Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said the Capital needed to adopt a ‘zero’ waste policy and make sanitation a mass campaign in order to become a more cleaner city.

BHUBANESWAR: The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) will sign an agreement with a Mumbai-based company on Thursday to set up a solid waste treatment plant at the designated regional waste dump

The Child Health Now (CHN), Odisha on Monday organised a Mini Marathon from the Rupali Square to the IG Park to mark the Global Week of Action-Survive5.

At least 96 panic-struck persons sustained injuries following the earthquake of moderate intensity that had hit Odisha on Wednesday evening.

The State came under yet another spell of scorching heat wave conditions on Tuesday with 17 cities and towns recording temperature above 40 degrees Celsius and sunstroke death toll rising to 20.

Order of the High Court of Orissa in the matter of Shri Diwan Chand Garg Vs Govt. of India represented through Secretary in Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, New Delhi dated 14/05/2014 regarding
& another regarding land acquisition for the National Highway No.5 Project, Khurda, Bhubaneswar.

Concerned over rising temperature in the city, the environment wing of Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) will change in its approach to plantation.

Instead of planting decorative and fast-growing trees, the BMC will gor for shady trees from the coming monsoon to create a green canopy on city roads, official sources said. The BMC has selected two species of trees for the plantation drive. About 1,500 such trees would be planted on the vacant patches in different wards as well as medians.

Bhubaneswar: Nearly 17 people have died in Odisha due to a heat wave. The state government has confirmed two such deaths and the causes of the rest of the deaths are under verification.

Scheme aims at ensuring stable and uninterrupted supply of power to consumers in Bhubaneswar and Cuttack

The state energy department has secured in-principle nod for its ambitious State Capital Region Improvement in Power System (SCRIPS) scheme planned at an investment of Rs 1,500 crore.

The mercury in the state will witness a gradual rise and touch 43 degree Celsius or more at some places including Bhubaneswar by April 29, a forecast by the India Meteorological Department (IMD) sa