Visitors to the Baliyatra trade fair can not only view live demonstration of the intricate weave of ‘Maniabandha Pata’ but also order a saree of their choice.
Acting on a tip-off, the officials intercepted the man at 9.45 pm and recovered the gold, having 99.9 per cent purity, from him.
The Centre will release cyclone assistance to the State from National Disaster Relief Fund after the team submits its report.
Police also seized an automatic pistol, four magazines, five live cartridges, three cars, four motorcycles, a bhujali and Rs 24,000 cash from their possession.
State government to provide livelihood assistance to 8,000 fishermen families affected by seven-month fishing ban in Odisha.
The Samiti had issued notification for audition of artistes on November 5 and invited application from the artists for various roles from November 6.
The four-day festival, organised by Swabhiman, will witness participation of 11 teams and an international team from Bangladesh.
As many as 50 platoons of police forces have been deployed while six watch towers have been erected and CCTV cameras have been fixed at strategic points to keep a tab on troublemakers.
Govt had issued notices to 131 leaseholders to make payment for excess mining
Security has been beefed up around Odisha Legislative Assembly ahead of the winter session scheduled to start from Wednesday.
The National e-Vidhan Application (NeVA) project will soon be implemented in Odisha Assembly to enable it handle its diverse business smartly.
Oil and Gas Pavilion was inaugurated at the fair ground by Leader of Opposition Pradipta Nayak in the presence of Subhajit Ghosh, State-level coordinator for Ministry of P&NG and Chief General Manager, Indian Oil, Odisha State Office.
Stating that children in rural Odisha and belonging to poor families are subjected to negligence, Tripathy alleged that around 50,000 of over 10 lakh under-weight children are malnourished.
Patnaik, who is facing a dissident movement to remove him from top post of the party, has urged the people to desist from killing fish, birds and animals to celebrate Chhadkhai.
Department officials said all 817 State-run universities, government degree colleges, Sanskrit colleges, aided colleges, autonomous colleges and model degree colleges will be covered under the scheme.