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Writer,Poet and Lyricist Dr.Debasis Panigrahi

Dr.Debasis Panigrahi is a popular and critically acclaimed writer of short stories, short fiction, novella, and novel from Odisha, an eastern state of India. He writes in Odia, a regional language, which because of its great antiquity and rich literary heritage, has been accorded the status of a classical language of India. He has so far published nine collections of ...

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ECI releases an Atlas on General Elections 2019

Newdelhi:18/6/21:Chief Election Commissioner, Shri Sushil Chandra along with Election Commissioner Shri Rajiv Kumar and Election Commissioner Shri Anup Chandra Pandey released ‘General Elections 2019 – An Atlas’ on June 15, 2021. Shri Sushil Chandra commended the officers of the Commission for compiling this innovative document and hoped that this would inspire academicians and researchers to further explore the vast landscape ...

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Journey of Women Scientists: From Break in Career to become Patent Professionals

Newdelhi:17/6/21:An inspiring journey of 100 women scientists who returned to science after a break in career has been documented into a book form. The women scientists featured here had to discontinue their pursuit of career in science due to family responsibilities and social reasons. The book, which chronicles their journey to restart their career despite several obstacles, can be a ...

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Odisha Chief Minister released a Collection of Poems ‘Beyond Here and Other Poems’ Written by senior bureaucrat Sri Bishnupada Sethi

Bhubaneswar:11/6/21:  Hon’ble CM Sri Naveen Patnaik today released a Collection of Poems ‘Beyond Here and Other Poems’. Written by senior bureaucrat Sri Bishnupada Sethi, ‘Beyond Here and Other Poems’ is a collection of 61 poems published by Har Anand Publications, New Delhi. The poems are a reflection of a spectrum of experiences of life, perception of death, and a philosophical ...

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Dr Subhendu Mund well-known Odia poet, critic, lyricist, story writer,translator and lexicographer passed away

BHUBANESWAR:28/5/21Dr. Subhendu Mund well-known Odia poet, critic, lyricist, story writer, translator, and lexicographer. passed away suffering from covid19 at the age of 70. He started his teaching career in 1973 as a Lecturer in English and has held positions both as a teacher, Head of English Department, and as an educational administrator, finally retiring as Principal, BJB Autonomous College in 2009. ...

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Black Eagle Books, USA launches new short story collection by Lalit Das

Bhubaneswar:24/5/21: Black Eagles Book, USA announced the release of “Haata Muthare Jibana“, a collection of short stories by Lalit Das, IPS, Additional Director General of Police (ADG) Headquarters, in February 2021. The book has been well received by readers of varying sections, both in India and the diaspora too. Despite a career in policing and its challenges, the author had ...

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Odisha Chief Minister announced International Literary Award in memory of eminent litterateur Manoj Das

Bhubaneswar: 4/5/21: Odisha  Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today announced International Literary Award in memory of eminent litterateur Manoj Das who passed away on April 27. Patnaik also announced to set up a library and museum at the birth place of Das. He said that the award carrying cash of Rs 10 lakh will be presented to Odia writers for creative ...

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A Gandhian Affair – India’s Curious Portrayal of Love in Cinema’ review: All the Mahatma’s men

HARI NARAYAN The worldview of Satyapriya, an engineer in the urban India of the late 1940s, is shaped by an unflinching commitment to truth as well as his grounding in Bhagavad Gita and the Upanishads. His short life as an uncompromising idealist, influenced by the ideals of the freedom movement, is marked by a total disavowal of wealth and desires. Sanjay Suri’s book ...

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Eminent Litterateur, Editor, and Columnist Manoj Das passed away

Balasore/Puducherry:27/4/21: Eminent Litterateur, Editor, and Columnist Manoj Das from Odisha passed away today evening while undergoing treatment at a hospital in Puducherry. He was 87. Das was suffering from age-related ailments and admitted to the hospital for the past few months. He was the foremost bilingual Odia writer and a master of dramatic expression both in his English and Odia short ...

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History of Odisha represents the historical strength of entire India: PM

Newdelhi:9/4/21:The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi released the Hindi translation of the book ‘Odisha Itihaas’ written by ‘Utkal Keshari’ Dr. Harekrushna Mahtab. The book, available in Odia and English so far, has been translated into Hindi by Shri. Shankarlal Purohit. Union Minister Shri Dharmendra Pradhan and Shri Bhartruhari Mahtab MP(LS), Cuttack were also present on the occasion. Speaking on the ...

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