The Telegraph
Saturday , April 23 , 2016

Pollution cloud on smart city

On the occasion of World Earth Day, Sandeep Mishra of The Telegraph checks the ambient air quality and the condition of drinking water available in the city.   | Read..

BMC blinks on fees, people happy

Forty-eight-year-old Sanjay Baliyarsingh, a resident of Rasulgarh, is happy that the municipal corporation withdrew its decision to collect user fees for garbage collection...   | Read..

Sunil's world of flesh trade

Sunil Meher, the alleged kingpin of a flesh trade racket in the city who was arrested from Calcutta yesterday, provided holiday package to clients and hired call girls on a...   | Read..

Dilip tops national +35 tennis ranking

Odia player Dilip Mohanty is going places in the world of tennis. Not only has he coached achievers, the 37-year-old ranks first nationally in the seniors' category.   | Read..

Plan for skill training units

The state government has decided to set up eight advanced skill development training institutes for making young people ready for the job market.   | Read..

Year end date for textile museum

The much-awaited mega textile museum being set up by the state government at Gandamunda here will be inaugurated by end of this year to commemorate the birth centenary of...   | Read..

Walls razed in land grabbed by MLA

The district administration today started a demolition drive on a five-acre plot encroached upon by Champua's Independent MLA Sanatan Mahakud at Uchabali mouza in Barbil...   | Read..

Wife dead, man missing

Police today began probe into the killing of a 35-year-old married woman, whose body was recovered from a house at Arada village last night.   | Read..

Heat hits hockey training

The intense heatwave-like situation has adversely affected hockey practice here.   | Read..

Protest at plastic park

Construction at the Rs 40-crore plastic park on the outskirts of the port town has come to a grinding halt because of a series of protests by the people displaced by the...   | Read..

More pressure on govt in Das Burma case

The Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) today mounted pressure on the state government to take action on food supplies and consumer welfare minister Sanjay Das Burma for his...   | Read..

‘BJP has no programme of its own’

The Congress, the principal Opposition party, seems to be losing its space to the BJP in Odisha. The BJP is acting aggressive and making efforts to capture the space. Where...   | Read..
Children take part in a week-long art camp organised by the Odisha Modern Art Gallery on its premises in Bhubaneswar.
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