For around 3,00,000 households in eight districts of south Odisha, a power connection still remains a dream.
A total of 38,037.40 hectares of forestland have been encroached by private persons in the State, informed Forests and Environment Minister Bijayshree Routray in the State Assembly in response to a
The Odisha government had assessed mining violations within the state on different parameters - violations of environment and forest clearance, mining beyond designated areas, and excess mining wit
By reviving millet farming systems, the tribal households in Odisha have reduced their vulnerability to climate change. The millet based farming has also helped in addressing the problem of malnutrition in the communities.
District administration officials and members of civil societies of Koraput had a healthy start of the day on Sunday as they moved in a 21-km-stetch Cyclothon for creating awareness among people ab
KORAPUT: To improve healthcare facilities in remote and inaccessible areas, the Koraput district administration has decided to organise health camps twice a week in at least 17 panchayats of 14 blo
Koraput: It seems the wait for clean drinking water in five tribal villages in Koraput's Boipariguda block is not going to get over soon.
The State Government has decided to provide raw material linkage to Vedanta's alumina refinery project at Lanjigarh from the Kodingamali bauxite mines in Koraput district.
The Odisha government on Tuesday admitted that 3,940 villages and 16,533 small habitations remained to be electrified.
Koraput: To train farmers and office-bearers of pani panchayats about optimum use of water and land resources, the Water and Land Management Institute (WALMI) will open its second campus at Jeypore
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