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Political Consensus in an Alternative Space Friday, January 16, 2015 By Santosh K. Patra and Sumana Khan  Time and space have been the biggest driver and negotiator of “civilizational” journey of human space. Individual space is constantly defined through the time and space s/he lives in. Be it ancient, medieval or mo... Development of Wetland Helps Farmers Most Friday, January 16, 2015 By Prof. Dr. P. K. Jena; India like most parts of the world with increasing population, agricultural and industrial activities as well as with rapid urbanization, is experiencing increasing water scarcity. As a result, per capita water availability is fast declining in recent years. ... Doubts over title Issued under Forest Rights Act in Odisha's Malkangiri District Friday, December 26, 2014 By Sarada Lahangir Two years ago when Laxman Pujari, 48, a resident of Korapali village of Mathili block, Malkangiri district, got land Patta under the Forest Right Act 2006, he was very happy. He thought that now his misery will come to an end. For Laxman, getting right over... Debt Bondage in Odisha - A Rueful Sketch Wednesday, December 17, 2014 By Ghasiram Panda  Debt bondage still persists almost forty years after the enactment of the Bonded Labor System (Abolition) Act in 1976. One of the main reasons for its persistence is the state’s continued reluctance to recognize the prevalence of this system and ... Focus on Children: Need to move from shelving to primacy Monday, December 15, 2014 By Naba Kishor Pujari  The Nobel Peace Prize to India’s leading social activist Mr.Kailas Satyarthi and crusader of Girls education, Pakistani GirlMalala Yousafzai has brought a dawn in the millions of children in the world, especially in the south Asia whose lives... Neglecting Sponge Iron Industries makes Odisha Poorer Tuesday, December 09, 2014 By Prof. Dr. P. K. Jena; Iron and steel production is the biggest metallurgical industry in India which is meeting the fast growing demands of steel in various sectors. The major raw materials required for iron production are iron ore and coal.  M... The Eucalyptus Plantation menace in Koraput region of Odisha Tuesday, November 25, 2014 By   Ranjit K Sahu,  Bidyut Mohanty, Ravi Shankar Behera  The recent visit of Mr. Baijayanta Panda Member of Parliament of Kendrapada to the District of Koraput brought to limelight how the fortune of people has been changing due to introduction of cultivation ... Hazardous Urban Solid Wastes Management - Need of the Hour Sunday, November 23, 2014 By Prof. Dr. P. K. Jena; The Urban Solid Waste (USW) management has assumed greater importance in recent years for cities of India, in view of their location in sensitive areas and hazardous effect on environment and public health.  The urban soli... Window Seat | Mrinal Chatterjee Friday, February 17, 2017 Engaging Persons with Disability Development of Public Service Broadcasting in India: Roles, Challenges and Possibilities Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Window Seat | Mrinal Chatterjee Friday, February 17, 2017 Engaging Persons with Disability Challenges before Odisha government to implement mother tongue based early childhood education in tribal areas Tuesday, November 04, 2014 By Badal Tah, In the month of July 2014, Odisha State Government, in the presence of Tribal Minister, Mass Education Minister, Director(ST), Commissioner-cum-Secretary of WCD Department and Director-Social Welfare, has launched New Arunima primers on Early Childhood Education(ECE) i... Amplify your voices, break the silence Tuesday, November 04, 2014 By Urja Bhuyan ‘Masoomiyat’ happens to be a group of school going teens, trying to break the monologue of being a statistic among many other movements that are working against child sexual abuse.  They’re working to break the muteness that p... Odia Cinema in Indian Panorama Sunday, October 19, 2014 By Ashok Palit International   Film Festival of India better known as IFFI, is among the oldest film festivals in the Asian continent. Beginning 1952, the festival has acted as a platform for popularisation of Indian cinema to a global audience while acting as an int... Durga Puja entices in Odia film Monday, October 06, 2014 By Ashok Palit; Durga Puja has always been portrayed in our films with a certain amount of grandeur that always makes it appear larger than life. The dance, the backdrop, the rich costumes, the vibrant music but above all, the emotions attached to Durga Puja.  Whether love, hat...

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Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik paying floral tributes to the departed leader Pyari Mohan Mohapatra at Biju Patnaik International Airport on 20-3-2017.
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik paying floral tributes to the departed leader Pyari Mohan Mohapatra
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