Odisha human rights commission (OHRC) has expressed dissatisfaction as principal secretary of health and collectors of eight districts, which have been affected with dengue, have not submitted thei
Bhubaneswar: Union minister of state for health and family welfare, Faggan Singh Kulaste on Saturday criticized the Naveen Patnaik-led government for not doing enough to prevent dengue outbreak in
Cuttack: The first dengue death was reported from the city on Wednesday.
Cuttack: More than 17 new cases of dengue were reported in Cuttack on Monday, taking the toll to 70. Of this, at least 55 persons belong to Jagatpur industrial area.
Number of people affected has crossed 500 with 375 samples from the town of Barbil alone testing positive for dengue virus
Bhubaneswar/Keonjhar: Dengue has returned to the state with at least 225 people testing positive for the mosquito-borne disease in the three districts of Keonjhar, Cuttack and Bhadrak.
CUTTACK: Dengue is back to haunt denizens of Cuttack. In last two weeks, at least 11 cases of dengue have been reported officially in the city.
Bhubaneswar: Despite the state government's claim of substantial reduction of poverty, a recent official statement has revealed that many children, a large section of them from the tribal belt, are
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) to close down the illegally-run breweries in Tangi in Cuttack district and file a compliance report on May 6.
Bhubaneswar: Although the Odisha State Pollution Control Board (OSPCB) makes tall claims of monitoring reuse and disposal of industrial waste, 23 million tonne of waste is lying undisposed in the s
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