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Report;Manoj Kanta Dash,Pranaya Panda,Odishabarta

Berhampur: Bodies of one women was recovered under mysterious conditions from Haladiapadara area under Golonthara police limit, Berhampur.In the incident, decomposed body of a woman was found at the Ralaba road under Haldiapadara area in Berhampur police district Tuesday morning. It is being suspected that body of the woman was dumped on the spot after being raped and subsequently murdered.

According to IIC,Dr Alok Jena, locals spotted the body in backyard of a ashram Tuesday morning. Team rushed to the spot and sent the body for post-mortem. Preliminary investigation suggested that woman died around three days back.

Today in a press meet SP Berhampur, Pinak Mishra told to scribe one lady dead body named Sanju Behera was found laying in a paddy field in the side of Ralaba road. She was a deserted (divorcee).From the dead body mark of the violence and assult mark is clearly visible and revealing as a case of murder and she was missing from  17.06.18.In connection Golonthara police registered a case   u/s.302 in the written by Ajit Kumar Behera the brother of deceased.

Pinak further said, the deceased  had affairs with one named Tuna Dakua of Kaukhata village under Sadar Poice station. Basing upon the mobile phones of the deceased found laying near the spot. The deceased selling fish at Gate Bazar, Berhampur and the accused Tuna Dakua a barber by profession and running his establishment at gate Bazar locality. They were known each other last four years and were in love in term. 

However, Tuna suspected on Sanju Behera activities that she had multiple affairs for which Tuna remained unmarried and expected some other sorts of reliability and faith (!). In spite of repeated appeal to deceased Tuna didn’t get any compromising mode, as a result he became revengeful while he saw many times Sanju with relationship with others for that there were fight between them several times. 

Ultimately aggrieved Tuna Dakua decided to wipe out the matter and invited Sanju to Ralaba road with a motive to kill him on 17.06.18. Both of them went to the spot by a Cycle. They collected some Beer bottles for drink. On spot there was hot exchange of words relating the multiple affairs. Suddenly the Tuna the accused broken the beer bottle and assaulted to her neck several times and she was dead. 

The accused Tuna also having some injuries during the killing and admitted at Berhampur City Hospital for treatment, he added. 

Police recovered broken Beer bottles the weapon of the offence, blood stained clothes, mobile phone of deceased. Today the accused shown the spot after arrest and confessed his guilt. Shown a demo of crime before the police. 

Despite various precautionary measure by Police to create awareness, there seems to be no let up in crime against women in Odisha.

Report;Pranya Panda,Odishabarta 

Berhampur:More than 60 houses were gutted after a major fire broke out in a slum near Biju Patnaik Park near dhoba bandhaa in Berhampur Mahanagar on Tuesday. 

During the spot visit no causality was reported till the filing of this story. However, properties worth lakhs were reduced to ashes due to the fire. Two fire tenders were pressed into service to douse the flame. 

According to Mr Sanatana Mohapatra,AFO,the outbreak  of fire at Dhoba Bandha Huda   Basti first gate Berhampur  at time about 19.45Hrs on 19. 06. 2018 we have  received the call at 19.50hrs and reached spot within 10 minutes with two MFEs. Within fifteen minutes we controlled the fire but we took one hours and fifteen minutes to extinguished the fire completely. 

Total 16 fire service personnel, three vehicles and two pumps are utilised under direct supervision of AFO of Berhampur FS. Total 19 rooms of 12 No. Families affected and 5 rooms of 5 families affected due to fire but not directly the fire. No casualties in fire. More than thirty families are saved due to early and prompt fire fighting. Approximate property lost Rs 3, 25,000/- property saved Rs 8, 00, 000/- Cause of fire under investigation.  

Eyewitnesses said that a cooking gas cylinder kept in one of the house which is exploded and fire broke out, spreading to other houses in the slum. 

The slum dwellers demanded compensation from the local administration. Police have rushed to the spot to take stock of the situation.

