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Odisha to observe 3-day state mourning for Naba Das, last rites in Jharsuguda today

Odisha to observe 3-day state mourning for Naba Das, last rites in Jharsuguda today

Three-day state mourning will be observed from January 29 to January 31 in honour of Das and there will be no official entertainment during this period throughout the state.

Naba Das shot by a police at Gandhi Chowk Brajarajnagar

Naba Das shot by a police at Gandhi Chowk Brajarajnagar

Naba Das shot by a police at Gandhi Chowk Brajarajnagar while he was receiving by his supporters.

Four Odias are conferred for Padma Shree

Four Odias are conferred for Padma Shree

On this occasion of Republic Day, The President Smt Droupadi Murmu conferred 106 Padma Award. Among them, Four Odias are conferred for Padma Shri Award in the field of Art, Agriculture and

Heritage of the Mahanadi Valley in Odisha Book published

Heritage of the Mahanadi Valley in Odisha Book published

Yesterday at Cuttack, a book was released by the Odisha chapter of Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage ( INTACH ). The book is compiled by Amiya Bhusan Tripathy and

BJD cast about New Candidates in Western Odisha

BJD cast about New Candidates in Western Odisha

With the buzz of an early election doing the rounds, BJD has started looking for new candidates in several Lok Sabha seats from western Odisha where its candidates were defeated in 2019

 

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State to set up six more anti-human trafficking units

Centre has asked the State government to convert primary schools having low enrolments in urban and semi urban areas into integrated hub of services for children especially vulnerable ones. In a recent communication addressed to Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, Krishna Tirath, Union Minister of State for Women and Child Development, expressed concerns over inadequacy of

Uncertainty over installation of radar at Paradip

Uncertainty continued to prevail over installation of Doppler radar at Paradip after Chinese-made system was reportedly rejected for security concerns. “We have not received any communique from our headquarters about installation of radar at Paradip. No official instruction about replacement to Chinese-made radar, which is now with us, has reached,” said Sarat Ch. Sahu, Director

Lawyers boycott courts

Irrespective of the claims and counterclaims about the success of the State bandh on Monday, an unprecedented trend was observed on the day when the lawyers community across the State came out to support the Congress- sponsored bandh spontaneously. Judicial activities throughout the State came to a grinding halt as lawyers of all bars, including

Prison department “unprepared” for international seminar

The state prison department has missed the August 25 deadline set by the Union home ministry to submit presentation reports on correctional measures initiated in jails. Sources said the Centre had sent the directive to all the states ahead of a six-day international seminar on prison reforms at Darussalam in Brunei from October 7. The

CLP meet to discuss dissidence

An emergency meeting of the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) will be convened in the first week of June to discuss the growing dissidence in the State unit. Former Union minister and Odisha in-charge Jagdish Tytler and president of the OPCC Niranjan Patnaik will be present at the meeting. Sources said the meeting had been convened