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    Successful surgery for separation of twins Jaga-Balia finds place in Limca Book of Records: the main architect Dr Ashok Mahapatra gives credit to the team of doctors.

    Bhubaneswar, 12/11: The successful surgery conducted in July 2017 at All India Institute of Medical Sciences AIIMS) in New Delhi to separate conjoined twins from Kandhamal Jaga-Balia has found place in Limca book of Records . This has been intimated by the officials of Limca Book...

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    ROBUST IMPLEMENTATION OF LEGISLATION TO SAFEGUARD THE ELDERLY STRESSED

    Neglect by children and the feeling of unworthiness in old age pushed senior citizens into a sense of helplessness which called for robust implementation of legislation to safeguard their interests, speakers said at a national consultative conclave here on Friday. The Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act was adopted in 2007 to ensure maintenance and care...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    RECRUITERS IMPRESSED WITH SOA ENGINEERING STUDENTS

    Recruiters from reputed organizations including Microsoft, Reliance Industries, Amazon, Deloitte, Robert Bosch, Informatica, Capgemini, MAQ Software and Mu-Sigma have completed their hiring process in Day-Zero slots from the 2020 graduating batch of the Institute of Technical Education and Research (ITER), faculty of engineering of SOA Deemed to be University here. "By the end of August,...

    • 4 weeks ago
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    SOA CHIEF LIBRARIAN HONOURED WITH LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD BY PROQUEST

    Bhubaneswar, Sept. 26: Dr.D.B.Ramesh, Chief Librarian of the SOA Deemed to be University, has been honoured with the 'Lifetime Achievement Award' for his contributions to Library and Information Science and Industry by ProQuest, a Michigan-based global information-content and technology company at New Delhi on Saturday. Dr. Ramesh, who worked with CSIR Institute...

    • 4 weeks ago
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    Odia police officer in charge of security of China president in Tamilnadu

    Chennai, 11/10: JK Tripathy, a veteran Odia IPS officer who heads the police administration in Tamil Nadu, has shouldered the responsibility of overseeing the security of Chinese president Xi Jinping. Jinping is scheduled to attend the Indo-China bilateral summit scheduled to be held at Mamllapuram beach resort near Chennai.Chinese president Jinping and Indian prime...

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    SOA STUDENT PICKED IN ODISHA UNDER-19 CRICKET SQUAD

    Subhransu Harichandan, a student of the SOA Deemed to be University, has been chosen as a member of the Odisha Under-19 cricket team for the current season. Harichandan, who is a student of the Institute of Business and Computer Studies (IBCS), SOA's faculty of management studies, has been picked for the state squad for the first two one-day matches to be played against Kerala and Bihar at...

    • 4 weeks ago
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    SOA MANAGEMENT SCIENCES STUDENTS RECEIVE THEIR DEGREES

    Students of 2018 batch passing out of the Institute of Business and Computer Studies (IBCS), faculty of management sciences of the SOA Deemed to be University here, received their degrees at a Graduation Ceremony held in the university campus on Tuesday. Around 150 students, who completed their courses in Master in Business Administration (MBA), MBA in Hospital Administration (MHA) and...

    • 4 weeks ago
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    Road map prepared to make Bhubaneswar and Puri beggar-free

    Bhubaneswar, 10 /10: Capital city of Bhubaneswar and pilgrim city of Puri will be beggar-free. An instruction to this effect has been issued to the district and police administrators of Khurda and Puri. Apart from making the two cities beggar-free, the government has planned to provide financial assistance to the beggars and rehabilitate them under "Sahay Yojana". Be it the...

    • 4 weeks ago
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    Law is blind; mother is unable to get back her stolen baby due to " lack of evidence"!

    Balasore, 11/10: It is told that law is blind. This was evident in Godhibasa slum of Balasore town. A woman is unable to get back her three month-old baby boy due to "lack of evidence". The baby was recovered by the police four days after his theft. But alas!, the Child Welfare Committee is unable to hand the baby over to his mother as she lacks...

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    EXPERTS CONDUCT 'PG MASTER CLASS' FOR GYNAECOLOGY STUDENTS

    Renowned gynaecologists trained around 75 post-graduate students specializing in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in different medical colleges of Odisha on the new modalities of examination pattern in an ever changing field of medical education at a two-day workshop held at the Institute of Medical Sciences and SUM Hospital, faculty of medicine of SOA Deemed to be University here on September...

    • 4 weeks ago

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