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Thursday , September 14 , 2017
 
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Pipe job to miss date

The Rs 34-crore project to replace drinking water pipelines in the city will fail its September deadline.   | Read..
 

Rera hurdle affects real estate projects

The recently enforced Real Estate Regulation Act (Rera) has badly affected the city's real estate activities as none of the ongoing projects have been able to receive their...   | Read..
 

Lookout notice in bridge collapse incident

Police today issued lookout circulars against two directors of Panda Infraproject (India) Private Ltd, the company constructing the railway overbridge at Saheed Nagar that...   | Read..
 

Workshop on road safety yet to kick off

The much-hyped Rupali Square workshop - painting the intersection to educate commuters on lane driving and pedestrian-friendly walkways - has missed its kick-off date by...   | Read..
 

Social issues dot election campaign

Student election aspirants on campuses across the city are coining catchy slogans on a number of social issues to woo students and secure their votes.   | Read..
 

HC orders dole for raped girl

Orissa High Court has expressed concern over the "terrifying ordeal" of a minor rape victim and ordered her case be considered for compensation under the state...   | Read..
 

Varsity offers MPhil in nine subjects

The Gangadhar Meher University in Sambalpur, which had earlier planned to start Master in Philosophy (MPhil) courses in five subjects, has now decided to extend it to nine.   | Read..
 

Website to crack B-school entrance tests

Two youngsters from the state have started a website ( www.justaskgaurav.com) to provide guidance for MBA entrance examinations conducted by various business schools across...   | Read..
 

MLAs, ministers get salary hike

The state cabinet today gave its nod to the hike in the salaries of the chief minister, ministers and MLAs.   | Read..
 

Land right for urban poor

The Assembly today passed four bills, including the Odisha Land Rights to Slum Dwellers Bill, 2017, which seeks to accord land rights to the identified slum dwellers.   | Read..
 

Chaos over percentage system

The House proceedings were stalled today over the prevailing percentage (commission for officials), as the state government did not agree for a debate on the issue.   | Read..
 

Weight loss cure for diabetes

Some patients with diabetes may reverse the disease and celebrate long-term remission through drastic weight loss, a team of British doctors said today, challenging the...   | Read..
 
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