Report;Rajesh Mohapatra,Odishabrta 

ROURKELA:Sensational loot by dacoits in Indian Overseas Bank Branch at Madhusudan marg, near Railway Station, Rourkela challenged the police of Rourkela. This morning around 10 am when bank was just opened, few miscreants (7 to 8) entered the bank and covered up the area. Since it was just the opening time few customers were also present. They bluntly threatened and frightened every one inside the branch including customers and staffs. They initially beaten Jagannath Kurmi a cleaning staff then few miscreants walked to the cashier ,Mangaraj Jena and slapped him severely and also did the same with another staff seating to his next, Senior Manager, Bijay Kumar Aeind Then few among them entered the Branch Manager’s chamber and asked the branch manager, Sanjay kumar Jha to hand over the key of strong room, when he refused he got the same treatment they have done with other staffs, after assaulting him they took the key of Strong room and stolen cash worth of Rs.42lakhs. Then they stock all these cash in an Air bag. During this occurrence they made all the customers present in the bank and staffs to kneel down and to bow their head otherwise they will shoot them. These are tactics they have owned as if they have strongly followed a bank robbery scene in a movie. This operation went up to 30 minutes but nobody had dared to call anyone, even the bank staff could not press the alarm button. It could easily be ascertained how confidently they handled the situation. They were all talking in Hindi and even not covered up their faces. Before leaving, they pulled out the hard disk of cctv camera then flew from the spot. Though this branch is placed in a busy location but none could get any hint about this robbery. After all this happened Police was informed and the Police team with SP, Umashankar Dash and DIG, Kabita Jalan reached the area and took stock of the information about this sensational robbery. Two years back a robbery was happened in a branch of IIFL which is closely located to this branch of the bank, IOB. It is assumed that the miscreants could have been the same who had done this in IIFL but through investigation will reveal this soon. But police is now very serious and investigating the matter under SP, and two DSP, P K Mishra and DP Das. Upender Pradhan, IIC of Plant site police station is taking all information relating this matter and under initial operation, police has started sealing areas of movement to other locations i.e. bus stand, railway station and other border areas connecting to neighboring states. Police is now trying to see cctv cameras installed near the location to trace and identify these people. But more likely, whosoever has done this must have been connected to a professional gang. 

Report;Rajesh Mohapatra,Odishabrta 

ROURKELA:Sensational loot by dacoits in Indian Overseas Bank Branch at Madhusudan marg, near Railway Station, Rourkela challenged the police of Rourkela. This morning around 10 am when bank was just opened, few miscreants (7 to 8) entered the bank and covered up the area. Since it was just the opening time few customers were also present. They bluntly threatened and frightened every one inside the branch including customers and staffs. They initially beaten Jagannath Kurmi a cleaning staff then few miscreants walked to the cashier ,Mangaraj Jena and slapped him severely and also did the same with another staff seating to his next, Senior Manager, Bijay Kumar Aeind Then few among them entered the Branch Manager’s chamber and asked the branch manager, Sanjay kumar Jha to hand over the key of strong room, when he refused he got the same treatment they have done with other staffs, after assaulting him they took the key of Strong room and stolen cash worth of Rs.42lakhs. Then they stock all these cash in an Air bag. During this occurrence they made all the customers present in the bank and staffs to kneel down and to bow their head otherwise they will shoot them. These are tactics they have owned as if they have strongly followed a bank robbery scene in a movie. This operation went up to 30 minutes but nobody had dared to call anyone, even the bank staff could not press the alarm button. It could easily be ascertained how confidently they handled the situation. They were all talking in Hindi and even not covered up their faces. Before leaving, they pulled out the hard disk of cctv camera then flew from the spot. Though this branch is placed in a busy location but none could get any hint about this robbery. After all this happened Police was informed and the Police team with SP, Umashankar Dash and DIG, Kabita Jalan reached the area and took stock of the information about this sensational robbery. Two years back a robbery was happened in a branch of IIFL which is closely located to this branch of the bank, IOB. It is assumed that the miscreants could have been the same who had done this in IIFL but through investigation will reveal this soon. But police is now very serious and investigating the matter under SP, and two DSP, P K Mishra and DP Das. Upender Pradhan, IIC of Plant site police station is taking all information relating this matter and under initial operation, police has started sealing areas of movement to other locations i.e. bus stand, railway station and other border areas connecting to neighboring states. Police is now trying to see cctv cameras installed near the location to trace and identify these people. But more likely, whosoever has done this must have been connected to a professional gang. 

Report;Bureau,Odishabarta 

Gopalpur,(Ganjam): Tata Steel has started despatch of Ferro Chrome branded as Tata Tiscrome from its ferro chrome plant located in Gopalpur Industrial Park in Ganjam district of Odisha on June 18, 2018. 

The recently commissioned first green field ferro-chrome plant of Tata Steel achieved a major milestone with the first ever despatch of ferro chrome from the plant getting flagged off by Mr. Chanakya Chaudhary, Vice President, Raw Materials, Tata Steel and Mr Arun Misra Vice President, Project Gopalpur, Tata Steel and MD, TSSEZ. Present on the occasion were Mr. M C Thomas, EIC, FAMD, Mr. R R Satpathy GM (Operations), FAMD, Mr T V S Shenoy, Chief of Marketing & Sales, FAMD, Mr Sushanta Mishra, VP Operation, TSSEZ and other officials of Tata Steel. 

