Saturday, July 22, 2017
:: Paradip to be made a smart port, smart city, says Union Minister Gadkari :: Naveen urges centre to strengthen ICDS programme in Odisha :: SJTA in fix over recovery of banned notes from Srimandir Hundi :: Collectors asked to submit flood damage report by July 24
Sharecropping law
Whither Odisha’s draft Bill on sharecroppers? It may be recalled that the Naveen government had proposed a legislation which aims to recognize and protect the rights of sharecroppers across the State as they are deprived of Government assistance at the time of natural calamities.
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Paradip to be made a smart port, smart city: Gadkari
Paradip would be developed into a smart port and smart city at an investment of Rs 40,000 crore as part of the Centre's plan to bring about a speedy development of Odisha, Union minister Nitin Gadkari announced today.
CM urges centre to strengthen ICDS programme in State
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today urged Union Women & Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi to further strengthen the ongoing Integrated Child Development Services Programme in State.
Collectors asked to submit flood damage report by July 24: Balakrishnan
In the wake of the havoc wreaked by the recent flash floods in some districts of the State, Development Commissioner R Balakrishnan today said that the concerned district Collectors have been asked to submit damage assessment reports by July 24.
Bijoy for self-introspection after Nuapada ZP poll defeat
Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Bijoy Mohapatra today said the party should introspect about its organisational activities after suffering a humiliating defeat in a Zilla Parishad election in Nuapda district on Thursday.
Tara hints at defection from ruling BJD
Congress chief whip and MLA Tara Prasad Bahinipati today said that some ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) leaders may switch allegiance in the near future.
SJTA in fix over recovery of banned notes from Srimandir donation boxes
The Shri Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA) is in a fix as demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes continue to be recovered from Srimandir’s Hundis (donation boxes).
GAA conferred prestigious ISO certification
Gopabandhu Academy of Administration (GAA) here has been conferred with the prestigious international ISO certification.
OHRC directs Railways to pay compensation to divyang assaulted by RPF staff
Odisha Human Rights Commission (OHRC) has directed the Railways to pay Rs25,000 compensation to a divyang who was assaulted by Railway Protection Force (RPF) personnel in January this year.
Heavy rainfall forecast in Odisha
Odisha is likely to receive heavy rainfall in the next 48 hours though the depression in Bay of Bengal fizzled out yesterday.
Prez for recognising contribution of Odia people in freedom struggle
President Pranab Mukherjee today said that it is time the struggle and sacrifice by a generation of Odia people got its due place in the annals of history.

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