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Parala King Admitted To Apollo Hospital

Bhubaneswar: ONT Bureau :6/1/17: Parala king and successor of Gajapati dynasty, Maharaja Gopinath Gajapati Narayan Deo, who was admitted to Apollo hospital in Chennai on August 16, 2016 for treatment, on Friday returned Odisha.
The Parala king arrived at the Biju Patnaik International Airport here from Chennai this morning with his daughter Kalyani.
After reaching at the city airport, he was taken to Bhubaneswar Apollo Hospital where his treatment will continue.
Notably, Parala Maharaja was earlier scheduled to return Odisha on January 3, was taken back to the health institute from Chennai International Airport as his health condition worsened.

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