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Dilip Kumar

Dilip Kumar


Dillip Kumar Pradhan, having seven years of experience in print and digital media, has been writing on politics, crime, education and human interest stories.


Dillip Kumar Pradhan, having seven years of experience in print and digital media, has been writing on politics, crime, education and human interest stories.


Posts by Dilip Kumar

Work From Home Culture Turning Out To Be A Damp Squib For Medium Corporates
Work From Home Culture Turning Out To Be A Damp Squib For Medium Corporates

The ‘Work From Home’ policy that has been adopted by the corporate world ever since the outbreak of the Covid pandemic has now turned out to be a situation much less impressive and productive than...

Covid 19
Odisha’s First Delta-Plus Patient Took Over 3 Weeks To Recover In Home Isolation

The first patient of Odisha who was infected with a mutant strain of SARS-CoV-2 called Delta Plus had taken 20 to 25 days to recover under home isolation without hospitalisation. The patient identified as Milu...

Naba Das
Over 1.14 Crore People Have Received Covid Jabs By June 26 In Odisha: Health Minister

More than 1.14 crore people have been administered Covid vaccines shot in the State by June 26, Odisha Health Minister Naba Das said.

Face cream sid effect
Odisha: Woman Suffers Severe Facial Rashes & Vision Loss, Blames Fairness Cream

Addiction to get fair and glowing skin by using fairness solution has cost a woman dear. A resident of Sonepur district, Sumitra Sebak has blamed the side effects due to the use of fairness cream...

Crowd for Vaccination
Covid Norms Thrown To Wind; Heavy Rush At Vaccination Centres In Balasore, Cutttack

Following the implementation of offline registration for the mass Covid19 vaccination programme, large number of beneficiaries, especially the young mass, were found crowding at different inoculation centres in the State, throwing covid protocols to wind.

Headless body case
Ganjam Headless Body Mystery Cracked; Wife & In-Laws Prime Accused, Say Police

The police today claimed to have cracked the case involving the discovery of a headless male body on the Rushikulya river bed near Puspa Nagar here under Sorada police limits in Ganjam district on January...

Delta Plus
Delta Plus Variant: No Need To Be Scared, But Don’t Lower Guard, Says ILS Director

At a time when the Delta Plus variant of the Covid-19 virus has triggered fear and panic after the Centre tagged it as ‘Varinat of Concern’, the statement of a senior scientist and head of...

Temple Remains
Remains Of Ancient Temple Surface From Reservoir In Odisha's Malkangiri

Remains of an ancient temple have been discovered from the Balimela reservoir in Chitrakonda area in Malkangiri district. The old remains of the shrine believed to be of a Shiva temple surfaced from the ground...

BJP Protest
Odisha BJP Gheraoes Civil Supplies HQs Protesting Irregularities In Paddy Procurement

Alleging gross irregularities in paddy procurement at different Mandis in the State, the Odisha BJP gheraoed the office of the State Civil Supplies Corporation here at Unit-8 on Friday.

Bijay Mohapatra
Covid 3rd Wave Can Be Predicted Much Earlier, Situation Stable Now: Odisha Health Director

The third wave of the Covid -19 pandemic can well be predicted before its arrival in Odisha even as the Covid graph is currently showing a downward trend, Director, Health services Director Dr Bijay Moahapatra...

Odisha High Court
Give Details On Covid Deaths: HC To Odisha Govt

The Orissa High Court has directed the State government to submit a detailed report on the number of deaths caused by Covid-19 in the State.

Snana Purnima in Puri
Lord Jagannath & Siblings Sick After Bathing Ritual, Secret Treatment Begins For Recovery

After the ceremonial bath, Lord Jagannath and his siblings-Lord Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra traditionally fell ill and have been kept in a sick room (Anasara Gruha) to recuperate in a fortnight.

Ambulance failure
Sans Road, Critical Patient Carried On Cot For 2 KM In Sundergarh

The Odisha government’s tall claim of providing better road connectivity in rural areas seem to have fallen flat after a critical patient was carried on a cot for around two kilometre due to lack of...

Aparajita Sarangi
Naveen’s Pic At Vaccination Sites Indicates BJD’s ‘Insecurity And Narrow-Mindedness’, Says Aparajita; BJD Hits Back

The poster war between BJP and BJD at Covid vaccination centres across Odisha took a new turn today after BJP MP and party national spokesperson Aparajita Sarangi targeted the BJD-led State government over display of...

Neradi Barrage
Vamsadhara Tribunal Allows AP To Construct Barrage At Neredi, Asks Odisha For Land Acquisition

The Vamsadhara Water Dispute Tribunal (VWDT) has allowed the Government of Andhra Pradesh to construct the barrage at Neredi over river Vamsadhara while directing the Odisha government to acquire land for the project.

Director of Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Dr CBK Mohanty
Be Cautious, Study On Delta Plus Variant In Progress; Warns DMET

Cautioning people of a possible third wave of the on going pandemic, the State Health Department has expressed concern over the detection of Delta Plus variant of Covid 19 in several other States, which has...

Alarnath Darshan
No Anabasar Darshan At Alaranath Shrine This Year Too

In the wake of the Covid 19 pandemic, devotees will miss the rare ‘Anabasar’ darshan of Lord Alarnath at Brahmgiri in the district during the ‘Anasara’ period of Lord Jagannath and his siblings.

Tata Power Odisha electricity
Over Rs 50 Lakh Power Bill Pending On Nine Govt Colleges In Odisha

The Tata Power Central Odisha Distribution Limited (TPCODL) is facing a tough time with pending electricity dues from nine government colleges under State Higher Education Department.

Land Grabbing
STF Arrests Two Aides Of Gangster Tito In Land Grabbing Case

The Special Task Force of Odisha Crime Branch arrested two associates of notorious gangster Tito alias Seikh Usman Ali in connection with a land grabbing case registered in 2018.

Panchayat polls
Odisha Panchayat Polls To Get Delayed This Time!

The three-tier panchayat elections in Odisha scheduled for February 2022 are likely to get delayed due to inordinate hold-up in completion of the ward delimitation and reservation works by the State government.

Dillip Kumar Pradhan, having seven years of experience in print and digital media, has been writing on politics, crime, education and human interest stories.