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Another dies of Jaundice, toll reaches 4

Bolangir: One more person died of jaundice as alleged by the family members of the deceased today. With this, the toll reached four in the district. The deceased Puran Rajput belonging to Gandhinagarpada area was undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Raipur of Chhattisgarh. Meanwhile, chief district medical officer (CDMO) Rabi Narayan Tripathy said […]

One more dies of jaundice in Bolangir; toll rises to three

Bolangir/Boudh: One more person succumbed to jaundice in Bolangir, notwithstanding the administration’s increased alertness to tackle the water borne disease. With these deaths, the total toll this year on account of jaundice has gone up to three in Bolangir district. The deceased have been identified as resident of the Sudhpara area. Today morning a woman […]

2 held for hacking MGNREGS accts

Two persons were today arrested on charges of their involvement in a cybercrime under which more than Rs 1 lakh was withdrawn in fake names through nrega.nic.in, the official website of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS)

Bloodbath at Sulia, cops mute

Bolangir: In an open defiance of the government order, the tribal people of Khairaguda and Kamaria in the district today celebrated their annual religious ceremony ‘Sulia Jatra’ by sacrificing large number of animals and birds at two sacrifice spots- Sana Khala and Bada Khala, barely 30 km from the district headquarters. The district administration had […]

Child Labour
NHRC seeks report from Ktka, Odisha on child labour incident

NHRC asks report from Karnataka and Odisha govts on child labourer torture incident

Lower Suktel Opposition
Lower Suktel agitation: Police detain 150 people

Police detained about 150 people including about 50 women...

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Sulia fest tomorrow, Sec 144 clamped to prevent mass sacrifice

A day before the Sulia Festival of Khairaguda, Bolangir district administration has imposed section 144 of Cr PC at three sacrifice sites (Sana Khala, Bada Khala and Nua Khala) to ensure that large number of animal slaughter should not occur unlike previous years.