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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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RPF constable saves life at Bhubaneswar

Yesterday on Saturday, a RPF constable saved a woman passenger from falling into the gap between a running train and platform at Bhubaneswar station. The passenger was identified as Nibedita Sahoo , a lecturer of Rama Devi Women’s University Bhubaneswar. She fell into the gap of the running train and platform while she was trying

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

Cops Make a ‘U-turn’ in Sugrib Kidnap Case

Even as Bargarh police on Wednesday tried to take Sugrib Ranbeda, who was allegedly kidnapped by a minister, to Bhubaneswar to identify the place where he claimed he was confined, the cops had to drop the plan following orders from higher authorities. Two weeks ago, Sugrib, a member of Rusuda Service Co-operative Society, had alleged

Congress and BJD fan pet issues

Stepping up its attack on the BJD, a poll-bound Congress today organised three rallies in the undivided Koraput district, an old party bastion with a sizeable chunk of tribal population. Addressing big gatherings at Malkangiri and Jeypore, Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee president Jaydev Jena and All-India Congress Committee-appointed in-charge of state party affairs B.K. Hariprasad,

Residential apartments gained pace in small towns

Construction of multi-storied residential apartments has gained pace in small towns, which boasted only of standalone houses built by individual owners till recently. Contrary to real estate development centered around the Cuttack-Puri-Bhubaneswar triangle alone earlier, several residential projects are coming up in Angul, Jharsuguda, Sambalpur, Bargarh, Balasore, Bhadrak, and Berhampur, among other towns. Apart from

Odisha to invite bids for vegetable retail chains in three towns

The horticulture department of the Odisha government will soon come up with tenders for setting up of vegetable retail chains in towns like Sambalpur, Rourkela and Berhampur, after a similar initiative in Bhubaneswar. The department has already facilitated setting up of two vegetable stores, branded as ‘Udyan Fresh’ in the capital city with the help

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

Freedom after 22 years, Dharua’s family

It took Chandra Dharua, a free man like anyone else in Independent India, 22 years to have a taste of real freedom. Forty-five-year-old Dharua, a migrant labourer from Odisha, and his wife, who were in confinement in an Andhra Pradesh brick kiln, arrived at the Bolangir railway station, about 350 km from Bhubaneswar, on 29th

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

Vigilance cells to detect fake caste papers

The state government has decided to set up two dedicated vigilance cells in Bhubaneswar and Cuttack to detect cases of upper caste people procuring SC and ST certificates. At present, such cases are being monitored by the human rights protection cells (HRPC) in the twin cities. Though district vigilance cells exist in Khurda and Cuttack

Vigilance conducts raids for illegal hoarding and black-marketing

Odisha Vigilance conducts raids to prevent illegal hoarding and black-marketing of fertilizers.  The state vigilance conducted raids in various palce of Bhubaneswar, Jaleswar,  Baleswar, Boudh, Ganjam, Brahmapur, Jajpur, Dhenkanal, Cuttack, Angul, Kendrapada,  Jagatsinghpur, Sambalpur, Koraput and other areas. The state-wide verification was conducted by Vigilance to prevent illegal hoarding and black-marketing of fertilisers by wholesalers

Handloom Expo of Odisha inaugurated in Bhubaneswar

Handlooms , Handicrafts and Textiles minister Sarojini Hembrum inaugurated the Handloom Expo of Odisha at the Exhibition Ground. The exhibition is being organized by Boyonika. The exhibition showcases traditional handloom products of different districts including Athagarh in Cuttack, Sambalpur, Boudh, Bargarh, Balangir and Sonepur. The major attraction of the exhibition. The exhibition includes wide range

Nineteen inspectors shunted in state

As many as 19 inspectors of different police stations in Odisha were transferred on Thursday. The transferred officers included seven inspectors of the twin city (Bhubaneswar-Cuttack) police commissionerate. The cops transferred from Bhubaneswar are Tapan Mohanty (Khandagiri police station), Priyaranjan Satapathy (Mancheswar police station), Satyajit Mishra (Kharavela Nagar police station) and Bijay Kumar Sethi (Balipatna

Anthropology Students Travel to India for Field Research

Is childhood really that different in another culture? College of Charleston students and professor Christine Finnan will spend the month of July in India to explore this topic as part of an upper-level anthropology course. As both a teacher education and anthropology professor, Finnan brings students a unique perspective in this course.The group will travel