This year, Kalinga Lancers gifted its fans their maiden HIL title by defeating Western derby Dabang Mumbai 4-1 in a match which was replete with attacks and counter-attacks. By becoming ultimate champions of one of the most prestigious Hockey League in the world, Kalinga Lancers’
Get set for an incredible weekend full of sun, sand, sea waves and good music.
Bhubaneswar has rightly earned the nom-de-plume of ‘Temple City. Once home to about 700 temples, it replicates the cultural richness and religious fervour of the state like no other. Home to a numerous Shiva temples, the city becomes abuzz with thousands of devotees on the
Kanji, that resembles the North Indian kadhi, is a unique and authentic Odia recipe that can double up as both as a coolant and a soup.
As popular as Odia cuisine is for its easy-to-prepare yet delicious recipes, it can be a delight for the calorie
Even as India scripted a victory over New Zealand, MCL catches up with players from both the teams to find out more about their journey and love for cricket
The atmosphere was electric when India CAB took on New Zealand Blindcaps at KIIT University ground recently.
After a record breaking marathon speech on ‘Science and Technology, Society & Human Development’, Brahmanand enters the Guinness again this time for identifying all elements of the periodic table in the fastest possible time.
It took him less than four minutes, three minutes and 54.06 seconds
Delhi-based Knowledge Society has recently come up with its first English medium CBSE-affiliated residential school, Gyanarth Public School, at Daspalla which is completely based on learning through concepts
Education cannot be confined to the four walls of classrooms. But when education meets a system that can
The Maratha Barracks are among the oldest surviving buildings of the ancient city of Cuttack. Few of the residents of this millennium city know the relevance it has in the history of Odisha. Today, they house the 6th Battalion of the Odisha State Armed Police,
We Odiyas take immense pride in our very own mother tongue, Odia which today completes three whole years since it was declared as a classical language on 2oth February 2014. It is only the sixth Indian language to get such prestigious tag after Sanskrit, Telugu, Tamil,
In popular history, it is said that Barrister Madhusudan Das was the first Odia who sailed to England. In April 1897, he sailed from Kolkata to raise his demands for the interests of Orissa before the British government. However there are many references of Odia