The Telegraph
Tuesday , July 19 , 2016

Lip-smacking food at a click

The urge to tickle your taste buds can strike anytime and those wanting to try delicacies beyond regular home fare can simply go online and order their choice of food from restaurants, and even...   | Read..

Dal still dear after VAT cut

The price of various varieties of dal have not decreased as expected despite the state government reducing the value-added tax (VAT) on pulses from five to one per cent...   | Read..

Erratic rain hits veggie prices

Customers are moving around in market places with long faces. With prices of most vegetables shooting through the roof, the domestic budget has taken a painful hit.   | Read..

Dump-yard pain for BMC

The Bhuasuni dump yard is haunting officials of the municipal corporation as the one-month deadline set by villagers of Daruthenga for shifting it has ended on July 12.   | Read..

Sambalpur terminal plan trips over land

The plan of the development authorities to build a truck terminal to check haphazard parking of vehicles on highways has hit a roadblock in the absence of suitable land.   | Read..

High court no to shops on Grand Road

The Bada Danda (Grand Road) in Puri will be a no-vending zone to ensure that the 2.5km stretch of the National Highway from the Jagannath temple to Gundicha remains clean,...   | Read..

Melody rains at musical evening

Renowned musicians presented melodious renditions at a musical evening hosted by Bhubaneswar Music Circle at the Rabindra Mandap here yesterday.   | Read..

Bank account for Dutee frozen

The State Bank of India (SBI) today froze the account it had opened for star sprinter Dutee Chand, after she expressed displeasure over the bank's initiative yesterday.   | Read..

Ragging slur on 3 students

A Plus Two student of Divine Residential School in Nayagarh today accused three of his seniors of inflicting physical and mental torture on him.   | Read..

Teachers' bodies on protest path

Teachers' organisations today staged demonstrations in the city over various demands.   | Read..

Ravenshaw fee hike draws flak

The decision to raise course fees of various subjects in the undergraduate, postgraduate and the self-financing courses at Ravenshaw University has drawn flak from many...   | Read..

FIR lodged against six Puri servitors

Puri district administrator today lodged FIRs against servitors for manhandling a district collector and trying to stall the niladri bije rituals preceding the Trinity...   | Read..

Police net six chain snatchers

Chauliaganj police have busted a criminal gang involved in at least 22 chain-snatching incidents in the twin cities and arrested six of them.   | Read..

Camps to detect dengue cases

The municipal corporation has decided to conduct health camps in various localities for early detection of dengue cases.   | Read..

Rourkela set to curb sting menace

The city administration has geared up to tackle the dengue menace in various parts of the state, including the mining belt of Barbil in Keonjhar district and the Jagatpur...   | Read..
Members of Ispat Kala Parishad stage Lakshmi Jagannath Koli during niladri bije of Lord...   | Read..
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