The first despatches were made to Tata Steel’s distributors in North and West India namely M/s Lauls Limited and M/s Rohit & Co. To mark this special occasion, both the distributors extended support of Rs 5 lakh each to “Daughters of Charity Mary Villa Home”, an old age home in Ganjam district. 

As part of the anchor investment in Tata Steel’s Gopalpur Industrial Park, the Ferro-chrome plant has an installed capacity of 55,000 tonnes per annum (TPA). It is a unique environment-friendly plant with state-of-the-art pollution control equipment and technology such as the ETP (Effluent Treatment Plant) and STP (Sewage Treatment Plant). It has 100% water harvesting facility that caters to most of the water needs of the plant. It has an indigenously built semi-closed hybrid furnace, which is first of its kind in India and components procured from all over the world to maintain high standards of quality and safety. Also, it is the first plant in India to use briquetting method of Chrome ore fines agglomeration with ore proportionating facility. It has Factory Stuffing Yard inside the plant premises which has concept to directly dispatch to customers through containers QA Checked, weighed, sealed & customs clearance at site. 

Besides the plant at Gopalpur, Tata Steel has three other Ferro-alloys plants in Odisha, a 65,000 TPA plant at Bamnipal in Keonjhar district, 55,000 ferro Manganese plant in Joda and one at Athagarh in Cuttack district of 55,000 TPA capacity under the management of its 100% subsidiary T S Alloys.

Report;Udayabhanu Sahu,Odishabarta 

DHENKANAL: The meeting of Nodal Officers of different departments of Dhenkanal District for preparation/updating of Departmental Disaster Management Plans for the year 2018 was held on 12.06.2018 in District Conference hall under the Chairmanship of Sj. Nikhil Kumar Pawan, Collector Cum District Magistrate,  District Project Director Nodal Officers from 30 departments of Government of Odisha, officials from Dhenkanal District attended the meeting. 

The Collector Said that, the departments should prepare their department specific plans as per the need of the hour. He suggested that, Health & Family Welfare should incorporate measures to be taken for snakebites in its plan. Housing and Urban development department should incorporate measures to be taken for urban flooding. RD and H&UD departments should keep the district wise data of inventories of resources as annexure in their respective plans. He also suggested the departments to submit their proposal for capacity building on Disaster Management.

Addressing the participants the Deputy Director of emergency Sri Sashanka Sekhar MIshra emphasized upon the mandates of the Disaster Management Act-2005 and importance of preparation of departmental disaster management plans. 

Other department specific important discussions were held in the meeting. Four new departments (Skill Development & Technical Education Department, Tourism Department, Odia Language Literature, Culture Department and Department of Cooperation) will prepare their Departmental DM Plans for the year 2018 as per the direction of District Executive Committee.

By;Ayush Patnaik

Bhubaneswar;Padmabibhusan Dr.Raghunath Mohapatra inaugurated “ Art Pilgrimage” a group exhibition of drawings and paintings by Artists of Odisha and Banaras on Friday , at Subhadra Art Gallery, Bhubaneswar. Senior I.A.S. and Chief Administrator of Shree Jagannath Temple Trust,Puri , famous cine artist Dr Ashru Mochan Mohanty and Prasanta Patnaik, Editor of Sanchar attended as guests.

Among others Prof. S. Param Singh, Founder of Anand-One, Varanasi briefed the audience about the purpose of the Art Pilgrimage from Banaras to Bhubaneswar to interact with the people of the pilgrim cities and to encourage the artists.

As many as 20 artists from Banaras participated and exhibited their best paintings and drawings which were highly appreciated by large number of art lovers, critics and media persons.

Excellent art works of nine guest artists were also displayed. They were Arun Kumar Pallur, Baladev Maharatha, Binodini Behera, Manad Ranjan Jena, Raghunath Sahoo, Sanjata K.C., Sureswae Dhala and Tuhina Joshi.

Participants from Banaras included Asha Prakash, Ajaya Upasani, Dr Gitika, Dr Sarada Singh, Dr Sunil Kumar Singh Kushawaha. Jyotsna Mishra, Nidhi Tripathy, Pankaj Sharma, Pankaj Kumat Verma, Pankaj Verma, Rahul Singh, S. Parnam  Singh, Sankaya Kumar, Shalini Yadav, Sjradha Chaturvedi, Snehalata, Satyend ra Singh Booni, Sunil Kumar Viswakarma and Visakha Pathak.

