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Hackers target website of Odisha Revenue Department

Bhubaneswar: As many as three sensitive external links on the website of Revenue and Disaster Management Department of the Odisha government were hacked by unidentified hackers today. According to sources, extremely important links on the page of Revenue department’s portal including SRC (Special Relief Commissioner), OSDMA (Odisha State Disaster Management Authority) and e-Despatch (Electronic Despatch) […]

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2 women of a family held on charges of killing mother-in-law

Puri: Satyabadi police arrested two women of a family on charges of killing their mother in law and dumping her body in a pond in Someswarpur village in the district. According to sources, daughters-in-law Sandhya Maharana and Manasi  Maharana, had allegedly planned and executed the murder of their mother in law Minati  Maharana.They had later […]

Paceman Bumrah ruled out of 2nd Test vs England

London: Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah has been ruled out of the second Test against England, starting on Thursday as he has not fully recovered from a left thumb injury, bowling coach Bharat Arun said on Tuesday. Bumrah underwent surgery after fracturing his his thumb during the first T20 International against Ireland in June. The Indian […]

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Odisha MLA conducts last rites of elderly beggar

Jharsuguda: In what might be called as an inspiring deed, last rites of an old lady, who was a beggar, were conducted by a local MLA when no one in the village turned up for her funeral. This incident was reported from Amanapali village under Kolabira block of Jharsuguda. Sources said, the lady was a […]

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Elderly with high BMI at risk of cognitive decline: Study

London: Being obese in older age may lead to poor brain health as higher waist-hip ratio was associated with reduced cognitive function, according to a study. The association could be explained by an increased secretion of inflammatory markers by belly fat, which has been previously associated with a higher risk of impaired cognition. Previous studies […]

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Women's Polycystic Ovary Syndrome may increase risk of autism in newborns

London: Children born to women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) may be more likely to develop autism, according to a study. PCOS is a condition caused by high testosterone which results in delayed onset of puberty, irregular menstrual cycles, and excess bodily hair. Previous studies had shown that autistic children have elevated levels of “sex […]

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