The Telegraph
Thursday, February 22, 2018
 

Odisha

Jan date for SCB security upgrade

First published on 12-Dec-2017
SCB Medical College and Hospital will have its upgraded surveillance system ready by January next year....   | Read..
 

Police to auction seized cars

First published on 12-Dec-2017
Police have started a process to auction unclaimed vehicles that are gathering dust at various police stations across the city....   | Read..
 

GI tag plea reaches Chennai

First published on 12-Dec-2017
A religious outfit from the state on Monday reached Chennai to seek the geographical indication (GI) tag for the Jagannath Rasagolla....   | Read..
 

April 1 deadline for defecation-free tag

First published on 12-Dec-2017
The civic body has till April 1 to make the state capital open defecation free....   | Read..
 

Uptick in viral videos online

First published on 12-Dec-2017
Cases of objectionable videos of women becoming viral on social media in Odisha has seen an uptick....   | Read..
 

Report on digital reach

First published on 12-Dec-2017
An Unicef report released here on Monday underscored the importance of digital access and safety for children from all walks of life in the present time....   | Read..
 

Truckers fire strike warning

First published on 12-Dec-2017
The state's truck owners will go on strike from December 15 midnight after talks with the state government over revoking the green tax failed to yield results....   | Read..
 

Luggage content breather for driver

First published on 12-Dec-2017
Orissa High Court has ruled that a vehicle driver cannot be convicted for transporting contraband articles if he is unaware about the nature of substance carried by a passenger in his bag....   | Read..
 

Trekkers on spiritual route

First published on 12-Dec-2017
A team of mountaineers, led by Everester Jogabyasa Bhoi, assembled here and trekked the Trikut hill range at Patali Srikshetra on the occasion of International Mountain Day on Monday....   | Read..
 

Ponzi victim fix for state

First published on 12-Dec-2017
The state government is yet to ascertain the number of small investors who have lost their money to dubious financial companies....   | Read..
 

Artists' workshop

First published on 12-Dec-2017
Connecting local and traditional arts with the global and contemporary artists, a weeklong community-based art workshop was hosted at Barbil in Keonjhar by Utsha Foundation....   | Read..
 

Odisha raises river-link worry

First published on 12-Dec-2017
Chhattisgarh's proposal to interlink three of its rivers with the Mahanadi to boost its irrigation system led the BJD to stall Assembly proceedings twice on Monday....   | Read..
 

CPI slams Centre

First published on 12-Dec-2017
The CPI on Sunday slammed the Centre for failing to form a tribunal to resolve the Mahanadi row between Odisha and Chhattisgarh....   | Read..
 

Naveen call to attend BJD foundation day

First published on 12-Dec-2017
BJD president Naveen Patnaik has written letters to the party's grassroots leaders inviting them to attend the party's 20th Foundation Day to be held on December 26....   | Read..
 

More units for newborns

First published on 12-Dec-2017
The health and family welfare department has decided to open 11 more sick and newborn care units in various districts by March....   | Read..
 

Jumbo crushes selfie seeker to death

First published on 12-Dec-2017
A 50-year-old man was crushed to death by a wild tusker while trying to take a selfie with the animal in the background at Nuapada village near the Khamar kendu leaf forest range on Monday....   | Read..
 

Sheep carcass found

First published on 12-Dec-2017
At least six maimed bodies of sheep were found in Rajnagar division's Rajgarh village on Monday....   | Read..
 

Albino crocs born

First published on 12-Dec-2017
Artificially bred estuarine white crocodile babies have emerged out of eggshells in the Bhitarkanika National Park....   | Read..
 

Train traffic resumes

First published on 12-Dec-2017
Train traffic on the Kottavalasa-Koraput-Kirandul line resumed on Monday after remaining disrupted for more than two months....   | Read..
 

Maoist fighters wield shovels

First published on 12-Dec-2017
Across several CRPF camps in Maoist-infested Bihar and Jharkhand, groups of crack commandos trained specifically to fight the rebels are spending their days as gardeners and sentries....   | Read..