Boudh located in western part of Odisha is famous for its century-old aesthetically built temples, ancient Buddha statues and caves. It has spread Saivism, Vaishnavism along with a number of other shrines. The natural beauty and glamour of these places keep the visitors spellbound.
As per IMD, the system is likely to move nearly northwestwards across Madhya Pradesh during next 48 hours.
People across Jharsuguda, Sundargarh, Bargarh, Kalahandi, Nuapada, Deogarh, Sonepur, Boudh and Bolangir staged dharnas and also hit the streets seeking formation of a separate Koshal state
Malkangiri recorded the highest maximum temperature of 36 degree Celsius on Sunday.
The officials of the State CT (commercial tax) and GST (goods and services tax) on Saturday recovered Rs 5.68 crore following raid on two textile traders in Boudh.
As per sources, the second system may intensify into a depression triggering heavy rainfall. The enhanced rainfall activity may dampen the Independence Day celebrations in the State on August 15.
All the party members and activists of Boudh district took part in the programme and listened to the Prime Minister's address to the nation.
Even after urging the state government several times for the construction of a bridge over the river, their requests failed to yield any results. In the absence of a bridge, they used to cross the swelling river during monsoon. The district administration’s failure to construct the bridge finally prompted these villagers to come up with a temporary bridge at their own expense.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday predicted heavy rainfall activities in several parts of the State till July 26, 2022.
After witnessing incessant rainfall last week, Odisha is all set to get some relief as no major warning for heavy rainfall has been issued by the India Meteorological Department for the next 2 to 3 days.
While trying to cross the nullah, two cycles of the students were washed away by the floodwater. Luckily, two students got narrowly saved from being swept away
According to IMD, this year for the first time, Bolangir and Titlagarh are the two cities that crossed 45 degrees Celsius mark on Thursday with the temperatures climbing to 45.3 and 45.2 degrees respectively.
As per Bhubaneswar Meteorological Centre, high humidity may make life miserable in most parts of the coastal areas during the period.
some locals witnessed a gemstone-like material during the digging of the pond two days ago and since then, people have been thronging the area daily to try their luck.
The incident reported from Saradhapalli under Sagada panchayat of the district has now become the talk of the town after a video of the gem rush went viral on social media.
Issuing ‘Yellow Warning’ to the above mentioned districts, the IMD bulletin also states that maximum temperature is likely to be above normal by 3 to 5 degree Celsius at many places over districts of interior Odisha and likely to be above normal by 2 to 3 degree Celsius at a few places of coastal Odisha during next four to five days.