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Bhubaneswar,19/05/19:Re-polling in 34 booths began across Odisha amid heavy police security on Sunday. The re-polling which began at 7 am will continue till 6 pm today.

The Election Commission of India (ECI) has decided to conduct re-polls in 34 booths due to irregularities and incidents of violence during the third and fourth phase of polls held on April 23 and April 29 respectively.

According to sources, re-polling is underway at nine booths including five booths in Bari, two in Binjharpur and one each in Sukinda and Dharmasala under the Jajpur parliamentary constituency. 

Similarly, in Cuttack, fresh polling is being held at four booths in Athagarh and one in Badamba. Long queues were seen outside the four polling booths in Mahanga and one in Salepur under Kendrapara parliamentary constituency. Fresh elections are being held in four booths in Baripada and one in Bangiriposi. 

Re-polling also began in three booths in Puri, two each in Balasore and Dhenkanal and one each in Bhubaneswar, Keonjhar and Jagatsinghpur parliamentary constituencies.

 

 

 

 

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Bhubaneswar,18/05/19:The Odisha Cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today approved a resolution to dissolve the 15th Odisha Legislative Assembly as its term would be over in June next. 

Soon after the cabinet meeting, Chief Secretary AP Padhi told reporters that the resolution would be sent to Governor Ganeshi Lal for his approval. 

“According to the constitutional provision, the State Cabinet will pass a resolution to dissolve the Assembly after the declaration of election results and hand over the resignation of the Cabinet and Chief Minister to the Governor to make way for the constitution of the new Assembly. The Assembly stands dissolved only after approval and notification of the Governor,” the Chief Secretary told reporters. 

He further added that the cabinet also approved proposals for release of financial assistance for the post-cyclone relief and restoration works. 

Rs 15 lakh for cleaning each pond in Puri district.

Rs 24 lakh for all government staff engaged in relief and restoration works.

Additional financial assistance of Rs 1000 to each affected family of Puri district. 

Hike in the daily wage of the workers hired from the neighbouring states. The skilled workers will be provided Rs 555 as against Rs 370 while the semi-skilled and non-skilled workers will get Rs 480 and Rs 420 as against Rs 320 and Rs 280 respectively. 

The Chief Minister has also directed the departments concerned to complete the relief and restoration works in Puri district in two months.

 

 

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By;Manoj Kanta Dash,Editor

Berhampur,The Chief Minister  of Odisha Naveen Patnaik delightful Mr Vijay Amurta Kulange Collector Ganjam handling of cyclone “FANI” which hit Odisha in May 3rd.2019.

The Chief Minster also praised the  Ganjam media and all District officers and the cooperation of people of Ganjam for spreading awareness about the cyclone. “Timely dissemination of information about the harshness of the cyclone was the main reason behind minimal human loss,”.

In a reference the Odisha State Government also mentioned that it would highlight the District efforts as a model for disaster management programmes which is adopted by the District Administration of Ganjam.

When the latest Indian National Centre of Ocean Information Services conveyed the   model predict the land fall at a kissing distance from Gopalpur and Chilika  the administration came with all preparedness to face.

“The district administration has nicely managed to control zero human deaths during FANI by evacuating around thousands of people from the seaside area before 72 Hrs. The authorities also made people aware in a different way of the areas which were vulnerable and saved many lives”.

According to source, “Ganjam has learnt lessons from 1999 super cyclone in which around ten thousand persons perished. Of the 21 lives which Phailin claimed, 13 died in Ganjam district alone,”.

In return Mr Vijay Amruta Kulange,IAS,Collector Ganjam praised and said this appreciation which received  from Honable’Chief Minister  actually  the credit line goes  to all  Media Perons of Berhampur,Officers supported  Mr.Sidhartha Shankar Swain IAS,PD DRDA, Mr Chakravarti Singh Rathre,IAS,Commissioner BeMC,SP,Ganjam Mr Brijesh Ray,IPS,SP Berhampur,Mr Pinak Mishra,Sub Collectors  and  all Police officers as well all officers from the Districts with  their staff members.

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Berhampur,18/05/19:The  District Local Fund Auditor Rayagada instructed to the District Local Fund Auditor,Ganjam  to serve so cause notice u/s 9-3 with the extracts which is issued against the delinquent  concern, now the concern delinquent officers.

It may be underlined now those officers are under the jurisdiction of Ganjam.

LFA,Rayagada also stated in their letter No-861/LFA, to process at Ganjam and member of staff serving at table also requested in their letter to ask for the served copy with full signature with acknowledgement of the delinquent   persons. The so cause notice may be transmitted to the LFA Rayagada at an early date for further course of action.

The Officers are now under the LFA section are;Mr K Nagabhusan,Ex BDO,Gudari at Present BDO Rangeilunda,Ganjam, Mr Dayamaya Padhi Ex-BDO Rayagada at present Tahasildar Berhampur.

In this regard while interacted with Sub Collector Mr Diganta Routray he said let me enquire into. 

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Berhampur,18/05/19:Odisha’s top Maoist leader Sabyasachi Panda has been sentenced to life imprisonment in connection with 2014 case (case no 127/14) under Bada Bazar Police limits in Berhampur.

As per the case History the self-styled Maoist leader Sunil alias Sabyasachi Panda, who made it into the international headlines in 2012 abduction of two Italian tourists, has been sentenced to life imprisonment under Section 121 of the IPC.Panda was wanted in over 135 criminal cases.

