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No change in OPCC president; Prasad to continue till 2019

Bhubaneswar : Congress leader Prasad Harichandan will continue as the Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (OPCC) president till 2019 elections, informed OPCC Discipline Committee chairperson Sandhya Rani Mohapatra today. As the AICC president Rahul Gandhi did not approve his resignation, he will head the State unit of the grand old party, Mohapatra added. Prasad to remain […]

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IIIT-Bhubaneswar student drowns in sea in Paradip

Paradip: In a shocking incident, a student of IIIT-Bhubaneswar drowned while another was rescued in a critical condition after both were swept away by the strong sea current near Nehru Bangla in Paradip. The deceased has been identified as Himanshu Rathore of Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh. According to reports, over 40 students of IIIT in […]

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After MIL paper leak, Matric English paper goes viral

Cuttack : Three days after the leak of MIL question paper of the ongoing annual High School Certificate (HSC) exams on WhatsApp, videos and photos of English question paper also reportedly went viral on the social media on Monday. While the examination for the English subject started at 9 am, the videos and photos were […]

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Bijepur Odisha Election Results 2018 Live Updates : 28/02/2018

After the by polling for the Bijepur Assembly constituency, the Results Day has finally arrived. Nearly 2.21 lakh voters of the constituency will exercise their franchise. The Biju Janata Dal, Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party will lock horns for the crucial bypolls which being seen as the precursor to the 2019 general elections. Altogether […]

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Sridevi died due to “Accidental Drowning”, says Forensic Report

Mumbai: The mortal remains of veteran actress Sridevi, who passed away on Saturday, is still with the Dubai Police’s Forensic department on Monday morning, as per Khaleej Times report. According to Khaleej Times, the actress fainted in her hotel bathroom and was rushed to Rashid Hospital, where she was declared dead. The forensic report says that the veteran […]

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Odisha launches ‘Khushi’ to provide free sanitary napkins to girl students

Bhubaneswar : Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today announced his Government’s decision to launch a scheme under which sanitary napkins will be provided free of cost to girl students of government and government-aided schools in the state. According to the scheme named as Khushi, around 17 lakh girl students from Class VI to XII will be […]

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