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Woman Charred To Death In Jagatsinghpur
Woman Charred To Death, Baby Boy Critical In Odisha's Jagatsinghpur

A woman was charred to death while her baby boy (18 months) sustained critical injuries in a fire mishap reported from Tentoi village under Naugaon block in Jagatsinghpur district on Thursday

City Bus Pity
City Buses In Smart City Rourkela, Odisha Gathering Rust

This is the state of affairs of the City Bus service in smart city of Rourkela. The buses are gathering dust and rust at the new bus terminal in Rourkela. As many as 15 buses are lying defunct at the terminal.

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Action After Ragging!
Odisha VSSUT Ragging: Stern Action Taken Against 12 Students

After a ragging incident was reported from Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology (VSSUT) on September 22, action has been taken against as many as 12 students. The disciplinary Committee of Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology (VSSUT) has suspended two students for two years and 10 others for one year.

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Pipili Bypoll: 59.72 Per Cent Voter Turnout Till 3 Pm
Pipili Bypoll: 59.72 Per Cent Voter Turnout Till 3 PM

Many people were seen standing in queues outside polling centres, where markings have been drawn on the ground to enable voters to maintain social distancing. Polling will continue till 6 PM.

No Motorable Road
Sans Road, Pregnant Woman Carried On Cot, Delivers Baby On Way To Hospital

Another instance of a pregnant woman being carried on cot surfaced from Malkangiri’s Swabhiman Anchal. On Wednesday (September 29), a woman from the bordering areas of Khajuriguda experienced labour pain. Her family members called 108 ambulance services to avail medical facility from Janbai hospital.

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Odisha ACF Death Case: Bidya Under Extreme Mental Duress, Says Her Father
Odisha ACF Death Case: Bidya Under Extreme Mental Duress, Says Her Father

On July 11, Soumya Ranjan was found with burn injuries at his quarters and rushed to a hospital. However, a day later, he succumbed while undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Cuttack.

Elephants 'Destroy' Crops In Nabarangpur
No End To Farmers' Miseries In Odisha: Elephants 'Destroy' Crops In Nabarangpur

A herd of wild elephants from Chhattisgarh allegedly destroyed several acres of maize crops in Nabarangpur district

Pipili Bypoll
Pipili Bypoll: Voting Begins Amid Tight Security & Strict COVID-19 Regulations

The polling process started at as many as 348 booths across the constituency from 7 am, and it will continue till 6 pm today

Mundali Boat Tragedy
Mundali Boat Tragedy: Locals, Wildlife Experts Put Blame On Forest Dept

While the deaths of OTV’s chief reporter Arindam Das and ODRAF jawan Sitaram Murmu in the mishap raised a series of uneasy questions, locals in Athagarh as well as wildlife experts blamed the Forest department for the tragedy

Orissa High Court Upholds Granting Of Liquor Shop Licences Through Lottery System
Orissa High Court Upholds Granting Of Liquor Shop Licences Through Lottery System

A division bench comprising Chief Justice S Muralidhar and Justice BP Routray rejected a batch of writ petitions challenging the selection of applicants for liquor shops through a lottery system.

MGNREGA Workers Protest
MGNREGA Workers In Odisha's Sambalpur Protest Over Delay In Payment

Several labourers have worked under the scheme in the Panchayat for many months. However, they are yet to get their payment

Pradipta Kumar Naik
Odisha LoP Writes To Amit Shah Over Withdrawal Of Second Language Status to Odia in Jharkhand

Odia speaking people of living in Jharkhand, mainly in Sadeikala, Kharsua, east Singbhum and west Singhbhum districts, and few other parts of the state, have been exploited and harassed by the government of Jharkhand since long, wrote Naik.

  • Wednesday, 29 September 2021
  • Odisha
Elephant Herd In Village
Giant Elephants Stray Into Odisha Village, Cause Damage

A large herd of elephants strayed into a village triggering panic among locals. These images are from Sambalpur village in Raighar block of Nabarangpur district. The herd reportedly strayed into the village from bordering Chhattisgarh.

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Supreme Court
'Can't Allow People To Suffer, Die': SC On CBI's Report On Firecrackers

The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued show-cause notice to manufacturers, and sought an explanation why contempt proceedings should be not initiated against them, and why their licenses not be cancelled.

 IAS Topper Shubham Kumar
Staying Focused, Persistent Are Key To Success: IAS Topper Shubham Kumar

Not satisfied with his performance, Kumar appeared in the examination again in 2020 with Anthropology as his optional subject and secured the top position in the UPSC examination, results of which were declared on last Friday.

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