Odisha Watch – Page 34 – Journalism in the Public Interest

God’s Own People, film on Navakalebara at Cannes

God’s Own People, a film on Navakalebara rituals will be exhibit at Cannes. Internationally acclaimed film producer and director Padmashri Nila Madhab Panda’s documentary God’s Own People will be exhibit…

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Life imprisoned at nursing home

Nursing home has captive life. The state government has failed to provide basic health service to the poor. The state government is undertaking many schemes and projects to provide health…

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LN College Jharsuguda permanent building issue

The permanent building issue of Laxmi Narayan College Jharsuguda has resurfaced. Diffusing the permanent building issue of Laxmi Narayan College Jharsuguda has risen questioned in the public. In the recent…

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‘Language of Koshal is Koshali’

The demand of separate Koshal state is ongoing since a long time. The struggle for recognization of the language is also going on. But a conflict has surfaced regarding naming…

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Children’s Journalism at Raahgiri-2 in Berhampur

Children’s journalism was organised by City Level Children’s Federation of Berhampur on the theme “Save Water’. More than 300 children from 40 slums participated in the second Raahgiri celebration in…

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Green revolution in Bargarh

Aiming green revolution in Bargarh, three mega lift irrigation project has been sanctioned by the state government in Ambabhona block of Bargarh district. Work of these projects has been started….

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Irrigation in Sambalpur by 8 mega projects

Most of the land type in Sambalpur district is rocky. That is one of reasons which makes difficult to ensure irrigation in Kharip season. Out of the 9 blocks of…

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Water crisis at Guderpali

Crisis of water has hit villages of Odisha. A water tank of 40 thousand liter capacity was constructed by Rural Water Supply Section and Sanitation Project at Guderpali of Gaisilet…

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Odisha’s Udayagiri neglected

Udayagiri is one of the important Budhist places of Odisha. But the Archeological Survey of India is neglecting it. It has carved a niche for itself in the Budhist tourist…

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Children at Raahgiri in Berhampur

More than 300 children from 40 slums participated in the first ever Raahgiri celebration in Berhampur city. City Level Children’s Federation participated in activities like drawing competition and rangoli on…

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