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Wednesday , June 18 , 2014

That’s where you’ll chug in

Images of crowd, chaos and filth are bound to flood your mind whenever you think of the city railway station. But a Rs 230-crore plan promises to change all that. ...   | Read..

Chandaka haven for eco tourism

The government will develop the Chandaka-Dampara Wildlife Sanctuary on the city outskirts into an eco-tourism zone....   | Read..

Search for kidney racket boss hots up

Police today intensified their search to nab Rashmiranjan Khatua, alleged kingpin of the kidney sale racket in Cuttack. ...   | Read..

Herbal cure to heal deities

The Trinity are unwell ever since they were given a grand bath on deba snana purnima last week to beat the scorch...   | Read..

Team to probe Plus II result anomalies

Higher education minister Pradeep Kumar Panigrahy today said that a fact-finding team would be set up to look into the a...   | Read..
Traditional healers prepare phuluri tela to cure sick deities at the Jagannath temple in Puri. Picture by Sarat Patra
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Opposition seeks meet on rath climb
The state government finds itself on a sticky wicket regarding the issue of allowing devotees t...  | Read.. 
PIL jab at blood bank function
The Central Red Cross Blood Bank here has been embroiled in a fresh controversy with a PIL file...  | Read.. 

Team study Hirakud seepages

A team of officials of the National Dam Safety Review Panel today visi...   | Read..

Mangrove drive to combat nature fury

Rajnagar residents here have taken up a mangrove regeneration drive to...   | Read..

Balasore youth held on murder charge

Balasore police today arrested a 25-year-old person with a criminal ba...   | Read..

Industry witnesses gradual rise

Odisha’s economy is witnessing a gradual shift from its traditional de...   | Read..

Transporters demand fare revision

The state government’s proposal to increase value added tax on diesel ...   | Read..