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Odisha Littérateur Indu Bhusan Kar Passes Away

Balasore:8/8/21: Former secretary of Odisha Sahitya Akademi, Dr. Indu Bhushan Kar, passed away on 6th August’21 Friday while undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Bhubaneswar. He was 86. Kar was a drama critic, litterateur, and essayist. He was born on March 12, 1935, at Chandipur village near Bhograi in the Balasore district. After completing his post-graduation from Allahabad University ...

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Black Eagle Books First Book Award 2021 goes to Manas Panda for his Odia short story collection “Eka Mayurapuchhara Kahani”

Ohio:7/8/21:Black Eagle First Book Award was initiated in 2019 to encourage authors to publish their books. This award is given to the first manuscript of the author, in other words, an author who has never published a book before. The award for the year 2021 is” awarded to Manas Panda for his Odia short story collection “Eka Mayurapuchhara Kahani. This is ...

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Book Review:After the Deluge

By Dr. Kanak Hota,Chicago In this bleak moment when mankind reels under the threat of an epidemic that refuses to subside, and natural disasters like flood, fire, and storm threaten in tandem our very existence, there couldn’t have been a more appropriate time for the appearance of a colossally optimistic novel, After the Deluge (Black Eagle Books, USA)a translation of ...

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Book Exhibition by Black Eagle Books at Columbus Metropolitan Library, Ohio USA

Ohio:6/8/21: Black Eagle Books (BEB), a US-based publication house is dedicated to facilitating the propagation and preservation of Odia/Indian literature globally. BEB has been actively publishing and distributing Odia/Indian books since April 2019. A total number of 180 titles have been published till date. To take this effort to the next level, BEB has decided to exhibit its books in ...

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Noted writer Paramita Satpathy To Be Conferred With Sarala Puraskar for her novel ‘Abhipreta Kala’

Bhubaneswar:5/8/21:Noted writer Paramita Satpathy will be awarded the prestigious Sarala Puraskar instituted by IMFA’s charitable wing IMPaCT for her novel ‘Abhipreta Kala’ which has been published by Paschima Publications, Bhubaneswar in the year 2016. Satpathy will be receiving the 42nd edition of the foremost literary award of Odisha. She will be given away cash reward of Rs.5,00,000 (Rupees Five Lakh) ...

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Noted litterateur Ramchandra Behera was conferred with the prestigious Atibadi Jagannath Das Award

Bhubaneswar:28/7/21:o Noted litterateur Ramchandra Behera was n Wednesday conferred with the prestigious Atibadi Jagannath Das Award, the highest literary award of the Odisha Sahitya Akademi. Jyoti Prakash Panigrahi, Minister for Odia Language Literature & Culture Department and Tourism, presented the award to Behera along with a prize amount of Rs 5 lakh at a special function held here today. Apart from Behera, 15 ...

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Odia language www. recite.world was launched by Odisha Governor

Bhubaneswar:24/7/21: A website dedicated to heritage literature of Odia language www. recite.world was launched by Odisha Governor Prof Ganeshi Lal here on the occasion of Niladri Bije on Friday. Dedicating the website to the public, Prof Ganeshi Lal said Odia language is lively, pleasant, and witty. Through this website the young generation will be benefitted, he added. Attending as a speaker, ...

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Ibnebatuti by author Divya Prakash Dubey now available on Storytel

A story of a son who tries to find a boyfriend or a husband for his single mother Divya said, audiobook is a big opportunity and we are witnessing a behaviour change in people Divya Prakash Dubey is one of the bestselling authors whose books have constantly featured in the Nielsen Jagran Bestseller Hindi lists  New Delhi11/7/21:: Ibnebatuti, an audiobook ...

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ପଚାଶ ବର୍ଷରେ ‘ପ୍ରଥମ ପୁରୁଷ’ ( 1971 – 2021 )

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‘Bande Utkala Janani’, written by Kantakabi Laxmikant Mohapatra shall inducted in Class IX and X course

Cuttack: 23/6/21:The patriotic poem s‘Bande Utkala Janani’, written by Kantakabi Laxmikant Mohapatra, will be taught to Class IX and X student from the 2021-22 academic session. In a notification, the Board of Secondary Education stated ‘Bande Utkala Janani’ will be included in the First Language Odia (FLO) syllabus for both Class IX and X. Worth mentioning, last year, the Odisha Cabinet ...

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