The Telegraph
Wednesday , January 11 , 2017

Leash on bus, auto to ensure safe ride

The state transport authority will regulate private city buses and autorickshaws here to ensure road safety.   | Read..

Students come to traffic cops' rescue

Students will now assist traffic personnel, with police introducing the Student Traffic Volunteer Scheme during their 9th Raising Day celebrations today.   | Read..

Lawyers want CCTV

The Bhubaneswar Bar Association has sought closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras at the Khurda district court complex here.   | Read..

Odia films back on screen

The Odia film industry is slowly emerging out of the adverse effect of demonetisation.   | Read..

Students in cashless drive

Students from the Indira Gandhi National Open University's (Ignou) in Bhubaneswar have been roped in to educate people about cashless transactions, especially those...   | Read..

Trinamul Cong fires Mallya salvo at PM

To pile up pressure on the CBI and the Narendra Modi government, the Trinamul Congress today raked up the names of industrialists Lalit Modi and Vijay Mallya to question...   | Read..

Gold & diamonds in tycoon locker

The CBI today opened the locker of arrested Rourkela Steel Plant executive director (works) Bhubaneswar Prasad Verma and found gold jewellery worth Rs 15 lakh and diamonds...   | Read..

Culling ends at Kacharu

Culling operations at Kacharu gram panchayat were peaceful today. The administration plans to stop the operation after it is completed today.   | Read..

Safety wheels vroom past

Twenty-five members of Balasore Royals, who have hit the road with their Royal Enfield motorcycles to create road safety awareness, vroomed past the town today.   | Read..

Pay in cash at digital kiosks

Swarup Dutta was unable to pay the electricity dues for his relative in "cashless mode" at the newly set up Jan Seva Kendra under e-municipality project in the...   | Read..

Hand-crafted from rural lands

Aparna Priyadarshini, a 28-year-old entrepreneur from Pondicherry, has used trash to create attractive artefacts.   | Read..

Aid doubled in minor rape case

Chief secretary Aditya Prasad Padhi today said enhanced compensation would be paid to the next of the kin of a minor blind rape and murder victim in Konark within six weeks.   | Read..

Cease work hits litigants

Litigants were affected with lawyers of Orissa High Court and other courts of the state staying away from court today in protest against the murder of a lawyer in Puri.   | Read..

BJD's problem of plenty in rural polls

Faced with a problem of plenty, the BJD is yet to release its list of candidates for the zilla parishad polls, which as part of the three-tier panchayat elections would be...   | Read..

Sportspersons taste success

Power punch     | Read..
Leash on bus, auto to ensure safe ride
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