Min Maharathy visits Bhubaneswar block, sees all employees present

Panchayati Raj Minister Pradeep Maharathy conducted a surprise visit to the Bhubaneswar block this morning to know whether employees coming to office on time and doing duty or not.

By prameya news7.



  • 15,000 practice yoga at Janata Maidan

    Around 15,000 students and youths practiced yogasanas at the Janata Maidan here this morning amid presence of Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan.


  • BJD stir over SCS status, Mahandadi issue today

    The BJD will hold demonstrations at all district headquarters and ADM offices at Bhubbaneswar, Brahmapur and Rourkela to protest alleged Central negligence in resolving the Mahanadi water dispute and conferring Special State Category status to Odisha despite repeated requests from the State Government.





  • Ex Min Mohanty meets CM, says to work for BJD

    In a political development, former Minister Raghunath Mohanty, who had been denied a ticket to fight the 2014 general elections and kept away from all BJD affairs, met party president and Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik at the latter’s residence, Naveen Niwas, here this morning.


  • Nayagarh to get train service from today

    Union Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu would dedicate the newly built new line section from Bolgarh Road to Nayagarh Town of the ongoing Khurda Road-Bolangir Rail Line Project and inaugurate the Nayagarh Town Station Building and Bolagarh Road Passenger Halt and flag off the extension of Khurda Road-Bolagarh Road-Khurda Road Passenger Trains up to Nayagarh today.





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