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Thursday , September 4 , 2014
 

Court’s exam nod with rider

Orissa High Court today refused to derail Odisha Civil Services (Main) Examination–2011, which is scheduled to be held by the Odisha Public Service Commission from September 6....   | Read..
 

Budding managers profess girls’ education

Budding managers of a management institute here launched an awareness campaign on girl child education and making prima...   | Read..
 

ODI venue swapped, Barabati gets T20

The third One-Day International (ODI) cricket match between India and West Indies that was to be held at the Barabati St...   | Read..
 

Rower decides to lift anchor

Another jolt is set to hit Odisha’s rowing fraternity — after losing seven rowers in the recent past, the state is on th...   | Read..
 
 

Artha boss remand extended

The court of special chief judicial magistrate, CBI, today extended the remand of chairman-cum-managing director of Arth...   | Read..
 
City police in collaboration with autorickshaw associations introduced (see picture) a dress code for drivers in Bhubaneswar on Tuesday. In the first phase, 40 drivers at Vani Vihar Square donned the blue dress that also had a nameplate. In case any untoward incident happens, the uniform will help passengers identify the rogue drivers easily, police said.
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Help at hand for women in distress
Two branches of Maadhyam — a women support centre — were inaugurated today....  | Read.. 
Morph fun lands youth in cop net
Police have arrested a 36-year-old married man from Bangalore for allegedly morphing a girl’s p...  | Read.. 
 

Rout for ship salvage

Excise minister Damodar Rout today demanded salvage of the Mongolian s...   | Read..

In Naveen land, office calling even at 65

Unlike Charles Lamb’s The Superannuated Man, who “felt stunned, overwh...   | Read..
 
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