The Telegraph
Sunday, February 25, 2018
 

Odisha

Utkal focus on clean campus

First published on 07-Nov-2017
The Utkal University has decided to put more stress on maintaining cleanliness on the campus following reports that none of universities and colleges of the state succeeded in securing a rank in the swachhata ranking of higher education institutions....   | Read..
 

Matric exam from Feb. 23

First published on 07-Nov-2017
The Board of Secondary Education announced on Monday that the matriculation examinations would begin in the state from February 23 and conclude by March 8 next year....   | Read..
 

Art with recovery wish for Jaga-Balia

First published on 07-Nov-2017
A teenager expres- sed his concern for Jaga-Balia, the conjoined twin of Phulbani who were recently separated at AIIMS in Delhi, by dedicating a sand art on them....   | Read..
 

NIT-R tech festival concludes

First published on 07-Nov-2017
INNOVISION-17, the three-day technical festival of the National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, came to an end on Sunday evening....   | Read..
 

Farm salvo at Naveen

First published on 07-Nov-2017
The issue of crop loss due to pest attack has snowballed into a major controversy with Opposition parties targeting the Naveen Patnaik government....   | Read..
 

Odisha comes up with apparel rules

First published on 07-Nov-2017
In an attempt to improve investment opportunity and create more employment in Odisha, the state government has come up with an operational guideline for effective implementation of the Odisha Appar......   | Read..
 

Mining lens on Coal India arm in Odisha

First published on 07-Nov-2017
Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd, a Coal India subsidiary, will examine the showcause notices carrying penalty worth Rs 20,169 crore issued by the Odisha government for violating mining plans, environmental......   | Read..
 

Relief package for pest-hit farmers

First published on 07-Nov-2017
The state government on Monday came out with a package to address the concerns of pest-hit farmers. The government said even those farmers who set their crops on fire will get compensation....   | Read..
 

Smart city beauty tips

First published on 06-Nov-2017
Groups of artist brainstormed with administrative authorities and finalised a vision document for uniform development of the state capital under the Smart City Mission at a two-day workshop on art ......   | Read..
 

Chhadakhai boon for traders

First published on 06-Nov-2017
Fish and meat markets remained crowded throughout the day on Chhadakhai, the day that marks the end of the holy month of Kartik when most Odias keep off non-vegetarian food. Huge demand for non-veg......   | Read..
 

Grievance cell in for revamp

First published on 06-Nov-2017
The civic body will decentralise the grievance redress system for various citizen welfare schemes. It will form clusters of five wards and receive complaints and suggestions via community meetings....   | Read..
 

Cops rescue three women

First published on 06-Nov-2017
Police on Sunday rescued three women from a sex racket that was being run in the state capital by a government employee....   | Read..
 

Complaints delay waste tender openings

First published on 06-Nov-2017
Complaints about bidders has delayed the selection of the private operator for implementation of the Rs 147-crore Integrated Solid Waste Management Project here....   | Read..
 

Police force short of staff, probe trips

First published on 06-Nov-2017
Shortage of sub-inspectors at various police stations has emerged as a major hindrance in investigation of cases....   | Read..
 

Truck rams into two cars, one killed

First published on 06-Nov-2017
One person was killed in an accident at Jaleswar town of Balasore district on the Odisha-Bengal border on Sunday....   | Read..
 

Chess adda brings amateurs & pros together

First published on 06-Nov-2017
A khatti or adda in the middle of a busy marketplace might seem an unli-kely location for strategic planning....   | Read..
 

Andhra project reopens old wounds

First published on 06-Nov-2017
Odisha's relations with Andhra Pradesh igovernment is set to take a dip with the neighbouring state taking up construction of an irrigation project on river Mahendratanaya, a tributary of Vansadhar......   | Read..
 

Babus meet over paddy pest attack

First published on 06-Nov-2017
Reports of crop loss in more than 1.78 lakh hectares due to pest attack and the growing instances of farmer suicides across the state prompted the state government to take stock of the situation on......   | Read..
 

Project to restore mangrove forests

First published on 06-Nov-2017
To protect Bhitarkanika National Park's fragile ecosystem, efforts are on to regenerate mangrove species in degraded forest patches with a Rs 1.68-crore green project....   | Read..
 

Paradip berths its biggest ship

First published on 06-Nov-2017
Traditionally-attired sadhavas (traders) lined up at the inner harbour here on Sunday to welcome Urja, a capesize merchant ship, the largest vessel to berth at the port since its inception in 1962....   | Read..