The proposed expansion of the port will facilitate industrial as well as economic growth of the state in general and southern Odisha in particular.
An estimated Rs 3,000 crore will be spent under the programme to create the rural economic corridor.
SIDBI will serve as the fund manager for the growth fund and responsible for shaping its investment strategy and managing its portfolio.
The government plans to issue RoR for homestead and agricultural land to 1,051 people over September and October.
As per the decision, land rights over 3,231 acres will be given to displaced families of 18 villages in Lakhanpur tehsil and one of Jharsuguda.
The land losers would get land price at par with the benchmark valuation, handsome solatium along with compensation for structures.
Professor appointed in Jan has gone on leave leaving medical students, patients helpless
It asked the universities to help the students of Manipur in the best way possible.
The delegation briefed him on Odisha’s O-Chip programme under which infrastructure, design, and training support will be provided to companies and start-ups.
Its domains of specialisation include governance, foreign policy, investments, infrastructure and cities, climate and energy and human capital.
The CAW&CW presently functions with two additional SPs, seven DSPs, nine inspectors, four SIs, eight ASIs and 10 constables.
There will be no shortage of doctors which will ultimately improve healthcare in the state, she added.
Sources said there are three educational institutions adjacent to each other on this spot.
The New Indian Express, in a series of articles, had highlighted the need for the legal immunity to the forest field staff.
Driving training is provided for heavy and light vehicles in an attempt to generate employment and to fulfil the demand of the transportation sector.
“Adoption of nano urea is yet to take off here as farmers in the state prefer traditional urea. The Centre should not impose the use of nano urea.
The chief secretary said several queries were received on toll free numbers released by the government.
The office of the SRC has requested the defaulting departments to submit the UCs as early as possible.
The centres will be monitored by a nodal officer from chief district agriculture office