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Friday , May 23 , 2014

Cracks reveal faultlines

Last night’s quake-triggered anxiety disappeared at daybreak, but the city woke up to witness cracks appearing on several structures. ...   | Read..

Police recover antique idols

Nine antique idols, which had been stolen from Kishore Jew Temple at Eranch village near Niali in Cuttack district on Ma...   | Read..

Odia boy serves an ace, bags top slot

What Odia tennis players could only dream of achieving in their career, 12-year-old Mahesh Mohapatra has already done. ...   | Read..

Pool cries for maintenance

The Jhasketan Sahu Municipal Swimming Pool here is lying in utter neglect....   | Read..

Traffic bears sewer job brunt

Police have clamped restriction on traffic movement and diverted vehicles from two places to facilitate sewer constructi...   | Read..
Governor SC Jamir administers the oath of office and secrecy to protem-speaker V Sugyani Kumari Deo, while Naveen Patnaik looks on at Raj Bhavan ...  | Read
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Murder leave Aul tense
Security has been beefed up in Aul Assembly constituency following the murder of a BJD activist...  | Read.. 
Two medical colleges for tribal areas
The central government today approved establishment of two medical colleges in public-private p...  | Read.. 

Cop dies on duty

Additional superintendent of police of Mayurbhanj Bibhudendra Kumar Ai...   | Read..

Realtor killed, probe begins

Police have begun investigation into yesterday’s firing incident in wh...   | Read..

Weather hampers rescue effort

Uncertainty over the fate of mountaineer Chanda Gayen, along with Pemb...   | Read..
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