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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

Guru Kshitipati Sahu passes away

Guru Kshitipati Sahu passes away

Guru Kshitipati Sahu was died yesterday at a private hospital in Bargarh. As his health deteriorated in the age of 83, he was taken to a private hospital in Bargarh district.

Class 10 students dies during treatment Laxmi Talkies Flyover Mishape

Class 10 students dies during treatment Laxmi Talkies Flyover Mishape

Class 10 student Clifford Kujur died during treatment who fell yesterday from laxmi talkies flyover while returning from St. Johns School.

 

rourkela news

India’s Largest Hockey Stadium in Rourkela: CM

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Thursday announced to organize the prestigious “FIH Odisha Men’s Hockey World Cup 2023” and the construction of a new Hockey Stadium in Rourkela. The stadium, which can accommodate 20,000 spectators, will be the largest hockey stadium in India.

UDAN flights from Jharsuguda from February 2018

The Odisha government will start regional flight operations from Jharsuguda airport under Centre’s UDAN scheme in the first week of February 2018, officials said today. Chief Secretary A P Padhi informed the reporters after discussing the matter at a state-level coordination and monitoring committee meeting at Secretariat. “The flight from Jharsuguda is scheduled to take

New DMU train between Rourkela and Sambalpur

A new DMU Train was flagged off yesterday between Rourkela and Sambalpur as per the announcement made in the Railway Budget. Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu inaugurated the run through video conferencing from Hatia. DRM Rajendra Prasad said that last year this train was declared in the railway budget but it could not materialise. Now it

Urban policing in three more cities

Keeping an eye on the forthcoming elections, the state government on Sunday decided in-principle to introduce commissionerate of police system in Berhampur, Rourkela and Sambalpur. Currently, the twin cities of Bhubaneswar and Cuttack are under the commissionerate of police system that was introduced in 2008 after the enactment of Odisha Urban Police (OUP) Act, 2003.

Odisha Govt. set up 3 more police commissionerate

Odisha Govt. is going to set up 3 more police commissionerate in the state, sambalpur, rourkela and Berhampur respectivly. To make focused effort to address law and order challenges in the three major urban centres of the State, the proposal is being mooted and the final decision from Home Department is expected soon, sources said.

4 laning project of Sambalpur-Rourkela is approved

Yesterday, the High-Level Clearance Authority(HLCA) approved the 4 laning project Sambalpur-Rourkela road SH 10, in a meeting held between CM and HLCA Official. This project is under public-private partnership(PPP) mode. The estimated budget for this project is Rs. 1292.56 cr with the concession period of 22 years including 3 years to develop this 4-laning project.

Kadambala sarpanch was killed by naxalites

Yesterday night around 8pm, in kadambala, Goilkera, Jharkhand 60 km from Bisra, the sarpanch of kadambala( young politician ) Jayaram purti was killed by naxalites in his premises. naxalites killed him as he was telling everything about the naxalites movement to police, even he was warned before by naxalites. Police did not protect him even

4-year-old boy rescued at Jharsuguda

Acting promptly on a complaint, police rescued a four-year-old boy and nabbed his kidnapper from Jharsuguda on Tuesday evening. The accused, Sunil Sawant, was produced in court on Wednesday. Reports said the boy was found missing after school on Tuesday. His mother, Laxmi, had gone to pick him up but was told that he had

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

7 Odia girls in gold medal winning football squad

Seven girls from Odisha, including three from Kendrapada district, were part of the gold medal winning Indian women squad at the recent South Asian Women Football Tournament in Sri Lanka. Besides Sasmita Mallick (21), Alochana Senapati (21), Suprava Samal (21), all from Kendrapada’s Aul block, Sita Sharma (Rourkela), Lochana Munda (Sambalpur), Supriya Routray (Cuttack) and

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

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

Companies look to tap demand in tier II & III cities

With the growth slowing down in tier I cities, consumer facing industries such as branded furniture, ceramic tiles, bath fittings and durables, which are directly impacted by prospects of the housing sector, are chalking out expansion plans in tier II towns which continue to grow at a steady pace. At a time when sectors like

200 crore to topple the Naveen Pattnaik government

Sambalpur vigilance team raided Hotel Radhika Regency here on Monday evening in the wake of allegations by Keonjhar MLA Subarna Naik that some BJD leaders and mineral traders had met there on May 26 to raise Rs 200 crore to topple the Naveen Pattnaik government. The raid came hours after chief minister Naveen Patnaik dismissed Sarada