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Saturday , June 14 , 2014
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Meat mess still rules

Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporationís delay in setting up abattoirs has forced butchers to sell meat on the roadside in unhygienic conditions. The open sale of meat creates an unhealthy atmosphere, particularly dangerous for children. The authorities turn a blind eye in spite of law being in place a...   | Read..

Debris in Mahanadi raises flood threat

Officials of the water resources department in Mahanadi south division (Cuttack) are concerned over dumping of debris on...   | Read..

Fans lose sleep over football

Football fever has gripped the city with fans staying awake through the night to savour the FIFA World Cup matches. The tour...   | Read..

108 ambulance service improves patient inflow

After introduction of the dial 108 ambulance service, the inflow of emergency patients has gone up in the government-run...   | Read..

ĎAdvaniji continues to guide the BJPí

Your journey from Talcher to become a Union minister is a phenomenal one. How do you feel? ...   | Read..
Lakhs witness Lord’s holy bath
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Govt to hike tech college fee
The state government is all set to enhance fee in at least 128 technical institutes from this a...  | Read.. 
Raids to check polythene use
The municipal corporation has decided to launch a crackdown on polythene bags after failing to ...  | Read.. 

Scanner on drug store and sale

The drugs control administration, along with city police, are conducti...   | Read..

Raja: Time to celebrate womanhood

The three-day celebration of Raja, one of the prime festivals of the s...   | Read..

Lakhs witness Lordís holy bath

Lakhs of devotees today thronged the town to witness the ...   | Read..
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