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Bhubaneswar: RPF IIC tries to hide his Guiltiness, attacks Newsman

Bhubaneswar: RPF IIC tries to hide his Guiltiness, attacks Newsman
The work of police is to protect people. But an IIC of RPF, Bhubaneswar has proven the statement wrong and attacked a media reporter to hide his guiltiness. The matter has took place today morning when passengers launched a strike at Master canteen railway station due to a train delay. To control the situation, the RPF came to the spot and tried to...

Odisha Bandh: Normal Life Disrupted, Harichandan expresses Gratitude to People for Lending Support

Odisha Bandh: Normal Life Disrupted, Harichandan expresses Gratitude to People for Lending Support
Normal life has been completely disrupted by the Congress-called Odisha Bandh on Friday. The bandh has been called in protest against the mismanagement by the state government and the Shri Jagannath temple administration resulting in serious irregularities and tradition violation during the Brahma Parivartan of the Lords in Puri on June 17. However, all essential services such as hospitals and Nabakelabara works were...

Bhubaneswar: Wife kills Husband over an argument regarding Drinking Habit

Wife kills Husband over an argument regarding Drinking Habit
Alcohol always plays a role of killing machine. In the country where wife prays to God for the long-live of her husband, a wife turned into a murderer by killing her husband in late Sunday night in Bhubaneswar. According to the report, a 42-year-old man was allegedly killed by his wife with a pestle stone over an argument regarding the man's...

Odisha: EOW arrests Coal Sales Company Official regarding Rs 30 crore Fraud Case

EOW arrests Coal Sales Company Official regarding Rs 30 crore Fraud Case
Purna Chandra Rath, Manager of Karamchand Thapar & Brothers (Coal Sales) Ltd’s Paradip branch has been arrested from Kolkata by the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of the Odisha Crime Branch regarding a Rs. 30 Crore fraud case. The alleged has been brought to the capital city this morning and been produced before the court. According to the latest reports, Rath has been sentenced...

One-hour power cut in Bhubaneswar from today

The state run Central Electricity Supply Utility of Orissa(CESU) today announced load shedding for at least one hour a day in Bhubaneswar and some other districts even as the gruelling heat disrupted normal life in the state. There would be phase-wise loadshedding for 30 minutes each for one hour in Bhubaneswar, Khurda, Nimapada and Puri districts, Santosh Kumar Swain Superintendent...

The last date of TTC application has been extended till 5th June, 2015

The last date for on-line application for admission to different Teacher Training Courses for the session 2015-2017 has been extended up to 5th June 2015. The decision is taken by considering the non-publication of results by different examination Board and Universities of the State. For the admission process refer the information Brochure available on the official website: adimissions.scertodisha.in. The last date for...

First-ever Postal ATM service in Odisha, Launched at Bhubaneswar, Cuttack GPOs

Odisha News
The India Post has launched the first-ever ATM services in Odisha for its savings account holders to woo more customers and stop the slide of struggling postal services. The Postal ATMs were launched at the Bhubaneswar and Cuttack General Post Offices (GPOs) yesterday. Chief Post Master General Tilak Dey inaugurated the Postal ATM services at the PMG Office in Bhubaneswar. The...

Naveen bats for net freedom

Naveen bats for net freedom
Bhubaneswar, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today said any move to dilute internet freedom would cause economic loss to the booming IT industry and it might affect the poor as several services to them were delivered through the internet. "It must be noted that this is not an issue of just elite as it is being made out to be....

Bhubaneswar celebrates 67th Foundation Day

Bhubaneswar : The Odisha State Cpaital celebrates its 67th foundation day.Speaker of the Odisha Assembly Niranjan Pujari offered flowers at the foundation stone inside the Assembly premises in the morning. This was followed by a colourful parade by school children along the Mahatma Gandhi Marg at the PMG Square which was attended by the Speaker, Director General of Police...

IIT-BBSR to shift in july

Bhubaneswar, Apr 11: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bhubaneswar will be shifted to its new campus at Aragul on the outskirts of the Odisha capital in July this year.  This has been decided in a high level meeting held under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Sri Gokul Chandra Pati in secretariat conference hall recently wherein Director IIT Sri Madhusudan...

Coal supply from MCL’s Jagannath Area down 50% due to protest

Coal supply to different power plants from Mahanadi Coalfields' (MCL) Jagannath area in Talcher belt was today affected due to road blockade by local villagers. The coal supply has been reduced by 50 per cent due to the blockade, a release issued by MCL said. Local villagers are demanding drinking water, health, plantation and other basic facilities in the project affected...

IT Investment Region to be set up in Bhubaneswar at a cost of Rs.3700 crore

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has made a proposal for IT Investment Region in Bhubaneswar at a cost of Rs. 3700 crore. The project will provide full broadband connectivity to 16 districts of the state by the end of 2015. During a meeting with Union Communications and IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, the Chief Minister also technical support from NIC for the...

BJD sweeps urban local bodies election

Bhubaneswar, The ruling BJD today swept election in eight urban local bodies - three municipalities and five notified areas where polling was held yesterday. In all the eight civic bodies, BJD has been able to secure majority, state election commission sources said. The BJD has won absolute majority at Daspalla, Dharmagarh, Balimela, Tusra, and Redhakhol Notified Area Councils (NAC) and three municipalities...

Task force on mines aims to checkmate mining mafia

Task force on mines aims to checkmate mining mafia
Bhubaneswar, With the Odisha government all set to open more mines for operation following amendment of the MMDR Act, a task force on mines today resolved to tighten the noose around mining mafia and illegal transport operators, an official said. "The task force, headed by Chief Secretary G C Pati, has recommended steps including formation of a sub-committee to fix...