Baibhav Mishra

Odisha: Faulty drainage channels floods Acharya Vihar

The construction work of a connecting channel which would have systematically diverted this drain towards Vani Vihar has been abandoned.

20 Jul 2017

Odisha: Blame game begins over water-logging in Bhubaneshwar

The incessant rain over the last few days has exposed a shabby drainage system in the State Capital which recently bagged laurels internationally as a ‘Smart City’.

18 Jul 2017

Black spot on Black Pagoda

Unofficial cess collected from tourists on visit to Sun temple at Konark.

15 Jul 2017

Odisha trying to make Asian Athletics Championships a success

The State Government has mobilised a huge contingent of officers to ensure the smooth and incident-free conduct of the Asian Athletics Championships which kicks off next month.

29 Jun 2017

Men and tech ready against rain to play spoilsport

WITH chances of sky opening up during Asian Athletics Championships 2017,  all possible measures are in place to ensure that the events continue without break.

28 Jun 2017

Government to ensure safe food for AAC athletes

 With 10 days left for the Asian Athletic Championship 2017, the state government has made special arrangements for inspection of food and nutrients which will be supplied.

25 Jun 2017

Air India loses international connect with City flyers

International connectivity from Bhubaneswar, which was launched by Air India (AI) two years back for providing seamless travel for overseas flyers, seems to have attracted few takers.

19 Jun 2017

Consumers welcome, retailers skeptic
 

The daily revision of fuel prices, which was implemented across the country on Friday, evoked mixed reactions from the public and petrol pump retailers in the City. 

17 Jun 2017

Nirbhaya in Odisha: Widow pays with life for standing up to a man
 

The 45-year-old widow, who was allegedly gangraped and brutally murdered in Kankadahada block of Dhenkanal, paid the price for backing her niece, who was accused of adultery by her husband.

15 Jun 2017

Four detained for brutal rape and murder of widow in Odisha

The victim, was gang-raped and murdered by a group of miscreants at Balikuma village, on the intervening night of June 12 and 13.

14 Jun 2017

Odisha CM rolls out new patrol fleet for Twin City police

All the vehicles are fitted with GPS sets, cameras and vehicle-tracking devices besides the public address systems.

07 Jun 2017

Enraged class 12 students throng Odisha CBSE regional office in protest against boards results 

Students and parents staged an agitation in front of the CBSE office alleging that grace marks were not given in most subjects.

29 May 2017

Encroach hurdle for cycle-sharing project

In a bid to reduce traffic congestion and promote non-motorable transport, the Bhubaneswar Smart City Limited (BSCL) is set to roll out ‘public bicycle sharing’ project.

23 May 2017

Odisha capital city cops to sport body cameras soon

In the first phase, traffic police officials will be equipped with the cameras which will have a capacity of recording audio and video for a duration of around 10 hours.

21 May 2017

Rs 9 lakh looted from ATM in Odisha, two detained

The miscreants made away with currency notes of 2000 and 500 denominations by opening the cash box with a password which is known to only two persons working with the cash deposit agency.

16 May 2017

NGT seeks BMC reply on Daruthenga dumpyard

 The Eastern Zone bench of National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday directed the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) to elucidate its stand on Daruthenga dumping yard through an affidavit on May 30

16 May 2017

Air India’s loss, pvt fliers’ gain

It has been over five years since flagship carrier Air India (AI) has stopped operations on busy Kolkata-Bhubaneswar-Hyderabad route.

14 May 2017

Plotter of shelter break Bangladesh minor caught by Odisha police

The minor had reportedly escaped from Ruchika Open Shelter here at Samantrapur along with 11 others on May 2 midnight.

11 May 2017

Five petrol pumps fined for irregularities in Bhubaneswar

The Food and Consumer Welfare Department conducted surprise checks at 16 petrol pumps here and issued challans to five found with discrepancies.

10 May 2017

Without street lights, Odisha's Puri bypass road turns into death trap

Absence of street lighting and speeding by motorists have raised the number of accidents on Cuttack-Puri highway and turned the route into a death trap. 

07 May 2017

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