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House call for paddy price hike

The Assembly today passed a unanimous resolution to demand enhancement in the minimum support price (MSP) of paddy from the Centre.   | Read..

Buried alive, newborn girl rescued

Local residents today rescued a newborn girl, who had been buried alive in a compost dump in a field, at Shyamsundrapur village in Dharmasala area of Jajpur district,...   | Read..

Online push for birth, death registration

The municipal corporation has urged hospitals and nursing homes in the city to register births and deaths online.   | Read..

Regulation plan for city bus ads

Bhubaneswar-Puri Transport Services Limited (BPTSL) has decided to hire a consultant to take care of advertisement rights on city buses in an attempt to regulate and...   | Read..

State's mining revenue rises

The state's revenue from the mining sector has increased over the years despite the closure of mines and at least four major companies pulling out from Odisha.   | Read..

Heat wave next week

The regional meteorological centre here has predicted that the mercury level will cross the 40°C mark in the city within the next few days.   | Read..

Home comforts on vacation

Availing of local flavour and homely experience on vacation will become easier for tourists with the state government deciding to go all out to promote homestays.   | Read..

Odisha Whispers

Game changer   | Read..
Chief minister Naveen Patnaik hands over a cheque for a disabled kid to his mother during a two-day camp for the disabled in Bhubaneswar on Saturday.   | Read..
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