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Prime Minister Narendra Modi met his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe

TOKYO:28/10/18: Prime Minister Narendra Modi met his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe at the picturesque city of Yamanashi this morning. PM Modi had tweeted his meeting with Mr Abe will add new vigour to the strong friendship between the two countries as he arrived in Tokyo to attend the 13th India-Japan annual summit. The two-day summit beginning today will seek to review ...

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Odisha chief minister inagurate ‘Rising Odisha Conclave’ in Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar: The narrative around Odisha has changed. This is a Rising Odisha which competes with the best performing States of India, said Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik while attending the ‘Rising Odisha Conclave’ in Bhubaneswar today. Naveen said, some two decades ago, Odisha was in the National Scenario mostly for all the wrong reasons. Once know as a rice deficit State, Odisha ...

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Third Consecutive Win For Team India In Rugby Championship

Bhubaneswar:27/10/18: Sweety Kumari single-handedly won the third match for Team Indian at the Asia Rugby Sevens U18 Girls Championship being played at Kalinga Stadium here on Saturday. In the closely-contested match against Sri Lanka, India came on the top with the score card reading 24-15. Earlier in the day, Team India had an easy win in the one-sided match of 89-0 against ...

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“Eradicate Corruption-Build A New India” at the inaugural ceremony of Vigilance Awareness Week at MCL

Sambalpur:27/10/818: Corruption in the society can effectively be reduced by following a timeline in personal and work life, said Justice Satish Kumar Agnihotri, former Chief Justice of Sikkim High Court Justice Agnihotri was speaking on “Eradicate Corruption-Build A New India” at the inaugural ceremony of Vigilance Awareness Week 2018 at Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL) here on Friday evening. “Over the course ...

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Six officials were placed under suspension in connection with the death of seven elephants in electrocution

Dhenkanal:27/10/18: Six officials were placed under suspension while one was dismissed from service in connection with the death of seven elephants in electrocution at Kamalanga village under Sadar Forest Range in Dhenkanal district last night. Three officials each from the forest department and the Central Electricity Supply Utility of Odisha (CESU) have been suspended for dereliction of duty. The officials who ...

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Coal-Powered thermal power plants and industries is poised Mahanadi Water

Bhubaneswar:27/10/18:Even as both Odisha and Chhattisgarh are at loggers head over distribution of Mahanadi river, the establishment of thermal power plants and industries is poised to further thin down the water sources of the major river, according to a latest study. Addressing media persons, Ranjan Panda, an expert on water issues said “both the states have committed themselves to mining ...

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Anil Dhir has nominated as the Honorary Officer for Odisha Animal Welfare Board

Bhubaneswar:27/10 The Animal Welfare Board of India, a body under the Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, has nominated Anil Dhir as the Honorary State Welfare Officer for Odisha. The newly reconstituted board has appointed three State Welfare Officers and thirty District Welfare Officers. The Animal Welfare Board of India is the nodal statutory advisory body on Animal Welfare Laws ...

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Bhubaneswar will host India’s 1st International Public Art Symposium from 1st November

Bhubaneswar:27/10/18: Bhubaneswar will host India’s 1st International Public Art Symposium (IPAS) from 1st November to 20th November under the auspices of Artists Network Promoting Indian Culture (ANPIC) and Bhubaneswar Development Authority (BDA). Noted artists from 14 countries will be attending and creating sculptures from Waste materials, which will be permanently displayed at a Sculpture Museum provided by BDA for the people ...

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Odisha chief minister present at centenary programme of Maha Samadhi of Sri Siridi Sai

Bhubaneswr:27/10/18: Odisha   chief minister Naveen Pattnaik Blessed to be present at centenary programme of Maha Samadhi of Sri Siridi Sai who preached no religion but love and respect for all. On the solemn occasion, pledge to follow his teachings of love for all and hatred for none and work towards a society free from all ills,Guru Chandra bhanu satpathy and ...

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The 100th EDITION OF Pratibha Ray’S JAGYASENI (ODIA) goes to press

. Bhubaneswar:27/10/18he 100th EDITION OF Pratibha Ray’S JAGYASENI (ODIA) goes to press:A milestone moment for Adya Prakashanee .   The book has been translated into various languages, including English, Hindi, Malayalam, Marathi, Assamese,Gujarati,Sanskrit, Bengali, Nepali and Hungarian. “Pratibha Ray’s meteoric rise to national fame flows mostly from her Yagnaseni (Daughter of Yagnasena in the Mahabharat) which epitomizes the famed Mahabharat heroine Draupadi ...

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