Wednesday, September 28, 2016
EDITORIAL
Sakhigopal occurrence
The recent incidence of one student dying and several others getting injured when a compound wall near a private school collapsed in a village in Satyabadi block in Puri district brings to the fore the awful lack of infrastructure in the State.
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LEISURE
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INTERVIEW
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ODISHA NEWS
Naveenji is not our enemy, but political rival: Venkaiah Naidu
Senior BJP leader and Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu today said Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik is not BJP's enemy even as the ruling BJD supporters led by a sitting MLA allegedly attacked the cavalcade of Union Minister Santosh Gangwar during a visit to Odisha in June.
Media need to be progressive: Venkaiah
Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu today said that the media, especially the electronic media, has become aggressive to get high television rating points (TRPs).
Chhattisgarh minister’s remarks on Mahanadi issue irks State leaders
BJP and ruling BJD leaders today joined to slam Chhattisgarh Water Resources minister Brijmohan Agrawal who alleged that Odisha has diverted rivers Indravati, Tel and Jonk.
Guv advises doctors for quality medical service
Governor Dr. Jamir today urged the doctors to ensure proper coordination through advocacy, strengthening of health delivery system, conducting of adequate research for better practices and enhancement of the quality of services to avert morbidity and mortality.
BJP plans statewide protest over “Teacher on call” scheme
State unit of BJP today announced launching a statewide stir from September 12 over the “Teacher-on-call” scheme announced by State government recently.
Bridge caves in, traffic hit on NH-49 in Deogarh
A bridge caved in near Baniakilinda in Odisha's Deogarh district disrupting vehicular movement on National Highway number 49 connecting Mumbai to Kolkata today.
Security forces stage flag march in Soro
The Odisha police and paramilitary forces today conducted a flag march in some areas of Soro municipality in Balasore district where Section 144 CrPC was imposed following tension over immersion of Ganesh idol.
Maoist couple carrying reward of Rs 2 lakh surrenders
A Maoist couple, carrying a reward of Rs two lakh on their heads, today surrendered before the police in Sundargarh district, saying they were "disillusioned" with Naxal activities.
Dhamra Port initiates green efforts for environment protection
The Dhamra Port Company Ltd. (DPCL), which has always worked towards creating and preserving green environment in and around the Port and the dedicated rail corridor, initiated a fresh drive to enhance greenery in the periphery villages.
Rich tributes paid to freedom fighter Bagha Jatin
Rich tributes were today paid to legendary freedom fighter and revolutionary philosopher Jatindranath Mukherjee known as 'Bagha Jatin' who was shot dead by British Police on this day in 1915 at Chasakhand here.

NATIONAL
* Army foils infiltration bid, 3 militants killed


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INTERNATIONAL
* US, Japan scramble for 'strongest' sanctions against North Korea


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BUSINESS
* States get more freedom to spend funds under CSS


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ENTERTAINMENT
* Nalco Guru Kelucharan Award to artistes


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