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Police & Public Conflict over+ New Motor Vehicles Act In Bhubaneswar


Bhubaneswar:7/9/19: Simmering resentment over hefty fines sparked tension in Bhubaneswar with people detaining several government vehicles at Rajmahal Square which were allegedly being let-off without proper inspection as per the new Motor Vehicles Act. As public took law into its hand, police resorted to lathi-charge to control the situation. Alleging that the law enforcing authorities were not checking any documents ...

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Jaga-Balia Returns Odisha


Cuttack:7/98/19: After two years of rigorous treatment at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, separated conjoined twins Jaga and Balia returned Odisha today. The separated conjoined twins along with their parents reached Cuttack railway station this afternoon. The duo will be admitted to SCB Medical College and Hospital in Cuttack where their treatment would be carried out ...

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Amicus Curiae Ranjit Kumar gives clean chit to govt over Puri eviction


Puri:7/9/19: Solicitor General of India Tushar Mehta and Amicus Curiae Ranjit Kumar found that the eviction drive being carried out around Puri Srimandir is in public interest and in prior consultation with all those whose structures have been demolished. The duo first met Puri Gajapati Dibyasingha Deb and later held a closed-door meeting with Shree Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA) chief Krishan ...

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Pratibha Ray”s novel “Prapteshu Pruthibi” book launch ceremony will be held on 8th September


Bhubaneswar:t6/9/19:The Pratibha Ray Foundation Trust , based in Bhubaneswar is dedicated to showcase the rich literary heritage of Odisha ,with an objective to build a network of Odia literature all over the country. Among its various attempts to preserve and promote creative literary contributions, it has always focused on its endeavour to build a bridge between literature and languages of ...

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Odisha government has agreed to allot 10 acres of land for the Paika Rebellion Memorial


Bhubaneswar:6/9/19: The Odisha government has agreed to allot 10 acres of land for the Paika Rebellion Memorial at Barunei foothills in Khurda district. This was informed by Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan in a Twitter post today. Minister Pradhan today thanked Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik for giving his assent to allot the land for the memorial of first armed rebellion against the ...

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Offline PUC certificate to be issued till Sept 30 in Odisha


Bhubaneswar:68/98/19: In a respite for those struggling to obtain Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificate in Odisha after imposition of the Motor Vehicles Amendment Act, 2019, the Transport Commissioner has allowed issuance of the certificates through offline mode till September 30. Online issuance of PUC certificates will be implemented from October 1, official sources said. In a letter to all RTOs ...

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Aryabhatta Trust in association organised ‘Kalinga Bali Sangam’


Bhubaneswar:6/9/19: The Aryabhatta Trust in association with Kalinga International Youth Foundation organised ‘Kalinga Bali Sangam’ – a cultural exchange program on the occasion of official visit of Former Governor of Indonesia Mr. I Made Mangku Pastika along with his ten delegations to Odisha. Honourable Governor of Odisha, Dr. Prof. Ganeshi Lal graced the occasion as Chief Guest in the presence of ...

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Reliance Jio Fiber has been officially rolled out across 1,600 cities in India


Mumbai:5/9/19:After much anticipation and a year of beta testing, Reliance JioFiber has been officially rolled out across 1,600 cities in India.  The fiber-to-the-home service by Reliance Jio is offering internet speeds starting from 100Mbps, going all the way up to 1Gbps, along with a host of other services. The monthly plans for Reliance JioFiber begin from Rs 699 and go ...

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India announced a line of credit worth one Billion US dollars for the development of the Far East region of Russia.

Vladivostok: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses at the plenary session of 5th Eastern Economic Forum (EEF), at Vladivostok, in Russia, Thursday, Sept 5, 2019. (PIB/PTI Photo) (PTI9_5_2019_000098B)

Russia:5/9/19:India today announced a line of credit worth one Billion US dollars for the development of the Far East region of Russia. Addressing the Plenary Session of 5th Eastern Economic Forum, EEF, in Vladivostok this evening, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said this announcement will prove to be a take-off point for India’s ‘Act Far East’ policy. The Prime Minister said ...

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President Kovind felicitates winners of National Teachers’ Award


Newdelhi:5/9/19:President Ram Nath Kovind today gave away the National Teachers’ Award to 46 teachers in New Delhi. The award is given to meritorious teachers on Teachers Day to celebrate the unique contribution of teachers and to honour those teachers who have improved the quality of school education and enriched the lives of students. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Kovind said, ...

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