Monthly Archives: January 2015

Bahale Bunili Dhana, Sambalpuri Geet

Album : “Badal talu luki kari” Sung by : Mantu, Surya and Harmoni Lyrics : Nirmala Panda Music : Mantu

Solar light installation in Deer Park, Sambalpur

In a effort to ensure safety of birds and animals, the Wild Animals Conservation Centre, which is popularly known as Deer Park in Sambhalpur, will now have solar lights. Thirty four solar lights have been installed in the Wild Animal Conservation Centre in Sambalpur, which has attained the status of a small zoo. Installation of

Leprosy in India: The remarkable life of Dr Isaac Santra

In 2005, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared India leprosy-free. Yet, as per data provided by the National Leprosy Eradication Programme (NLEP) as many as 1.27 lakh new cases were detected in 2013-14 alone. Reports suggest that approximately a lakh new cases are added every year. On the occasion of World Leprosy Day (January 25,

Today is our 66th Republic Day. Warm Regards to All Indian

<iframe title="YouTube video player" class="youtube-player" type="text/html" width="640" height="385" src="// chine″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen> Today is our 66th Republic Day. Warm Regards to All Indian Happy Republic Day Vande Mataram

Activists Condemn the Odisha Journalist arrest

Civil Society Forum on Human Rights(CSFHR) and Report on Reporters (RoR) have condemned the the illegal arrest of  a rural journalist Susanta Kumar Padhan of Bargarh. He is a resident of  Amamunda of Padmapur in Bargarh District . Odisha Police have detained him on Saturday at about 9.50 AM. Susanta is working with a weekly

Din Gani Gani

Sambalpuri Folk Song ‘Din Gani Gani’ Sung by Jitendriya Haripal(1979) Lyrics : Ramesh Chandra Mahananda Music : Prabhu Dutta Pradhan

Haye krushna haye krushna boli jau mor jivana

Sambalpuri Folk Song….’Haye Krushna Haye Krushna…’ Sambalpuri Folk Song….’Hai Krushna Hai Krushna…’   Sung by Jitendriya Haripal(1979) Lyrics : Binod Kumar Pasayat Music : Prabhu Dutta Pradhan

Mahula Jhare re Barasila Pani

Sambalpuri Song: Mahula Jhare re Barasila Pani Sung by Jitendra Haripal in the event of Nuakhai Bhetghaat 2005 at MCL, Sambalpur

Death rises 24 in Sambalpur

A total of 24 persons have died due to jaundice and 2,808 afflicted by this water-borne disease in Sambalpur town and its adjoining places in recent days, said the government affidavits filed in Orissa High Court on Wednesday. In response to an earlier High Court notice, the State Public Health Department, Sambalpur district administration and

HC issues notice to govt on jaundice outbreak

The Odisha High Court Monday issued notice to the state government asking it to furnish details showing as to what steps have been taken in due course to check the jaundice menace in Sambalpur district. Taking up a PIL in this regard, a division bench headed by Chief Justice Amitava Roy issued the notice asking

Road mishap on NH-6 near Ghulipali, Bargarh

Two students of a private institute died and three others sustained injuries after their car fell off the bridge over a nullah at Ghulipali under Bargarh Town police limits on NH-6 on Friday. The deceased have been identified as Gyana Bikash Naik (19) of Bargarh town who died on the spot and Kalpeswar Das (20)

Four killed in road accident in Sambalpur

In a tragic incident, four persons were killed and one seriously injured when the car in which they were travelling collided with a roadside tree on National Highway-55 at Pradhanpali area under Charamala police station limits in Sambalpur district early this morning. The seriously injured person, identified as Rohan Bariha of Daleipada area of Sambalpur

Central Status for Sambalpur Varsity Sought

Even as the State Government announced that an Open University would come up in Sambalpur, not satisfied with the crumbs the people of Western Odisha have reiterated their demand for Central university status to Sambalpur University. The Open University was announced in a bid to pacify the agitators who have been demanding establishment of an

Minor molested by a professor, Sambalpur University

A 13-year-old girl was allegedly molested by a professor of Sambalpur University, as per the police statement. The head of the post-graduate Department of History of Sambalpur university had allegedly molested the girl when she was alone in her house on January 4, police officials said. The incident came to light after the victim’s father, who is