Odisha is the first state in the country to be formed on linguistic basis. But these big tech giants such as Google, Facebook and Youtube have not recognized Odia as a language. Why?
There is a delay in the completion of projects ranging from 13- 43 years. The state could create only 24 per cent of the targeted irrigation potential
The unemployment cauldron is hot in Odisha. Both PLFS and CMIE show unemployment rate high in youth age group
With the plot proving successful and post winning big in the urban elections concluded very recently, the Budget 2022-23 (I) has allocated a sum of Rs 3,964 cr for Urban Development
Though Budget 2022-23 (I) has hiked the allocation for Rural Development to a record high, provisioning for MGNREGA kept at Rs 2001 cr vis-a-vis Rs 2001 cr in 2021-22
The Eco Survey shows inflation in edible oils, fuel, light (power rates), transport and communication is highest in the country
The Eco-Survey shows how Odisha's economic growth rate has been volatile over the years. State up by 2 ranks in per capita income in the last 10-yrs
On April 7, as many as 12 districts in the State are predicted to record a maximum temperature of over 42 deg C
Among the top violators of DoPT norm, prominent faces that figure in the list are Tuhin Kanta Pandey, CJ Venugopal, AK Meena, Saswata Mishra and VK Pandian
The split voting pops out in voting for Mayor and Corporator in the BMC polls. The poll data since 2019 shows winning chances of BJP is linked with higher turnout
Post drastic fall in vote share and loss in 2019 in Barbati-Cuttack, CM Patnaik fielded Subash Singh to test the Mahanadi waters
To step into BJD boots, the Opposition has to give recognition to front foot soldiers, not to backroom boys
BJD's sheer dominance has been observed in both rural and urban landscape. It won 90 percent ZPs and 70 percent Civic chief posts
In this video we are going to show you 'the other side'. The other side, who are finding it difficult to accept The Kashmir Files , who believe that is movie is nothing but propaganda.
As per a CERC 2020-2021 order, Odisha with an APCC of Rs 2.46 per unit has the lowest power purchase cost in the country