Hemant Kumar Rout

New frog species discovered in Peninsular India to help study impact of climate change  

Two new frog species discovered in Peninsular India are indicator of a healthy ecosystem
and can be modeled to study the impact of climate change.

06 Jun 2018

SBI General Insurance to have policy on cyber security

SBI General Insurance to have policy on cyber security unedited With businesses becoming increasingly vulnerable to risks associated with

19 Aug 2017

Union Steel Secretary suggests separate bidding of iron ore

Aruna Sharma said that the government should take proactive role to make people aware on advantages of use of steel.

17 Jun 2017

Blinding fact: Incurable glaucoma on rise in State

Glaucoma cases are on the rise in Odisha. Though there has been no census of glaucoma patients in the State, at least 100 patients with this eye disease are paying visits to different hospitals everyday. 

19 Mar 2017

GAIL India to invest Rs 5,750 Cr for pipeline and distribution projects in Odisha

The GAIL (India) Limited on Wednesday announced to invest Rs 5,750 crore for its pipeline projects in Odisha.

15 Mar 2017

Anti-ballistic missile system for Indian metros soon

A senior defence official said initially, the Government is contemplating to put the ballistic missile defence (BMD) system in place at least in New Delhi.

15 Mar 2017

No cap on range, supersonic cruise missile Brahmos hits 450 km target in test

The two-stage missile, one being solid and the second one ramjet liquid propellant, has already been inducted into the Army and Navy.

12 Mar 2017

Odisha swings into action to eliminate lymphatic filariasis

The districts to be covered under MDA are Cuttack, Dhenkanal, Khurda, Ganjam, Deogarh, Jagatsinghpur, Nayagarh, Angul and Jharsuguda.

08 Mar 2017

Few urban males use condoms

Indians, especially men, are increasingly avoiding sterilisation.

05 Mar 2017

Gender contrast in contraceptives usage in Odisha

Incredible it may sound, men in the State stay away from ‘nasbandi’ and force their better halves to go for sterilisation and adopt other methods of family planning.

05 Mar 2017

Misconceptions cause a decline in number of Indian men opting for sterilization, rural women gain upper hand over urban women

Incredible as it may sound, Indian men prefer to stay away from sterilisation, forcing their better halves to go for it and adopt other methods of family planning.

04 Mar 2017

AAD interceptor missile test a success

This is the second successful test launch of a homegrown interceptor missile by Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) in less than one month.

02 Mar 2017

India achieves major milestone in its anti-ballistic missile programme

India successfully test launched two homegrown interceptor missiles capable of destroying targets at exo and endo-atmospheric regions, in the last 20 days.

01 Mar 2017

State proposes 4 new ESI hospitals

Proposed hospitals, if approved, will be set up at Balasore, Paradip, Berhampur and Jeypore

24 Feb 2017

Lab vacancies squeeze Ayurvedic drugs supply

The State is staring at shortage of Ayurvedic drugs as hundreds of drug samples are lying untested at the State Drug Testing and Research Laboratory (SDTRL) which is suffering from technical staff crunch.

20 Feb 2017