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Tuesday , September 2 , 2014
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BDA talks transparency

The development authority will put documents related to allotment of plots and houses on its website, having burnt its fingers in the discretionary quota issue....   | Read..

One held for murder in Baripada

The Mayu-rbhanj police on Sunday arrested two persons for allegedly murdering a 40-year-old widow of Dighi village under...   | Read..

Gajapati paralysed over student suicide

Life was paralysed in Gajapati district as activists of the Adivasi Mahasangh today observed a dawn-to-dusk strike, dema...   | Read..

Guards kill each other

Two security guards of a bank today killed each other with their own licensed guns. The reason behind the incident is, h...   | Read..

VC focus on law research

Law schools are like modern ‘gurkuls’, said Srikrishna Deva Rao today, who took charge as the vice-chancellor of Nationa...   | Read..
People shop at the Cottonfab exhibition in Bhubaneswar. Picture by Ashwinee Pati
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Utkal University gears up for polls
The Utkal University is gearing up for students’ union elections scheduled for September 29....  | Read.. 
Blame it on defunct drains
Weakening of a low pressure system formed over south Odisha has caused incessant rain in the city r...  | Read.. 

Shoppers spoilt for choice at fabric fair

Silk and cotton fabric are weaving magic at the ongoing Cottonfab exhi...   | Read..

Cameras installed on police vehicles

Three closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras were today installed on...   | Read..