In an exclusive interview with My City Links, Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Chandra Sarathi Behera spoke how the state government could take up the challenge and script a success story with the 22nd Asian Athletics Championships. Excerpts:
How was the 90-day challenge like?
The 90 days
The world of photography is dreamy but it demands a perseverance that a tenacious few like Mohsin Abrar can pursue with zeal. A native of Cuttack, Mohsin followed his passion for travel photography even to Dubai, where he now currently lives. He has been published
The oldest guest house of the capital, Yatri Nivas lies in a state of serious neglect with no signs of immediate repair. Even as the demand for affordable accommodation by tourists is on the rise in the city, authorities appear to be indifferent towards improving
That Odias love the non-vegetarian ‘days’ of the week is no hidden fact! But what if their favourite mutton, chicken, fish or prawn can be delivered right at their doorstep, that too all fresh and healthy? No more going to the market to see the
Mountain calling is true and when an adventure awaits in the hills, YOU MUST GO! Not the first, but here we take you on a visual trip to the second highest mountain peak of Odisha, which is too beautiful to be real.
Mahedragiri Mountain stands at
Although it is evident in the report by National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) that there has been a 30% rise in the population of tiger in the country, the shocking fact is that Odisha has faced a considerable decline in the tiger count. As per
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Dr. Gayatribala Panda needs no introduction in Odia literature. She has carved a niche for herself as an Odia poet, fiction writer, literary critic and journalist. She is also the recipient of ‘Kendriya Sahitya Academi Award’ for her poetry collection ‘Gaan’ (The Village) in 2011.
Long before the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857, a group of intrepid warriors came together in Khordha to raise the banner of revolt against the British after they deposed King Mukunda Dev II and took over his fort in 1804. The area was the last pocket
She is the only lady judo coach in the state but that isn’t all that sets apart Gitanjali Panda. Wife of late Biranchi Das, former coach of marathon wonder kid Budhia Singh, Gitanjali has been bravely fighting her own battle ever since her husband was