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MINISTERS TAKE BEACON CUE FROM NAVEEN
After chief minister Naveen Patnaik removed the red beacon from his cars on April 19 as soon as the ... | Read
Summer vacation begins in schools
Heat wave conditions continue to take a toll on citizens with the school and mass education departme... | Read
Bail with riders for newspaper owner
Orissa High Court today granted conditional bail to the owner of a vernacular newspaper, Madhusudan ... | Read
Bonds to bolster BMC revenue
The municipal corporation is set to float financial bonds to take the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation ... | Read
Govt rap for corporation
The housing and urban development department has slammed the municipal corporation for failing to re... | Read
Smart makeover plan for 3 parks
The city is set to have smart parks with facilities such as Wi-Fi, toilets and water ATMs. | Read
Girls outdo boys in Utkal exam
Girls outshone boys once again in Utkal University's Plus Three examinations, grabbing first positio... | Read
Matric results to be out on April 26
The school and mass education department has said results of the annual high school certificate (mat... | Read
Net drive on World Malaria Day
The World Health Organisation is gearing up to observe World Malaria Day tomorrow to spread awarenes... | Read
Film stars in band musical
Odisha's popular music band Vighnanz launched a teaser of their latest musical video here recently. | Read
BJD and BJP fight over Paika kin
Political controversy has cropped up over the missing grand child of late freedom fighter, who took ... | Read
PLFI bandh disrupts traffic
A bandh call by an outfit called People's Liberation Front of India (PLFI) has affected road communi... | Read
Tourism plan for Koraput
The state government will develop amenities in Koraput district in an attempt to boost tribal touris... | Read
Govt U-turn draws flak
Orissa High Court has expressed displeasure over the state government changing stands just to raise ... | Read
Honour for Niyamgiri fighter
Prafulla Samantara, a leading campaigner against mining in Odisha's mineral-rich Niyamgiri Hills, wa... | Read

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