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Opposition stalls Assembly for second day over power tariff

Opposition stalls Assembly for second day over power tariff

26 Mar 2015

Bhubaneswar: Odisha Assembly was stalled for the second consecutive day on Thursday as opposition Congress and BJP intensified their demand of roll back of electricity tariff hike announced by  OERC.

Odisha Assembly,   Odisha power tariff,   electricity tariff hike,   OERC,   opposition stalls Odisha Assembly,  
Opposition stalls <strong>Odisha</strong> House proceedings

Opposition stalls Odisha House proceedings

25 Mar 2015

Bhubaneswar: Odisha Assembly was stalled amid repeated adjournments for the third consecutive day on Wednesday as opposition Congress and BJP members protested power tariff hike announced by Odisha Electricity Regulatory Commission (OERC).

Opposition,   Odisha House,   Electricity Regulatory Commission,   BJP,   Congress,   Farmers,  
OERC hikes power tariff in <strong>Odisha</strong>

OERC hikes power tariff in Odisha

24 Mar 2015

Bhubaneswar: Odisha Electricity Regulatory Commission(OERC) on Tuesday announced hike in power tariff in the state effective from April 1.

OERC,   OERC hikes power tariff,   Odisha power tariff,   power tariff hike,   0ERC first hike,  
Half of Vanuatu's population affected by <strong>Cyclone</strong> Pam: UN

Half of Vanuatu's population affected by Cyclone Pam: UN

21 Mar 2015

Port Vila: More than half of the South Pacific island nation Vanuatu's population has been affected by Cyclone Pam, the UN said on Saturday as the death toll rose to 16.

Cyclone Pam,   Vanuatu,   Cyclone Pam death toll,   Vanuatu cyclone,   Tropical Cyclone Pam,   Cyclone Pam devastation,  
<strong>Cyclone</strong> Pam death toll revised to 11 in Vanuatu

Cyclone Pam death toll revised to 11 in Vanuatu

18 Mar 2015

Port Vila: The death toll from Cyclone Pam has been revised from 24 to 11 in Vanuatu, the UN said, with storm damage still limiting access to affected areas. The UN lowered its earlier toll, citing figures from the Pacific nation's disaster office.

Cyclone Pam,   Cyclone in Vanuatu,   Cyclone Pam death toll,   Cyclone Pam damage,  
India gives 250,000 USD to <strong>cyclone</strong>-ravaged Vanuatu

India gives 250,000 USD to cyclone-ravaged Vanuatu

18 Mar 2015

New Delhi: India has given a cash assistance of USD 250,000 to Vanuatu which has been hit by a massive tropical cyclone leading to loss of lives and widespread destruction of property.

Vanautu,   Cyclone ravaged,   Tropical cyclone,   External Affairs Ministry,   Cash assistance,  
<strong>Cyclone</strong> Pam moves away from New Zealand

Cyclone Pam moves away from New Zealand

18 Mar 2015

Wellington: A small island community east of the New Zealand mainland was still under a state of emergency on Wednesday as tropical Cyclone Pam ended its three-day battering of the country.

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Protest in <strong>Odisha</strong> Assembly over SJTA decision

Protest in Odisha Assembly over SJTA decision

21 Mar 2015

Bhubaneswar: BJP MLAs on Saturday staged a protest in the Odisha Assembly over Sri Jagannath Temple Administration's (SJTA) decision of restricting devotees to have glimpse of the deities on 'Nabajoubana Darshan' on July 17, a day before the Ratha jatra.

Protest,   Odisha Assembly,   SJTA,   BJP,   BJD,   Sri Jagannath Temple,   Nabajoubana Darshan day,   Ratha jatra,  
<strong>Odisha</strong> Assembly witnesses repeated adjournments

Odisha Assembly witnesses repeated adjournments

19 Mar 2015

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha Assembly on Thursday witnessed repeated adjournments and noisy scenes with opposition Congress demanding a ruling from Speaker on Ministers allegedly reading out written replies in the House instead of replying to the queries.

Odisha Assembly,   Adjournments,   Congress,   Leader of Opposition,   Narasingha Mishra,   Written replies,  
<strong>Odisha</strong> proposes to sign MoU with RINL for steel plant

Odisha proposes to sign MoU with RINL for steel plant

19 Mar 2015

Bhubaneswar: Odisha government on Wednesday proposed to sign an MoU with the Rastriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL) to set up a mega steel facility in the mineral rich Keonjhar district, officials said.

Odisha government,   Odisha signs MoU,   steel plant Odisha,   Odisha and RINL,   Rastriya Ispat Nigam Limited,   mega steel facility,   Keonjhar district,  

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