The student was first rushed to Koida Community Health Centre (CHC) and later shifted to Ispat General Hospital (IGH) after his health condition deteriorated. However, he succumbed to his injuries last night.
The deceased has been identified as Ramesh Chatamba, owner of the roadside eatery. The injured was identified as Ram Purti.
Some of the villagers put a question mark on the intention behind burying such a huge quantity of rice when poor people are not getting the food grains.
Despite objection from her parents and relatives, Nilamati married her love Sadan who got his left leg amputated some months back.
Motiram Pal, a logistics manager of the company, was found dead in a pool of blood at the company’s guesthouse located near Barsuan under Lahunipada police limits.
Development is still a distant dream for the people in this inaccessible Mutuhanuman village under Koida block of Sundargarh district.
There are numerous schemes for the poor in the state, but is the implementation up-to-the-mark? While the BJD-led Odisha government continues to boast of adequate healthcare facilities in the rural belt, the ground reality tells a different tale.
Premises of the Bonai sub-divisional hospital in Sundargarh were flooded after sudden spell of rain, causing inconvenience to patients and attendants. Patients availing treatment as well as their attendants were seen walking through the waterlogged corridors of the hospital.
Lalu Prasad Bhoi and Aryan Ekka, who are driving force of tomorrow, have proved that taking birth in a poor family is not a hindrance to follow your dreams.
The police also rescued the deceased’s 35-year-old mentally challenged daughter from the house.
Drinking water scarcity will play the deciding factor in Sundargarh, MGNREGA, Procurement dominant in Nuapada
These visuals from Bargaon area in Odisha’s Sundargarh district show how a man has climbed to the top of a tree. For reasons unknown, the man climbed atop the huge tree and refused to come down.
Appreciation is pouring in for Md. Rizban, who works as a grease mechanic at a garage near Shankara bypass in Sundargarh district, after he turned a Good Samaritan by returning a cash-full money purse to its original owner.
Meet Matilda Kullu from Odisha who has featured in Forbes India W-Power 2021 list. Forty five year-old Kullu is an ASHA (Accredited Social Health Activist) worker in Gargadbahal village under Baragaon Tehsil in Sundargarh district. Kullu may be earning only Rs 4500 a month, but she has selflessly devoted her life to looking after 964 people in the area for the last 15 years.
Dense fog enveloped Sundargarh region of Odisha, indicating the onset of the winter season. Though the fog adversely affected the visibility in the area, locals and tourists were seen enjoying a morning stroll in this chilly weather.