Incessant rains triggered by a low pressure in Bay of Bengal which caused havoc in many parts of Odisha on Saturday throwing normal life out of gear, has improved today. State Relief Commissioner (S
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today claimed that there was neither any casualty nor any major breakdown due to heavy rains that lashed across the state yesterday. In a statement, Mr Patnaik sa
The Odisha government on Sunday said there is no flood-like situation in any part of the state despite incessant rain.
Braving incessant rains, thousands of devotees on Sunday thronged the holy town of Puri to witness Bahuda Yatra, the return journey of Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra, Lord Sudarshan and Devi Subhadra
Odisha Disaster Rapid Action Force(ODRAF) units were deployed to evacuate the people from the submerged areas and hundreds of high powered pumps were pressed to flush out the rain waters as hea
The Odisha cabinet on Saturday decided to amend the Odisha Motor Vehicle Taxation Act to reduce tax on personal vehicles, proposing to reduce the tax slabs to three - 6 per cent, 8 per cent and 10 per
Odisha decides to bring all RSBY and BKKY families to a uniform platform of Rs one lakh insurance coverage
Odisha government today decided to bring all RSBY and BKKY families to a uniform platform of Rs one lakh health insurance coverage and an additional top of uniform Rs four lakh from the Odisha st
Heavy rains triggered by a low pressure in the Bay of Bengal has crippled normal life in many places across odisha and flooded the twin city of Bhubaneswar and Cuttack besides the holy city of Pur
Prime Minister Narendra Modi might have won the no confidence motion by its strength in Parliament but lost the confidence of the people, CPI National Secretary D Raja said here today Mr Modi was tho
As many as 13 people were killed and four sustained burn injuries when lightning struck them at various places in Odisha on Friday. Sources said the lightning deaths were reported from Balasore,
Odisha Special Relief Commissioner(SRC) B P Sethi today directed all district administrations to remain prepared to meet any possible flood situation and water logging in their respective district.
The Odisha government on Friday asked all the District Collectors to remain alert to meet any possible flood situation with the Met Department predicting heavy rainfall across the state in the next tw