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Tuesday , June 20 , 2017

Rogue conductor gets a slapCops mull suo motu action

A 22-year-old girl slapped a bus conductor for touching her inappropriately near Palamandap in Cuttack yesterday.   | Read..

Facebook live shows SCB doctors missing

The SCB Medical College and Hospital finds itself embroiled in a controversy after a video, which purportedly tries to show how doctors at the emergency ward of the...   | Read..

Concern over parking yard demolition

Passengers and commuters are worried over the public works department's decision to demolish the lone yard, where around 8,000 vehicles are parked every day, at the city...   | Read..

Pipe change runs into deep waters

High groundwater levels in parts of the city has become a problem for the Public Health Engineering Organisation (Pheo) even as most major cities in the country struggle...   | Read..

Expo on Thai clay artwork

Y. Nandita, a 35-year-old artist, has come up with beautiful handicrafts using Thai clay at an exhibition organised by Odisha Modern Art Gallery.   | Read..

Sister and mother take the stage

The younger sister of Bahujan Samaj Party founder Kanshi Ram accused Mayawati of "collaborating with Manuvadis" to defame the Bhim Army as she addressed a rally...   | Read..

Man drugged and robbed in capital

A 28-year-old civil supplies inspector was allegedly drugged and robbed of his belongings, including a gold chain and ring, near Vani Vihar Square last evening.   | Read..

Nayagarh fulfils rail link dream

Nayagarh's long wait for rail connectivity finally ended today with the first passenger train rolling on the stretch between Bolagarh and Nayagarh.   | Read..

Order dilemma for yoga day

Many state-run schools will not celebrate the International Yoga Day on June 21 as the authorities said no directions had been received from the administration to make...   | Read..

CM's tips for new officers

Chief minister Naveen Patnaik today interacted with 600-odd newly inducted officials, who joined the Odisha Civil Service.   | Read..

Beach beauty ready to woo tourists

Tourists and nature lovers can now enjoy the beauty of beaches at Talsari, Udaipur and nearby places from the mangrove ecotourism project developed by the state forest...   | Read..

Video promotion for athletics event

Chief minister Naveen Patnaik today released a promotional video, directed by filmmaker Nila Madhab Panda, on the upcoming Asian Athletics Championship to be held here...   | Read..

CBSE marks shockers

Asutosh Patnaik, a student who appeared for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class XII examinations this year, had high hopes of pursuing architecture from a...   | Read..

Ready to fight rains

A state-wide mock drill was conducted today on disaster preparedness after the southwest monsoon hits the state.   | Read..

Protests over Mahanadi and graft

Three major political parties - the BJD, Congress and the BJP - today flexed their muscles by holding demonstrations across the state.   | Read..

Firing deaths notice to govt

The National Human Rights Commission issued notice to the state government to show cause why compensation of Rs 5 lakh each should not be paid to the next of kin of three...   | Read..
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