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Drunken man kills wife

A 38-year-old man allegedly stabbed his wife to death in an inebriated mood at Dashi village under Junagarh police limits on Wednesday. The accused, Ram Nag (38) had a verbal duel with 32-year- old victim Harabati Nag. In a sudden fit of rage, Ram ... New Delhi Pioneer, 3 weeks ago

2 Sambalpur trains to be cancelled on May 14, 18

Bhubaneswar: Two trains, Sambalpur-Koraput-Sambalpur passenger and Sambalpur-Junagarh Road-Sambalpur passenger would be cancelled on May 14 and May 18, respectively, for subway works to be undertaken on their routes. The East Coast Railway said ...
 Pragativadi1 week ago

8th Plenary Session of Indian Journalists Union to be held in Odisha Capital on 23rd May

Report by Odisha Diary bureau, Bhubaneswar: 8th Plenary Session of Indian Journalists Union (IJU) has scheduled to be held on 23rd and 24th May 2015. More than three hundred journalist across the country are participating the occasion. The ...
 Orissadiary.com4 hours ago

PTI - COP(BES49) - Stabbed cop succumbs to injuries in Gujarat

COP(BES49) - Stabbed cop succumbs to injuries in Gujarat Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Ahmedabad, May 21 (PTI) A 46-year-old Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) of Gujarat police, who was stabbed allegedly by a father-son duo two months back, today ...
 Namibia Press Agency23 hours ago Stabbed by bootleggers, cop succumbs to injuries in Gujarat  DeshGujarat22 hours ago

Conservation of Gir lions a success; but conservationists fear risks of single-location reserves

Kalyanji Bhai Jamuna Das Bhai Godhasara was plucking raw mangoes on his farmland in Dhava, a village in Gir Somnath district, on May 1 when a lioness attacked him. Godhasara was lucky as the lioness retreated after simply injuring him. To the ...
 Economic Times5 days ago

The lion is India's

After the impressive findings of the latest tiger census, which indicated a robust 30 per cent rise in their population in the past five years, the lion headcount this year has shown an almost equally impressive 27 per cent surge in the number of ...
 Business Standard India5 days ago


16-05-2015 Report; Dushmant Panda, Orissabarta KALAHANDI:A contractor camp was set fire  by fire at late night of last Saturday dated  09/05/2015 in Junagarh police station area of Kalahandi district. The camp was set up to stored the materials and to be ...
 Orissabarta6 days ago

Taking pride in numbers

Increase in Gir lions strength must be sustained The increase in the lion population at the Gir National Park in Gujarat is as much a matter of national pride as it is welcome news for the planet. The Gir forest is the last remaining abode of the ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

Integrated Action Plan Projects Counter Maoist Call

BHAWANIPATNA: With Left Wing Extremists (LWEs) continuing their inroads into Kalahandi district taking advantage of its poor economy and lack of development, the Centre has given thrust to the Integrated Action Plan (IAP) to gain confidence of the ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Splitting of ECoR: Rly Board seeks Odisha MP's views

Tuesday, 05 May 2015 | PNS | BHUBANESWAR | in Bhubaneswar There is a move for a bifurcation of the East Coast Railway (ECoR) with the Centre initiating efforts for formation of a new Waltair Division by withdrawing the Waltair (Visakhapatnam) ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago
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