In IANS C-Voter State of the Nation 2021 survey, Odisha has emerged ‘most-satisfied’ with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s work. According to the survey, over 78.05 per cent of people in Odisha are completely satisfied with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s performance. While 14.03 per cent people are satisfied to some extent with the Prime Minister's performance, 7.73 per cent people are not satisfied at all. As per reports, Modi has a nett acceptance rating of 84.35 per cent in the state.
Human-animal conflicts continue to surface at an alarming frequency in the State of Odisha. Another incident was reported from a village in Sambalpur where an elephant strayed into human habitation triggering chaos and panic.
Security forces continue to make inroads into Maoist territory. Gaining more ground, a new camp of the Border Security Force (BSF) has come up in the Red corridor.
This looks like a plot from a Bollywood movie. A group of robbers carrying guns resisting police & locals. But this is real and it happened in the forest near Kutasingha village under the Loisinga Police limits of Bolangir district. After a long & tense stand-off, three members of a robbery gang finally surrendered.
Congress MLA Sura Routray came down heavily on the Odisha government over RTI disclosure in connection with the Nayagarh minor girl murder case.
With COVID-19 vaccine kicking off in Odisha, the State Health department reassured public that the vaccine is completely safe. To allay concerns, a senior official of the department said that, there are no side effects and even doctors are taking them.
With praises pouring in for the doctors and scientists of the country for successfully developing COVID-19 vaccine, here comes a beautiful gesture. This is how sand artist Sudam Pradhan captured India’s achievements through his artistic strokes on sand.
After wait of over 10 months, COVID-19 vaccination kicked off at 161 sites, across the districts in Odisha today. Soon after Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the drive, the the first vaccine shot was administered at around 11:05 AM in Odisha.
With the much-awaited COVID-19 vaccination drive, kicking off across the country, we caught up with some of the first recipients of the vaccine in Odisha
Soon after PM Narendra Modi’s formal launch, the first shot of COVID-19 vaccine was administered in Odisha at around 11:05 AM. On Day 1, as many 16,100 people will be administered vaccines today.
PM Narendra Modi rolled out the massive COVID-19 vaccination drive today. In a historic moment, the first vaccine jab was administered at New Delhi AIIMS
PM Narendra Modi congratulated the countrymen while rolling out the COVID-19 vaccination today. Modi said that this massive vaccination drive is proof of India’s competency and capabilities.
Why is father not home? Sonali kept asking her mother, Laxmi. But Laxmi was helpless as the little girl would be devastated to know his father is no more. Watch the story of a martyr from Odisha.
Around 9,000 healthcare workers will be administered vaccine shots in Bhubaneswar in the first phase of Covid-19 inoculation drive. The vaccine will be administered at six different sites from tomorrow. This was informed by the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation Commissioner, Prem Chandra Choudhary today.
Health workers under the banner of Odisha State Male & Female Multipurpose Health Workers/Health Supervisor’s United Association on Thursday (January 14) threatened that they will not take COVID-19 vaccine shots. This decision was taken as a mark of protest against government’s alleged neglect in fixing their designation and cadre.
A big revelation has come to fore in the Nayagarh minor girl murder case. Responding to an RTI plea filed by activist Hemant Panda, the Orissa High Court Public Relations Officer revealed that the High Court has not received any letter from the state government for appointment of a sitting judge to monitor the probe by the Special Investigation Team (SIT).
After a series of crackdowns on illegal food adulteration units in Cuttack, the Commissionerate Police on Friday busted a fake chewing tobacco and pan masala manufacturing unit in the Silver City.
Looking back at the days of the COVID-19 pandemic, it reminds one of the many devastating memories. But normalcy is slowing returning. But the pandemic has also seen numerous transformations - some of them life-changing and inspiring.
In this quaint Village under Naugaon Block of Jagatsinghpur district, this statue has immortalised the sacrifice of a brave son of the soil. This is the statue of Prasanna Sahu (CRPF 61 Battalion), who was martyred in a terror attack in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir in February 2017. And this is the family of Prasanna Sahu. Their world may have been be shattered, but they feel proud in their loss.
In a shameful incident, a youth was detained for allegedly filming a girl secretly in the trial room of a mall. This incident was reported from a shopping mall in the Magurgadia area in Keonjhar on Thursday (January 14).
The nation celebrated 73rd Army Day today. To mark this occasion Indian Army contingents took out a parade at Delhi Cantt.
Citing the development of Kalahandi distirct, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said that the district which once portrayed the image of hunger and poverty has now become the rice bowl of the state. The Chief Minister said this while addressing a mega event in the district on the sidelines of the Indravati Irrigation Project inauguration.
Ahead of the mass inoculation drive across the country, the Odisha Health and Family Welfare Department on Wednesday (January 13) issued guidelines for the COVID-19 vaccination to be carried out from January 16. The vaccination is set to be carried out in around 160 sessions in different districts and Municipal Corporations in Odisha.
In a shocking case, the Commissionerate Police has arrested a youth from Bhubaneswar for duping people looking for kidney donors. The youth allegedly duped lakhs of rupees from several people on the pretext of arranging kidney donors.
Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik inaugurated the Indravati Irrigation project in Kalahandi today. Several cultural programmes were organised for the inauguration ceremony and CM Naveen seemed quite moved by the performance on stage.