- Govt to remove vendors on 800m stretch

With every breath, city residents are inhaling miniscule particles of dust, smoke, soot, pollen and soil, also known as suspended particulate matter.

Worried over distress sale of minor forest produce (MFP), the Centre has decided to soon announce minimum support price (MSP) of at least 10 such produce, Union tribal affairs minister Jual Oram sa

Several land oustees on Sunday torched Posco's containerized office and dismantled a 300-metre boundary wall at Nuagaon in Jagatsinghpur district, triggering fresh tension in the steel company's pr

The state government has decided to set up a new directorate of food safety to regulate their manufacture, storage, distribution, sale and import, official sources said on Wednesday.

The United Nations on Tuesday appreciated the state government's preparedness in dealing with the 'very very severe' cyclone Phailin, saying it would highlight the efforts as a successful case stud

BHUBANESWAR: The state government is planning to restart land acquisition work the mega Posco steel project in Jagatsinghpur district soon, official sources said on Monday.

With the Budget session of the state assembly having ended last week, the Naveen Patnaik dispensation is making all arrangements to go all-out to give the proposed 12 billion US dollars FDI project a push, a senior government officer said.

BHUBANESWAR: Mamata Das (name changed) of the nondescript Dhinkia village in Odisha has perhaps never met any of the members of Meera Paibi, the all-women group fighting state atrocities and human

BHUBANESWAR: In what seems to be a desperate move to stall the ongoing land acquisition move by the government, anti-Posco group on Wednesday threatened to organize a nude protest, even as South Ko

BHUBANESWAR: The Odisha government on Sunday resumed land acquisition for the proposed Posco steel plant in Jagatsinghpur district, a day after three persons were killed in a bomb blast in the project area.

Official sources said government representatives demolished three betel vines at Gobindapur village, restarting land takeover for Posco after about a month. The government was forced to stop land acquisition work in the first week of February due to stiff opposition from a section of villagers.