Monthly Archives: April 2014

Lone leopard dies in Sambalpur Deer Park

Likan, a 15-year-old male leopard, died inside the Deer Park mini zoo  in Sambalpur in Odisha  on  Saturday morning. The lone big cat of the zoo had been rescued from the Redhakhol forest on February 4, 1999, when it was only two-month old. Since then, it was a captive animal inside the zoo. According to

Poor sanitation in Sambalpur hospital riles locals

Poor sanitation of the district headquarters hospital here has become a cause of concern for patients and locals as they feel it could lead to spread of infection. “We are extremely worried because the stench affects us. The hospital authorities need to do something about it,” said Apurba Naik, 50, who is admitted to the

Story behind the CHSE +2 results 2014 still unpublish

  Courtesy:Sambad e-Paper

Goods train derails, rail traffic hit

Derailment of the loco and 14 wagons of a goods train in Andhra Pradesh led to disruption of services on a section of the South Central Railway (SCR). The train loaded with rice coming from Mahasamund (Sambalpur Division of East Coast Railway) and heading towards Tirunelveli derailed near Manubolu between Nellore and Gudur stations in

WAR for PHED water supply in sambalpur

Police today arrested four persons in connection with the violent clash on Tuesday at the PHED office located in Modipada water tank premises over the scarce water supply to Durgapalli-Kanijuri locality in this western Odisha district headquarters town. The IIC of the Town Police Station Pradip Sahoo said two persons from each side have been

Distress Sale Still Rampant in Kalahandi

Despite emerging as one of major paddy producing districts of the State over the years, poor marketing infrastructure remains a major problem in Kalahandi district. Belying the claims of the Government, distress sale is still rampant with many farmers opting to sell their surplus paddy to private players. The kharif paddy procurement report of Bhawanipatna

A beautiful Ruined Town – Brajrajnagar

This story is written by Nishima Avasthi after she visited to this beautiful city some years ago Recently, to get a break from boring routine & moron monotonous life of metro, visited a small place named Brajrajnagar, District Jharsuguda, Odisha. On hearing name, it seemed to me of some kind of village and didn’t get

editor of ‘Aaj ki Jandharaa’ killed in road accident

A well known journalist and editor of daily Hindi newspaper ‘Aaj ki Jandharaa’ Devendra kar and his family members were killed and five others injured when their vehicle skidded off the road and hit a road site tree at Badrama ghati jujumura sambalpur in morning. Kar was returning to Raipur with his family after a

Four-laning of NH-6 Completed, Service Roads Still Incomplete

Piecemeal development of the four-laning work of National Highway 6 at Sambalpur-Bargarh-Luharachatti stretch along Odisha-Chhattisgarh border has turned the road into a death trap. Though service roads have been provided alongside the highway, the delay in completion of the construction work and illegal parking of vehicles on the lanes has put lives of many at

Traditional Water Bodies Dry up in Modern Growth Impact

A dry summer stares at Sambalpur with traditional water harvesting structures going dry. While these structures have in the past been a boon to Sambalpur, things have worsened in the absence of maintenance. Known as Kata, Muda and Bandh in local parlance, these water tanks were maintained by members of Kulta community who are traditionally