Titlagarh News

Life imprisonment for killing DGM of Paomex Steels Ltd

District and Session Judge of Sambalpur gave life imprisonment to Kumar Bag in the charge of killing of DGM of a private company Paomex Steel at Titilagarh. 15 peoples are acquitted for lack of evidence. According to the prosecution on March 3, 2011 the disgruntled labourers set fire to the vehicle of the Paomex Steels

Attack to RPF Inspector by Iron Rod in Titlagarh

RPF inspector Sushil Pathak was attacked by three masked miscreants with an iron rod and he was injured seriously on the head. This was happend in late Saturday night while he was returning from duty. Pathak was rescued and admitted to the Titilagarh sub-division hospital where he had to undergo at least 35 stitches on his

Another accident in midday meal; boy critical

No lessons have been learnt from the death of the Class III girl who succumbed to burn injures after falling into hot dal in her school in Sambalpur district on last Saturday. Within days of the tragic incident, a Class II boy sustained severe burn injuries after falling into boiling rice cooked for midday meal

Boat capsizes, 14 miraculously saved

 At least 14 people, including women and children, had a close shave when a country boat capsized midstream in Odisha’s Bolangir district today. The boat ferrying passengers from one side of the river to another near Kushkela in Titlagarh area when it lost balance and overturned, Sub-Divisional Police Officer (Titlagrh), Dilip Purohit said. Acting swiftly,

Railway services disrupted on Sambalpur-Titilagarh route

Train services were disrupted for more than four hours on Sambalpur-Titilagarh route on Friday following the derailment of a track maintenance machine (TRM) near Deogaon located in between Balangir and Titilagarh railway stations. Sources said clearance of the route was taken up on a war footing and services resumed at 3.30 pm. Several trains, including

Heatwave sweeps state, so does power crisis

The season’s first spell of heatwave has been ruthless aided and abetted by erratic power supply and an administration in slow-motion. The  mercury level soared with day temperature on Wednesday crossing the 40-degree Celsius mark in at least 15 districts. Titlagarh recorded 45. The State Government woke up late to the power crisis and convened