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Tribal development sincerely taken up :Dhirendra Kar NRI

USA-based Odia entrepreneur Dhirendra Kar calls on Union Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram Dhirendra Kar’s courtesy meet with  Union Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram New Delhi:  Tribal development sincerely taken up :Dhirendra Kar NRI.USA based prominent Odia entrepreneur and philanthropist  at Odisha Bhawan in New Delhi on Sunday. It was courtesy meeting and Mr. Kar congratulated and conveyed his best wishes ... Read More »

Women outlive men eventuality explains

Women outlive men eventuality explains , Australia, and her colleagues, however, have a hypothesis. As they outline in a paper in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, they think at least some of the blame lies with subcellular structures called mitochondria (pictured), which provide the body with its power by burning glucose and using the energy thus released to make ... Read More »

Solid Waste Management Plant stepped in

Solid Waste Management Plant stepped in & MOU Singed for Management and Technical back-up  Bhubaneswar: 29.05.2014: Solid Waste materials have been a recurring threat  to Bhubaneswar and Cuttack .Statistics suggests both the corporate bodies together generate approximately 550 tons of municipal solid waste (MSW) daily. For treating and disposing the MSW collected from these two cities, Housing and Urban development ... Read More »

India be the Bhuswarga Rivers linkage suggests

Morning shows the day India be the Bhuswarga Rivers linkage suggests.Prime Minister -designate Mr.Narendra Modi has the dream to set up river linkage in among the rivers in India to save the country from the menace of flood disaster and drought .Experience earned from the rivers the Sabarmati and Narmada PM designate has accordingly constituted a  team of experts to ... Read More »

Indian Scientist Dr.Ravinder Dahiya earned fame in the globe

Indian Scientist Dr.Ravinder Dahiya earned fame in the globe  Science is worth marking in European Countries and in recent years past personalities of Indian origin are being positioned in markable position in the globe .Dr.Ravinder Dahiya ,an Indian scientist in Britain, has been granted a prestigious fellowship award worth £1,068,000 (about $1.8 million) by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council ... Read More »

Odisha marching for prosperity on Akshya Tritiya

Odisha marching for prosperity on Akshya Tritiya  Cuttack Tigiria :OBB: Odisha dawned its march with the start of Akshaya Tritiya . Chasi Bhai ‘s pleasure known no bounds .No sooner it is dawned , bullocks traditionally follow up getting in to their heels and march toward cultivating different parcels of land as far as possible and the time and the ... Read More »

SCB Medical College and Hospital carried out bone marrow transplant

CUTTACK: Doctors at SCB Medical College and Hospital carried out bone marrow transplant (BMT) on two blood cancer patients recently.The first patient to undergo the surgery was 54-year-old Sakuntala Sahoo of Kendrapada, while the second was Dhaneswar Jena, 57, from Jajpur. Both were treated free of cost.Hospital authorities said the first 10 patients will not be charged.The BMT unit at ... Read More »

National Institute of Technology have an extension center in BBSR

BHUBANESWAR: National Institute of Technology (NIT), Rourkela, will soon have an extension centre in the city for the institute’s non-classroom activities.The state government has decided to allot a one-acre plot for the proposed building at Chandrasekhapur at a nominal ground rent of Rs 300 per year. NIT has to complete construction on the centre within three years, a state government ... Read More »

Interceptor missile fired grand success

Interceptor missile fired grand success BALASORE: Successfully test-fired a new interceptor missile capable of destroying any incoming long-range missile at higher altitude, on Sunday. The interceptor, positioned at launch pad-IV of Integrated Test Range at Wheeler Island, roared into the sky at about 9.10am to hit its target. The target, mimicking an incoming enemy missile, was first test fired from ... Read More »

CRRI scientists have got a new way to develop protein-rich rice

CUTTACK: In future protein-rich rice can be grown by Farmers. The CRRI (Central Rice Research Institute) scientists have got a way to develop an assortment of rice by crossing a protein-rich germplasm with high-yielding rices like Naveen and Swarna. This developed rice is now at Hyderabad-based Directorate of Rice Research for testing. Where normal rice usually contains approx 7% protein, ... Read More »

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