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100 Diarrhoea monitoring units set up in <strong>Odisha</strong>

100 Diarrhoea monitoring units set up in Odisha

31 Jul 2014

Koraput (Odisha): To contain waterborne diseases which spread during monsoon around 100 Diarrhoea monitoring units (DMU) have been constituted in Koraput district to monitor the situation, an official said on Thursday.

Koraput district,   Diarrhoea monitoring units,   anti-diarrhoea drugs,   epidemic,   Odisha ,  
Public hearing on SSL, Lanjigarh expansion ends peacefully

Public hearing on SSL, Lanjigarh expansion ends peacefully

31 Jul 2014

Bhawanipatna (Odisha): Vedanta's plan for a six-fold expansion in the capacity of its 1 MTPA alumina refinery in Odisha's Kalahandi district drew a positive response from locals during a public hearing on Wednesday.

Vedanta,   Odisha,   Kalahandi district,   Lanjigarh,   Sesa Sterlite Ltd ,  
South Korea ruling party boosts majority with key poll wins

South Korea ruling party boosts majority with key poll wins

31 Jul 2014

Seoul: South Korea's ruling party celebrated on Thursday after sailing through a key by-election test that increased its parliamentary majority despite lingering public anger over the handling of April's Sewol ferry disaster.

South Korea elections,   ruling party,   Sewol ferry disaster,   Saenuri Party,   Park Geun-Hye,   New Politics Alliance for Democracy,   Yoo-Ki Hong,   NPAD ,  
<strong>Odisha</strong> inks pact for second airport in the state

Odisha inks pact for second airport in the state

30 Jul 2014

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government on Wednesday signed a pact with the Airport Authority of India (AAI) for developing the state's second airport in the district headquarters town of Jharsuguda, an official said.

Odisha,   airport in Odisha,   Airport Authority of India,   AAI,   Naveen Patnaik,   Biju Patnaik International Airport,  
Decision on LoP will be taken within next four days, says Lok Sabha Speaker

Decision on LoP will be taken within next four days, says Lok Sabha Speaker

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has said she will take a decision on the issue of Leader of Opposition within the next four days after going through the rules and Attorney General's letter on the matter.

Lok Sabha,   speaker,   Sumitra Mahajan,   leader of opposition,   politics,  
Expired medicines given to <strong>Odisha</strong> patients, says CAG

Expired medicines given to Odisha patients, says CAG

29 Jul 2014

Bhubaneswar: A total 31 types of time-expired medicines were administered to patients in Odisha during 2007-13, said a CAG report that showed how the state jeopardised health of its citizens.

Medicines,   CAG,   Odisha patients,   expired medicines,   health care patients,  
Poor sports infrastructure in Commonwealth medal winner's town

Poor sports infrastructure in Commonwealth medal winner's town

30 Jul 2014

Berhampur (Odisha): Even as this south Odisha town is rejoicing local lad K Ravi Kumar's silver feat in weightlifting at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, sports infrastructure here leaves a lot to be desired.

K Ravi Kumar,   poor infrastructure,   Commonwealth Games,   Berhampur,   Odisha,   silver medalist ,  
NHRC issues showcause notice to <strong>Odisha</strong> in scribe assault case

NHRC issues showcause notice to Odisha in scribe assault case

29 Jul 2014

Cuttack: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued a showcause notice to Odisha Government asking why monetary relief of Rs 25,000 would not be recommended to be paid to a Bhubaneswar-based journalist, who was unlawfully assaulted by police.

National Human Rights Commission,   NHRC,   Subhakanta Padhihary,   Protection of Human Rights Act of 1993,   scribe assault case ,  
Six new BSF camps planned to combat Maoists in <strong>Odisha</strong>

Six new BSF camps planned to combat Maoists in Odisha

28 Jul 2014

Koraput (Odisha): In order to contain the spread of Maoist activities in inter-state border and remote areas, police has chalked out a plan to set up six new BSF camps in Malkangiri, Koraput and Rayagada districts.

Maoists in Odisha,   Maoists in India,   Maoists attacks in Odisha,   BSF camp,   Malkangiri,  
<strong>Politics</strong> over encephalitis; toll rises to 111 in West Bengal

Politics over encephalitis; toll rises to 111 in West Bengal

28 Jul 2014

Kolkata: Two more persons died of encephalitis in West Bengal since Sunday, taking the toll to 111 as six more were admitted to hospital with suspected infection and the politics over the death toll has rocked the administration.

Encephalitis,   West Bengal,   disease,   infection,   hospital,   West Bengal,  

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