The Telegraph
Monday , April 28 , 2014
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Agonising wait for elusive rain

In spite of a trough line hovering over Odisha giving hope to the people, rain and thunderstorm still remains elusive....   | Read..

New probe into murder

The state government has ordered an administrative inquiry into the murder of Itishree Pradhan, a schoolteacher (sikshya...   | Read..

Fish trader injured

Krushna Chandra Sahu, 45, a fish wholesaler, was injured in a bomb attack here yesterday night....   | Read..

Water kiosks run dry in Cuttack

The local civic body has again drawn flak for not being able meet its target of setting up drinking water kiosks or jal ...   | Read..

Train derails in Angul

Two coaches of Ajmer-Puri Express derailed on the level crossing on NH-55 near Boinda Chhak, 38km away from Angul this a...   | Read..
A pitcher seller crosses the Koel river to sell earthen pots at the weekly market in Rourkela. Picture by Uttam Kumar Pal
Puri servitors to get ID cards
As the first step towards enhancing security in and around the 12th century Jagannath temple in...  | Read.. 
He shoots beasts, but only with camera
He has shot a huge number of beasts — but with his camera....  | Read.. 

CCTVs and alarm bells to fight ragging

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has asked educational instituti...   | Read..

Explore tourism

Odisha’s landscape is not only dotted with heritage sites of immense signif...   | Read..

Non-compliance rap for govt

Orissa High Court has directed the state government to comply with the recommendation of Justice P.K. Mishra Commission ...   | Read..

Bhubaneswar set for second hockey turf

The authorities have expedited construction of second synthetic turf at Ka...   | Read..

Pets turn vegetarians to keep it cool

Non-vegetarian delicacies are off from John’s platter and he has to de...   | Read..