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Airport takes global flight

AirAsia gave the city its first international flight, connecting the state capital to Kuala Lumpur. The Malaysia-based budget airline will operate its flight from here four days a week - on Monday,...   | Read..

Direct link spurs rush to Malaysia

Even before the first flight to Kuala Lumpur took off from here tonight, travel enthusiasts have begun to show great eagerness to visit Malaysia.   | Read..

Canal development project hangs fire

Government laxity in giving the green signal has throttled a Rs 128-crore project for redevelopment of the British era Taladanda canal.   | Read..

Cheap homes for workforce

The state government plans to construct two rental-housing complexes in the city at Sampur and Chandrasekharpur to provide quality life to the urban poor. The foundation...   | Read..

Green plan to reduce ecological footprint

The state capital is on the fast track to urbanisation and the pace has picked up ever since it was selected for the Centre's Smart City Mission. However, the authorities...   | Read..

Proper paper checking behind HSC success

The school and mass education department held "friendly question pattern" and "foolproof evaluation" responsible for a whopping 86.37 per cent pass rate...   | Read..

Palm lost, battle for survival continues

Jialu Nial, 24, still remembers the day when a labour contractor had chopped off his right palm with an axe for no fault of his almost three-and-a-half years ago.   | Read..

Musicians seek classical tag

Odissi vocalists from all over the country have come together to celebrate the spirit of the state's classical music at an annual event that began here yesterday.   | Read..

Odisha living lab of diversity: IAS officer

Development commissioner and additional chief secretary R. Balakrishnan yesterday hailed the state as a "living laboratory of diversity". He was talking at the...   | Read..

Ponzi boss to stayin jail

The court of Special Chief Judicial Magistrate, CBI, today rejected the discharge petitions of Ponzi firm Seashore Group's chairman-cum-managing director Prashant Dash, his...   | Read..

Naveen hits back at weak rap

BJD president and chief minister Naveen Patnaik today asserted that the party was not losing strength as a section of the media had been suggesting.   | Read..

BJP skips paddy meet

The absence of BJP members at a meeting of an Assembly committee to discuss increase in support price for paddy has drawn flak from both the BJD and the Congress.   | Read..

Water scarcity hits Sambalpur

Many parts of the Sambalpur city are experiencing acute drinking water scarcity with the rising temperature adding to the problem.   | Read..

Nabard funds push to agri sector

The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard) has given the state financial support of Rs 14,716 crore during the 2016-17 financial year - which is an...   | Read..

Lit fest set to go global

The fourth edition of the Kalinga Literary Festival will witness writers of national and international fame as well as poets and literary experts sharing their experience,...   | Read..

Plan to boost ecotourism

The government is trying to leverage the state's natural wealth, especially lakes and wildlife sanctuaries, with a view to increasing tourist footfall.   | Read..

Rights body seeks rural action report

The National Human Rights Commission has sought an action taken report from the state government on the alleged denial of basic facilities towards three river-locked...   | Read..
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