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Wednesday , June 14 , 2017

Dilly-dally symptom hits unit

The Capital Hospital is yet to shift its entire mother and childcare services to the newly constructed six-storey building although chief minister Naveen Patnaik inaugurated the unit on February 16...   | Read..

Overbridge to ease traffic

The public works department, along with the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), has decided to reconstruct a railway over bridge (RoB) on National Highway-5 near...   | Read..

Cops freeze fraud accounts

Police froze bank accounts that hold Rs 20 lakh of APS Solutions Pvt Ltd, which had allegedly duped crores of rupees from more than 200 persons by roping them in to prepare...   | Read..

Food festivals bring out flavours of Odia cuisine

Get ready to titillate your taste buds, as a number of hotels in the city will serve traditional Odia fare on the occasion of Raja festival, which begins tomorrow.   | Read..

Youth held with brown sugar

Excise officials seized brown sugar worth Rs 20 lakh and arrested one person from Thengahata in Khurda Town police station limits today.   | Read..

Sportspersons chase big dreams

Hockey Gangpur Odisha to take part in 7th Hockey India Senior Men National Championship in Lucknow & All India Football Federation confers Women’s Player of...   | Read..

Gang-rape whiff in death

In a suspected gang-rape reminiscent of the 2012 Nirbhaya incident in Delhi, a 47-year-old widow was found dead with handle of a griddle thrust into her private parts last...   | Read..

VK scoffs at special tag

Union minister of state for external affairs Gen. (Retd.) V.K. Singh today virtually rejected the state's demand for special category status and said that it was not...   | Read..

Mangroves to resist cyclone

Authorities of Bhitarkanika National Park in Kendrapara district have removed encroachments on 15 acres of government land on the fringe of the mangrove forest.   | Read..

Colleges declare cut-off marks

The first selection list for admission to junior colleges of the state was published today with rural colleges making a mark.   | Read..

Balasore hospital next year: CM

Chief minister Naveen Patnaik today visited the medical college campus and said it would start from the next academic session.   | Read..

Mandhata pond makeover nears end

The renovation and beautification of a pond, which is adjacent to the 16th century Mandhata Baba temple at Maneswar in Sambalpur city, will be completed by the end of next...   | Read..
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