Today Additional District Judge (1) pronounced the verdict after taking into consideration 15 witnesses and police records.

The Berhampur police had arrested the 48-year-old fugitive rebel after raiding a hideout near Mangalabarm Peta under Bada Bazar Police limit in Berhampur City on July 17, 2014. Since then he was at the Berhampur jail.

Earlier, Panda was acquit in as many as 52 cases and was convicted in only one case.

As per public prosecutor Gyanendra Jena, Sabyasachi was sentenced to life imprisonment under IPC section 121.

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Berhampur,18/05/19:Odisha’s top Maoist leader Sabyasachi Panda has been sentenced to life imprisonment in connection with 2014 case (case no 127/14) under Bada Bazar Police limits in Berhampur.

As per the case History the self-styled Maoist leader Sunil alias Sabyasachi Panda, who made it into the international headlines in 2012 abduction of two Italian tourists, has been sentenced to life imprisonment under Section 121 of the IPC.Panda was wanted in over 135 criminal cases.

Today Additional District Judge (1) pronounced the verdict after taking into consideration 15 witnesses and police records.

The Berhampur police had arrested the 48-year-old fugitive rebel after raiding a hideout near Mangalabarm Peta under Bada Bazar Police limit in Berhampur City on July 17, 2014. Since then he was at the Berhampur jail.

Earlier, Panda was acquit in as many as 52 cases and was convicted in only one case.

As per public prosecutor Gyanendra Jena, Sabyasachi was sentenced to life imprisonment under IPC section 121.

Report; Manoj Kanta Dash,Pranya Panda,Odishabarta

Berhampur,18/05/19:Odisha’s top Maoist leader Sabyasachi Panda has been sentenced to life imprisonment in connection with 2014 case (case no 127/14) under Bada Bazar Police limits in Berhampur.

As per the case History the self-styled Maoist leader Sunil alias Sabyasachi Panda, who made it into the international headlines in 2012 abduction of two Italian tourists, has been sentenced to life imprisonment under Section 121 of the IPC.Panda was wanted in over 135 criminal cases.

Today Additional District Judge (1) pronounced the verdict after taking into consideration 15 witnesses and police records.

The Berhampur police had arrested the 48-year-old fugitive rebel after raiding a hideout near Mangalabarm Peta under Bada Bazar Police limit in Berhampur City on July 17, 2014. Since then he was at the Berhampur jail.

Earlier, Panda was acquit in as many as 52 cases and was convicted in only one case.

As per public prosecutor Gyanendra Jena, Sabyasachi was sentenced to life imprisonment under IPC section 121.

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"WE HAVE NOT SEEN A “DROP OF WATER” YET. 

VILLAGERS ARTICULATE THEIR DISCONTENTMENT. 

Begunuapada (Ganjam),18/05/19:As the entire state of Odisha is reeling under the continuous spell of severe heat wave, several districts of the state including Ganjam district  facing an acute drinking water crisis. 

In village Khairakhamma Gram Panchayat of Beguniapada Block in Ganjam district, drinking water scarcity has severely affected the local residents as the groundwater level in two sanitary wells in the village has dropped with the beginning of summer season. 

Villagers claim that they walk for kilometres to fetch drinking water and that too from (Chua water) they filter the contaminated water by using cloths to use it for their daily needs. 

Today Drinking water scarcity is one of the major problems for us. We collect polluted water and filter it with the help of a cloth and use it for domestic use. Time and again we were assured that we will be provided drinking water facilities, concrete road, pucca houses and money under KALIA scheme but nobody came to our village,” alleged by Khairkhamma  villagers of Beguniapada Block. 

According to villagers and Sarapach that during the financial year 2012-13 Govt of Odisha sanctioned Rs 101.58 lakhs to Khairakhamma Panchayt to construct over head tank with capacity of  1 lakh liters,Pump House, to lay  pipe lines in entire Panchayat.. Soon getting the sanction amount Block administration floated tender and work order issued to contractor with a strict instruction to complete the work within stipulated time limit. 

Following instruction the contractor did the assignment and the same is inaugurated by Naveen Patnaik, Honble’Chief Minister, Odisha through Video Conference during the year 2017-18. The day of Inauguration the local political leaders are very happy and celebrated and said,” look how our Government is very much Committed” (?). 

But to the surprise of villagers soon after the inauguration after 15 minutes of the inauguration  the entire system de-functional  and no water supply yet till date while today the mercury leads around 30-35 degree.( ?). 

While the Villagers reported to Panchayat Executive Officer Mr Surendranath Sethy he said “I am nothing to do because the  RWSS not handed over to us” simply thrown the ball into contractor court (!). 

Again they met Mr A Rama Rao, JE, RWSS, Beguniapada  and in his reply he satisfied the villagers that you people have not yet formed your Village committee so that we  are helpless and can’t run the Pump for supply (?). 

Today the pump house condition is completely damaged, Motor also not working as told by a Senior citizen of the village. 

The villagers further alleged that by now 2 yrs above passed we have not seen a “DROP OF WATER” yet. 

The villagers further demands for a Vigilance inquiry so that the real figure shall come to public front. 

Should we underlined that the amount Rs 101.58 lakhs thrown into village Ponds (?).Who is accountable, to whom we shall blame (?).The villagers express their discontentment.

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