The Telegraph
Tuesday , March 21 , 2017

Gifts from Centre and abroad

Union railway minister Suresh Prabhu today assured that his ministry would create an e-market space for traders to sell state's handicraft products, especially those made by self-help groups in...   | Read..

Newborn care with help from Norway

Ambassador of Norway to India Nils Ragnar Kamsvag paid a visit to Capital Hospital today and inaugurated a new building housing a comprehensive skill lab, family care...   | Read..

ITER students aim for go-kart glory

A group of automobile enthusiasts from the city will be hoping to make their mark in the International Go-Kart Championship in Jalandhar with a go-kart model they have...   | Read..

GIS help to widen tax network

The civic body has extended its Geographic Information System-based survey to all wards to widen its property tax net.   | Read..

Grand plans for World Cup

The administration has drawn up plans to revamp infrastructure at the Kalinga Stadium here as it gears up to host the 2018 Hockey World Cup.   | Read..

Pakhala a hit on dining table and social media

The state's favourite dish was omnipresent - from the dining table to a top trending topic on social media - as resident and not-resident Odias celebrated Pakhala Divas today.   | Read..

Paper check gets better

The evaluation of matriculation examination answer scripts began today.   | Read..

Man slices off tongue in sacrifice ritual

A 20-year-old youth today sliced off his tongue and offered it to the presiding deity at Hatasahi village within Tangi police limits in Khurda district in yet another...   | Read..

Puri temple interim report next month

The judicial commission set up for administrative reforms at the Jagannath temple in Puri will submit an interim report to the state government by April end, head of the...   | Read..

House duel over suicides

The Congress and the BJP today pressed for a probe into the farmer suicides taking place in the state by a House committee.   | Read..

Nayagarh gets rail link

Railways minister Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu and chief minister Naveen Patnaik today flagged of a number of railway projects of the state.   | Read..

Rout cries red tape in mill issue

Co-operation minister Damodar Rout today courted controversy when he expressed "helpless before the bureaucracy" and said he was "unable to run sugar mills...   | Read..

Poll body questions timing to amend law

The State Election Commission today contended in Orissa High Court that spirit of the amendment, the state government had brought in the Odisha Zilla Parishad Election...   | Read..
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