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Saturday , June 10 , 2017

Trinity come out for Holy bath

Shipra Chowdhury travelled all the way from Bengal to Puri to witness maha snan yatra - one of the pivotal rituals that jumpstarts the more than weeklong rath yatra.   | Read..

Wave goodbye to long queues

The civic body has come up with a novel measure to make applying for marriage certificates easier.   | Read..

Cool drops pour on heat and humidity

A low-pressure system over the Bay of Bengal triggered rainfall, which was greeted here today with cheer as the temperature dropped and provided residents relief from heat...   | Read..

Ex-Navy man in fraud net

Police today arrested a retired captain of the Indian Navy for allegedly duping crores of rupees from nearly 200 people by allegedly providing them work relating to e-book...   | Read..

‘Theatre contractors rule the roost’

Q. You are a well-known theatre artiste and have also acted in a number of films such as Dhauli Express, Sunya Swarup, and Indradharnu Ra Chai. What difference have you...   | Read..

Waste tips for citizens

Residents of a housing complex here have turned crusaders for waste management.   | Read..

Jailor arrested in assets case

Vigilance sleuths today arrested Sushant Kumar Rout, the jailor of Sambalpur Circle Jail, in connection with seizure of Rs 18.86 lakh in cash from his office during a...   | Read..

GST pat for state govt

Union revenue secretary Hashmukh Adhia today praised the state government for abolishing border check gates from April 1.   | Read..

Tathagata sorry for thief remark

Dhenkanal BJD MP Tathagata Satpathy today expressed regret for his diatribe against his party colleagues, including the party's vice-president Debi Prasad Mishra.   | Read..

Cops set to nab assault doctors

Police are close to wrapping up the alleged assault case at SCB Medical College and Hospital here last month and claimed to be close to arresting the junior doctors...   | Read..

Nabard fair promotes organic fruits

The demand for local varieties and carbide-free mangoes has gone up this year, as people prefer to buy the fruit cultivated without the use of fertilisers or pesticides.   | Read..

Success stories spur govt to boost sports

The state government plans to promote sports and games in a big way, buoyed by the success of Odia sportspersons.   | Read..
In the month of Ramazan, a man buys fruits at Sriya Square in Bhubaneswar on Friday. Picture by Ashwinee Pati   | Read..
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