Mo Bus services launched in Rourkela. City bus service rolled out ahead of Hockey World Cup. Residents of city delighted to get new bus service. Cheap travel fares helping people a lot. 30 Mo Buses operating in city in first phase. Mo Bus service covers most roadways in city. More buses will be rolled out as per requirement.
Hockey World Cup fever grips Bhubaneswar. Festive mood among residents of the Smart City. Moment of immense pride for Odisha. Painter Dibyajyoti Martha showcases historic occasion. Dibyajyoti has painted a piece of art on a saree. It took nearly 4 days for her to complete the work. She wants to present it to CM Naveen Patnaik.
Top Stories Of The Day | January 8 | Odisha | Pratidin | OTV News English
Cloth Bag ATM a new attraction in Indore. This machine fetches cloth bags to customers. Each bag made from biodegradable cloth costs Rs 10. Customer can pay cash, UPI to buy cloth bags. Cloth bags a pollution free alternative to plastics. Cloth bags last longer and are easy to carry. Indore Municipal Corporation’s laudable initiative. Cloth bag ATM aims to reduce plastic use in city.
The ripple effect of caste census in Bihar is having a big impact in Odisha as not only the Bharatiya Janata Party and Congress but also the backward classes have now cornered the BJD-led state government for dragging its feet on it.
Sonepur administrative authorities have launched an investigation into the allegations of shocking rice scam at the PEG RRC godown in Binika area of the district. The district supply department has registered a case against the concerned agent named Bimali Bharati and the godown owner at Binika police station.
School and Mass Education (S&ME) Minister Samir Ranjan Dash on Saturday said that as many as 96 teachers are absent from their duty for a long time in the State. Dash said there is no information about the whereabouts of the teachers. The teachers had been appointed as Sikhya Sahayaks at various schools.
There seems to be no respite from cold wave conditions in Odisha as minimum temperature dropped to below 10 degrees at several places on Sunday.
This clip is a unique look into an extraordinary tale. Very people would be aware that there is a place in Odisha which witnessed the second most horrific encounter between the colonial British and Indians fighting for their Independence.
Top Stories Of The Day | January 6 | Odisha | Pratidin | OTV News English
Cold wave is sweeping across Odisha. Normal life has been affected due to considerable drop in the minimum or night temperature in different parts of the state.
The annual census of birds in the world-famous backwaters of Bhitarkanika National Park in Odisha’s Kendrapara district began early Friday morning. The head counting exercise began at around 5:30 AM in the morning. As many as 17 teams have been deployed for the counting of the migratory birds in the National Park.
24 school teachers of Nabarangpur district have paid a heavy price for remaining absent from their duty for over 12 years. All of them have been disengaged from their jobs.
Unique protest for permanent employment! Protestors play instruments, sing songs. Thousands of Arts and Sports teachers stage dharna in Bhubaneswar. Protest was launched on Dec 5, still continues. All of them were appointed in various UP schools on part-time basis.
At a time when the Odisha government is making tall claims of laying emphasis on bringing the government schools at par with the private schools, there are still many schools which are struggling with lack of teachers and infrastructure.