Thursday, October 02, 2014
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Doctor killed brutally
What, amidst explosive headlines these days including the Advocate General of the State a couple of days before landing up in the lock up for allegedly misutilising his official position to help a chit fund scamster, gets lost is the gruesome murder of Durbadal Mishra, a dedicated doctor in a rather sleepy town of Subarnapur.
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Interest of employees always dear to Central govt: Pradhan
“The interest of employees has always been dear to the Union government”, said Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of State (independent charge) for petroleum and natural gas at the Employees Pension Scheme Pension Samaroh, held at KIIT Auditorium here today.
High Court breather to BJD legislator in Chit Fund scam
The beleaguered senior BJD leader and Banki legislator Pravat Tripathy got a breather from Orissa High Court today when the court asked the CBI to refrain from arresting the MLA till October 13, the day on which his anticipatory bail application would come up for further hearing.
I am an Odia ‘bohu’: Pratyusha
The tone was set for the by-poll to Kandhamal Lok Sabha seat with ruling BJD’s candidate Pratyusha Rajeswari Singh today launching her election campaign from Daspalla assembly segment under Kandhamal Lok Sabha segment and attempted to counter the "foreigner" slur made by the opposition parties.
Industry deptt identifies eight locations for developing land bank in State
Following a recent decision of the State government to develop a land bank of 50,000 acres in Odisha, the Industry department has identified as many as eight locations for the project.
Union government to set up six centres of STPI in State: Dash
The Union government will set up as many as six centres of Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) in the State. This was informed by State IT Minister Pranab Prakash Dash.
Jual Oram launches Rs 1000 monthly pension scheme
In a step which is expected to benefit as many as 18,000 persons covered under Rourkela Regional office of EPFO, Union Minister for Tribal Affairs Jual Oram launched the Rs 1,000 minimum monthly pension scheme here today. A small work would cause a big effect, said Oram while launching the scheme which has also been launched nationwide and will provide benefits to many poor workers.
11 held for killing man after branding him 'witch'
Eleven persons were arrested in a tribal village on charge of killing a 37-year-old man on the suspicion of practicising witchcraft in Ganjam district. Dharma Mallick of Pudurungi village under Tarsingi police station area, was hacked to death, allegedly by the villagers, on September 24, under suspicion of practising black magic in the wake of a death of a child recently.
Maoists kill tribal youth in Malkangiri
Maoists killed a young tribal man in Malkangiri district suspecting him to be a police informer, police said today.
Common man has right to be treated with dignity, courtesy: CM
“The common man has a right to be treated with dignity and courtesy by the police”, said Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, in his address at the passing out parade ceremony of the seventh batch of Cadet Sub-Inspectors, third batch of Cadet Sergeants and fourth batch of Cadet Subedars at the Biju Patnaik State Police Academy here today.
Naveen launches e-Pothi system for researchers
In its bid to make available rare manuscripts including those written on palm leaves to researchers and students, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today launched e-Pothi, an online manuscript cataloguing system here.

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