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Launching Khoyapaya Website

New Delhi ,2nd june 2015:-The Union Minister of Women and Child Development, Smt Maneka Sanjay Gandhi and Union Minister of Communication & IT, Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad jointly launched the Khoya Paya web portal at a function organised at National Media Centre in New Delhi today. The Khoya Paya portal is a citizen based website to exchange information on missing ... Read More »

Ashis Kumar Singh joined as New SP of Bargarh District

Bargarh : 2nd June 2015 (By Surendra Hota). Today 2010 batch IPS officer Ashis Kumar Singh joined at 27th Superintendent of Police of Bargarh . Priviously he worked as SP Nuapada & Debgarh , Former SP Dr Umashankar Dash joined as SP Jharsuguda . Read More »

Devasnana Purnima celebrated at Puri

. PURI ,2nd June 2015 (By Biswaranjan Mishra) :- Snana-Yatra ( Deva Snana Purnima) is celebrated at Puri . Devasnana Purnima is an inseparable part of the famous Rath Yatra Puri. The day is believed to be the birthday of the Lord Jagannatha. This day, the full-moon day of the month of Jyestha, the deities are bathed by 108 pitchers ... Read More »

US Secretary of Defense Dr Ashton Carted arrived in India

Visakhapatnam,2nd May 2015 :- Leading a high level delegation, the US Secretary of Defence Dr Ashton Carter arrived in Visakhapatnam today on a 3 day visit to the country. This would be Dr Carter’s first visit to India as Secretary of Defence. He had earlier visited India in September 2013 and July 2012 as Deputy Secretary of Defence. As Deputy ... Read More »

India attaches great importance to friendship with Sweden .Bilateral agreement signed during visit will lead to further fruitful engagement, says President

New Delhi ,2nd June 2015 ,King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden hosted last evening (June 1, 2015) a banquet in honour of President Pranab Mukherjee. In a banquet speech, President Mukherjee said India attaches great importance to its long standing friendship with Sweden. Though the two nations are geographically distant from each other, both are bound by ... Read More »

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