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Monday , May 5 , 2014
 
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Transmitter route to read meter

To ensure better power load management and easier meter reading, Central Electricity Supply Utility (Cesu) has introduced radio frequency system on a pilot basis in the city. ...   | Read..
 

Kidnap, rape charge on tutor

A 26-year-old tutor was arrested for allegedly kidnapping and raping a 17-year-old girl. ...   | Read..
 

Kings XI land, stage set for cricket carnival

The Kings XI Punjab team reached the city amidst tight security today to play their IPL matches in Cuttack on May 7 and 11....   | Read..
 

Illegal booze, theft worry for Infocity

Residents living within the limits of Infocity police station today urged the cops to curb illegal liquor trading near S...   | Read..
 
 

Water scarce, but none to plug leakage

While several parts of the city are experiencing acute water shortage, a pipe that has broken in front of the local cour...   | Read..
 
Bhubaneswar witnessed a rare celestial spectacle as a huge halo was formed around the blazing sun around 11am on Sunday. This colourful ring is also called 22° halo. Weather scientists says that such optical phenomenon is formed when the sunrays get refracted through the crystallised water vapours in the upper part of troposphere.
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Of elephants and humans
Mark Roland Shand, popularly known as the Elephant Man and widely acclaimed for his efforts to save...  | Read.. 
Court rejects SCB unit shift
Orissa High Court has rejected the state government constituted committee’s report on relocatio...  | Read.. 
 

Wagon catches fire

Panic gripped the railway station here after authorities a coal-laden ...   | Read..