Number of people affected has crossed 500 with 375 samples from the town of Barbil alone testing positive for dengue virus
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: The state government on Thursday announced a Rs 900-crore plan for strengthening drinking water system in rural areas.
Keonjhar: A lion's share of funds from District Mineral Foundation (DMF) trust will be utilized for development of mining-affected areas in Keonjhar district.
Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M/S. Ferro Alloys Corporation Ltd. Vs State of Orissa & Others dated 12/01/2016 regarding chromite mining inside Hadagarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Kendujhar, Odisha.
BHUBANESWAR: The State Government on Monday decided to utilise around Rs 900 crore in eight mineral bearing districts for inclusive growth of people affected by mining activities.
The Odisha government is giving final touches to the proposed amendment to the Odisha Scheduled Areas Transfer of Immovable Property Regulations, 1956, which would open a window for tribals to sell
BPSL has proposed to expand steel making capacity at its Thelkoli plant near Sambalpur from 2.8 mtpa to 5.5 mtpa
An expert committee will be constituted to review the alignment of the proposed bridge over the Kusei river at Belbahali near Anandpur in Keonjhar district.
With the process having been initiated to allot Khandadhar iron ore reserve through the auction route, tribals residing in hilly terrains in Odisha’s Sundagarh district have announced that they wil
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