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Saturday , August 12 , 2017

Permission must for pandals

Cops have made police permission mandatory for installing Ganesh idols at public places in the city, ahead of Ganesh Chaturthi.   | Read..

Toilet upkeep deal inked

The municipal corporation signed a memorandum of understanding with ward sanitation committees yesterday for better operation and maintenance of public toilets in the city.   | Read..

Fire safety assistance for house owners

The fire services directorate has decided to extend its support to homeowners to install safety measures in their homes.   | Read..

No document of maid age

Child Line, which has been assigned by the Child Welfare Committee (CWC), Khurda, to probe the death of a minor maid Tanu Das alias Khushi, today visited the house of...   | Read..

Festive rush at silk expo

A collection of silk and handloom products is on display at an exhibition being held at a city hotel.   | Read..

‘Onion shortage for 15 more days’

There is a hue and cry over shortage of onions in the market. What is your department doing to address the issue?   | Read..

Swine flu toll goes up to seven

Three more people have died of swine flu in the state taking the death toll to seven. Two doctors have also tested positive for the H1N1 virus prompting the authorities to...   | Read..

Nitish condoles DM suicide

Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar has expressed shock and grief over the death of 2012-batch IAS officer Mukesh Kumar Pandey, whose body was found on the railway tracks...   | Read..

Zero tolerance for graft: CM

Chief minister Naveen Patnaik today said his government had zero tolerance towards corruption and had put in place a transparent structure to curb corruption in all spheres...   | Read..

Govt lawyers kept out of Naveen case

The Election Commission of India has decided to keep the counsels for the state government out of the legal battle in chief minister Naveen Patnaik's "incorrect"...   | Read..

Student poll dates set

The government today announced the schedule for the annual students' union elections in colleges and universities across the state. The elections will be held on September 23.   | Read..

Exchange of ideas at art exhibition

The painting of a mother carrying her child on her back caught the attention of many visitors at an exhibition organised recently at Rashtriya Lalit Kala Akademi here.   | Read..

Naveen push for organic farming

The state government today proposed the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to promote organic farming in the state.   | Read..

Traders demand power cut action

The Rourkela Chamber of Commerce and Industries has drawn the attention of the Western Electricity Supply Company (Wesco) to incessant power cuts in industrial estates of...   | Read..
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