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Tag: Ulb

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Berhampur Gets Smarter, 1st In Odisha To Have Underground Waste Bins

Berhampur: Launching a first of its kind initiative to fulfil Mahatma Gandhi’s dream of a clean India, the Berhampur Municipal Corporation (BeMC) is all set to operate underground garbage bin facility, a system with semi-underground dustbins placed on the roadside to store wet and dry garbage. With this, the city has become the first Municipal […]

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Civic body polls: Administrators appointed in 66 ULBs after expiry of tenure

Bhubaneswar: After the five-year tenure of 65 urban local bodies (ULBs) and Berhampur Municipal Corporation (BeMC) ended today, the State government appointed administrators to manage the affairs in these civic bodies. Ganjam Collector was appointed administrator of the Berhampur Municipal Corporation. Similarly, district Collectors have been appointed administrators of Angul, Balasore, Bhadrak, Dhenkanal, Jagatsinghpur, Jajpur, […]

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Odisha plans 'water melas' in urban pockets

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government Saturday decided to organise ‘water melas’ in all the urban local body (ULB) areas to spread awareness among the public on water purity. The government move has been prompted by reports of water-borne diseases like jaundice and diarrhoea coming in from different towns of the state. A direction for organising the […]

Civic polls: SEC asks govt to complete ward delimitation by Jan 2018

Bhubaneswar: The State Election Commission (SEC) has asked the government to initiate preparations for urban local body (ULB) polls and complete ward delimitation by January 2018. In a letter to the Urban Development department, secretary of the SEC RN Sahu asked the government to finish delimitation of 93 ULBs. Term of 66 ULBs including the […]

Campaigning ends for Nov 22 urban polls in western Odisha

Campaigning for the November 22 urban local body (ULB) elections in 20 ULBs of nine districts of western Odisha came to an end today with leaders of all the parties wooing the voters

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