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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

 

Deogarh News

ULBs poll differed issue: Odisha Govt to appoint administrators in nine western Odisha districts

The 25 urban local bodies (ULBs) in the nine western Odisha districts are all set to get Administrators for executing the day-to-day administration as the terms of office of the ULB councils would expire on September 19 next without any elected bodies. “Since in the absence of any elected councils after the expiry of the

Strike enters Day 3, Nuapada too joins

The third day of agitation by the lawyers of Sambalpur Bar Association saw students of GM College boycott classes and close down the college over the High Court bench demand. They staged demonstration outside the college shouting slogans against the State Government. Offices and courts remained closed while relay hunger strike launched by the lawyers

Maoists moving around the Sambalpur-Deogarh border

The Red ultras have become active in the district after a gap of about three years. This became evident after intensified combing operation by police and CRPF along Sambalpur-Deogarh border. Confirming presence of rebels, SP (Sambalpur) Nikhil Kanodia said around 15 to 20 Maoists have started moving in the bordering areas. “We suspect movement of

Meteorological observatories lying idle in 530 schools

Calamity-prone Odisha has missed out on a golden opportunity to tackle natural disasters by not generating real-time data in 500-plus schools where meteorological observatories are virtually lying idle. Even though natural disasters have been taking a heavy toll on lives and property every year, the State Government is showing no interest to put the observatories

Relief for Congress, BJP in Sambalpur

Although the BJD swept the recently concluded Zilla Parishad (ZP) polls, it is a mixed bag in the election to block chairman posts held on Sunday. Candidates of the three major parties shared honours across western Odisha bringing some relief for Congress and BJP. In Sambalpur district, of the nine blocks,  chairman candidates were elected