As the three-tier Panchayat elections in Odisha inch nearer, anticipation for the polls to the Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) is gradually taking centre stage in the state politics.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday said that a court cannot issue directions to a state government to provide reservation for any class of citizens.
The Odisha Opposition on Sunday targeted the State government over the Panchayat Reservation Law passed recently in the last Assembly Monsoon session, alleging the law as faulty
Reservation guidelines for the upcoming Panchayat elections were notified by the The Odisha Panchayati Raj and Drinking Water Department on Friday taking a step closer to the three-tier panchayat polls scheduled for 2022.
A Biju Janata Dal delegation met Home Minister Amit Shah requesting to conduct a caste-based census in the State
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday decided to refer, to the Constitution Bench, the petitions challenging the provision for reservations in jobs and education to the economically weaker sections (EWS). A bench comprising Chief Justice S.A. Bobde and Justices R. Subhas Reddy and B.R. Gavai said the main plank of the argument from the […]
Bhubaneswar: Will the existing reservations in educational institutions and jobs in Odisha remain within the 50 % bracket or exceed? The question has now become the point of discussion especially in the State after the Supreme Court recently said that the 50 per cent cap on reservation could be re-examined in view of the subsequent […]