For around 3,00,000 households in eight districts of south Odisha, a power connection still remains a dream.

Jharsuguda per capita highest at Rs 49,021, N’rangpur’s lowest at Rs 14,700

The state government has chalked out plans to improve conditions of 2,158 km State Highways at a cost of Rs 3,000 crore in four years.

Incessant rainfall in four districts is reported to have destroyed about 17,000 hectare farm land

The state government today announced a series of packages for flood affected farmers in four districts of south Odisha, which received excess rainfall last week after the southwest monsoon arrived ahead of schedule.

The state government on Thursday said it has succeeded in achieving immunization coverage for 88 per cent children in Odisha in the age group of zero to five years.

Despite concerns from several quarters including the Odisha High Court, bio-medical waste management and handling in different government hospitals including three state-run medical colleges and ho

BHUBANESWAR: As high as 45.5 pc of males in the State chew tobacco. The number of females is no less with not less than 30 pc addicted to chewing-tobacco.

BHUBANESWAR: Even as Odisha battles with high incidence of diarrhoea among children, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) is all set to launch an extensive programme on ‘Management and prevention o

BHUBANESWAR: Odisha is making significant strides in curbing children’s mortality with the under-five mortality rate in the State declining at faster rate than the national average for the first ti

BHUBANESWAR: With the dust of panchayat polls slowly settling down, the Government on Thursday announced the much-awaited drought relief for the affected.