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‘Nemala Gadi’ cries for attention

Cuttack: Nemala Gadi, the seat of 16th century poet and seer Achyutananda Das, has been subject to apathy by the state government, alleged social outfit Maitree Sansad. Outfit president Ajay Mohanty has recently submitted a memorandum to the Chief Secretary’s grievance cell and sought immediate steps to develop infrastructure at Nemala Gadi, which is popularly known as Achyutananda Peeth or Padmavana. Considering the plea, the Chief Secretary has forwarded the memorandum...

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Utkal University gets Micro Raman Spectrometer lab

Bhubaneswar: A Micro Raman Spectrometer laboratory was inaugurated at the Department of Physics, Utkal University, here on the occasion of the National Science Day, Friday. Vice-chairman of state Higher Education Council Ashok Das inaugurated the laboratory, set up with an expenditure of Rs 1.5 crore under the Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA). The spectrometer is named after eminent Indian physicist and Nobel laureate CV Raman and is used to determine the...

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Suryamani Behera feted for popularising Science and Technology

New Delhi: President Ram Nath Kovind, Friday, conferred National Award on Suryamani Behera of Odisha for his outstanding contribution to popularise Science and Technology through print media on the occasion of National Science Day organised by the Department of Science and Technology here. Behera, a retired professor and popular science writer, has written books in both Odia and English languages. He has published more than 30 books. His latest books Vigyana...

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Amit Shah accuses opposition for inciting violence over CAA

Amit Shah at a BJP rally in Bhubaneswar, Friday

Bhubaneswar: Union Home Minister Amit Shah accused opposition parties of spreading misinformation about the new citizenship law and inciting communal riots. He said people should come out and ask those fomenting trouble to explain which clause of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act talks about snatching the rights of the people. “Opposition parties are spreading misinformation that Muslims will lose their Indian citizenship because of the CAA. They are instigating people and fomenting...

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2nd Test: India all out for 242 after batting collapse

Christchuch: India were all out for 242 in their first innings following a stunning battling collapse, triggered by paceman Kyle Jamieson on the opening day of the second cricket Test against New Zealand at the Hagley Oval, here Saturday. India were steady at 194 for five at tea but lost wickets in quick succession after the play...

Facebook Messenger ditches chat bots, removes Discover tab

Facebook Messenger ditches chat bots, removes Discover tab

San Francisco: Facebook Messenger has ditched chat bots and removed Discover tab as part of a larger redesign process to remain simple and catch more eyeballs. The changes will appear next week, reports TechCrunch, in a move to focus on speed and simplicity. "The changes are part of a larger Messenger redesign that reorients the People tab...

Huawei launches MediaPad M5 Lite 10 tablet in India

Huawei launches MediaPad M5 Lite 10 tablet in India

New Delhi: Chinese tech major Huawei Friday launched the MediaPad M5 Lite 10 tablet, which comes with the M-Pen lite stylus, for Rs 22,990. The tablet that boasts of 4GB RAM + 64GB storage will be available on Flipkart, Croma and several retail stores across India, Huawei said, adding that it will go on pre-sale on March...

2nd Test: Pujara, Vihari guide India to 194/5 at tea

Christchurch: Invited to bat, India reached 194 for five at tea on the opening day of the second cricket Test against New Zealand at the Hagley Oval, here Saturday. India lost both the openers -- Prithvi Shaw (54) and Mayank Agarwal (7) -- to Kiwi pacers in the first session. Cheteshwar Pujara (53) and Hanuma Vihari (55)...

HAL supplies rocket part to ISRO for satellite launch

HAL supplies rocket part to ISRO for satellite launch

Bengaluru: State-run Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) supplied a rocket part (L-40 stage) to the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for launching satellites in the geo-stationary orbit onboard GSLV Mark-2, the aerospace major said Friday. "We handed over the 50th stage of the heavy rocket -- Geo Synchronous Launch Vehicle (GSLV-MKII) to ISRO for its F-12 flight that...

 

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