[embedded content] Puri: The Sri Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA) raised the monthly remuneration of its temporary empolyees during the year's first meeting here today. The temple's Class-III staff will get an increased payment of Rs ... Odisha Television, 1 week ago
Subarnapur: 22 migrant labourers rescued from Hanumangada of Telengana - Odisha Television, 1 week ago
Temporary employees of Sri Jagannath Temple Administration withdraw dharna - Odisha Television, 1 month ago
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Puri Gajapati Maharaj Dibyasingh Deb today skipped the meeting of the Sri Jagannath Temple managing committee, fuelling speculations about his possible differences with the temple administration. |Bhubaneswar, Jan. 17: Cuttack-based cardiologist ...24Dunia, 1 week ago Puri temple managing committee meeting held Odisha Television, 1 month ago Visit to Puri Temple New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Bhubaneswar: Director general of civil aviation (DGCA) decision to not to allow private unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to fly over civil airspace has been welcomed by the Puri Sri Jagannath Temple administration here. Earlier the aviation ...Odisha Samaya, 2 months ago
BHUBANESWAR: Everyone knows a thing or two about the elaborate 56 Bhoga offered to Lord Jagannath. How many have actually seen them all together? The prasad comprising 56 delicacies offered to Lord Jagannath Though devotees have had the ...New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
Naxal Cntrl Committee member Jampanna managed to escape during exchange of fire btwn police and Maoists: IG (South western range) #Odisha About an hour ago Police, Naxals exchange fire in Telan forest of Kalahandi dist. 4 Maoist camps destroyed ...Odisha Television, 1 month ago Naxal Central Committee member Jampanna managed to escape during exchange of fire between police and Maoists: IG (South western range) Odisha Television, 1 month ago Police, Naxals exchange fire in Telan forest of Kalahandi district. 4 Maoist camps destroyed Odisha Television, 1 month ago
Bhubaneswar, Nov. 30: President Pranab Mukherjee today expressed concern over the falling standards of education and urged teachers and policy makers to reverse the trend that was reflected in the fact that about 2,00,000 students leave India every ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
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