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Tuesday , July 8 , 2014
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They leave for home, business follows

Prashant Bisoi, the owner of the shoe stand near the Shree Gundicha temple, is staring at a huge loss of business as no devotees will visit the shrine after the departure of the Trinity and, therefore, the earnings will reduce or may even stop....   | Read..

Lord more attractive than great careers

Highly qualified youths, who belong to servitor families and used to work outside, have returned to Puri over the past few ye...   | Read..

Cops serve cool prasad

With the sun shining brightly and humidity becoming unbearable, devotees had solace from heat thanks to police personnel...   | Read..

Neighbours happy that He’s back

The Lord is their major reason for cheer but at times, the rath yatra does get on the nerves of those living in the vicinity ...   | Read..

Cables go under, power stays on

The temple town did not experience any power outage during car festival this year, thanks to underground cabling along t...   | Read..
Chief minister Naveen Patnaik on the campus of the newly opened Xavier University of Bhubaneswar at Harirajpur on Monday. Picture by Sanjib Mukherjee
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Hint of RSS nod for Shah elevation
The RSS has stamped its approval on Amit Shah’s elevation as the next BJP president, said Sangh...  | Read.. 
B-school boost for students
The Xavier University of Bhubaneswar (XUB) came into being today, a year after the Assembly gav...  | Read.. 

Khandagiri Square, a spot of bother

The transport authorities have identified Khandagiri Square as a “blac...   | Read..

Court lens on medical plots

The state government has provided land for 33 private hospitals and nu...   | Read..

Raids to bust vaccine racket

The Directorate of Drugs Control Administration on Monday conducted ra...   | Read..