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Excavation unravels buried platform of Sari Deula

The platform was buried below a narrow road that was laid through the site towards the now-demolished Sanskrit college and Bindusagar. 

27 Feb 2021

Artfelt tributes to Odisha

Painters Bijay Biswaal and Satyabhama Majhi make visual statements, celebrating Odia heritage and culture in public.

26 Feb 2021

Home with a purpose

At the age of 78, Gopinath Patra of Inchudia in Balasore found a new family and a home in Banaprastha Bhawan.

21 Feb 2021

Remains of ancient human settlement unearthed in Odisha

The excavation was done on the mound that stands five metre from the ground level and measures 220 metre in length and 130 metre in width.

15 Feb 2021

Odisha Ikat makes way to wedding couture

The wedding collection will currently be available in Boyanika’s Bhubaneswar outlets and subsequently be rolled out in all other outlets across the State.

08 Feb 2021

Yoni Pith of another temple found near Sari Deula

Remains of yet another ancient temple were found near the Sari Deula on Saturday during the ongoing scientific clearance works by the ASI.

07 Feb 2021

Threads of tradition

My creations are very simple and special and when someone wears it, I feel elated,” says the designer with a smile.

06 Feb 2021

NMA frames heritage bylaws for Srimandir

The NMA has also identified eight others structures that are considered as archaeological heritage remains in Puri.

06 Feb 2021

ASI unearths ancient temple floor near Suka-Sari complex in Bhubaneswar

In the last few months, several structures including a mutt on the land adjacent to Suka-Sari temple complex have been demolished.

28 Jan 2021

Following Vinoba Bhave, Padma awardee Shanti Devi becomes mother to destitute Odisha's destitute kids

Shanti founded Seva Samaj in undivided Koraput in 1964 and has been working for the tribals and destitute children ever since.

28 Jan 2021

Beat Covid blues rush sets room prices racing

The astronomical rates, notwithstanding, both the properties have 100 per cent (pc) occupancy on the day and the weekend thereafter.

24 Jan 2021

Odia girl Maithili Jena’s take on data-mining earns PM Modi praise

India is the second largest country in terms of internet usage but Indians do not give importance to data privacy.

13 Jan 2021

IIT Professor’s answer to jumbo deaths in train collision

An Odia professor’s innovation may turn out to be a solution to the country’s rising elephant deaths due to train collision.

03 Jan 2021

Odisha: Revolutionising aquaculture, one farmer at a time

Retired clerk Batakrushna Sahoo has been aiding rural development in Khurda empowering farmers with knowledge on fish breeding and seed production.

20 Dec 2020

Nayagarh makes a dent in child marriage, 41 villages dump practice

Nayagarh, once infamous for child marriages, has managed to end the scourge in 41 of its villages, thanks to sustained surveillance and awareness drives. 

11 Dec 2020