Bhawanipatna News

Kalahandi police arrested 4 dacoits

Kalahandi police arrested 4 dacoits and seized guns and cash, related to last month’s loot and murder case in Bhawanipatna. Last month 10th January, a farmer family was returning to home Junagarh, after selling their cotton products at Bhawanipatna. In the meantime 4 docaits kept eye on this family and attacked. This incident happened in

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

One killed, 50 hurt as bus overturns

IN a fatal accident, one person died and several others were injured when a passenger bus fell down a bridge in Kalahandi district on Wednesday. The incident took place near Thuamul Rampur. Identity of the deceased is yet to be ascertained. The overcrowded bus was on its way from Bhawanipatna to Gopinathpur and near Thuamul

BJP seeks details on fate of medical college in Kalahandi

With no progress of the proposed medical college at Bhangabari near Bhawanipatna, the district headquarters town of Kalahandi District, the BJP on Thursday sought to know the fate of the institute from the State government. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik laid the foundation stone of the medical college at a grand ceremony in November, 2016. He

Odisha govt keen to bring tribal districts on par with developed districts

Odisha’s chief minister Naveen Patnaik said on Wednesday that the State government is keen to bring tribal districts on par with other developed districts in Odisha. Addressing a gathering at Bhangabari in Bhawanipatna, Patnaik said the government is sincerely working for the development of the back ward regions and deprived class in the State. “We

Man carrying his wife’s body

A fact-finding team of Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (OPCC) comprising five members visited Dana Majhi’s village Melghara on Saturday. The members are Dabugaon MLA Bhujmal Majhi, OPCC vice-president Sadan Naik, Congress ST cell chairman Pradeep Majhi, OPCC secretary Hasan Khan and former MLA Gobardhan Das. While the family of the deceased woman Amang Dei was