As many as 98 persons, including 97 women contractual workers had fallen sick after they came in contact with the toxic gas while processing prawns in the plant at Panpana.
A case has been registered in Khantapada police station in connection with leakage of harmful gas in the factory at Khantapada and a special forensic team sent to assist in the investigation.
Spread over 20,000 sq metre Enterprise Odisha-2019 is the largest cross-sector exhibition of the State showcasing a huge diversity of industries.
Two panel lawyers and two para legal volunteers have been engaged to provide legal advice and service including necessary remedy for redressal of different legal problems free of cost.
Stating that he welcomes constructive criticism from the Opposition members, Naveen said the State Government is ready for discussion on any issue to be raised by the Opposition.
Speaker Surya Narayan Patro had to adjourn the Assembly repeatedly as a determined Opposition did not allow him to run the House smoothly.
The boy belongs to Gabgaon village under Kamarda police limits and the incident took place in Ranigauda village.
This time, the extent of elephant incidence has been higher than previous years due to which farmers are worried about the safety of their crops ahead of procurement.
Sources said around 40 cases were registered against Raja in various police stations in Cuttack and Bhubaneswar.
A seven-member Inter-Ministerial Central Team will be coming to Odisha on Thursday to assess the damage in cyclone Bulbul-affected districts in the State.
Pattachitra art that adorns the walls of Jagannath temple in Puri often tells a story.
The Chief Minister opined that the maritime heritage and overseas trade-related achievements of ancient India are evident in Indus Seals.
As the Speaker allowed the question hour to run and Agriculture Minister rose to answer a question, members of both BJP and Congress rushed to the well of the house and began shouting slogans.
The BJD president constituted a 4-member committee comprising Soumya Ranjan Patnaik, Usha Devi, Amar Prasad Satpathy and Kishore Mohanty to prepare the reporting format and contents.
Dust over Odisha’s dispute with Andhra Pradesh over ownership of Kotia villages refuses to settle with both the states trying to outdo each by wooing villagers with development promises.