Saturday, October 25, 2014
:: Diwali, the festival of lights, celebrated across the State with gaiety and fervor:: BJP suspends State unit vice-president Ashok Sahu on the charge of indiscipline:: Pratap Sarangi appointed vice-president of BJP State unit::
Odisha mining scam
Close on the heels of indictment of Naveen Administration by Justice MB Shah commission, the Supreme Court-appointed Central Empowered Committee (CEC)’s revelations on irregularities perpetuated in Odisha’s mining sector will prove too hard for Naveen Patnaik, the chief minister to defend.
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Naveen should step down for mining scam: Narasingha
Even as the Leader of Opposition Narasingha Mishra today demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik following the CEC report naming him and some of his ministers in the mining scam, the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) denied the allegations saying it was up to the Supreme Court to take a call on the report.
CBI interrogates BJD MP in chit fund scam
Biju Janata Dal Member of Parliament, Ramachandra Hansda today informed the CBI that the money recovered from his residence in Mayurbhanj district was his personal property and nothing to do with Nabadiganta Capital Service, a ponzi firm accused of duping investors.
Headmistress shifted after drowning deaths
Announcing to frame guidelines to track students of ninth and tenth standards in state-run schools, State government today shifted the headmistress of Rail Vihar High School in the wake of death of four boys in a drowning incident.
Sahoo’s suspension not discussed with me: Jual
Apparently throwing his weight behind Ashok Sahoo, Union Minister Jual Oram today said that party did not consult him before suspending the former.
Naveen seeks completion of BBSR-Puri NH by Nabakalebara
Chief minister Naveen Patnaik today urged the centre to complete the Bhubaneswar-Puri national highway before the Nabakalebara festival of Lord Jagannath next year.
BSF makes huge haul of arms, explosives, IED
In a major success against Maoists, BSF personnel have seized huge quantities of explosives, IED and other materials hidden by the ultras in a forest in Mathili area of Malkangiri district, officials said today.
Tight security for India-Sri Lanka ODI at Barabati
Keeping in view the threat perception, the Twin City Commissionerate Police have planned elaborate security measures for the One Day International cricket match between India and Sri Lanka to be played at Barabati Stadium in Cuttack on November 2.
Comedienne Runu passes away
Eminent comedienne of Odia cinema and TV serials Sadhana Parija, popularly known in Ollywood industry as Runu, passed away here today. Wife of noted film director Chandi Parija, Runu complained of chest pain at her Bidanasi residence this evening and she was immediately rushed to a nearby private hospital, where doctors declared her brought dead. Doctors suspect the 48-year-old cine star died of a massive cardiac arrest.
Geo-synthetic tube seawall in State
After much delay, construction of Odisha's first geo-synthetic tube seawall project to arrest sea erosion along Pentha coast in Kendrapara district, would get off the ground in November first week.
South Odisha colleges ensure separate toilets for girls
Colleges in south Odisha have been asked to ensure separate toilets for girls and boys on all floors of the building within a month.

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EDITOR : Bijoy Ketan Mishra
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