The Telegraph
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
 

Odisha

Plea for eco-friendly Diwali

The upcoming Diwali festivities have sparked fears of air and noise pollution....   | Read..
 

Land for cracker stalls

Police have earmarked 30 locations across the city this year to set up firecracker shops for Diwali, which will be celebrated on Thursday....   | Read..
 

Dark clouds loom over festival of lights

A low-pressure area brewing over the Bay of Bengal could intensify into a depression and dampen the spirits of residents gearing up to celebrate Diwali on Thursday....   | Read..
 

Festive shoppers spoilt for choice

The festival of lights is upon us and with it the familiar crowds at kiosks selling diyas....   | Read..
 

Skill development in focus at OUAT

The Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology aims to focus on ensuring proper delivery of knowledge, skill and experience to produce graduates who would be able to innovate in future....   | Read..
 

Young guns to battle food wastage

A group of youngsters have come up with a novel way to combat food wastage that has become a big issue in the state....   | Read..
 

NIT to recruit 200 faculty members

The National Institute of Technology here will recruit more than 200 members for academic positions after a nod from the Union ministry of human resource development....   | Read..
 

Kuldiha sanctuary to reopen in November

The Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary will reopen for tourists from next month....   | Read..
 

Varsity stick on Utkal teacher

Utkal University authorities have decided to discontinue the academic activities of an assistant professor who has been accused of harassing students of his department....   | Read..
 

Vigilance digs out amin crores

Vigilance sleuths on Monday raided four places in the city and Puri to unearth disproportionate assets of Fakir Mohan Jena, the amin of Balianta tehsil....   | Read..
 

Congress strike hits Koraput

Life was thrown out of gear by a seven-hour Koraput strike called by the Congress on Monday....   | Read..
 

Row over felling of trees

The state forest department has ordered a probe into tree-felling on the Paradip Port Trust hospital premises....   | Read..
 

HC relief for trio

Orissa High Court has ruled that an accused can be given benefit of doubt when a trial court judgment suffers from "perversity"....   | Read..
 

CM's quiet birthday

People from all walks wished chief minister Naveen Patnaik on his 71st birthday on Monday....   | Read..
 

HC drops Sahu case

Orissa High Court today declared that there was no need for continuance of the proceedings related to the dispute raised over the election of the Congress's Subal Sahu from Bijepur in 2014, paving ......   | Read..
 

Pipe water for all

The state government will ensure supply of drinking water for all in the urban areas....   | Read..
 

Norm to promote use of fly ash

The works department has come up with a guideline for the use of fly ash in various construction works such as bridge, building, flyover in an eco-friendly way by construction agencies....   | Read..
 

Fast-track push for major projects

Implementation of large investment projects in the state were put to fast track with resolution of the impending issues and removal of the ground-level bottlenecks....   | Read..
 

Man-jumbo conflict on rise

The destruction caused by jumbos in Barbil and Champua of Keonjhar district has brought the issue of human-elephant conflicts back into focus....   | Read..
 

Plan for 200 bridges

The rural development department will build 200 bridges across the state during this fiscal....   | Read..
 
Plea for eco-friendly Diwali