The state government initiated the plans in 2009 with an aim to provide a Dubai-like experience to tourists with the ambitious Marine Aquarium project. On January 30, 2009, former Puri MLA Maheswar Mohanty laid the foundation stone for the project near the Urban Haat in Baliapanda which is nearly 200 meter from Puri sea beach.
As per the notification, Rabindra Nath Sahu, IAS(SCS-2009), Secretary, State Election Commission, Bhubaneswar is appointed as Collector & District Magistrate, Nayagarh.
The State government had spent crores for SDCs which are of no use now, alleged opposition leaders.
The Odisha government is apparently making efforts to draw the attention of investors from foreign countries to revive the industrial sector in the State. With such plans, the state has initiated special programmes including 'Make In Odisha'. Even Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik himself has met several top-notch investors in Dubai and Mumbai.
Nikunja Bihari Dhal, IAS (RR-1993), Principal Secretary to Government, Energy Department is allowed to remain in additional charge of Principal Secretary to Government, Excise Department and Chairman, GRIDCO.
The owner will get incentives worth 6% of the ex-showroom price of the new vehicle they buy and a proof certificate
Earlier in August 2022, the BJP had appointed senior leader Sunil Bansal as the Prabhari of Odisha state unit.
The Odisha government on Wednesday organised a curtain raiser for the 3rd edition of Make In Odisha Conclave in Delhi. The event was joined by the CM along with other Ministers and officials.
Addressing the media at a presser, Mohanty said, “I have a serious question for the Naveen-led government. Were the people who lost their lives due to wall collapse (during the floods in the State) not eligible beneficiaries? Why were they not given a ‘pucca’ house under PMAY-G?”
As many as 500 active members of Maoist militia surrendered before Malkangiri Superintendent of Police and Deputy Inspector of General (DIG) of Border Security Force (BSF) at Swabhiman Anchal of Malkangiri district on Monday.
The High-Level Clearance Authority (HLCA) of the Odisha government, held for the 29th time on Wednesday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, approved 10 industrial projects worth Rs 74,620.18 crores.
Such decision has been taken as per the recommendations of the seventh pay commission.
The move will benefit teachers of 488-category aided non-government higher secondary schools in the State.
About Rs 30 lakh has been spent for procuring each van for offering ATM service on the wheels.
Speaking to reporters, Panda said, “The letter from the Chief Secretary serves its purpose. There is an unnecessary controversy created by the BJP and the Centre has been cleared with all the doubts by the CS.”