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Wednesday , May 28 , 2014
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Stink scare & bid to beat it

The civic body seems to be struggling hard to maintain all-round sanitation due to the low pressure-induced rain that continued to lash the city for the third consecutive day here today....   | Read..

Wastage cry as office of ministers get revamped

Ministerial corridors in the state secretariat are now buzzing with activities after a lull of more than two months....   | Read..

Students take to street over fee hike

Students of Ravenshaw University today staged a demonstration protesting against “arbitrary” fee hike in various courses...   | Read..

Police detain 13 juvenile home inmates

Police today traced and detained 13 of 27 delinquents of a juvenile home — who had escaped last evening after injuring f...   | Read..

KIIT grads on salary high

Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT) is on a placement high. Daelim, a global leader in engineering and con...   | Read..
Members of various employees’ unions felicitate chief minister Naveen Patnaik in Bhubaneswar on Tuesday. Picture by Sanjib Mukherjee
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Fruits dearer before Savitri
Narendra Modi bhakts may claim “acchhe din aa gaye”, but fruit-lovers swear it’s not so....  | Read.. 
Tension over raze drive in Baramunda
Tension erupted at Baramunda today with angry residents blocking the National Highway 5 (between Ch...  | Read.. 

Weighbridge way to ensure garbage truth

Expect the quantum of dumped garbage in the neighbourhood to be less a...   | Read..