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Vacancy for Asst. Project Director in DRDA, Jharsuguda

District Rural Development Agency: Jharsuguda Applications are invited to fill up 01 (one) post of Asst. Project Director(Rural Housing) in DRDA, Jharsuguda on contractual basis with a consolidated remuneration of Rs 12,500/- per month. Qualification:- Master Degree in Sociology, Social Work / MBA in Rural Management or 2 years PG Diploma in Rural Management /

Narasingh Accuses Minister of Role in Abduction Case

The Opposition Congress on Monday brought abduction charges against Minister of State for Handlooms, Textiles and Handicrafts Snehangini Chhuria in the Assembly. Raising the issue through a special mention during zero hour, Leader of Opposition Narasingh Mishra alleged that Chhuria had abducted an elderly person of the rival political party from Hatgaon village under Bheden

Oils Mafias in Sambalpur

The black marketing of oils in Sambalpur city is known to every one in the city. City police today arrested four persons in connection with the theft of a diesel tanker and selling the fuel worth Rs 11 lakh. The accused were identified as Kishore Modi, 55, his son, Abinash, 28, Satyanarayana Beriha, 35, and

Sambalpur’s 2nd KV to Come up at Burla

The second Kendriya Vidyalaya in Sambalpur city will be set up at Burla instead of the earlier site near railway station. Sambalpur Collector Balwant Singh said the Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) has approved a second school in Sambalpur City and if things go smoothly, admission would start from next academic session. Informing that 10 acres

Cabinet Approval for Open University at Sambalpur

The first Open University of the State will be set up at Sambalpur. This was decided at the meeting of the State Cabinet presided by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik here on Saturday. The Cabinet accorded post facto approval for change of headquarters of the Open University from Bhubaneswar to Sambalpur, Chief Secretary GC Pati told

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

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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

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