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A recent survey by Odisha State Pollution Control Board (OSPCB) found SCB Medical College and Hospital, Cuttack, flouting norms by not segregating biomedical waste despite repeated reminders.

India may have little to feel proud about in the findings of UNDP’s Human Development Report for 2014, but the good news is that with ongoing rural employment and school education programmes and so

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) has warned Odisha government that sanction for development projects under Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF) will be withdrawn

As June inches closer, mercury is soaring across the country.

Certain birds of the tropical and sub-tropical climate are under threat. They generally live on ground or prefer to stay within the bushy forests.

The state will invest over Rs 11,000 crore ( including external aid from ADB and Japanese financial institutions) over the next five years to strengthen the power transmission and distribution netw

Temperature in 13 towns in the state shot beyond 40 degree on Thursday due to intense heat wave

The prevailing heat wave in the state that has seen temperature hovering around 40 degrees in many places is likely to persist till May 5, a Met forecast suggested even as the state is gearing up to counter a deficient monsoon that may be induced by the El Nino factor.

New Delhi:Amid concerns of deficient rains this monsoon, a new study has shown that since 1980, all El Nino years have not resulted in a drought, although all droughts have happened in years of El

In a significant judgment, the Orissa High Court has upheld the State Government’s decision mandating sale of 50 per cent of mined iron ore lumps and fines to State-based industries.

With the Supreme Court appointed Central Empowered Committee (CEC) seeking details on illegal mining cases in the State, the State Government on Wednesday prepared its defence at a high level meeti