The Telegraph
Tuesday , May 31 , 2016

New rules to cut water wastage

The state government is in the process of bringing new rules to rein in water wastage in the city.   | Read..

24x7 control room to monitor 'smart' projects

The city is set to have a state-of-the-art intelligent city operation management centre to integrate a number of services crucial to making the life of citizens better.   | Read..

No-helmet-no-fuel to tame rogue drivers

Think twice before hitting the streets without a helmet from June 15 for you may be denied fuel at petrol stations.   | Read..

Elephant dies of stomach ailment

A seven-year-old elephant died at Nandankanan zoo this morning of stomach ailment.   | Read..

Agitation over marks at CBSE office

A group of parents today barged into the Central Bureau of Secondary Education (CBSE) regional office at Saheed Nagar and alleged there had been mistakes in the Class XII...   | Read..

New gangs eager to fill Dhal Samant vacuum

The phone rings in the dead of night and the unidentified caller immediately asks to speak to someone whom he refers to as 'Bhai'.   | Read..

BJD's Rao richest RS candidate

With property worth Rs 29.84 crore, Biju Janata Dal (BJD)'s Rajya Sabha nominee N. Bhaskar Rao has turned out to be richest among all the Upper House members from the state.   | Read..

Pilgrimage scheme for elders from July

The state government will launch a scheme to facilitate pilgrimage for senior citizens, irrespective of their religions, from Berhampur in July.   | Read..

PMO 'snub' hurts Odia advocates

Linguists and Odia researchers have taken exception to the Odia language not being on the list of regional languages through which the Prime Minister's Office website can...   | Read..

OJEE counselling to begin in July

The results of the Odisha Joint Entrance Examination-2016 (OJEE), which is mandatory for taking admission into professional and technical courses (barring BTech first...   | Read..

Ecotourism in Kuldiha

The Balasore forest division has developed an ecotourism project at Gohirabholo in the buffer region of the Kuldiha wildlife sanctuary to attract more visitors and promote...   | Read..

Scribe's take on farmer plight

Plight of the state's farmers, many of whom have committed suicide in the past one year amid controversial circumstances, is in focus - thanks to Bargarh-based journalist,...   | Read..

NIT security officer absconds

The National Institute of Technology's chief security officer Balaram Champatiray absconded today after seven women security guards had lodged complaints of sexual...   | Read..

IIT MoU with China varsity

The Indian Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar, has signed an MoU with Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, towards collaborative research in the area of metals, minerals...   | Read..

Two traders shot at in Paradip port township

Two businessmen were seriously wounded near the Tarinigada traffic junction on the outskirts of the port township when unidentified assailants shot at them from close range...   | Read..
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