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Odishatv Bureau

Odishatv Bureau

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Odishatv.in is an initiative by Odisha Television Network to connect netizens to the latest information about Odisha and beyond. The site is also a gateway to the state and offers a ...more

Odishatv.in is an initiative by Odisha Television Network to connect netizens to the latest information about Odisha and beyond. The site is also a gateway to the state and offers a wide spectrum of subjects such as History, Demography, Art and Culture, Tourist places, Festivals, Eminent sons of soil and so on.

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Cong distressed at CAG stand

New Delhi: The Congress on Friday hit out at CAG saying it is surprised and distressed at its stand that MPs cannot comment on its report when the document is being examined by a Parliamentary...

A pint of beer a day keeps the doctor away

(image) London: Beer buffs, here`s some news to cheer! Moderate drinking of ale and lager can cut the risk of diabetes and high blood pressure, a new study has claimed. Spanish researchers, who carried out...

14 killed as violence grips Karachi again

Karachi: As many as 14 people have been killed and dozens others injured as a spate of target killings and widespread violence gripped Pakistan`s biggest city since last night. The fresh bout of violence erupted...

Three dead as vehicle turns turtle in Bargarh

Bargarh: In a tragic incident, at least three persons died and 25 other were injured on Friday as a mini truck overturned near Kushnipuri village on Bargarh-Sambalpur road here. While one of them died on...

Double murder rocks silk city

Berhampur: The business capital of South Orissa woke up to a bloody morning on Friday as bodies of two brothers were found near Nigam Nagar and Ankoli railway track. The deceased have been identified as...

Afghan embassys concern over student attack

Cuttack: A team of three officials from the embassy of Afghanistan in New Delhi arrived here on Friday met DCP Amitendranath Sinha and discussed about Thursday’s group clash at Ravenshaw University that had left four...

Old tribal woman killed on suspicion of practising witchcraft

Baripada: An old tribal woman was hacked to death allegedly by her nephew today on the suspicion of performing witchcraft in Mayurbhanj district, police said. Chandu Hansda (32) allegedly beheaded Phulamani Hansda (50) with an...

Religious fervour marks Makar Sankranti

Bhubaneswar: Makar Sankranti, heralding the harvest season, was observed with religious fervour and gaiety across the state on Friday. As per almanac, Sun begins its ascendancy and enters into northern hemisphere today. On this occasion,...

Three hardcore Maoists arrested

Malkangiri: Three hardcore Maoists were arrested in Malkangiri district even as two senior members of Kalimela Dalam of the outlawed CPI(Maoist) could manage to flee, the police said. The ultras arrested from Batiguda forests in...

Now, Maoists eye mid-day meal and BPL rice

Rayagada: After targeting police personnel, mobile towers, rail tracks and schools, it seems that the Maoists have now included rice meant for BPL families and mid-day programme in their list of attack. After the recent...

Bank van waylaid, Rs 30 lakh looted

Bhubaneswar: In a style reminiscent of Bollywood robberies, around 15 armed men looted Rs 30 lakh from a bank van while transferring cash to another branch in Kalahandi on Thursday night.   As per reports,...

Govt-Maoists ink pact to monitor peace process

Kathmandu: The government and the main Opposition Maoist party on Friday inked a crucial eleventh-hour deal to monitor Nepal`s fragile peace process after the UN mission tasked to supervise the arms and the army of...

11 pro-Taliban militants killed in northwest Pak

Peshawar: Eleven pro-Taliban militants, including some foreign fighters, were killed on Friday when security forces shelled rebel positions in the restive Kurram tribal region of northwest Pakistan, officials said. The army used artillery to target...

No increase in deployment of forces border

New Delhi: The Army on Friday said there was no increase in deployment of security forces on the Sino-Indian border from either sides. "Force deployment on both the sides of the Sino-Indian borders has not...

Pak onion lands at Mundra port

Ahmedabad/New Delhi: The first consignment of about 200 tonnes of onion imported by the government from Pakistan landed at the Mundra port in Gujarat on Friday and is likely to reach Delhi on Tuesday. The...

Dhoni eases pressure of team-mates

Johannesburg: The team`s performance on Saturday`s second one-dayer against South Africa here would not be the deciding factor in selecting the players for the upcoming World Cup, India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said on Friday....

UK wants India to open retail, raise FDI limit in defence

New Delhi: Britain wants India to open up retail sector and further liberalise defence and financial services to promote economic growth and deal with the food security problem. The issues are likely to come up...

Gold declines, silver slumps to one month low

Mumbai: Gold prices declined at the bullion market here on Friday on selling by stockists as well as subdued offtake from jewellery makers amidst bearish international trend. Silver also plunged to settle below the Rs...

HC grants bail to Kalmadis aide in CWG scam case

New Delhi: T S Darbari, a close associate of the CWG Organising Committee Chairman Suresh Kalmadi, was on Friday granted bail by the Delhi High Court after CBI failed to file the chargesheet against him...

Hit India hard from ball one: Fletcher to his boys

Johannesburg: Wary of an Indian backlash after their humiliating loss in the series opener, South African batting coach Duncan Fletcher today asked his players to hit visiting team "hard" from ball one on Saturday`s second...

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