The Telegraph
Wednesday , March 25 , 2015

Evicted vendors hit back

Hopes rose and permanent traders heaved a sigh of relief when encroachments were removed from the Unit-II market area. But their joy proved to be short-lived.   | Read..

Four cops held in paper leak case

The crime branch on Tuesday arrested six persons, including four police personnel, for their alleged involvement in the constable recruitment question paper leak case.   | Read..

Cash looted at gunpoint

Five armed criminals allegedly looted cash worth more than Rs 80,000 from an electronic shop near Sai Temple Square in the Saheed Nagar police limits today.   | Read..

Switch off lights to save the planet

The city is going to join hands with the world to observe Earth Hour on March 28.   | Read..

High-octane action

Cuttack girls defeated other teams to win the Inter-district Women’s Cricket Tournament for the fifth time in a row, while the second edition of the Chandan Cup...   | Read..

IIM site ball in Centre's court

The state government today provided the Centre with details of two sites chosen by the Sambalpur district administration for the proposed Indian Institute of Management (IIM).   | Read..

Algae trap to curb pollution

The National Aluminium Company (Nalco) has devised a way to trap carbon dioxide through the use of algae.   | Read..

Classical touch to dance festival

An array of classical Indian forms has kept the audience glued to their seats at a dance festival hosted in the city.   | Read..

Odisha govt to buy potato at Rs 6 a kilo

The government today started procuring potato from farmers at Rs 6 a kilo following an uproar over distress sale of the crop in the state between Rs 3 and Rs 3.50 a kg.   | Read..
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