Stating that the freedom movement was for equality and justice, against violence and exploitation, CM Naveen Patnaik said, adding that it was a great victory of humanity for the entire world.
Justice Mohapatra said that the court finds that the petitioners are being exploited by the manpower service provider agencies in collusion with the officials of government departments.
Advises party leaders to use success of government schemes as election agenda and gain confidence of voters
The CPPs are getting 40 to 50 pc of the required coal supplies since August 2021, creating a backlog of over 1,500 coal rakes, as most of the available coal rakes are being diverted away from CPPs.
Stating that COVID management in the third wave has so far proceeded on the right path, Naveen said that the number of fresh cases has also stabilised during the last couple of days.
While the BJP will want to win at least half of the ZP seats keeping the 2024 Assembly elections in view, the Congress target would be to improve its position from the last poll in which it had won 62
The CM said that the vaccination drive has been satisfactory so far and directed the officials to ensure that people who have not taken the vaccine at all should be inoculated on a priority basis.
This is the first official level meeting between the two states following the decisions taken in the meeting between the CMs of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh on November 9, 2021.
The BJP has urged the SEC to ensure due representation of OBCs, SCs and STs in three-tier panchayat bodies before announcing dates for the polls.
New projects could create employment opportunities for over 3,200 persons in state
Base upper age limit for all government jobs raised from 32 to 38 years, other categories up to 53 years
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Friday distributed financial assistance of Rs 3,000 to each beneficiary under Biju Pucca Ghar Yojana (BPGY) towards repair of the houses.
Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik unequivocally condemned the security breach during the visit of PM Narendra Modi to Punjab.
The 24×7 drinking water supply project worth Rs 790 crore will benefit around seven lakh residents of 1.4 lakh families across 59 wards of CMC.
The move will pave way for settling land in favour of people who are in the occupation it for years together