Monthly Archives: November 2014

Kalam urges students to set their goal

Noting that education aims to produce good human beings with skill and expertise, former president APJ Abdul Kalam on Saturday asked students to set their goal and work hard with perseverance to achieve it. “The purpose of education is to make good human beings with skill and expertise… Enlightened human beings can be created by

Odisha to set up open university at Sambalpur

In an apparent bid to pacify the ongoing agitation demanding establishment of an IIM in western Odisha, the state government on Saturday announced setting up an open university at Sambalpur. The announcement in this regard was made by Higher Education Minister Pradeep Panigrahi in the assembly on Saturday. “The proposed open university at Sambalpur will

Jaundice grips Sambalpur, water samples to be sent to Pune

With jaundice spreading in Sambalpur, Odisha’s health department will send water samples to National Institute of Virology in Pune for laboratory test. Chief District Medical Officer(CDMO), Jagatkrushna Samantray said Around 20 jaundice cases are being reported in the district headquarter hospital daily and 5 to 7 jaundice patients are taking admission in the hospital daily.

Seashore Chief’s Key Aide Got Neta-Babu Eat Out of His Hand

From general secretary of the students’ union of Sambalpur’s GM (Autonomous) College to a conduit between Seashore Group of Companies chief Prashant Dash and the political leaders as well as bureaucrats in the State Capital, Subhankar Nayak really came a “long way.” He initially dabbled in supply of sand and stone chips in Sambalpur after

Husband burns wife alive in sambalpur

Today morning neighbours found a woman is burning near Anandnagar, kuluthkani, sambalpur. Neighbours came after listening the noise made by the burning woman due to pain. Neighbours contacted her husband but he said, He is the one who burnt his wife and walk out from there. woman’s parent and her sister rushed to the place

“Dhanu Yatra” counted as National Festival

The Department of Culture of the Government of India has accorded national festival status to the famous Dhanu Yatra in Bargarh, Odisha. This was informed by the Bargarh MP Pravas Singh and collector Anjan Manik at a meeting here on Friday. They said the district administration and the organizing committee have already started preparatory measures

Centre, a helping hand in road projects

Of the 559 km Biju Expressway, launched by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik in August, the State Government will construct only 258 km, while the rest will be laid by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. Besides, most of the funds provided for construction of the Expressway have been drawn from the Central Government schemes