Odisha Watch – Page 35 – Journalism in the Public Interest

Govt. failed to open LAC and produce milk

The state government had decided to open one Livestock Aid Centre (LAC) in each panchayat 5 years ago to develop livestock. Fund was also allotted for the same. But the…

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Illegal Occupying Government Quarter by MLAs

Answering to BJP MLA Dillip Ray’s question, Chief Minister Naven Pattnaik informed the Odisha Assembly that, 3 former ministers and 6 former MLAs who are not members of the present…

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Koshal Observed BLACK DAY

Koshal region observed black day on April 1st while rest of Odisha was celebrating Odisha Divas on April 1st commemorating the formation of separate Odisha state on 1 April 1936….

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Odisha Assembly on fire with farmer’s suicide issue

The suicide of Nandighosh Barik (55), a farmer of Harbhanga village of Agalpur block in Balangir, who had committed suicide on March 23 due to crop loss, loan burden and…

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Padmashri to Haldhar, recognition to Kosali

Haldhar Nag, born at non-descript Baidpali village but due to spreading of hazardous diarrhea they moved to his aunt’s (father’s sister) house at Ghess of Bargarh to settle permanently. His…

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Rotavirus vaccine launched from BBSR

Union Health minister JP Nadda today launched the rotavirus vaccine nationwide from Bhubaneswar today as part of the central government’s immunisation programme for protecting children from diarrhea. Union Petroleum minister…

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Koshal office inauguarated

Office of the Koshal State Coordination Committee has been inaugurated at Kuruan Gram Panchayat. This office will regulate and coordinate the separate state movement at the Panchayat level in Kuruan…

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Gap in success and target in check dam projects

Check dam projects were initiated in 2010-11 to conserve water from small water sources and use them further for irrigation. Odisha government had target of construction of 15000 projects from 2010…

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The contribution of Kalahandi to the art and culture of Odisha is immense, and the most significant is the Ghumra dance. The dance has been instrumental in giving Kalahandi a…

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Banabadi is a traditional dance of Gour caste in Kalahandi district. It is performed with two players in a competitive manner and also played with a group of eight to…

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