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Wednesday , July 23 , 2014
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Death traps stand tall

A day after a biker was seriously injured near Buddha Temple when a street light post fell on him, The Telegraph scanned several areas across the city and found electric poles lying in precarious positions, awaiting major mishaps at any moment...   | Read..

Houses two many for comfort

Getting a house or a plot of land from the development authority may be a dream for common people, but a person can manage m...   | Read..

Police flaunt video, lawyers strike work

Police commissioner R.P. Sharma today said that the team formed by him to look into the attack on advocate Nihar Ranjan ...   | Read..

Rs 5.5-lakh loot rocks Rourkela

Bike-borne goons looted cash worth Rs 5.5 lakh at gunpoint from an employee of a rice wholesale store at Bishradahar Roa...   | Read..

Few Plus Two students have email ids

Plus Two e-admission statistics have revealed that of the 5.22 lakh students, who had applied online, only 17 per cent h...   | Read..
Anganwadi workers protest against privatisation of midday meal cooking in the state near the Assembly in Bhubaneswar. Picture by Sanjib Mukherjee
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Theft cuffs on immigrant
The arrest of an infiltrator from Myanmar on theft charge has brought under sharp focus influx ...  | Read.. 
Rivers recede as rain halts
Vast areas of Jajpur and Bhadrak districts are reeling from flood due to two breaches on the Ba...  | Read.. 

Youth rescued

Police rescued a youth, who was kidnapped by a group of goons for rans...   | Read..

Call or click when in trouble

If you are a working woman and being harassed sexually, just dial 0674-645...   | Read..

Defaulter arrested on fraud charge

Officials of the state crime branch’s economic offence wing today arre...   | Read..