By-Nidhi Sinha Bhubaneswar, Nov 26: Most Odisha government-run universities in the state are still not giving any recognition to the third gender despite the Supreme Court and related legislations batting for creating equal opportunities for the community. This is against several central universities and state run universities in other neighbouring states...
By-Pramit Karmakar Bhubaneswar, Nov 22: The School and Mass Education Department today announced continuing with their plan to merge smaller schools but made some minor changes after political uproar inside and outside the Odisha Assembly. School and Mass Education Department Minister Sameer Ranjan Das today said that the government decided to...
Bhubaneswar, Nov 22: The State government in its written statement submitted before the Odisha Legislative Assembly today admitted that a total of 8.9 lakh educated youths from the state are jobless. The data was furnished by the State Skill Development Minister Pramananda Nayak. He told the House that as per...
By: Pramit Karmakar Bhubaneswar, Nov 17: Several traders in the smart city soon after hearing about ban on cracker sales, roped in several other alternatives to lighten the spirits of Diwali enthusiasts. Buoyed by the concept of selling 'Made in India' products, several traders tried their hands with indigenous products...
By: Pramit Karmakar Cuttack, Nov 12: At a time when the COVID 19 outbreak has led to loss of business for Cuttack traders, the recent ban on crackers has proved to be a double whammy for them during this Diwali. Several traders indulged in Diwali fire crackers trading are now...
By Manish Kumar on 10 November 2020 Odisha and Chattisgarh host 71 percent of the elephant population from eastern zone of India. As per reports, in last 6 years, 527 people have been killed by elephants in Odisha alone. The states have been experimenting with seed balls, drones, alarm machines...
By: Pramit Karmakar  Bhubaneswar, Nov 8: At a time when several private labs are advertising and giving good offers to encourage people in Odisha to undertake COVID 19 antibody tests, doctors claim that it not very much needed by the masses. Antibodies in human bodies help in fighting against invasion of...
Blink News Service Bhubaneswar, Nov 2: The Odisha government which had been flaunting its good rankings in disaster management and other sectors now seems to be on a backfoot. The recently-released Public Affairs Index 2020 by a Bangalore-based think tank Public Affairs Centre has put Odisha at the bottom two on three...
Staff Writer@Blink Bhubaneswar, May 31: Ganjam district of Odisha Saturday became the first district across the state to report more than 400 cases of COVID 19, data from the State Health Department said. According to the latest update, the district which has seen sudden flow of lakhs of migrants back to...
By-Pramit Karmakar  Bhubaneswar, May 27: Odisha on Wednesday saw rise of 76 new cases of COVID 19 as the government reached testing 1,36,274 samples in the state by May 27, the state government said. With the 76 new cases, the state till now reported a total of 1517 positive cases of...