The Telegraph
Saturday , June 17 , 2017
 
Odisha
 

Violators dump fine scare

The scare of hefty fines has failed to act as a deterrent to those dumping waste and construction materials on roads across the city.   | Read..
 

Health staff in swachh role

The municipal corporation will include more volunteers in the initiative to spread awareness about the importance of the Swachh Bharat Mission here.   | Read..
 

Elders for extra seats in buses

Senior citizens here have demanded a raise in seat reservations for them in city-buses run by Bhubaneswar-Puri Transport Services Limited (BPTSL) from two to four.   | Read..
 

Skating rink for capital

The development authority today inaugurated the city's first skating rink in what comes as music to the ears of sports enthusiasts here.   | Read..
 

Raja festival sets paan on fire

This Raja festival, shops offered many new and interesting flavours of paan (betel leaf).   | Read..
 

‘Third gender demands respect’

Tell your story of becoming Meera Parida…    | Read..
 

Trains for rath yatra

The East Coast Railway (ECoR) has decided to run 186 special trains between June 25 and July 4 for the annual rath yatra. The ECoR has also decided to open 36 additional...   | Read..
 

Admission to junior colleges begin

Admissions to junior colleges began in the state today with about 40,000 students taking admission on the first day.   | Read..
 

900 seats cut in tech colleges

Around 900 BTech seats have been slashed in private engineering colleges this year at a time when the counselling process for admission to the courses has already begun.   | Read..
 

Plea to honour singer

An organisation consisting of former presidents and general secretaries of students' union of colleges has urged the state government to honour Odia singer and composer...   | Read..
 

Mob beats up youths

Mob thrashed three persons, including two mentally-challenged siblings, at Laxmiposi Chhak near Baripada in Mayurbhanj district today suspecting them to be kidnappers of...   | Read..
 

CM bats for food tech school

The state government today urged the Centre to sanction a National Institute of Food Technology, Entrepreneurship and Management for Odisha with chief minister Naveen...   | Read..
 

Farmers' protest threat to Shivraj

Several farmer organisations in the state have threatened to stage protests against Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who will visit Bargarh district...   | Read..
 
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