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Subadh Kumar Nayak

Subadh Kumar Nayak


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Oil India donates Rs 3.2cr towards free kerosene for Fani-hit Odisha

Bhubaneswar: The Oil India Limited today handed over cheque of Rs 3.2 crore to Odisha Special Relief Commissioner (SRC) to bolster the State government’s efforts in rebuilding and restoration post cyclone Fani. The company’s General...

Four of a family taken ill after consuming bael juice in Balasore

Balasore: At least four persons of a family residing in Hatasahi village under Oupada block here fell ill reportedly after consuming ‘Bela Pana’ (bael fruit juice) last night. Soon after they complained of severe stomach-ache...

Tension in Khurda village as missing minor boy found dead

Khurda: Tension ran high at Kodabereni village under Begunia police limits of Khurda district after locals staged a road blockade on Baghamari-Kantilo main road following the recovery of body of a minor boy this morning....

Odisha BJP Gears Up For Patkura Polls, Holds 'Janamatadhikar Jatra'

Kendrapara: The Patkura unit of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is leaving no stones unturned for the upcoming election for the Assembly seat under Kendrapara parliamentary constituency. Alleging conspiracy at the administrative level over the postponement...

Ancient temples witness destruction dance of cyclone Fani!

Puri/Bhubaneswar/Cuttack: The Fani fury seems not to have spared the State’s ancient places of worship. Post Fani, many of the tourist and pilgrimage places here stands quite defaced. Massive devastation is seen on the premises...

Cyclone Fani severely affects livelihood of potters in Puri

Puri: The livelihood of potters’ community at Kumbharpada of Puri has been severely affected by the devastating cyclone Fani that made landfall in the holy town on May 3. According to reports, houses of around...

Housefly menace post cyclone Fani makes lives of Khurda villagers miserable

As if problems like lack of water and power supply were not enough for the cyclone Fani affected residents of Kantia village under Jatni Tehsil in Khurda district, housefly menace has now added to the...

2 SOG jawans injured in landmine explosion in Malkangiri

Malkangiri: At least two jawans of Special Operations Group (SOG) sustained critical injuries in a landmine explosion reportedly triggered by Maoists in Malkangiri district today. According to reports, the blast took place at Bogapadar hill...

Resentment over lack of power supply post Cyclone Fani brews in Odisha

Jagatsingpur/Bhubaneswar: Resentment is now brewing among people of several parts of Odisha that were ravaged by cyclone Fani over non-restoration of electricity supply.Demanding immediate restoration of power supply, hundreds of locals of Chapada panchayat in...

Eight days on, relief eludes Cyclone Fani victims in Cuttack village

Cuttack: Eight days since cyclone Fani devastated several parts in Odisha, relief still eludes people at Nimeisapur village in Cuttack district. Villagers alleged that despite losing almost everything in the cyclone, they have not got...

Girl arrested on charges of blackmailing & abetting suicide of 'lover'

Nuapada: Police have arrested a girl on charges of blackmailing and abetting suicide of a youth in Nuapada. According to police, the youth, a resident of Khariar area, was in a relationship with the accused,...

Dreaded criminal Manoj Swain arrested after police encounter in Ganjam

Berhampur: After a brief lull, the Ganjam district police, in yet another breakthrough managed to arrest dreaded criminal Manoj Swain following an encounter in Khallikote in the wee hours today. Acting on tip-off about the...

Ambulance dumps woman & her dead child midway in Mayurbhanj

Baripada: Tension ran high in Rairangpur Bisoi Bazaar area Thursday after staff of a 102 ambulance dumped the body of a six-month-old boy and his mother on the way to hospital in Mayurbhanj district. According...

Cyclone Fani pockmarks twin city museums

Bhubaneswar/Cuttack: The museums in the twin cities of Bhubaneswar & Cuttack which are the vanguards of history now seem be crumbling edifices in desperate need of preservation & restoration themselves. Netaji’s Birth Place Museum and...

Cyclone Fani aftermath: Over 1200 first responder-firemen deployed to restore normalcy

Bhubaneswar: Since cyclone Fani tore through the Odisha coast on May 3 paralysing normal life, restoration works are underway on war-footing. Apart from several teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), Orissa Disaster Rapid Action...

Denied AC, Plus-II answer sheet evaluators stage protest

Nayagarh: Evaluation of Plus-II examination answer sheets was hampered at Nayagarh Autonomous College today as more than 150 evaluators boycotted the evaluation and resorted to a demonstration in front of the evaluation centre after being...

Livestock, poultry bear brunt of cyclone Fani

Puri: Cyclone Fani has not only claimed 41 human lives, so far, but also severely affected animals and birds in large numbers. While preliminary estimates suggest that 69.17 lakh animals and birds were affected by...

There's no winning without losing: Odisha’s Chess Grandmaster Swayams Mishra

Bhubaneswar: When the State of Odisha was saddened by the massive devastation caused by cyclone Fani, Swayams Mishra brought some joy by becoming India’s 62nd and Odisha’s second Grandmaster after he achieving his third and...

Odisha to source 5,000 skilled workers to restore electricity in Fani hit areas

Bhubaneswar: Odisha Chief Secretary Aditya Prasad Padhi today informed that around 5,000 skilled workers will be sourced from the neighbouring states for restoration of electricity and mobile connectivity in the cyclone Fani-affected areas of the State....

People flee Bhubaneswar amid acute water, electricity crisis post Fani

Bhubaneswar: Grappling with water shortage, lack of electricity, poor mobile connectivity and cash crunch following cyclone Fani, residents of Bhubaneswar have started heading towards their villages. Crowded scenes were witnessed at ticket counters in Bhubaneswar Railway Station...

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