The Telegraph
Tuesday , January 10 , 2017

Water boys at your service

Don't be surprised if a well-dressed guy comes up to you and offers a glass of water during the upcoming ODI to be played between India and England on January 19 at Barabati Stadium here.   | Read..

Go online to pay civic fees

The civic body has decided to introduce an online collection system for parking fees, hoarding licence and vending zones fees to make the revenue management system simpler.   | Read..

Raze drive axe on vendors

The development authority's demolition-cum-eviction drive to clear footpaths and cycle tracks of encroachment reached its sixth day today.   | Read..

Three held for kidnap of city trader

Three persons, including a businessman from Berhampur, were arrested today for allegedly kidnapping another businessman on gunpoint on November 29.   | Read..

Kick-start entrepreneurial dream at start-up summit

The stage is set for entrepreneurs from across Odisha to discuss newer and innovative technologies to run businesses at the two-day Odisha Start-up Summit here.   | Read..

Poverty drives mom to give baby away

Poverty drove a 28-year-old migrant tribal woman to allegedly sell her one-day-old boy for Rs 2,000 on Sunday to a couple here who wanted a male child.   | Read..

Intolerance takes centre stage

Veteran writers attending a national writers' conference here expressed concern over rising intolerance in society.   | Read..

Leg up for two start-ups

Two ventures from the state have been shortlisted for a social enterprise challenge, jointly organised by the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta (IIM-C) and the Tata...   | Read..

Rights panel slams govt over violations

The state government has failed to address health and education problems in Malkangiri district, said National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) chairman Justice H.L. Dattu.   | Read..

Crocodile count up in dam

A new forest division survey has found that there has been a rise in the population of the mugger, an endangered crocodile species, in the Ghodahada irrigation reservoir here.   | Read..

4 die in car & truck crash

Four persons, including two women, were killed today when a car in which they were travelling rammed into a stationary truck at Jaraka Bazar on NH-5 in Dharmasala police...   | Read..

Steel plant honcho held for favours

The CBI today arrested the Rourkela Steel Plant's executive director (works) Bhubaneswar Prasad Verma for allegedly showering favours on certain private agencies during his...   | Read..

HC lawyers to cease work over murder

The Orissa High Court Bar Association announced a daylong cease work for tomorrow, demanding immediate arrest of those involved in the murder of a lawyer in Puri.   | Read..

New birds at Chilika

A census of migratory birds at the India's largest brackish water lagoon, Chilika, which concluded today, revealed new bird species at Mangalajodi.   | Read..

Mahima bail in 2011 case

A Talcher court today granted bail to Odisha Stevedores Limited managing director Mahima Mishra and rejected a remand plea by police in connection with a 2011 case at Talcher.   | Read..
Members of the Congress's women wing burn a picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the...   | Read..
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