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    Physical classes for 1st-year UG, PG students in Odisha to commence soon

    Bhubaneswar: Offline teaching of first-year undergraduate and postgraduate students in different universities and colleges of Odisha, for this academic year, will begin from November 1 and 15 respectively, a Higher Education department official informed Wednesday.Read all the latest updates on COVID-19 here.

    • 16 hrs ago
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    Petrol, diesel prices hit all-time high in Odisha; resentment among consumers

    Bhubaneswar: Prices of petrol and diesel hit all-time high after fresh hike Wednesday. The rate of petrol was recorded at Rs 114.48 per litre in Malkangiri and is said to be the highest in the state. On the other hand, the price of diesel is Rs 110.86 per litre in the district. Moreover, other major cities of Odisha have also registered petrol price above Rs 100 per...

    • 18 hrs ago
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    Odisha registers 549 new Covid-19 cases; 70 below 18 years

    Bhubaneswar: In the last 24 hours, Odisha has recorded 549 new Covid-19 cases, of which 70 are in the age group of newborn to 18 years, taking total tally in the state to 10,39,818. Active caseload in the state now stands at 4,673. Odisha also reported two (02) new fatalities in the last 24 hours taking total tally in the state to 8,318 as per a tweet of Health and Family Welfare...

    • 24 hrs ago
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    Sack Mishra blitz intensifies

    Bhubaneswar: Protests demanding removal of Minister of State, Home, Dibya Shankar Mishra for his alleged involvement in the murder of teacher Mamita Meher are expanding to every nook and corner of the state and outside. Keeping up pressure on the state government over the issue, opposition BJP and Congress have intensified their agitations.

    • yesterday
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    Fishing ban around olive ridley nesting sites from November

    Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government will ban fishing for seven months from November around the sites where the endangered olive ridley turtles congregate for mass nesting.

    • yesterday
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    Odisha to set up 34 child-friendly police stations

    Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government Tuesday decided to set up 34 child-friendly police stations across the state in a bid to reduce mental pressure on children who need to visit police stations for some reason, an official statement said.

    • yesterday
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    Naveen releases Rs 1.5 crore for 'Mo College' campaign

    Bhubaneswar: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Tuesday released the first tranche of matching grant of Rs. 1.5 crore to 12 colleges and two unsiversities for the development of institutions under the 'Mo College' campaign. The chief minister said that as per the mandate of 'Mo College' (My College) campaign, this is double the amount made by various contributors to these institutes.

    • yesterday
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    Odia fiction writer Paramita Satpathy conferred with Sarala Puraskar

    Bhubaneswar: Noted Odia fiction writer Paramita Satpathy was Tuesday conferred with prestigious 'Sarala Puraskar' for her novel 'Abhipreta Kala'.Read all the latest updates on COVID-19 here.

    • 2 days ago
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    Covid-19 impact: No Baliyatra in Cuttack this year too

    Cuttack: Like previous year, Cuttack Baliyatra lovers will miss the fair this year as well. The world-famous festival will not be organised this year owing to the prevailing pandemic, district Collector Bhabani Shankar Chayani said Tuesday.

    • 2 days ago
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    Govt mulls incentives for big ticket investments in textiles

    Bhubaneswar: The state government is in discussions over a special incentive package for mega investments in the textiles and apparel sector, said Industries Minister Dibya Shankar Mishra Monday.

    • 2 days ago

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