Sunday, October 04, 2015
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Government schemes
For quite some time now, there has been a raging controversy in Odisha over various government schemes. The dispute relates to taking credit for the different welfare programmes. The state BJP leaders claim that the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) government in the State is hijacking its schemes and takes credit for them. Contrarily, the BJD leaders spare no occasion to proclaim that money spent for various developmental programmes is their own.
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Govt launches citizen portal, people can file FIR from home
The citizens of Odisha can now lodge their complaints with police directly through the citizen portal, a facility launched by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik here today.
Cancer claims 30,000 lives in Odisha every year
A staggering 30,000 people die of cancer every year in State mostly due to consumption of tobacco, a government survey report said.
IRRI to promote climate resilient, new high yielding paddy in Odisha
With the state incurring huge crop loss due to frequent natural calamities like flood, cyclone and drought, Odisha government today signed a MoU with International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) to promote new high yielding stress tolerant and climate resilient paddy.
Farmers in State to benefit soon from soil health cards
In a bid to raise agriculture production across the country, the Union Government has decided to distribute soil health cards to farmers after testing the soil of the farming land.
Students unions elections to be held on Oct 14
Amidst a series of campus violence in certain places, students union elections across colleges in Odisha will be held on October 14.
Barabati T20: Players arrive in city amid tight security
Members of both India and South Africa teams arrived here today amid tight security in the twin city for the Barabati T20 match on Monday. Players and ICC officials checked into the city based Mayfair Lagoon this afternoon after reaching here in a chartered flight from Dharamsala where South Africa got the better of Indian side in the first encounter of the ongoing series.
OHRC seeks ATR on woman’s death during road blockade
The Odisha Human Rights Commission (OHRC) today asked Twin City Commissionerate Police to submit an action taken report (ATR) on the death of a woman during road blockade by Utkal University students over cancellation of students’ union polls.
Bombs hurled at contractor's house
Two unidentified persons hurled bombs on the house of a contractor at Jaraka bazar in Jajpur district, police said today.
Govt to provide subsidised rice to SC/ST schools: CM
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today said the Odisha government would take the burden of supplying subsidised rice to the inmates of residential schools run by the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe department of the State.
IS abductors did not harm me, my release a miracle: Samal
Released from the captivity of abductors in war-torn Libya, Pravas Ranjan Samal today said the militants did not torture him though he was traumatised at every passing moment.

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