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Tuesday , December 6 , 2016
 
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Demonetisation punch still hurts

Winter is considered the ideal time for organising picnics, but because of the cash crisis, many people are giving the seasonal affair a miss.   | Read..
 

Pavement tips for engineers

Experts from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) here as well as teachers invited from South Africa are all set to provide specialised training to engineers of the...   | Read..
 

Demand for CCTVs at Biju park

Residents have demanded closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras at Biju Patnaik Park's entry and exit gates, especially after the area started seeing a spurt in...   | Read..
 

Clash sparks unrest at BJB college

A clash between two groups of students sparked tension at the BJB Autonomous College here today.   | Read..
 

CBI grills MLA wife in land deal connection

Laxmi Bilasini, wife of the BJD's Choudwar MLA Pravat Ranjan Biswal, today deposed before the CBI for her alleged links with money deposit collection company Seashore.   | Read..
 

CAG hits out at staff shortage

More than 1.8 lakh government posts are lying vacant against the sanctioned strength of 5.65 lakh posts. This is almost 30 per cent of the sanctioned strength.   | Read..
 

Plan to preserve 42-ft whale

The Regional Museum of Natural History has decided to seek permission to preserve and display the bones of the giant whale shark that was washed ashore at Puri's Baidhara...   | Read..
 

PIL against canine menace

A public interest litigation has been filed in Orissa High Court after a pack of stray dogs mauled a four-year-old child to death in Puri last Thursday.   | Read..
 

Rs 5 crore for temple revamp

The state archaeology has identified 45 dilapidated temples across the state for a Rs 5-crore preservation project.   | Read..
 

Virtual tutorials for students

Utkal University authorities are taking steps to create audiovisual content for students in the rural areas as part of the newly launched virtual tutorial project.   | Read..
 

User fee hike irks traders

Resentment is brewing among traders because of the civic body's new decision to collect a user fee that has been made mandatory for renewal of trade and food licences in...   | Read..
 

Naac visit spurs action

Authorities of the Ravenshaw University have pulled out all stops ahead of the visit of a National Assessment and Accreditation Council (Naac) team to assess its...   | Read..
 
Malkangiri Solidarity Network activists stage a protest against Odisha government’s...   | Read..
 
 
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