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Saturday , June 24 , 2017

See what will greet international athletes in Bhubaneswar next month

The efforts of the administration to beautify the city ahead of the upcoming Asian Athletics Championship face a fresh challenge with street-vendors continuing to encroach on the pedestrian paths,...   | Read..

Puri hotels run out of rooms for rath

Hotels rooms here have been sold out months before the rath yatra. This holy occasion is one time of the year when pilgrims prefer hotels on Bada Danda (Grand Road) to the...   | Read..

Special team to control crowd

The state government today introduced the Odisha Swift Action Force, a specialised wing on the lines of the Rapid Action Force (RAF), for crowd control during major...   | Read..

Admission worry for colleges

The cut-off marks for the second selection list for admission into Plus Two colleges was announced today.   | Read..

Help kids realise dreams: CM

Chief minister Naveen Patnaik today advised principals and teachers of adarsha vidyalayas (model schools) set up by the state government (modelled on the kendriya vidyalaya...   | Read..

CBSE withdraws petitions

Orissa High Court today allowed the CBSE to withdraw two petitions filed in connection with orders for re-evaluation of answer scripts of students who had taken the...   | Read..

‘My job is very complex in nature’

The car festival will be held tomorrow. How well is the temple administration prepared for the mega event?   | Read..

BJD-BJP in war to win over farmers

Archrivals BJD and BJP today staged demonstrations on issues pertaining to farmers.   | Read..

Gangster on run, cops on heels

A special squad led by an assistant commissioner of police (ACP) claims to be closing in on gangster Md Sakil who is alleged to be reviving extortion and organised crime in...   | Read..

Students clash with police

A National Students' Union of India (NSUI) protest demanding the arrest of a trustee of Siksha 'O' Anusandhan University (SOA) turned ugly when student leaders clashed with...   | Read..

Odia boy gets 28th rank in NEET

Krishnasis Dash of Bhubaneswar secured all-India ranking 28th in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), the results of which were declared today.   | Read..

Toilet plan for peripheral villages

The Odisha State Pollution Control Board has asked the civic body to identify villages on city outskirts and explore the option of constructing public and community toilets...   | Read..

CM's missive to Modi

The state government has opposed the Centre's decision to divest shares in the Navaratna public sector undertaking National Alumina Company (Nalco).   | Read..

PIL to keep road vendor free

A PIL has been filed in Orissa High Court to stop allotment of land for commercial purposes on Bada Danda (Grand Road) in Puri.   | Read..
The alligator found in the Bindu Sagar pond in Bhubaneswar on Friday. The 3-ft alligator was rescued from Bindu Sagar on Thursday. It was located...   | Read..
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