Friday, April 29, 2016
EDITORIAL
Dasburma imbroglio
With clamour for posturing by senior BJD leaders on the issue whether Minister Sanjay Dasburma should resign or not in the aftermath of CBI summoning him in connection with getting favour from the head of a tainted chit fund company not dying down notwithstanding diktat from party supremo Naveen Patnaik, as it seems all is not well in BJD.
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Congress seeks CM’s clarification over ministers’ statements on Dasburma issue
A clarification was today sought by Opposition Congress clarification from Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on the statements given by some senior ministers on morality in the context of minister Sanjay Dasburma’s alleged links with Artha Tatwa, a chit fund company.
Meagre central support for providing drinking water, says BJD
Facing criticism that it allegedly failed to provide safe drinking water even after remaining in power for over 17 years in the State, the BJD government today accused the Centre of not giving required funds for piped water projects.
Action plan soon to conserve water resources to counter drought
With severe heat wave condition prevailing across Odisha and the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicting average rainfall, the State government has decided to chalk out an urgent action plan to mitigate the impact of drought condition by conserving its water resources.
‘Data on share croppers not under Agri department purview’
Maintenance of data on shared croppers and stocking of potato at cold storages is not under the purview of agriculture department, said Agriculture Minister Pradeep Maharathy.
HC rejects bail plea of Seashore chief
The bail petition of Chairman-cum-Managing Director of Seashore Group Prashant Dash, arrested over the multi-crore chit fund fraud case of the group, was rejected by the High Court today.
CM urges Centre to fill up vacant posts in Orissa HC
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today said he has urged the Centre to fill up eight vacant posts of judges in the Orissa High Court at the earliest.
Break silence over Kohinoor for Jagannath temple: Cong to Govt
Criticising the State government for its silence on the famous Kohinoor diamond, Congress today asked for its intervention in adopting a resolution in the Assembly seeking steps to bring back the diamond and offer it to Lord Jagannath Temple as per the last wish of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
No let up in heat wave condition across State, coastal areas sizzle
Severe heat wave continued to disrupt normal life across State today even as the mercury declined slightly in the western parts of the state.
Justice Arijit Pasayat for proper co-ordination between probe agencies
Justice Arijit Pasayat, vice-chairman of Supreme Court appointed special investigation team (SIT) on black money, today stressed the need for proper co-ordination between investigative agencies to deal with cases of corruption.
Minor fire in CM's Assembly chamber
A fire broke out in the chamber of Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik in the State Assembly building here today.

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