Dharmendra demands CM’s resignation for SUM fire mishap

After Health and Family Welfare Minister Atanu Sabyasachi Nayak resigned from his position owing moral responsibility in SUM Hospital fire incident, senior BJP leader and Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan demanded that Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik step down from his position on moral grounds too.

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  • Two more kids die in Encephalitis virus, toll mounts to 62

    There is no let up in the continuous death of children due to Japanese Encephalitis (JE) in Malkangiri district. On Saturday two more children died in the deadly virus in the tribal dominated district taking the toll to 62 in last 44 days.


  • Jatni jewellery trader loot: 2 nabbed

    The Jatni police in Khorda district arrested two miscreants this morning for allegedly looting a gold trader of Cuttack at gun point in Jatni in broad daylight on Friday.



  • Bullet-injured Rourkela youth succumbs at IGH

    Ashis Agrawal, who had been undergoing treatment at the Ispat General Hospital (IGH) in Rourkela after being fired at by miscreants late on Friday evening, succumbed to injuries this morning.



  • Prayers, Statewide demos demand release of Manoj Nayak

    While a Statewide protest is growing against the arrest of SUM Hospital founder Manoj Ranjan Nayak, hundreds of men and women are praying for his release at the Ghatgaon Tarini temple in Keonjhar district on Friday.




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