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BHUBANESWAR: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has asked theState Government to submit an action taken report (ATR) oncontaminated water allegedly being supplied to different towns ofOdisha.Acting on a complaint, the Commission has directed the Secretary inthe Housing and Urban Development Department G Mathi Vathanan to replyas the Department is managing water supply in urban areas.At present, about 776.48 million ... Read More »

Technical Development Center at IMMT

Workshop on opening of Technical Development Center at IMMT conference Hall today. Industries Minister Sri Debi Prasad Mishra, Steel and Mines Minister Sri Prafull Mallick, Industries Secretary Sri Visal Dev, IMMT director Dr B.K. Mishra are present  Read More »

First Convocation of Sri Sri University

The First Convocation of Sri Sri University In presence Sri Sri Ravi Shankar ji and Hon’ble Chief Minister Shri Naveen Patnaik Sri Sri University is all set to host its first convocation for the charter MBA Batch of 2012-2014 on September 3, 2014at the Mayfair Convention Centre in Bhubaneshwarat 5 45 p.m.in the presence of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Founder, Sri ... Read More »

Physically challenged persons flavored friendly toilet in social amenities of ULBs

In corporation of disabled friendly features like Ramp and disable friendly toilet in social amenities of ULBs Bhubaneswar, 20/08/2014 :OBB:It is learnt that the physically challenged people are facing lot of difficulties while attending any social function in the social amenities of Urban Local Bodies like Kalyan Mandap, Community Hall/Centers, livelihood centers etc. In order to overcome their difficulties, it ... Read More »

Appeal for extension of OPSC Exam

An appeal in regards to OPSC main examination has been put before the Honorable Chief Minister Shri Naveen Patnaik Ji on 14th August 2014. The aim of the appeal is to extend the  OPSC Main Examination-2011 which is scheduled to be held from 6th to 30th September 2014. Through your (visual and print media) sources, we came to know the recent ... Read More »

CentralSector scholarship Scheme for Medical Students

Cuttack :19th July :Kabita Nayak:OBB: The Government of India have been pleased to devise a scheme to promote schedule caste students for top class education in the country and as per  the information available to our bureau, as many as students from SCB medical College and Hospital be benefited for the purpose and for this reason Orissa bulletin has taken its ... Read More »

Philips mobile in Indian market with 4 new handsets

Philips Mobile has announced its foray into the Indian mobile market with its new range of smartphones –W6610, W3500, S308 and also a feature phone E130 targeted at business professionals, technology enthusiasts and durability segment. CEC sees a huge opportunity in the Indian smartphone market and aggressively aiming to provide innovative and stylish phones to the wide segment of consumers, where patterns and preferences ... Read More »

Seagate Technology & Avago Technologies

: Seagate Technology(NASDAQ:STX) and Avago Technologies have announced that they have entered into a definitive asset purchase agreement, under which Seagate will acquire the assets of LSI’s Accelerated Solutions Division (“ASD”)and Flash Components Division (“FCD”) from Avago for $450 million in cash.The acquisition strengthens Seagate’s strategy to deliver a full suite of storage solutions, providing Seagate with established Enterprise PCIe flash and SSD controller capabilities to deliver ... Read More »

International First Bus Stand in Odisha at Puri:Ramesh Chandra Majhi

: Bhubaneswar :2nd June 2014: Sai Sankar:OBB: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has made a precious gift dedicated for the people of Odisha as a mark of  respect for Nabakalebara of Lord Jagannath  to set up first  at Malatipur ,Puri in close proximity of  Puri Railway Station and thereby a Communication Hub  connecting the cities in India  would be flourished beginning ... Read More »

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