ROURKELA: IN a bid to mitigate the impact of industrial pollution, Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP), under its pilot initiative, has started working on carbon sequestration (removal or segregation) proje

BHUBANESWAR: The shocking spate of deaths among Juang infants in mineral-rich Jajpur’s Nagada has exposed the slow progress achieved by the State in ensuring appropriate nutrition for its tribal p

BERHAMPUR: The number of dengue affected persons has been gone up to 65 in Girisola of Chikiti block of the district.

The blood samples collected from disease-affected under-weight children in Nagada village in Jajpur district have tested positive for Immunoglobulin M (IgM) confirming prevalence of measles.

AT least three persons, including two women, died of diarrhoea while 26 persons were affected in a remote village under Oupada block of Balasore district on Thursday.

SAMBALPUR: THE district administration’s plan to renovate 427 traditional water harvesting structures (TWHS) under MGNREGS before the onset of monsoon has failed to achieve its target as 388 water

BHUBANESWAR: Even after a decade of launching of the rural electrification programme under Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana (RGGVY), 42.64 lakh households of the State are still out of the

DESPITE claims of the State Government that poverty has gone down in Odisha because of successful implementation of different welfare programmes, 32.59 per cent of the State’s population remains b

BHUBANESWAR: Despite implementation of separate programmes with heavy budgetary allocations, the Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) and Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) remain distressingly high in the State

UNION Minister for Tribal Affairs and Sundargarh Lok Sabha member Jual Oram on Wednesday said decks have been cleared for reopening of the defunct dolomite and limestone mines of SAIL at Purunapani