Bargarh News

Bargarh Town Police seizes Aluminium wire worth Rs 3 lakh

In a highest achievement in respect of Aluminium wire theft, Bargarh Town Police has recovered stolen property worth Rs. 3 lakh. On September 10, 2014 at around 8 am, on getting reliable information regarding transportation of All Aluminium Conductor in a pickup van bearing No. OR17G-1026 TATA AC from Bhatli side towards Bargarh town via

Requirement for Lady Matron posts in ST & SC Girl Hostel

Engagement of Lady Matron in the Girls Hostels of ST & SC, Development Department DWO Bargarh.   Application in prescribed proforma from intending married women 45 years or above of Bargarh District are invited to fill up 55 nos of Lady Matron posts purely on contractual basis with monthly consolidated remuneration of Rs.7500/ per month

Farmer commits suicide due to heavy loan burden

Unable to bear the loan burden, a farmer of Nuapali village under Bheden police station in Bargarh district has committed suicide. Police today said Bhagaban Pradhan (35)had consumed pesticides and died in Bargarh district headquarters hospital where he was rushed by his family members. Heavy loan burden was stated to be the main reason behind

DHABA Owners Nabbed for Selling Adulterated Liquor

As many as 13 persons including seven DHABA owners were arrested by Bargarh police on Wednesday for allegedly selling liquor illegally. Police also seized large quantities of IMFL and outsill liquor from the DHABA. All those arrested have been forwarded to court. DHABA owners are Bijay Bhoi, Gobinda Sahu, Tarjit Singh, Gouranga Patel, Sriram Suna,

Recket of forgery matriculation certificates came to fore, three arrested

Bargarh town police arrested Sarat kumar Ratha, on charges of printing and supplying forged matriculation certificates. He runs an open school. Police have also seized a scanner, computers and various documents from his possession besides detaining two other youths. They have been identified as Tilak Rout of Bargarh town and Umesh Kumar Sahu of Bhinjetora

2 Killed as Train Rams into Car

Two persons were killed and one critically injured when a train rammed into their four-wheeler at unmanned railway crossing on the outskirts of Khemesara village here on Saturday. The deceased are secretary of Narayan Service Co-operative Society at Satlama, Santanu Bisi (50) and Co-operative extension officer of Bargarh Central Co-operative Bank, Durlaba Pradhan (55). The

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Sand Mafia Cloud on Migrant Farmers

Till a few years back, landless peasants from neighbouring Chhattisgarh frequently travelled to Bargarh district during this part of the year to cultivate vegetables on dry river bed of Jeera. Their number, though, has drastically come down due to rampant illegal sand mining from the river bed. Barely a decade back, one could find watermelon,

Maoists Trying to Reorganise: SP

Maoists are trying to re-organise and regain their lost ground in the district, said Sambalpur SP Prateek Mohanty on Thursday. Briefing mediapersons about the exchange of fire that took place on Wednesday, Mohanty said there were 30 to 35 Maoists in the group including eight to 10 female cadres. The exchange of fire took place

Local congress members threaten to resign in Bargarh

Congress members of Bargarh have threatened to resign en masse following the reported decision of the Central Election Committee (CEC) of the party to re-nominate all the six sitting MPs including Sanjay Bhoi from Sambalpur. Bargarh District Congress Committee president Ananta Sayan Padhi said there is resentment in the party against Sanjay Bhoi. After the