Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation is all set to get its first woman mayor. These are the top three candidates who have thrown their hats into the ring…
As per the available data, neighbouring states like Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh have a lower unemployment rate than Odisha
Only 59 percent Odisha beneficiaries of the PM Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana (PMGKAY) voted for BJP in Panchayat polls. The number is 67 percent In 'UPYOGI' state
Analysis shows how DBT has reaped a rich harvest for the BJP in the Assembly elections held after 2015.
Mayoral candidates of all three important parties have no clue about the poor scoring by Smart BMC in Municipal Index. No outlook on gaps and vision spelt so far
Known more for 'Mukka-Laat' than legislation prowess, Jagdev is known as Dus Numbri for having 10 grave criminal cases pending ranging from 3 - 30 years. But with zero conviction rate
A voter analysis shows that among the 45-47 percent turnout, slum voters account for a lot of around 30 percent votes. As a consequence, the slum electors are key in tilting the victory scale.
The CAPE value in Bhubaneswar will breach the 2000J/Kg level on March 20 which may trigger a thunderstorm
The lesson from UP looks more relevant in Odisha where CM Naveen Patnaik has been the biggest 'beneficiary' of such voting practice
Opposition In UP has two dynamites - Hathras and Lakhimpur Kheri. But they failed to breach BJP's UP citadel
In this video we are gonna let you know about the details and background of candidates you are going to vote for.
While urban males in Odisha are less progressive than their rural counterparts, the urban women seem more assertive about their sexual rights vis-a-vis their rural counterpart
The 'liquid courage' is the driving force behind violence, Because, only 22 percent of married women have faced any form of violence even when their husbands are not addicted to drinking
While BJP choose the political strategy of putting eggs in 'popular' basket, the picking of a sitting RS MP shows a safe play by BJD
Today, the petrol price per litre in Odisha hovers between Rs101-107/lit and diesel at Rs 91-97/l