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Monday , August 4 , 2014

Drop by drop, fear & filth grow

The Indian Meteorological Department has forecast heavy rainfall in the next 48 hours and this has panicked those living in low-lying areas of Bhubaneswar and Cuttack....   | Read..

Energy-efficient lamps to glow & save money

Energy-efficient street lights will be illuminating city stretches within the next nine months. ...   | Read..

Rain pours trouble on Unit-I market

The environment inside and around Unit I daily market, the biggest and oldest in the city, is every visitorís nightmare ...   | Read..

Ten held for torture on tribals

Mayurbhanj police have arrested 10 persons on Saturday for allegedly torturing three persons, including two elderly wome...   | Read..

BJD to support insurance bill in RS

The Naveen Patnaik-led Biju Janata Dalís decision to support the Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill in the Rajya Sabha come...   | Read..
Members of a womenís club join hands wearing colourful bands on the occasion of Friendship Day in Berhampur on Sunday. Picture by Gopal Krishna Reddy
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Mushroom meal leaves 23 ill
Twenty-three persons, including 21 women and children, belonging to seven families of Purunaban...  | Read.. 
Guest Column
In the annals of history, we find art and religion walking in unison, one supporting the other to ac...  | Read.. 

Rourkela top cop warns of ATM fraud

Police have appealed to the people what the banks and the RBI have bee...   | Read..

Rainwater floods Sambalpur

Heavy downpour for nearly nine hours created havoc in the city today. ...   | Read..

Buddhist abode near Konark

The Sun temple is not the only place for sightseeing when in Konark, a...   | Read..

Man kills wife, self

A 35-year-old man allegedly killed his wife before committing suicide ...   | Read..