195 illegal apartments in Bhubaneswar to be demolished

One Hundred Ninety Five apartments in the Capital city will be demolished informed Housing and Urban Development Minister Pushpendra Singh Deo in Odisha Assembly on Friday.

By Prameya News7.


  • Oppn members to take on Govt over crop insurance delay today

    An Adjournment Motion on the issue of unavailability of crop insurance money to drought-affected farmers is likely to be taken up for discussion in the State Assembly today. Besides, Demands of Grants relating to Cooperative Department will be discussed on the day.



  • CPM holds 12-hr Remuna Bandh

    The Communist Party of India (Marxist) is observing a 12-hour bandh at Ramuna in Baleswar district to press for implementation of four demands.




  • 60 more Adarsha Vidyalayas to open in Odisha from next yr

    School and Mass Education Minister Devi Prasad Mishra informed the State Assembly that 60 more Adarsha Vidyalayas (Model Schools) would start teaching from the coming academic session, 2017-18. He said this in response to a question of Congress MLA Chiranjib Biswal on Thursday.


  • OSFC reels under severe funds crunch: Min

    The Odisha State Financial Corporation (OSFC) is now primarily recovering loans from its clients (industrial units), which have been closed, and facing severe funds crunch.


  • Vacant 1,284 Sr SES posts not being filled up for stay order

    School and Mass Education Minister Debi Prasad Mishra on Thursday informed in the State Assembly that one OES I (Sr), eight OES I (Jr) and OEES I (Sr), 138 OES II (SB) and OEES I and 1,284 Senior SES posts are now lying vacant in the State.





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