Special ward for H1N1 opened in SCBMCH
04 Aug 2017
State plea to Centre for banks in LWE-hit areas
BEO vacancy hits Odisha's primary education
Medical students of VIMSAR suspend cease work
Livelihood of truck owners hit as MCL takes rail route for coal shipment
Resentment is brewing among the consumers of the city over closure of agency office which was engaged by Southco to sell LED bulbs.
Jaipur Sadar police on Thursday fished out the body of a Panchayat Samiti member, who had been missing since Tuesday, from Chainipur Ghat of Budha river in the district.
Though the State Government is providing lakhs of rupees to the district under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) for better educational infrastructure in the schools, Maharajpur new project primary school is running from a thatched house.
A notorious criminal was arrested following an exchange of fire between him and the police in Ganjam district on Thursday.
THE ever expanding telecom services has given a new dimension to crime scenario in Sundargarh district.
Family members of Khirod Singh (58), whose attendant was roughed up by PG students of VIMSAR on July 28 night, are a worried lot.
AS confusion prevails on the amount to be recovered from mining companies for excess mining of iron ore and manganese for a period of 10 years from 2000, the State Government on Thursday said it will
Three national-level research institutes have come together to prepare a long-term action plan for bio-economy and agriculture diversification which would help enhance farm productivity and farmers’ i
As many as 80 Startups working in diverse areas have been recognised by the Startup Odisha Initiative (SOI) during the last two months.
Utkal University may soon have a Centre for International Studies if things work out as planned.
The State Government on Thursday launched a new initiative, UNNATI, to bring all-round inclusive development in urban areas by synergising the resources from various schemes, agencies and providing cr
The ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) and Congress have decided to oppose Centre’s decision to withdraw subsidy on LPG in a phased manner by announcing agitational programmes.
Till Wednesday night, Bhavna Singh, daughter-in-law of Pal Heights Group promoter Satpal Singh, was busy preparing for the 15-day Rajasthani Food Festival which was scheduled to start from Thursday.
In a most pathetic mishap, four members of a prominent business family along with the domestic help were choked to death after fire broke out in their three-storey residential building in Budheswari C
Criticising the Centre for cheating poor women, the BMJD leaders demanded that GST on LPG cylinders should be waived.
03 Aug 2017
The new scheme has assumed significance in view of the polls to urban local bodies in September next year.
In a shocking incident, five persons, including four of a family were burnt alive as fire catches a three-storey building at Buddheswari colony in Bhubaneswar in the wee hours on Thursday.
The PwDs were miffed over absence of the orthopaedic doctor who renews and issues them certificates.
Flash flood in rivers Brahmani and Kharasrota has submerged paddy and vegetable crops in thousands of acres of land in five blocks of Jajpur district.
A woman died in Balangir district after a doctor accidentally cut her intestines during tubectomy surgery.
The Supreme Court has asked the State Government to file an affidavit detailing the activities carried out by the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) which was created to undertake tribal welfare.
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