The Telegraph
Friday , April 21 , 2017

DeMo no help for BMC revenue

The demonetisaton of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes last year, which the municipal corporation had thought would help them in terms of revenue generation from taxes, did not benefit the civic...   | Read..

Third revamp bid for biggest bus terminal

The state government has initiated a renewed attempt to renovate the Baramunda terminal here after two unsuccessful bids.   | Read..

Police station area worry

Inordinate delay in the re-demarcation of the jurisdiction of various police stations in the city has become a major concern for people as they are being forced to travel...   | Read..

CDA in need of scheme monitor

The development authority will shortly seek the services of a qualified urban planning and urban design consultant firm to serve as a project monitoring unit to help...   | Read..

New office to handle anganwadi workload

The local civic body has inaugurated a second child development project office in the city to manage the various anganwadi centres working in and around the capital city...   | Read..

Row over naming of arterial road

A street named after Saint Teresa has run into trouble.   | Read..

Anti-BJP national front pot boils

Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee today met her Odisha counterpart Naveen Patnaik, and kept speculation over a national non-BJP front alive.   | Read..

Beacon move a joke: MP

BJD MP Tathagata Satpathy today dubbed the Centre's decision to remove red beacons from official vehicles a "joke" and dared it to remove "all A to Z...   | Read..

Moving beyond classrooms


Advice to amend Jagannath temple act

The Justice Bimal Prasad Das Commission has recommended amendment to the Shri Jagannath Temple Act, 1955, to deal with people misbehaving with women during darshan of the...   | Read..

Bar council ups law panel ante

Odisha State Bar Council (OSBC) has intensified its agitation against a recent report of the Law Commission of India by giving a state-wide call to all lawyers to observe a...   | Read..

Badminton gets a boost

A joint initiative to train and develop more badminton coaches in the state began in Rourkela with help from the Badminton Federation of India (BFI) and the Odisha State...   | Read..

Odia head for NIT, Meghalaya

The ministry of human resource development has appointed Bibhuti Bhusan Biswal, professor of industrial design and dean (faculty welfare) at the National Institute of...   | Read..

Govt gears up to declare biodiversity heritage sites

The state government has initiated process to declare biodiversity heritage sites in Odisha in an attempt to preserve local habitats rich in plants and animal life.   | Read..

Plan to check errant buses

The transport department has decided reduce chaos on the roads by cracking down on buses picking up passengers from busy junctions, thus creating traffic chaos.   | Read..

Better security on trains

The East Coast Railway has decided to install closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras both on trains and at stations to ensure the safety of women passengers.   | Read..

Property worth Rs 9cr damaged in Bhadrak

Property worth around Rs 9 crore was damaged in the three-day spate of violence that took place in Bhadrak town starting April 7, the damage assessment report submitted by...   | Read..
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