Sunday, February 07, 2016
EDITORIAL
Poster brawl
The BJP-BJD confrontation over pictures of Union Petroleum minister Dharmendra Pradhan in IOCL propaganda vehicles is nothing but a tragicomedy. Whether it is a tragic play with comic elements to lighten the people’s mood or a serious play with a happy ending only the two players can delineate.
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ODISHA NEWS
HIL: Kalinga Lancers beat Delhi Waveriders 4-0
Kalinga Lancers rode on Glenn Turner's twin field strike to cruise to a comfortable 4-0 win over Delhi Waveriders and register their fourth victory in the fourth Hockey India League.
State offers 80 acres for NINEI; Urges for release of funds to start construction
The Odisha government today offered 80 acres of land near Indian Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar, for setting up the proposed National Institute of New Energy and Innovation here.
Appointments of SICs under HC scanner
The Orissa High Court issued notices to the State government today on a writ challenging the appointment of two information commissioners in the Odisha Information Commission.
BJD-BJP workers come face to face in Paradip ahead of PM visit
Acrimony between the ruling BJD and BJP which was limited to war of words till the other day turned ugly today with groups of workers of both parties coming face to face here today over putting up of posters and banners ahead of the visit of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday.
Health Secy visits VIMSAR, holds talks with JDA
State Health Secretary Arti Ahuja today visited Veer Suredra Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (VIMSAR) in Burla to hold talks with the Junior Doctors Association, which has threatened cease work from February 10 if its demands were not met by February 9.
Teachers injured during police lathicharge
Over a dozen agitating block grant school teachers were injured as police resorted to lathicharge to prevent them from proceeding to gherao the Chief Minister's residence here today to press for their 9-point charter of demands including full grant-in-aid.
Champua, Baliguda NAC chairperson election process begins
Election process for the post of chairpersons in the newly-formed Champua and Baliguda Notified Area Councils (NAC) began today.
Tour operators welcome Govt move to ease curbs on foreign tourists’ visit to tribal zones
Tour operators have welcomed the recent move of the State government to relax restrictions on movement of foreign tourists in the tribal dominated areas of the State.
Seashore director Prabhat Das’ bail plea turned down by SC
The Supreme Court today rejected the bail petition of Seashore CMD Prashant Das’ brother Prabhat Das – a director in the chit fund company -- while directing the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to complete the probe related to Prabhat by the end of May.
Nalco Hospital, MHUs at Angul to be upgraded
In a bid to alleviate the patients’ hardship and improve medical facilities for both OPD and indoor patients, aluminium major Nalco has decided to renovate and upgrade its 60-bedded secondary level care hospital at Angul with required hi-tech machines and recruitment of specialists in various branches, company’s CMD Tapan Kumar Chand said today.

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