The Odisha Police along with the BSF have busted a Maoist camp in Odisha's Malkangiri district, and seized explosives and Naxal material.
Police sources confirmed that the families of the deceased Maoists have been informed to take the bodies of their kin.
The Maoists, who were hiding in the forest, opened fire at the security forces to which the jawans retaliated for self-defence.
A deputy subedar with the 4th Special Security Battalion in Malkangiri, the 33-year-old cleared the Odisha Civil Service’s Examination 2019 in his fifth attempt.
Kin of the victims had alleged that the two were subjected to torture after Motu police took them in for interrogation in connection with a theft complaint in MPV-89 village.
Kin of the two victims alleged that the two were subjected to torture after Motu Police took them in for interrogation in connection with a theft complaint in MPV-89 village.
Markets wore a deserted look while National and State highways in the district witnessed a thin flow of traffic due to the cyclone warning.
Later, the gas will be compressed at high pressure and supplied through pipeline to different locations.
As many as 13 courts will function in the new building which has been constructed at a cost Rs 22 crore.
The plasters are peeling off the walls and ceiling; the roof is damp and discoloured due to seepage in the rainy season.
Reportedly, the college authorities are yet to submit necessary documents to convert the special study centre into a regular centre as per the University Grants Commission (UGC) norms.
Construction of the road project started in 2011 and was supposed to be completed in 2014
Public demands action for inordinate delay in completion of the bridges on Malkangiri-Balimela road
Secretary of DoP Vineet Pandey said the fraud has been detected at Lachipeta, Malkangiri Colony, and Bhejangiwada post offices under the Koraput division.
Collector Vishal Singh on Tuesday said the decision to cancel the tenders was taken basing on the recommendation of the Revenue department.