Odisha: With PM Modi’s intervention, Khurda-Bolangir project will see light of day, says Pradhan
Union Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas, D...
ArcelorMittal-Nippon Steel participating in auctions in Odisha: CEO Dilip Oommen
Speaking on the importance of the opportunity, AMNS CEO Dili...
Under SC watch, Odisha buys land for Jagannath corridor in 4 months
Within less than four months of the gazette notification of the cabinet d...
World's most important human rights law: Roopa Ganguly on CAA
"In no way, the CAA will have any adverse impact on Indian citizens. Opposition parties are spreading lies and misleading people for narrow political purpose," she said.
Tata Projects bags Rs 6,000-crore orders in oil, gas refinery sector
BPCL's order is for its 2G bio-ethanol project in Bargarh, Odisha, with a proposed production capacity of 100 kilolitres per day of second-generation ethanol. The other three orders pertain to HRRL's upcoming greenfield refinery-cum-petrochemical complex in Rajasthan.
5 coaches of Lokmanya Tilak Express derail in Odisha; 15 passengers injured
All passengers had been admitted to a nearby hospital and they are stated to be out of danger. The officials said there was heavy fog at the site but it was not clear what led to the accident.
Odisha likely to auction Sukinda chromite and Guali iron ore mine
Odisha had kicked off the auctions of working mines by first putting two non-captive chromite blocks under the hammer – the Kamarda deposit being mined by BC Mohanty and the Saruabil mine by Misrilall Mines. Both were bagged by a Tata Steel subsidiary at steep bids of 96.8 percent and 88.5 per cent and respectively.
India aims at zero urea import with commissioning of 5 units
The government is reviving five closed fertiliser plants to increase urea production in the country and reduce imports. "We expect our import dependency will be zero with the commissioning of the plants. The projects will nearly obviate the need for import of urea in the country, said Roul.
CESU to start power disconnection drive in 9 Odisha districts from Thursday
The power distribution company has identified consumers who did not make payments despite several notices in 11,397 villages to disconnect their power connections.
JSPL's coal gasification-based DRI plant in Odisha resumes operation
Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL) said its coal gasification-based DRI plant at Angul district in Odisha has resumed operation. The plant was not operational for long due to the scarcity of coal.
Odisha: 20 injured as 8 coaches of Lokmanya Tilak Express derail near Salagoan
At least 20 people were injured after eight coaches of Bhubaneshwar-Mumbai Lokmanya Tilak Express derailed near Salagoan on Thursday morning...
Odisha wants to conduct socio-economic caste enumeration with census
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said the state would move the Centre for a socio-economic caste enumeration to be done either by inserting suitable columns in the census format or by prescribing a separate format for a simultaneous enumeration of socially and educationally backward classes and other backward classes or castes.
Odisha government clears NTPC’s Talcher project
The board of director of NTPC cleared the project in 2018 which involved scrapping the existing six units at the thermal power station totalling 460 mw comprising of 4 units of 60 mw and 2 units of 110 mw.
Odisha has begun process to update NPR: Official
"As per instructions of the Registrar General of India, the NPR exercise has begun. A pilot survey has been carried out in parts of the state, while door-to-door survey and house-listing will be taken up mid-April," the official added.
CBI produces interceptions of alleged telephonic conversations involving retired HC Judge
A detailed charge sheet filed by CBI, in the infamous medical college bribery scandal, has placed reliance on 80 such intercepted telephonic conversations between retd Odisha HC Judge I M Quddusi and co-accused who stand stand charge sheeted by the agency.
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