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November 28, 2017

Wanted: Some Sense & Sensitivity In Media Reporting

The media thrives on tragedy. That’s the nature of the beast. But does it follow that the media person has an inalienable right to violate anyone’s privacy and be crude, rude and grossly insensitive in the quest for that elusive…

Three IIMs in top 50 in new QS rankings

New Delhi: Three Indian institutes were ranked among the top 50 for the 'Master in Management' course in annual rankings released on Tuesday by the QS World University Rankings. IIM Bangalore, IIM Ahmedabad and IIM Calcutta secured the…

Kunduli gang rape survivor returns home after 48 days

Bhubaneswar: After a gap of nearly 48 days, the Kunduli gang rape survivor returned home after Child Welfare Committee (CWC) handed over custody to the family on Tuesday. The development came after the minor girl was discharged from SCB…

Radiology equipment in SCB medical sealed

Cuttack: A team of Atomic Energy Regulatory Board sealed nearly 7 radiology equipment from two departments of SCB Medical College and Hospital today. According to reports, three equipment of the Dental College have been sealed while the…

Contractor hacked to death in his house

Nabarangpur: In a ghastly incident, unidentified criminals today hacked a contractor to death at his residence at RK Colony here in Nabarangpur. According to sources, the deceased contractor, identified as Pradeep Agrawal, was in his…

Odisha government cracks down those taking commission

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government has taken action against 258 persons for allegedly taking commission in the rural housing schemes, a Minister said on Tuesday. Replying to a written question of BJP MLA Dilip Ray, Panchayati Raj…

Woman delivers on City Hospital verandah in Berhampur

Berhampur: Despite repeated reporting of incidents of women delivering under difficult circumstances from all over the state, a pregnant woman had to deliver a baby on the verandah of City Hospital here in Berhampur due to shortage of bed…

Kohli, Dhoni to discuss pay hike with Rai

New Delhi: India skipper Virat Kohli along with his predecessor Mahendra Singh Dhoni and head coach Ravi Shastri is expected to meet the Committee of Administrators (CoA) chief Vinod Rai this week to discuss a possible pay hike for…