The Telegraph
Sunday , July 23 , 2017
CIMA Gallary

IIT to move to Argul campus by 2019

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bhubaneswar, today announced that it would shift its entire set-up to its permanent campus at Argul on the outskirts of the city by 2019.   | Read..

Oct. 31 date set for temple ceiling job

The works department has informed Orissa High Court that it will complete installation of stainless steel support to the ceiling of Puri Jagannath temple's Jagmohan (prayer...   | Read..

Bridge work on hold for flyover

Work on two bridges has been put on hold because of the ongoing construction of a flyover in Sambalpur city.   | Read..

Questions on BJD funds

The Opposition today asked the BJD to come clean on the issue of receiving election funds and its expenditure.   | Read..

Call to boycott Chinese goods

The Federation of All-Odisha Traders' Association today urged people of the state to boycott Chinese products in the wake of growing tension between India and its neighbour.   | Read..

Steps to rein in infant mortality

The state government today directed health officials to step up care for pregnant women and highly vulnerable women and children living in inaccessible areas in an attempt...   | Read..

Akshaya biopic in works

The enigmatic persona of legendary music composer Akshaya Mohanty is set to be immortalised on the silver screen.   | Read..

New market on unused land

The development authority will build a neighbourhood market on an unutilised land at BDA Colony in Chandasekharpur.   | Read..

Plan to roll out new buses

The administration plans to roll out new buses to strengthen the public transport system in the city.   | Read..

LED project yet to start

The absence of an engineer has led to a 10-month delay in execution of the Rs 34-crore street light project, in which the civic body had proposed to install light emitting...   | Read..

Odisha Whispers

Naveen snub   | Read..
Kanwarias or devotees of lord Shiv approach the Lingaraj Temple in the month of shravan. The severe waterlogging conditions in the state capital...   | Read..
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