The Telegraph
Thursday , October 13 , 2016
 
Odisha
 

Sadness follows festive fervour

Durga Puja in the twin cities concluded peacefully with lakhs of devotees from various parts of the state attending the bhasani (immersion) ceremony that was observed with grandeur today.   | Read..
 

Prayers and rallies mark Muharram

The twin cities observed Muharram today with religious fervour as members of the Muslim community took out processions across the two cities.   | Read..
 

Senior citizens seek better facilities

The municipal corporation is considering setting up elders-friendly facilities in the smart city.   | Read..
 

NIT Rourkela gets new director

Animesh Biswas, who took over as the new director of National Institute of Technology here yesterday, said that his main objective would be to make sure that the tech...   | Read..
 

Skills training to get boost

Engineering colleges in the state have applied to the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) to impart skills training programmes under the Pradhan Mantri...   | Read..
 

Third eye in city buses

Travelling in city buses will be safer as authorities have decided to install closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras in the vehicles.   | Read..
 

Project to address water scarcity

The Janibili project, designed to meet the water requirements of the city, will be implemented by 2018.   | Read..
 

Old ways to restore palace

Traditional construction methods have made a comeback with the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (Intach), which is renovating the Rani Bakhri (Queen's...   | Read..
 

Survey to find oil in river

A seismic survey to ascertain sediments of hydrocarbons in the subsurface of Mahanadi basin started at a village in Khaira block of the district today.   | Read..
 

Barriers to protect wildlife

Straying of spotted deer and wild boar species into villages have declined reportedly because of the forest department's initiatives.   | Read..
 

Cong team to meet Pranab

A state Congress delegation led by Narasingha Mishra will leave for Delhi tomorrow to meet President Pranab Mukherjee and apprise him about the latest developments on the...   | Read..
 

Facelift for wetland

Tampara, a wetland near Chatrapur in Ganjam district on NH-5, will get a facelift soon.The wetland was inaugurated as a tourist spot on March 22, 2006.   | Read..
 
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