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Friday , October 7 , 2016

Lines fade on risky roads

The Beatles would have had trouble finding a proper zebra crossing if they wanted to shoot the cover of their iconic 1969 album Abbey Road at, say, Rasulgarh Square, today.   | Read..

Dussehra set to witness star war

The biggest stars of the Odia film industry will battle it out to win viewers with four films set to release this Dussehra.   | Read..

Parents welcome CBSE fee directive

Parents across the state have welcomed the Central Board of Secondary Education's directive for mandatory disclosure of assets of schools and fees charged by them on the...   | Read..

Call to overcome math block

Around 100 students who excelled in the mathematics talent search examination conducted by the National Institute of Mathematical Education and Research were felicitated at...   | Read..

Plus-II first year exams put on hold

The confusion over first-year examinations in Plus Two was laid to rest today after school and mass education minister Debi Prasad Mishra made a formal announcement about...   | Read..

Doc absence greets MCI

A four-member Medical Council of India (MCI) team found 25 junior doctors and senior residents missing from duty during a visit to the state-run MKCG Medical College and...   | Read..

Govt admits Kalahandi school lapse

The state government has admitted in Orissa High Court that it had not taken any action on the findings of a judicial inquiry conducted 18 years ago on granting of...   | Read..

Odisha extends VAT rebate on pulses

The state government today extended the value added tax (VAT) concession from 5 per cent to 1 per cent on pulses for another three months.   | Read..

Two hurt in post-poll clash at Utkal

Two students were injured in a post-poll clash at Utkal University late this evening.   | Read..

Row over BSNL snag

BJD workers today rounded up officials of the BSNL after a technical snag caused problems during the inauguration of water projects by chief minister Naveen Patnaik through...   | Read..

One-way boon for pandal hoppers

Pandal hoppers will find it easier to reach Puja mandaps as police have decided to impose one-way traffic on prominent routes for better crowd and traffic management across...   | Read..

New info boss

Former principal director general of income tax Sunil Kumar Mishra is being considered for the post of chief information commissioner of Odisha, revealed a highly-placed...   | Read..

Hindu outfits derail Nawaz's Mareecha

Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui could not play Mareecha in Ramleela in Muzaffarnagar district yesterday following alleged opposition from some Hindu organisations.   | Read..
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