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Thursday , May 8 , 2014
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SCB help for poor patients

SCB Medical College and Hospital in Cuttack will be the first government-run health care delivery institution in the country to offer free bone marrow transplant surgery and chemotherapy for poor patients suffering from blood cancer....   | Read..

Bollywood dreams

Brought up in Australia, Pallavi Sharda surprisingly speaks unaccented Hindi and English and would love to learn Odissi. The ...   | Read..

Mystery over ex-copís death

Mystery shrouds the death of former director-general of police Indrajit Jachuck, whose body was found hanging from a cei...   | Read..

Distance bar on transfers

The technical education department today decided that no student would be allowed to take transfer to another institute ...   | Read..

Security beef up for MLA after bomb scare

Police tightened security measures for city MLA Ramesh Chandra Chyau Patnaik after some unidentified goons hurled bombs ...   | Read..
A doctor treats a patient at the bone marrow transplant unit of SCB Medical College and Hospital in Cuttack. Telegraph picture
SCB help for poor patients
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New building for civic body
The much-awaited 10-storey Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation headquarters building will be cons...  | Read.. 
When two Kings fight, city cheers loud
The turnout was expected to be huge and the crowd did not disappoint. As the IPL returned to th...  | Read.. 

Tiny tots paint on walls & befriend emus

Tiny hands learnt to paint on walls and decorate the house as well as the ...   | Read..
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