The Telegraph
Wednesday , July 22 , 2015
 
Odisha
 

Safety concern for twin cities

Armed robbers looted two houses in the city in the early hours today. This comes after a series of robberies in Cuttack.   | Read..
 

Security systems' sale soars

Debadatta Dash, a trader of high-resolution closed-circuit television cameras (CCTVs) is now a busy man. The demand for advanced home surveillance systems has registered a...   | Read..
 

City bus service set for revamp

The state government would hire a project management consultant to launch an advanced public transport system in the form of the city bus service here.   | Read..
 

Vistara Airlines plans flight to Delhi

Vistara Airlines, the joint venture of the Tata group and Singapore Airlines, would start service between Biju Patnaik International Airport and New Delhi.   | Read..
 

IIT head refutes Sangh charge

Director of the IIT, Bhubaneswar R.V. Rajakumar today said he had never perceived any such activities during his days at the institute or at IIT, Kharagpur, nor did he know...   | Read..
 

Competition is the key

While snooker and football have got new champions, Odia sports personalities are gearing up for many other upcoming challenges in various disciplines scheduled in next few...   | Read..
 

Lord at Gundicha, in book & online

Animator-cum-film-maker Ranajit Mohanty is a happy man. And why won't he be!   | Read..
 

Click to see art on rebirth

Artworks on Nabakalebar by renowned painters and sculptors of the state can now be viewed online on the state tourism department's site.   | Read..
 

Deities' abhada bhog cooked

After Lord Jagannath and His siblings were taken into the Sri Gundicha temple in Puri last night, thousands of devotees queued up to have a darshan of the deities today.   | Read..
 

Villagers encroach on Posco land

Villagers who had given land for Posco project have started re-occupying the same with reports of the project being put on hold doing the rounds.   | Read..
 

Govt move to promote artistes from state

The state government has signed an MoU with the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) to promote artistes from the state on international platforms.   | Read..
 

New site for Junior college

The Khallikote Junior College in front of the Khallikote Cluster University building on Town Hall Road will be shifted to the Binayak Acharya High School campus on Aska...   | Read..
 

Docu lesson to check crimes

Police will screen documentaries at educational institutes, especially the engineering colleges, to sensitise students, so that they refrain from committing crimes such as...   | Read..
 

3 killed in rail mishap

Three members of a family, including a woman and a child, were killed in an accident when a speeding train hit the motorcycle they were riding at an unmanned level crossing...   | Read..
 

No helmet, no petrol

The district administration has agreed to the police proposal to direct the petrol pump owners not to sell fuel to motorcyclists, who are not wearing helmets.   | Read..
 

Fee hike protest hits varsity

Tension prevailed at the Ravenshaw University following student unrest over hike in readmission fee in the undergraduate, postgraduate and self-financing courses.   | Read..
 
Cars wade through a waterlogged street at Forest Park in Bhubaneswar on Tuesday.
 
 
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