Despite concern over the end use of both ground and river water for industrial purposes, the use of ground water for drinking, irrigation and industries in Odisha is 26.14 per cent.

Bangladesh and Odisha have decided to increase cooperation in the field of agriculture, horticulture and animal resources development.

Flash floods triggered by incessant rains have killed one person, displaced hundreds of people and damaged paddy crops in Odisha, an official said Tuesday.

Berhampur: At least six medical students of MKCG Medical College and Hospital campus in Ganjam district have tested positive for dengue.

Bhubaneswar: With a steady rise in the death of wild elephants in the state, particularly due to electrocution, the Odisha government has decided to constitute a Joint Coordination Committees at bo

The State Government has set a target to complete at least 500 out of the 823 road projects sanctioned by the Centre under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) on September 12.

The Centre-sponsored rural tourism projects in the State are moving at a slow pace.

The State Government’s aim to provide services on farmers’ doorstep failed because of disparities in the establishment of agro service centres (ASCs).

The Ministry of Environment and Forests has accorded the much-awaited environment clearance to a group of mid-scale projects of Tata Steel at its upcoming industrial park at Gopalpur in south Odisha.

The projects include a 55,000-tonne per annum (TPA) high carbon ferrochrome plant, a 400,000-TPA rebar mill and a desalination plant to meet the water requirement of the industrial park.

The third edition of HIV-awareness train, best known as the Red Ribbon Express, completed its journey in the State on Friday with a record high 5,97,788 people visiting the train in all the distric