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Tuesday , August 5 , 2014
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Rain too much for twin cities

Normal life was thrown out of gear as heavy rain triggered by a low-pressure system formed in the Bay of Bengal lashed the twin cities for the second consecutive day here on Monday. ...   | Read..

Excess water released from Hirakud

Several parts of the state experienced a flood-like condition following incessant rain induced by low pressure in the Ba...   | Read..

Sandy touches Gopalpur

Perth-based kayaker Sandy Robson, 47, who is on a world expedition, touched Gopalpur coast at 4.45pm yesterday....   | Read..

Theatre treat wows audience

The works of two stalwarts, one from ancient times and another from the modern era, were presented in form of plays in t...   | Read..

MTech remedy for teacher woes

The state government is planning to get more BTech students to pursue MTech and PhD programmes in an effort to meet the ...   | Read..
Schoolchildren wade through a waterlogged street at Jhola Sahi in Cuttack and vehicles ply through Acharya Vihar road in Bhubaneswar on Monday. Pictures by Badrika Nath Das and Sanjib Mukherjee
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Gang-rape, murder of teen rock Ganjam
A 17-year-old college girl was allegedly gang-raped and murdered at Humuri Dharasaranpur villag...  | Read.. 
Sujit Meher ready to stun fashionistas
After mesmerising Bangalore with his marvellous motifs, Odia fashion designer Sujit Meher will once...  | Read.. 

Cautious BMC checks food quality

With incessant rain raising the fear of diseases caused by water and f...   | Read..

Secretaries’ meet reveals slow utilisation of funds

At a secretary-level meeting, which was presided over by chief secreta...   | Read..

CBI raids finance firm

The CBI today raided the corporate and branch offices of Midas Touch G...   | Read..