The Kalbela Dance by Prof S. Pranam Singh, Arcylic on Canvas, Devotion-II by Aasha Prakash, “Man Vrs Nature” by Ajay Upasani, “Dream to Fly” by Dr Sharada Singh, “Holy City of Kashi” by Jyotana Mishra, “Folk Art “ by Nidhi Trpatrhy, “ Power of Nature” by Rajiba Lochan Sahoo, “Affection” by Sanjay Kumar, ‘Mystry” by Sttendra Singh Baoni, and “Butterflies” by Tuhina Joshi were largely appreciated by the visitors.”Mathuragaman” by late Laxminarayan Sahoo was an unique display. 

The exhibition will  remain open till 23rd June for the visitors.

By;Ayush Patnaik

Bhubaneswar;Padmabibhusan Dr.Raghunath Mohapatra inaugurated “ Art Pilgrimage” a group exhibition of drawings and paintings by Artists of Odisha and Banaras on Friday , at Subhadra Art Gallery, Bhubaneswar. Senior I.A.S. and Chief Administrator of Shree Jagannath Temple Trust,Puri , famous cine artist Dr Ashru Mochan Mohanty and Prasanta Patnaik, Editor of Sanchar attended as guests.

Among others Prof. S. Param Singh, Founder of Anand-One, Varanasi briefed the audience about the purpose of the Art Pilgrimage from Banaras to Bhubaneswar to interact with the people of the pilgrim cities and to encourage the artists.

As many as 20 artists from Banaras participated and exhibited their best paintings and drawings which were highly appreciated by large number of art lovers, critics and media persons.

Excellent art works of nine guest artists were also displayed. They were Arun Kumar Pallur, Baladev Maharatha, Binodini Behera, Manad Ranjan Jena, Raghunath Sahoo, Sanjata K.C., Sureswae Dhala and Tuhina Joshi.

Participants from Banaras included Asha Prakash, Ajaya Upasani, Dr Gitika, Dr Sarada Singh, Dr Sunil Kumar Singh Kushawaha. Jyotsna Mishra, Nidhi Tripathy, Pankaj Sharma, Pankaj Kumat Verma, Pankaj Verma, Rahul Singh, S. Parnam  Singh, Sankaya Kumar, Shalini Yadav, Sjradha Chaturvedi, Snehalata, Satyend ra Singh Booni, Sunil Kumar Viswakarma and Visakha Pathak.

The Kalbela Dance by Prof S. Pranam Singh, Arcylic on Canvas, Devotion-II by Aasha Prakash, “Man Vrs Nature” by Ajay Upasani, “Dream to Fly” by Dr Sharada Singh, “Holy City of Kashi” by Jyotana Mishra, “Folk Art “ by Nidhi Trpatrhy, “ Power of Nature” by Rajiba Lochan Sahoo, “Affection” by Sanjay Kumar, ‘Mystry” by Sttendra Singh Baoni, and “Butterflies” by Tuhina Joshi were largely appreciated by the visitors.”Mathuragaman” by late Laxminarayan Sahoo was an unique display. 

The exhibition will  remain open till 23rd June for the visitors.

Report;Bureau,Odishabarta 

Balasore;2-day Rajo Festival celebrated at local stadium with gaiety & color. Organized by Yuba Odisha attracted thousands of visitors. Various traditional Odia food like "Pitha", cake prepared in large numbers & enthralled in various stalls. Besides that as cultural festives dance, song, games like Kabadi, playing cards, ludo games & selfies rejoined the citadel. The prizes also distributed to the participants. Among those guests eminent Activist Santosh Khatua, President of Maa Bharati Go-Seva Kendra; Er. Upendra Bhanja President of Yuba Odisha graced the occasion & applauded for such wide range festival.They requested the organizers to conduct for 3 days from coming year.Mrs. Krishna Pradhan conveyed vote of thanks to all. 

Report;Dhiramohan Ray,Odishabarta 

Talcher: On the occasion of final day of Rajo celebration i.e. 16.06.2018, Ananya Mahila Mandal Jagannath Area organized several competitions like skipping, musical chair, ball in the bucket, hair designing for the girls and ladies of Badatribida village. Smt. Sandhya Brahmapurkar, President Ananya Mahila Mandal, distributed prizes to the winners of the competition.  Laxmipriya Barik won the Rajo Queen award. On this special occasion, Smt. Sandhya Brahmapurkar alongwith her team members distributed chaadar to the old and poor persons of villagers who don’t have any family members to take care of them. Smt. Brahmapurkar said that this work gave her internal satisfaction and the blessings from these elderly needy persons are most valuable to her.

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