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Chandigarh, Bhubaneswar worst among 21 Indian cities, claims survey

Bhubaneswar:  Rated once as a well planned, clean and peaceful city, Odisha capital Bhubaneswar has been strangely rated as the second worst among 21 cities in 18 different states of the country, by a recent survey. Reports revealed that the ‘Annual Survey of India's City Systems 2014' conducted by Bangalore-based NGO ‘Janaagraha Centre for Citizenship & Democracy’ in its survey has...

Rs 11 lakh looted at gun point on broad day light in Bhubaneswar

 Bhubaneswar: Armed robbers are back again in the twin city, terrorising people at gun point and snatching valuables on broad day light from even crowded city locales. On Thursday, two miscreants allegedly decamped with Rs 11 lakh in cash from the accountant of a private hospital at busy Khandagiri Square in the state capital. The robbers-duo reportedly came on a...

Panic grips Odisha after tremors, more than 100 injured

Bhubaneswar: An earthquake measuring 5.8 in the Richter scale hit the Odisha at 9.52 pm on Wednesday. Though there was no immediate casualty reported, but more than 100 people got injured either due to the tremors or trying to get out of their houses, sources said. State capital Bhubaneswar topped the injury chart, with at least 70 cases reported at the...

More than 100 fall ill after community feast

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