Odisha Council of Ministers to approve 2017-18 Budget today

The Odisha Council of Ministers will approve the Budget for 2017-18 on Wednesday. The Council of Ministers’ meet which has been convened at 5.30 pm at the State Secretariat under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik will be followed by Cabinet meeting at 6.30 pm.

By prameya news7.






  • Tension grips Saranga IGIT as students sit on dharna

    Tension ran high at the Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology (IGIT), Saranga in Dhenknal district as students sat on a dharna at the institute gate this morning in protest against anti-social activities in the campus.



  • Court allows Vigilance to take tainted IAS Mishra on 2-day remand

    The Special Vigilance Judge, Cuttack on Monday allowed the Vigilance to take tainted IAS officer and suspended Odisha Small Industries Corporation (OSIC) Managing Director Partha Sarathi Mishra on two-day remand to interrogate him about his ill-gotten money. Mishra will be taken on remand from Tuesday.




  • Vigilance to focus on attachment, confiscation of assets

    As part of its anti-corruption drive, State the Government has instructed the Vigilance Directorate to fully focus on attachment and confiscation properties of corrupt officials in order to prevent the corrupt public servants from enjoying the fruits of corruption.


  • Poll violence in Nayagarh; Five hurt, one serious

    In yet another pre-poll violence, six persons, including one seriously, were injured as two groups of people belonging to two political parties brawled over some poll issues in Odisha’s Nayagarh district this morning.


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