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Dilip Kumar

Dilip Kumar

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Dillip Kumar Pradhan, having seven years of experience in print and digital media, has been writing on politics, crime, education and human interest stories.

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Bambo craft
From Chat Vendor To Master Bamboo Craftsman: A Lockdown Success Story

Meet 40-year-old Sudarshan Sahoo who once sold Chat at a road side stall in the Capital city to make a living. Thanks to the long pandemic-induced lockdowns, Sahoo, as he stands now after a year,...

jail
Undertrials Allege Torture Inside Bargarh Sub-Jail; Authorities Rubbish Charges

Two under trial prisoners (UTPs) alleged that they had been beaten up by the jail staff at the Baragarh sub-jail as they opposed sub-standard food

BEd Student Protest
OSSTET Application Date To Be Extended, Know Details

School and Mass Education Minister Sameer Ranjan Dash today hinted at an extension of the application date following protest by BEd students.

Cyber Fraud
Hyderabad Police Arrests Five Cyber Criminals From Bhubaneswar

The fraudsters allegedly looted Rs 15 lakh from two accounts in a fraudulent manner, police said.

Bijay Panigrahy
Covid Vaccination For Pregnant Women After July 15; Guidelines Today: Odisha Health Official

The government has already clarified that Covid-19 vaccines are safe for pregnant women and the special inoculation drive will be carried out as per the guidelines issued.

Hot branding
Superstition Rules The Roost, Hot Branding Claims Life Of TB- Stricken Man In Keonjhar

34-year-old Bikash Dehury of Kainsari village was down with TB for the last several days following which he complained of loss of appetite, fever and other physical disorders.

Brown sugar seized
Odisha: Five Arrested Separately For Trading Brown Sugar, Ganja In Rourkela

Police today claimed to have arrested five drug peddlers allegedly involved in brown sugar and Ganja trade in the city on Friday.

Odisha weather cold wave and rainfall
Monsoon To Be Normal For Next Five Days; Interior Odisha To Experience More Rain: IMD

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Friday said that interior parts of Odisha will experience more rainfall as the monsoon will remain normal in the State for the next five days.

Naba Jauban darshan
‘Naba Jauban Darshan’ Of Holy Trinity Today

The Holy Trinity, Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Devi Subhadra, is all set to reappear and give darshan in youthful appearance today after spending 14 days in the sick room (Anasara Ghara). The ritual is...

Banker arrested
Private Bank Manager Arrested On Fraud Charges In Kendrapara

Manager of a private bank allegedly defrauded customers of lakh of rupees on the pretext of sanctioning loans at low-interest rates in the Kendrapara district.

Assault on Minor
Assault On Minor Tea Seller In Bhubaneswar: 2 Home Guards Dismissed, OAPF Jawan Suspended

The Commissionerate Police today dismissed two home guards from service in connection with the assault on a minor boy who was allegedly found selling tea at his father's shop beyond deadline during partial lockdown.

Bijay Mohapatra
Only 0.13 PC People Found Infected Post Covid Vaccination, Says Top Odisha Health Official

A fraction of the beneficiaries have been found infected with Covid 19 after vaccination. Their number stands at only 0.13 per cent of the total vaccinated population, said the Director, Health Services, Dr Bijay Moahapatra.

Teaching at door step
Odisha: School Students Deprived Of Online Classes To Get Door-Step Education

In a bid to impart education to students deprived of online classes, the Odisha government has planned to engage budding teachers especially those who are under training, for providing door-step teaching in inaccessible and remote...

Teachers recruitment
Odisha Teachers Recruitment Now Through CBT Mode, Check Govt's New Proposals

With an aim to recruit quality teachers and fill up the vacancies in secondary schools, the Odisha government is mulling to recruit 10,000 contractual teachers in high schools across the State though online competitive examinations.

BPAI Director
More Flights, Passengers’ Safety On Top Focus, Says New Director Of Bhubaneswar Airport

Introduction of new flights at both national and international levels along with passengers' security would be his top priorities at the Biju Patnaik International Airport (BPAI), said Pravat Ranjan Beuria who assumed the charge as...

Covid-19: Odisha BJP State President Samir Mohanty admitted to AIIMS after testing positive
Odisha BJP Kicks Off 3-Day Agitation Over Housing Scam

The State unit of BJP today kicked off its three-day state-wide agitation beginning today to protest against the alleged scam in implementation of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Gramin (PMAY-G).

DCP
Woman’s Murder In Bhubaneswar: Crime Was Planned Carefully, Say Police

The ghastly murder of Priyanka Priyadarshini, a homemaker who lived with her family at Bhimatangi in the Capital city, was a pre-determined crime, informed police a day after recovering the blood-soaked body of the woman...

Covid 19
Daily Covid Deaths Are Based On Audit, Not On A Day’s Fatality Count: Top Odisha Health Officials

In the wake of the controversy surrounding the alleged concealing of Covid deaths in the State, the Odisha Government on Tuesday sought to clarify by stating that the death figures updated by the government...

Bhimatangi Murder
Woman's Murder In Bhubaneswar: 'My Son Had An Affair With That Woman'

In a fresh twist to the sensational murder of homemaker Priyanka Priyadarshini at Bhimatangi in the city on Monday, the mother of the accused has allegedly claimed that the victim was into a relationship with...

Covid cases
Odisha Sees Record Dip In Single-Day Covid Cases, Deaths Surge

Odisha on Tuesday witnessed a fall in the single day Covid 19 cases with 2,487 new infections even as daily fatalities showed no sign of abatement with 51 infected persons succumbing to the virus in...

Dillip Kumar Pradhan, having seven years of experience in print and digital media, has been writing on politics, crime, education and human interest stories.

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