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28, Apr 2020, by : Satya Narayana Sahu

Today is the 171st birth anniversary of legendary Utkalgaurab Madhusudan Das from Odisha. Affectionately hailed as Madhubabu he was born in 1848 on 28th April and embraced Christianity in 1868. His role in unifying Odisha and building India constituted shining aspects of his many splendoured accomplishments. He had three main visions - industrialisation of Odisha and providing alternate employment opportunities to people dependent on agriculture, empowerment of Dalits and Women and Skill development of people. In his quest for industrialisation he had the grRead News

10, Mar 2020, by : Satya Narayana Sahu

In Odisha the ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) has chalked out a novel and constructive programme to celebrate international women's day and 104th birth anniversary of Biju Patnaik who pioneered reservation of 33 per cent seats in Panchayats in our country. It has been decided by the top leadership of the BJD that both these events shall be celebrated by organizing women's rallies with minimum participation of three to five thousand women in each MLA constituency and honoring minimum of ten women of the constituency for their outstanding contributions to the cause of women's empowerment. As part of the celebRead News

16, Dec 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

Delhi: Popular Bollywood celebrities including Konkona Sen Sharma, Swara Bhasker, Ali Fazal, Richa Chadha, Vikrant Massey, Soni Razdan among others have reacted on the violence in Delhi's Jamia Milia Islamia University. Yesterday (15th December), Delhi Police entered the Jamia campus after the protests against Citizen Amendment Act turned violent in national capital. As per reports, Police entered university campus without any permission and beat up students as well as staff members.Read News

05, Dec 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

Over the past few weeks several incidents of rape and other crime against women have been reported from different parts of the country and the most gruesome amongst them being the gang-rape and murder of a veterinarian doctor which took place earlier this week in the outskirts of Hyderabad in Telangana. The incident took entire country with shock and anger resulting in pan-India protests seeking nothing but death penalty for the culprits. Protestors from different parts of the country demanded that the four truckRead News

16, Oct 2019, by : Satya Narayana Sahu

Odisha CM Shri Naveen Patnaik is now 73 year old. His nobility as also his empathy for the suffering humanity was amply demonstrated in his humble decision not to celebrate his birth day on 16th October, 2019 on account of the enormous loss and damage suffered by people and State of Odisha due to havoc caused by Fani cyclone in coastal areas in early May this year.Read News

20, Jul 2019, by : FnF Correspondent

Former officials praised her for administrative skills -- and rapport with most party legislators. Despite a heart operation in 2012, the chief minister never went to sleep before 11 at night, said an aide. She was a product of Convent of Jesus and Mary School in Delhi and of Miranda House college in Delhi University. She loved movies and music -- and read Guy dRead News

09, Jul 2019, by : Satya Narayana Sahu

Yesterday i.e. on 8th July 2019, the 106th birth anniversary of comrade late Shri Jyoti Basu was celebrated in India. He was an iconic figure of our public life. His assumption of the office of the Chief Minister of West Bengal in 1977 and his continuation in that office for 23 years is as muchRead News

10, Nov 2018, by : S N Sahu

The killing of Tigress Avni on the ground that she was a man eater caused outrage across the nation and in many parts of the world. It generated widespread disapproval of the action of the State Government in putting an end to the life of a protected species of life which enjoys the exalted status of national animal.Read News

19, Oct 2018, by : S N Sahu

In October 1936 the Queen of Travancore issued a proclamation allowing entry of all Hindus including Harijans to enter temples which were prohibited to many on account of caste identityRead News

24, Sep 2018, by : S.N. Sahu

The inauguration of the Sadananda Sinha Conference Hall in the Economics Department of Ravenshaw University was an occasion in which we celebrated the the idea of excellence associated with the life and work of late Shri Sinha.Read News

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