Tag: Kalyansinghpur

Rayagada Fire Mystery Where 3 Of Family Charred To Death Still Baffles Police
Rayagada Fire Mystery Where 3 Of Family Charred To Death Still Baffles Police

The deceased couple’s severely injured younger son Srikant Behera and his wife Swapna Behera are still battling for life at the SCB Medical College and Hospital in Cuttack. 

  • Monday, 21 March 2022
287 PMAY work orders distributed in Kalyansinghpur

Kalyansinghpur: A total of 287 work orders under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) were distributed today to beneficiaries in Kalyansinghpur block of Rayagada district. Besides, 16 villagers received work orders under the Biju Pucca Ghar Yojana in a programme at Kalyansinghpur. Moreover, 780 beneficiaries were also given old age pension. “Work order under Pradhan […]

  • Monday, 26 July 2021
People of 5 panchayats in Rayagada left in lurch as temporary bridge snaps

Rayagada: It is now testing times for Puspalata Kaushalya, a resident of Kalyansinghpur block after the sole means of communication in her region was washed away in flash floods early this week. The expectant mother is now worried as there seems to be no option for her family to rush her to hospital in case […]

  • Monday, 26 July 2021
Unrequited love: Youth attacks girl with knife

Rayagada: A youth has been arrested for attacking and injuring a 23-year-old with a knife at Kanipai village under Kalyansinghpur police limits, police said on Saturday. The accused Kuruma Praska has been arrested basing on the complaint filed by the victim’s family. According to reports,  Kuruma had stabbed the girl after she rejected his love […]

  • Saturday, 24 July 2021
Woman gives birth on road as ambulance fails to reach on time

Rayagada: Exposing the sorry state of the health sector in Odisha, an expectant mother delivered a baby on the roadside as ambulance reportedly failed to respond to the emergency call on time at Kalyansinghpur in Rayagada district. According to reports, the woman had developed labour pain late on Saturday night and it was only at […]

  • Friday, 23 July 2021
When there are no roads, there’s will to carry patient in arms!

Rayagada: Once again poor road connectivity and infrastructure forced a man to carry his ailing sister in arms to the hospital in Kalyansinghpur block of Rayagada district. Bama Sika had to cover a distance of 5 kms on foot to rush his sister Kuni of Parsali panchayat to Kalyansinghpur community health center (CHC) on Saturday. […]

  • Friday, 23 July 2021
Maoists oppose road construction, torch 10 vehicles in Kalyansinghpur

Rayagada: Maoists have unleashed terror by torching ten vehicles including four tractors, JCB machine and four motorcycles in Rayagada’s Kalyansinghpur block late on Saturday night. According to reports, the ultras set fire to the vehicles protesting the ongoing Melkojoba-Niyamgiri road construction work at Narengtola village. Also Read: Maoists torch JCB machines protesting illegal sand lifting […]

  • Friday, 23 July 2021
Ambulance fails again: Patient carried to hospital on sling

Rayagada: Poor road connectivity led to failure of ambulance services following which a woman patient had to be carried on a sling for nearly 10 kms to reach the hospital in Kalyansinghpur block of Rayagada district. According to reports, the family members of Sikka Langudi were forced to carry her to the hospital on a […]

  • Friday, 23 July 2021
Illegal Sand Smuggling: Kalyansinghpur Tehsildar begins probe

Rayagada: To trail an inter-state sand smuggling racket, the officials of district administration today reached Bhalumaska railway station to conduct a probe into the illegal transportation of sand here in Kalyansinghpur of the district. The Tehsildar conducted a probe in the presence of local police, sources said. The matter came to light when local people […]

  • Friday, 23 July 2021
Sand smuggling bid by goods train foiled in Kalyansinghpur

Bhubaneswar: Close on the heels of busting a major racket smuggling sand by goods train in Cuttack, the district administrative officials on Friday foiled a similar bid in Kalyansinghpur of Rayagada district. The matter came to light after the Revenue department officials conducted a surprise check at Bhalumaska station and found that tonnes of sand […]

  • Friday, 23 July 2021
Superstitions led expectant mother to bleed for hours before being rescued

Rayagada: Superstition and inhumanity touched heights after family members of an expectant mother denied to touch her, leave alone carry her to the hospital in Kalyansinghpur late on Friday night. The incident reported from Singhamuhi village under Karapa Panchayat took place when the woman complained of labour pain yesterday. Soon, an Asha worker reached and […]

  • Friday, 23 July 2021
Flood-hit residents use rafts to cross bridgeless Kalyani River

Rayagada: Thousands of residents in four gram panchayats of Kalyansinghpur block rely on bamboo rafts as the only mode to cross bridgeless Kalyani River which puts their lives at stake on a daily basis. Communication problems have worsened in the interior areas following floods last month which washed away several bridges and approach roads, affecting […]

  • Friday, 23 July 2021
Bike ambulance, Maa Gruhas in offing for expectant mothers in Rayagada

Rayagada: With an aim to provide better healthcare facility to expectant mothers in Rayagada, the district administration has decided to set up two Maa Gruhas and a delivery point in Kalyansighpur block. The administration is also planning to introduce a bike ambulance in the block. Rayagada Collector Guha Punam Tapas Kumar informed that after identifying […]

  • Thursday, 22 July 2021
Opposition slams Odisha government over poor healthcare

Bhubaneswar: Delivery of healthcare services both in rural and urban areas is in a shambles, alleged Leader of Opposition Narasingha Mishra. Mishra’s statements came after a pregnant woman was shifted to a hospital on a ‘bamboo raft’ owing to floods in Kalyansinghpur block in Rayagada district here on Friday. The shocking visual of the woman […]

  • Thursday, 22 July 2021
Hirakud to release first flood water on July 23

Sambalpur: Following rise in water level due to incessant rains triggered by low pressure in the upper catchments areas of Mahanadi, the Hirakud dam will release the season’s first flood water on July 23. Official sources said, the gates of the dam would be opened for discharge of flood waters after ceremonial puja at around 10 am, […]

  • Thursday, 22 July 2021