The port city of Paradip, which usually celebrates ‘Raja’ with much merry-making, wore a forlorn look as Covid restrictions cast a shadow on the first day of the festival.
Contacted, Mayurbhanj Collector Vineet Bhardwaj said he will ask officials to investigate the matter.
Despite Tusra being a Notified Area Council under Titlagarh constituency of the ruling party, negligence by the government has forced them to take such a step, the activists said.
A social organisation was asked to provide food to the minors till their parents return from Covid care centre after discharge.
The UTP, identified as Sheikh Hanif, was lodged in Ragadi sub-jail for the last two months.
Low-pressure induced heavy rains across Koraput district for the last three days have come as a major blow for farmers who had recently started harvesting their crops.
A VIMSAR doctor said, once all the plants are functional, around 14,000 LPM oxygen will be generated at the hospital.
District Education Officer Niranjan Behera said the survey is part of the national programme and the State has no choice but to abide by it.
Purushottam was bathing in Brahmani when he was dragged by the reptile
The rainwater harvesting structures are meant for water conservation and recharge of ground water sources.
The Orissa High Court has set a four-month deadline for the State government to consider and take a decision on the demand for according sub-division status to Aska in Ganjam district.
Nine districts have not received a single PMAY-G house while the coastal districts have cornered a lion’s share
Mishra said that the first death in Nayagarh district during the second wave was reported from the Covid hospital at Chandapur on April 28.
IMA members said several doctors have sustained multiple fractures and serious injuries while female doctors faced more violent verbal and physical assaults during duty.
Ayurvedic medicines worth Rs 15 crore are left to rot at dispensaries