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inclusion of more languages in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India

A fresh clamour has begun for inclusion of more languages in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India. Interestingly, among the 38 languages for which entry into the Eighth Schedule is being demanded is English, which has been at the centre of controversy for receiving preference over Hindi and other Indian languages in the UPSC’s civil services examinations. The ... Read More »

Supply Department of Odisha

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National Campaign for Peoples’ Right to Information (NCPRI)

On the 9th anniversary of the RTI Act, the National Campaign for Peoples’ Right to Information (NCPRI) has launched the ‘Use RTI to Save RTI’ campaign urging people to file RTI applications on various issues of transparency and accountability which are being neglected by the government. NCPRI has identified the non-appointment of the Central Chief Information Commissioner, the delay in enacting ... Read More »

New Advocate General of Odisha

S.P

Bhubaneswar: S.P.Mishra is notified being the Advocate General of Odisha Read More »

Under trial prisoners, who have already spent in jail half the period of the sentence would now be released.

under trials

:The Supreme Court Friday said those under trial prisoners, who have already spent in jail half the period of the sentence they would have got if convicted for the offences they have been charged with, would now be released. A bench of Chief Justice R.M. Lodha, Justice Kurian Joseph and Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman said judicial officers of districts will visit the ... Read More »

Prisoners and prisions

Official claims that prisoners spend 10 hours a day out of their cells on weekdays are inflated, according to research by the chief inspector of prisons. Anne Owers says that the figures are a “significant overestimate” of what overcrowded prisons can achieve. A survey of 6,500 prisoners had shown 50% spend less than six hours a day out of their ... Read More »

Iron Lady Sharmila still on her arms to fight for justice

sharmila

NEW DELHI  - Human rights activist Irom Sharmila who has been on hunger strike for the last 14 years in protest against alleged army atrocities walked free on Wednesday from a prison hospital where doctors had force-fed her to keep her alive.  Known for being  the Iron Lady Manipur, Irom Charu Sharmila exchanges her feelings,“The fresh air is refreshing” .t ... Read More »

Nursing students deprived of stipend leads to agitation

Nursing

Nursing students deprived of stipend leads to agitation Read More »

Chit Fund Scam stemmed from popular BJD on its sponsorship

AT Group

Cuttack :18th Augst.2014: OBB: Srinivas Mohanty: With regard to scams in Orissa, it is mostly seen that the BJD led government has its sponsoring support in collection of money for chit funds. Funds sourced for chit fund could be traced its root to different corporate organisations while signing MoUs because at the time of signing MoUs  each corporate sector has ... Read More »

Judicial Anarchy comes to an end :JAB

Judge makers

Cuttack: 17th Augst. 2014: OBB: Srinivas Mohanty: The Indian Judiciary has always been independent by virtue of the dictum given under the constitutional mandate ;but at some point of time ,it was seen that appointment of judges through executive in higher judiciary was some way or other visited with bias and to remove the element of bias attitude for filling up ... Read More »

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