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Sambalpur Railway Division decides to resume train services

Sambalpur Railway Division decided to restore the round-way services of Rourkela-Koraput Express temporarily on tri-weekly basis from Sunday. Rourkela-Koraput Express will leave Rourkela every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday from Sunday while it will leave Koraput every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Similarly, the services of Visakhapatnam-Durg passenger will be restored temporarily on tri-weekly basis till March

Odisha CM demands more trains in current Railway Budget 2018

On Thursday,  Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said that the Center should immediately fulfill the just demands of the state for a daily Rajdhani to Delhi via Sambalpur and a new pair of trains to Allahabad and Mumbai. In his reaction on the Budget for the railway sector, CM said that his government is expecting that

Kalahandi Bandh: Protesting for chance given to outsider in Sikhya Sahayak posts

Normal life was disrupted during a 12-hour bandh in Kalahandi district called by various political parties and outfits in protest against certificate verification of candidates from other districts for appointments to Sikhya Sahayak posts Wednesday. Since 6 am, the agitators burnt tyres and laid large pipes on roads while staging blockades at various intersections such

Odisha HC disqualifying Sundargarh legislator Jogesh Singh

Odisha HC disqualifying Sundargarh legislator Jogesh Singh for submitting fake caste certificate in the nomination of 2014 Assembly Elections. “Now Congress party has lost the Opposition status in Odisha”, stated by Senior Congress leader Narasingha Mishra today “For the Opposition party tag, a political party needs one tenth of total seats of the House. As per the

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

Bijepur bypoll: BJD candidate Rita Sahu to file nomination paper on 5th February

Rita Sahu wife of late Congress sitting MLA Subal Sahu will file her nomination on 5h Februry as a BJD Candidate. As she is the appropriate candidate for the most awaited Bjijepur bypoll election in Bargarh District. The party declared this after BJD supremo and Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik chaired a high-level meeting at Naveen

Bargarh looks forward to World Cup for blind hero’s homecoming

On Monday, when Pankaj Bhues will reach Bhubaneswar, the son of a tractor driver will have done something that very few in Bargarh thought he could do – win a World Cup. Pankaj, who is entirely blind in his left eye and has only partial vision in his right, spearheaded the Indian blind cricket team

Poverty forced a mom to sell her newborn baby for Rs 12k

AN 11-day-old baby boy was sold by her mother for Rs.12,000 due to poverty at Banjari village on the outskirts of Jharsuguda town, police said on Thursday. The 20-year-old woman, identified as Sarita Ansari, had given birth to the baby at VIMSAR in Burla on January 13. However, unable to take care of the newborn

MP Nagendra Vents Anger On Scribes For Talking To Collector First

BJD MP from Sambalpur Nagendra Pradhan today berated TV journalists as they sought the byte of the Collector first during Veer Surendra Sai’s birth anniversary celebration here in the city today. “Tell me, who is more important? People’s representative or bureaucrat? Is Chief Secretary important or Chief Minister? Who are the TV journalists to decide

Bus accident in sambalpur

Four persons were killed and 32 others injured after a bus they were travelling in skidded off a bridge near Goudapalli village in Sambalpur district last night. As per sources, the ‘Maa Vaishnodevi’ bus was on its way to Rairangpur from Sambalpur when the driver reportedly lost control of the bus and it fell off