Women

Odisha: 38 All Women Polling Personnel Booths In 3rd Phase

Bhubaneswar: The Election Commission has set up 38 all women polling personnel booths for third phase polls going to be held tomorrow in the state. Briefing media persons here today, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Surendra Kumdar said preparations for the third phase have reached the final stage and necessary steps have been taken to ensure free and […]


Google Updates Its Status On the Eve of the International Women’s Day

Bhubaneswar: As today is 8th March, the day on which the International Women’s Day is celebrated every year. Thus Google, the American multinational technology company that specializes in Internet-related services and products and most widely used, puts up its status for informing every body about this eve. In its search engine it gives a mark of […]


State Level Convention of Women PRIs Concluded

Bhubaneswar: The ALIBHA Elected Women Gram Panchayat Representatives Federation organized a two days State Level Convention on  17th -18th of December, 2018, at, Panthaniwas, Bhubaneswar. Around 95 members comprising of Ward Members, NaibSarpanch and Sarpanches from 22 blocks of 12 districts like Angul, Deogarh, Dhenkanal, Gajapati, Khordha, Keonjhar, Kalahandi, Koraput, Mayurbhanj, Nuapada, Sonepur, Sundergarh attended this […]


Govt Fells 1000 Trees for Beer Factory

Bhubaneswar: Dhenkanal district administration yesterday cut down around 1000 old  trees including 500 Sal trees in Jhinkargadi forest near Balarampur village under Odapada tehsil to facilitate a private liquor producer setting up a beer factory. Since 11th November an entire village had came forward to save the forest. Women were guarding the trees inside Jhinkargadi forests. Yesterday morning […]


Odisha Women Clean Out the Poisonous Water Hyacinth

Bhubaneswar: 65-year-old, Hara Maharana picks spinach from a floating garden near her home in Totashi village in coastal Odisha’s Puri district as her daughter-in-law Laxmi looks on. In an area full of water hyacinth, women are supplementing family income and nutrition through floating gardens. Twice a month, 70 women volunteers clean out the poisonous water hyacinth that […]


848 Ganjam Pregnant Affected by HIV

Bhubaneswar: In spite of several programmes initiated by the Government, including the Targeted Interventions (TIs) to control HIV/AIDS, there is a rising trend in HIV affected patients in Ganjam, which is most populous district in the State. While the number is decreasing slowly in the country, which registers 2.39 million cases so far, the rise […]