Cops assault lawyer in PS

Berhampur: A lawyer sustained serious injuries after he was allegedly beaten up by the IIC of Buguda police station in Ganjam, Rama Chandra Biswal, on the police station premises Tuesday. The lawyer identified as Haraprasad Das sustained injuries in his...

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Odisha has conducive eco-system for growth of MSMEs

Bhubaneswar: Make in Odisha Conclave 2018, the flagship biennial global investors’ meet, witnessed engaging sessions on the development of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) sector in the state, Tuesday. L N Gupta, Additional Chief Secretary, MSME department, in his opening address, stated that abundance of agro, marine and mineral...

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Lions’ Gate Gumuta at Srimandir in dilapidation

Puri: The Gumuta, a small temple-like structure, at the Lions’ Gate commonly known as Singhadwar of Srimandir here, is in a state of dilapidation. The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), conservator of the 12th century shrine, has failed to renovate the dilapidated structure despite an advice in this regard from the Srimandir Technical Committee. According to researchers, the Gumuta of Lions’ Gate was constructed during the reign of Suryavansha king Kapilendra...

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Hundreds bid adieu to Ananth Kumar at state funeral

Bengaluru: Hundreds of people, including BJP patriarch LK Advani and the party's National President Amit Shah, Tuesday bid farewell to Ananth Kumar, as his mortal remains were cremated at a state funeral with military honours here. Kumar, 59, died Monday at a private hospital here due to multiple organ failure. Even as the Army band sounded the bugle to mark the last rites, a 21-gun salute was given to the body...

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Monkey kills newborn in Agra

Agra: A child born only 12 days ago died after a monkey snatched it from his mother's lap on the outskirts of Agra city, police said Tuesday. The mother, Neha, was feeding Sunny around 8 pm Monday when the monkey pounced on the baby in Kachhara area. Before the mother could react, the newborn was seen dangling from the monkey's clutch as it jumped up the walls and vanished on the...

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Cong terms Dassault CEO’s claims on Rafale deal as ‘manufactured lies’

New Delhi: The political row over the Rafale jet deal escalated Tuesday with the Congress dismissing as 'manufactured lies' the claims by the Dassault CEO there was no wrong-doing and its chief Rahul Gandhi firing a fresh salvo at Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The nation needs a "fair investigation" and not "doctored explanations" on the fighter jet deal, Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said. He was responding to Dassault Aviation CEO...

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CM unveils Organic Farming Policy

Bhubaneswar: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Tuesday said the state government has been targeting to bring two lakh hectares of land in the state under organic farming in the next five years. Speaking at the Agri Business Investment session in the Make in Odisha conclave, the Chief Minister launched the Odisha Organic Farming Policy and claimed to achieve the...

After six months, another arrested in Rs 4.33 crore loan fraud

Bhubaneswar: The Economic Offences Wing of the Crime Branch Tuesday arrested an associate of a realtor who is accused of duping a nationalised bank of Rs 4.33 crore. The arrested, Dusmanta Kumar Muduli, is a resident of Samantarapur on the outskirts of the city. However, it is to be noted here that the aforementioned realtor who is...

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Homemakers catch hockey fever

A World Cup event being held in your city is certainly reason to celebrate. We are talking about the Men’s Hockey World Cup which will be held from November 28-December 16 at Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar. Everyone is eagerly waiting for D-day. Among those making plans to see the matches are homemakers who can barely contain their...

HC puts off hearing on lawyers’ stir again

Cuttack: The High Court Tuesday put off hearing in the ongoing lawyers’ agitation over alleged assault of a lawyer by policemen to November 15 as the Crime Branch (CB) sought more time to submit a complete chargesheet. Earlier, the court had deferred the hearing twice citing the same reasons, first November 9 and then November 13. On...

Amnesty upset with Iyer’s arrest

New Delhi: Amnesty International India, a non-governmental organization focused on human rights, has criticised the state government’s move to arrest Abhijit Iyer Mitra for his derogatory remarks on Konark Sun Temple. Terming Iyer’s arrest as a violation of the freedom of expression, Amnesty International India on its twitter handle said, “The Odisha government must release journalist Abhijit...

Valentina Mishra

Grooming budding talents

Valentina Mishra of Bhubaneswar has been a part of the fashion industry for the last 12 years training kids who participate in beauty pageants in India and abroad. Apart from grooming beauty pageant contestants, she has also acted in some television commercials. Valentina rose to prominence as a model groomer after her protégés performed well in the...

Daringbadi shivers at 11 degree Celsius

Daringbadi: After a few days gap due to the rain, Daringbadi, the Kashmir of Odisha in Kandhamal district has once again began feeling the shivering chill as the winter approaches. While, the region reeled under bone-chilling 13 degree Celsius Monday, it further decreased to 11 Degree Celsius Tuesday morning. Normal life has been hit in the tribal-dominated...

One dies, another hurt in mishap

Cuttack: A man died while another sustained critical injuries after the rider lost control over the motorcycle they were on and rammed into a roadside wall near Athanga Trinath temple on Kandarpur-Machagaon Road here late Monday. Kandarpur police officials said the body of Vivekananda Das (23), a resident of Badadadhilo village, has been sent for autopsy. The...

Lions’ Gate Gumuta at Srimandir in dilapidation

Puri: The Gumuta, a small temple-like structure, at the Lions’ Gate commonly known as Singhadwar of Srimandir here, is in a state of dilapidation. The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), conservator of the 12th century shrine, has failed to renovate the dilapidated structure despite an advice in this regard from the Srimandir Technical Committee. According to researchers,...

Brainstorming on low carbon mobility plan

Bhubaneswar: A brainstorming session on ‘Sustainable urban mobility options for Bhubaneswar and first Mobility Plan Coordination Committee meeting on Low Carbon Mobility Plan’ (LCMP), organised by BDA, Housing and Urban Development department and Detsche Gesellschaft for Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) of the German Government, was held here Tuesday. The discussion focused on implementing the Integrated Sustainable Urban Transport...

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