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Wednesday , February 8 , 2017
 
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Two sides of 'clean' capital

The Central Pollution Control Board has slammed the municipal corporation for delay in implementation of the new Plastic Waste Management Rules, 2016, in the city.   | Read..
 

Tableau on mission swachh

The municipal corporation has built a tableau to spread awareness on cleanliness and seek support of people to help the city win the ongoing Swachh Survekshan II.   | Read..
 

'Protected zone' hurdle for road job

The state public works department (PWD)'s first four-lane road project in the city has hit a hurdle with the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) raising objections to...   | Read..
 

Park knock on CM door

Residents of Nayapalli are upset with their demand for repair and maintenance of the Rajju Bhaiya Park at N2 falling on deaf ears.   | Read..
 

Youth slits girl's throat

A youth allegedly slit the throat of a 16-year-old girl today at Kiajhari within the limits of Jankia police station, about 40 kilometres away from here.   | Read..
 

Will to win   

Krishna Cricket Club to host the 4th Krishna Cup Cricket Tournament, 90 children take part in football festival at Sundargarh Stadium   | Read..
 

Brace for water shortage

The state is going to face acute water shortage this summer as the flow into the Hirakud reservoir in December 2016 was 33 per cent less than the average inflow in the past...   | Read..
 

Vigilance ups assets heat on engineer

Vigilance sleuths today conducted raids in Cuttack and Bhubaneswar and stumbled upon assets worth around Rs 1.72 crore in the possession of an assistant engineer of the...   | Read..
 

Brush with hollywood

American actress Ashley Judd (in PTI picture), who is also goodwill ambassador for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), dances with the tribal students of Kalinga...   | Read..
 

Campaign hots up

Campaigning for the five-phase panchayat poll has picked up with less than a week left to go before voting.   | Read..
 

HC slams govt on pension

Orissa High Court has criticised the state government for playing "hide and seek" and showing "lackadaisical attitude" over payment of pension benefits.   | Read..
 

Patrol boats stuck in red tape

Stuck in security clearances from the Centre, the improvised seaworthy interceptor crafts worth Rs six crore procured for turtle conservation patrolling along Gahirmatha...   | Read..
 

Three suffer burns at Rourkela plant

Three contract labourers today suffered burn injuries in separate accidents at the Rourkela Steel Plant here.   | Read..
 

Power of one defines Odissi recital

Celebrating diversities in the Odissi tradition, seven stalwarts of the dance form came together to present Aikatana at the Dhauli-Kalinga Mahotsav, which has begun at the...   | Read..
 

Gaming apps top download list

Gaming apps were found to be the most popular downloads among the youngsters of the city according to a survey.   | Read..
 

Hit-&-run driver arrested

Police today arrested the driver of the SUV, which was involved in a hit-and-run accident that killed a student of the Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology...   | Read..
 

AT boss faces new probe

The Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) today started its probe into the money laundering scam by Artha Tatwa (AT) Group, a money deposit collection company. The SFIO...   | Read..
 

A fair look at tribal lifestyle

For Archana Patnaik, a 20-year-old undergraduate student, a visit to the ongoing Adivasi Mela was an eye-opener.   | Read..
 
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