Wednesday, September 03, 2014
:: At least 52 percent of elderly people in Odisha lead unhealthy lifestyle, says UN report:: District Collectors of Ganjam, Sambalpur, Khordha and Cuttack asked to identify 200 acres of land for proposed IIM in Odisha:: Tata Group Chairman Cyrus P Mistry lays foundation stone of a 500-bedded hospital at Shitalpalli, Berhampur:: BJP demands removal of BJD MP Ramachandra Hansda for his alleged involvement in ponzi scheme scam::
EDITORIAL
Naveen’s fresh century
When Naveen Patnaik celebrates in his own personal way, the successful completion of the first hundred days of his fourth successive term in office as the chief minister, there is a distinct pattern emerging in Odisha politics.
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LEISURE
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ODISHA NEWS
Legal steps initiated to restore misused industrial land: Dev
“The State government has initiated legal process to bring back land given for the purpose of setting up industries from about 250 persons particularly in Mancheswar and Chandaka Industrial estates of Bhubaneswar”, informed Secretary of Industries department, Vishal Dev here today.
Four dists asked to identify land for IIM
Initiating the process of setting up an Indian Institute of Management in Odisha, the Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (IDCO) has asked the Collectors of four districts to identify the land for the purpose.
BJD terms Modi government's 100 days as "UPA-III"
Terming the 100 days of the Narendra Modi government as "UPA-III", the BJD today said there was hardly any difference between the NDA and the UPA-I and UPA-II governments.
Land misuse: State issues show-cause to Routray’s wife
The State government, after much hue and cry over allegations of misuse of government land allotted for the purpose of establishing hospitals, has finally issued a show-cause notice to Revenue Minister Bijoyshree Routray’s wife for violating the land lease agreement.
Met Deptt predicts more rains in State
More rains over most parts of Odisha in the next 24 hours were forecast today with the location of formation of another low pressure area over Arabian Sea.
Around half of State’s elderly suffer from various ailments: UNFPA report
Around half of the total population of the elderly in Odisha suffer from chronic morbidity, arthritis and hypertension, states a United Nations Population Fund report, which was released by State Women and Child Development Minister, Usha Devi here today.
Students demand headmaster's transfer, launch stir in Koraput
Students of a sevashram at Champi in Koraput district have launched a stir demanding immediate transfer of the headmaster accusing him of physically assaulting them.
Headmaster, two others arrested in Nayagarh food poisoning case
Three staff members of Kendua Sevashram School in Nayagarh district were arrested by the Police and forwarded to the court on Monday in connection with the death of a girl student of the school due to alleged food poisoning on Saturday.
IOCL plans to commission Paradip refinery soon
With around 96 percent construction work of its refinery at Paradip already complete, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL) expects to commission it very soon.
Foundation stone of Tata Group’s 500-bedded hospital laid at Shitalpalli
Groundbreaking ceremony of a 500-bed multi-speciality hospital to be set up by Tata Steel was held at Sitalapalli village in Ganjam district today.

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