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In yet another barabaric sexual assult, six men allegedly gangraped a woman after tying up her husband on the premises of the district hospital in Mayurbhanj in Odisha. The 25-year-old tribal woman of Dantiamuha village had gone to the hospital on
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) Odisha president Sudam Marandi along with 29 others were released from jail today after spending 27 days in the custody. Additional district judge Asant Kumar Das granted bail to Marandi and remaining 29 activists who
Baripada DFO Bijay Kumar Panda today said Sushanta Mishra of Kharagpur and Padmalochan Mohanta of Badasahi near here were arrested for their involvement in the trading of the rare chameleon listed in scheduled-II of the Wild life Protection Act 1972.
Zoo Director S K Panda said the animal was suffering from posterial paralysis and was undergoing treatment for the last one year. The health committee and the technical committee of the zoo were looking after the lion. Despite the best efforts, the
The nation-wide bandh called by the NDA and Left parties to protest diesel price hike , FDI in multi-brand retail and cap on subsidised LPG affected normal life in Karnataka. Shops and offices chose to remain shut and only essential commodities like
Nearly seventy-odd 'Khadan' mafias as they are called rule the roost at Besharpani located hardly within one kilometre distance of the 'buffer zone' of the STR. The blasting operations made by these mafias for use of road construction materials also
March this year protested against the Odisha forest department's eco-tourism project 'Sriram Vatika' covering 118 hectares of Manchabandha Reserve Forest-I of Baripada forest division. It all started in January this year when the forest department
There will be no restrictions on the movement of day tourists in the tourism zone of the STR. Night halts will also be permitted for the tourists having prior reservations for staying at Gudgudia, and at Ramtirtha Marsh Crocodile conservation project
The villagers warned that the duo would be freed only after the poachers nabbed by the forest department are released. The forest officials during raid in three villages namely, Gopinathpur, Bagdega and Saroda detained four suspected poachers today.
STR sources here today said the adivasi hunters have established a shikar camp on the bank of a hill stream. Forest officials led by Kendumundi Ranger Pranab Patnaik rushed to the spot and seized a mouse deer killed by the poachers besides a huge