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Justice Quddusi sells judgement, gets ‘Bhawana’ Nexus

OPERATION SCARED COW Justice Ishrat Masroor Quddusi and his mediator Bhawana Pandey were caught on Camera fixing judgement for a public interest litigation. Quddusi and Bhawana were caught at Hotel Oberoi, New Delhi in 2014 Justice Quddusi and Bhawana arrested by CBI  yesterday for enabling private medical colleges to admit students to MBBS courses despite a…

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Whose THIS ? Why does BJD make transaction on this SBI account?

By Subash Mohapatra BHUBANESWAR: It seems BJD manufactured another clever strategy to defame media with created documents. Our recent exposure “BJD BJD Uses Hawala Money in the Odisha Assembly Elections !” uncovered the dark truth. For our readers, we provide evidence the mysterious account in SBI Bhubaneswar Main Branch.

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Fake philanthropist illegally confines 25000 indigenous children in Odisha, Where is the State?

They are children of first people. They were living with parents. An education mafia brought them to Odisha’s capital Bhubaneswar to mainstream and to education with free shelter and food. But the mafia keeps them illegally confined. The indigenous children continue to be the victims of torture, inhuman degrading treatment and denial of adequate standard…

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NGT issues notice to Centre, Odisha govt over KIMS’ forest land grab

KOLKATA: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) today served notices to Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT) and Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) on charges of illegal construction on forest land in violation of Forest Conservation Act 1980.

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Dana Majhi under scanner for receiving foreign donation

By Subash Mohapatra BHUBANESWAR: Dana Majhi, a tribal farmer from Odisha’s Kalahandi district, is under scanner of Ministry of Home Affairs for receiving foreign contribution without prior approval from concern authorities.

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Its Naveen Raj: His officer grabs tube well, refuses water to poor in Kalahandi

By Subash Mohapatra BHUBANESWAR: Its Naveen Raj. Deprivation, denial and discriminating against the poor of Odisha’s poverty infamous Kalahandi remain a fate line. Please don’t expect any exception. His officer can curtail every rights of citizen, and no action is expected.

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Tribal girl, victim of rape by Odisha Police, waits compensation for last three years

By Subash Mohapatra BHUBANESWAR: A nine-year-old tribal girl has been waiting compensation under Odisha Victim Compensation Scheme for last three years. Due to lack of fund, the victim has not been paid and thanks to Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik led home department, whose police personnel committed rape on her when she was six, has no…

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Honey trap used for chit-fund promotion, derailing investigation

By Subash Mohapatra BHUBANESWAR: It seems Odisha bureaucrats fell into honey trap as the chit-fund operators managed to get success in their dirty businesses in the State by looting lakhs of poor people. The role of two former Chief Secretaries of Odisha for the promotion of chit fund is likely to be investigated by Central…

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Naveen’s police grabs public property, breaks into PWD bungalow

By Subash Mohapatra  The Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik often opens his remarks by saying: Law will take its own course. But the Odisha police seems to be more powerful than the state government machinery and law. After a   horrific incident of killing of five tribals recently, including a two-year-old child, near Gumudumaha village in Kandhamal…

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IFS Officer Rajiv Kumar threatened to kill me: Odia Actress

By Subash Mohaptara BHUBANESWAR: An Odia actress has leveled serious allegation against IFS officer Rajiv Kumar in a deposition made to the Sub-Divisional Judicial Magistrate of Bhubaneswar city claiming that she has been threatened for her life after she was repeatedly raped over the last one year.

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After doctors, revenue officers go missing in Odisha

By Subash Mohapatra BHUBANESWAR:  Days after Odisha government dismissed 448 doctors for prolonged absence from duty without any explanation; eight senior officers of state Revenue and Disaster Management Department have gone missing in action, setting off a frenetic hunt by the authorities for their whereabouts.

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