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Lawyers in Capital city shaken on the thrilled road accident

Bhubaneswar :27th Jan.2015:. In a road accident Mr. Nayan Kishore Panda, Practicing member of BBSR Bar Association (2nd from the left) has lost his life. His wife and his senior Mr. Surya Narayan Patnaik (1st from the right) are injured, Mr. Patnaik’s wife is seriously injured and Mr. Patnaik’s daughter is dead, as reliably learnt. 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

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

Cows and Pets prevented freee movement on the street of Cuttack city

Cuttack:18th July:OBB:Kabita Nayak: Having taken serious concern over the free and unfettered movement of the domestic pets like cows, bulls, dogs etc , Orissa High Court comprising Justice Mr Indrajit Mohanty and Justice Mr. Subash Chandra Parija, have been pleased to issue a writ of mandamus upon the government as a whole and Cuttack Municipality in particular, to take steps preventing ... Read More »

lawyers in Jammu today resumed court work after ending their 18-day long strike

The lawyers in Jammu  resumed court work after ending their 18-day long strike over the assault on an advocate by police officials, after government suspended three cops including a Station House Officer (SHO).“We have withdrawn the strike after fulfilment of our demand. Government has suspended the cops involved in beating of an advocate. We have resumed the working from today,” ... Read More »

Bureaucrats no more privileged if corrupt

New Delhi: Bureaucrats no more privileged if corrupt .Law hence will take its own course of action rising beyond the technicality of privilege available for IAS/IPS officers,Apex court ruled. The bureaucrats now put under the weighing procedure of equality under Article 14 of the constitution and thus held to be at par with any ordinary officers when corruption charges are ... Read More »

Congress has now become an issue in Snoopgate

NEW DELHI: Congress has now become an issue for itself reviving an issue already buried .The issue of Snoopgate inquiry allegedly involving BJP’s PM candidate Narendra Modi ran into trouble on Sunday with two UPA constituents — NCP and National Conference — opposing the move to appoint a judge in the “dying hours” of the government. Crime is always a ... Read More »

Kendrapara crime den Spurious Health Drink

Kendrapara crime den Spurious Health Drink Kendrapara: Police in Kenrapara busted a racket of spurious health drink manufacturering and arrested two persons and still engaged in search of locating the root and the king -pin behind the racket . The racket, thriving on manufacturing fake glucose-based beverages, was active in Derabish and Pattamundai areas, the police said. Acting on a tip-off, ... Read More »

Expenditure on News management comes under scanning :SC

Expenditure on News management comes under scanning :SC New Delhi: Candidates in the fray are required to disclose their properties and the sources upon which their political cultivation is intended to grow and that also includes the advertisement or news management in diffent channels ,observed by Supreme Court and viewed that it comes under the prerogative domain of election commissioner ... Read More »

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