December 2016 – Odisha Watch

Model Code of Conduct– V

Public Servants A public servant shall remain absolutely impartial during the election and he / she shall not indulge in any campaigning activities for or against any contesting candidate or…

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Model Code of Conduct – IV

Party/Parties in Power and Persons holding public offices The Party/Parties in power whether in the Centre or in the State shall ensure that no cause is given for any complaint…

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Model Code of Conduct III

Polling Area & Polling Day (1)  All political parties and candidates shall co-operate with the officers on Poll duty. (2)  No party or candidate shall, on the date on which…

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Model Code of Conduct- II

Meeting & Procession: Canvassing & Propaganda (1) No Political Party or Candidate shall give any gratification to any voter or group of voters which may prevent the voter(s) from exercising…

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MODEL CODE OF CONDUCT (1)

General Conduct (1)        No political party or candidate shall use any words either spoken or written, or commit any act or otherwise, which shall, on grounds of religion, sex, place…

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Code of Conduct in force for Panchayat election

The Government of Odisha in the Panchayati Raj Department have by order under section 12 of the Odisha Grama Panchayat Act 1964 published in the official Gazette on 23/12/2016 called…

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Six lane bridge over Brahmani

Today Union Minister for Tribal affairs Shri Juel Oram and Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas Shri Dharmendra Pradhan called on Union Minister for Road Transport Shri Nitin Gadkari…

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Landless urge collector to avail homestead land

More than 50 people from Kusanpuri village of Barpali block urged the district collector of Bargarh to avail the homestead land promised to them. As per the source, around 30…

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Vector borne diseases on the rise

It is alarming that incidences of vector borne diseases like Malaria and Dengue in the state is on the rise despite efforts by the government to control it. Malaria incidences…

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Condition of ITs in Odisha

In a rather disturbing development, number of enrollments and pass outs from technical institutions in the state is on the decline. Engineering schools and colleges, ITIs, institutions teaching IT courses-…

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