sand tractor kills student

Tension gripped Barimund village on the city outskirts after a 12-year-old Rudra Narayan Naik died when a tractor hit hi...   | Read..
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Assets shine in star battle
Six celebrities, consisting of film and sports stars, are contesting from various Assembly and ...  | Read.. 
Naveen trains Phailin gun at Opposition
BJD supremo and chief minister Naveen Patnaik continued his attack on leaders of national polit...  | Read.. 

CBSEs international syllabus gets popular

The international curriculum introduced by the Central Board of Second...   | Read..

Ensemble of colourful acts

The theatre juggernaut continues to roll with city-based cultural orga...   | Read..

Osakothi gets urban home

Artistes from various villages in Ganjam attracted art lovers at Osako...   | Read..
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