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  • 1. Vasu  |  March 24, 2010 at 3:04 am

    I think you people are more in initiating some cultural activities. But, could you please suggest me the best teams or forums whose main mission is to highlight the drawbacks in the Orissa Govt. and can impact them and get the output interms of better development in Orissa in all angles…

    Please assist me in getting that type of…pls

    I am desperete in doing something for Orissa, but im helpless..

    Thanks,
    Vasu

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  • 2. brajesh kumar panda  |  July 12, 2010 at 7:47 am

    i like the govt job in orissa

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  • 3. k praveen  |  August 20, 2010 at 8:16 am

    dear sir,
    as per MOU(2006) signed between starlite energy ltd and industrial department of odisha had not fulfilled any need mentioned in MOU agreement. we the un employed people of jharsuguda r not getting any jobs in any industries. although jharsuguda is the main industrial belt of odisha but the peaple of jharsuguda r not getting any opportunity for jobs wheather they r skilled or unskilled. but peaple r getting jobs those who not from jharsuguda. for ex :- vedanta & other companies under vedanta had not a single office at jharsuguda .where the un employed peaple will drop there resume channi radha engg works had taken 500 + peaple from tamil nadu evonik energy had taken resently 40 peaple from bbsr .few days ago vedanta own had filled 340 + peaple but not a single person from jsg .
    as per dist employment exchange officer he had not a single person recruitted in any industry. peaple r getting jobs hear at jsg from other village, other town ,other dist, other state, not only this from other countries also . but we r not getting any jobs .
    sir kindly solve our problem for which we shell b very greatful to u.
    thanking u sir
    your’s
    praveen (un employed)

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  • 4. RANJAN K NANDY  |  September 15, 2010 at 2:16 pm

    Myself R.K. Nandy, the first ever developer of Santali Font in India in 1997, interested to develop Koshali font. Kindly extend your support to develop Koshali font. Please send your collections of original Koshali script based literatures in electronic format (preferably scanned or in PDF format).

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  • 5. bims  |  November 20, 2010 at 1:39 am

    Nice Discussion and Development Forum, i like its

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  • 6. Brahmadatta Sahu  |  December 25, 2010 at 1:12 pm

    I would like to attained all the cultural programme.

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  • 7. Sukanta Kar,Charbahal,Kalahandi  |  March 3, 2011 at 6:06 am

    sir,
    please add specialties of all districts of western odissa, like kalahandi is famous for ghumura,chhatar jattra,maa manikeswar temple

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  • 8. Ramesh Chandra Rath  |  May 29, 2012 at 7:50 am

    Juhar
    A timely initiative to protect the interests of the western odisha. Let us prepare a website covering places of tourist interest of the region. It should highlight the bigger tourist attractions like Narsighnath, harishankar, Ushakothi sanctuary, Horakud dam, Buddhist remainings in the form of 64 Jogini Mandir near titilagarh, Gupteswar Shiva Mandir (Boipariguda in Koraput), Balimela Dam, Dduma waterfalls, Kalimela Dam, Satkoshia Gond, Samleswari Temple, Manikeswari Mandir of Bhawanipatna, Belkhandi Shiva mandir …… to smaller eco-tourism, river valley, haat bazar ….. Handicrafts village/works at Barpalli, Sonepur, Boudh, Phulbani … etc. More tourist inflow to boost rural economy of the region.

    rcrath,
    DGM/ Faculty Member,
    Bankers Institutte of Rural Development (BIRD)
    a unit of National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD),
    Sector-H, Kanpur Road, Lucknow

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  • 9. Sindhia  |  November 17, 2014 at 4:49 pm

    Sambalpuri folk songs are the sweetest songs in Odisha. It is unfortunate that in spite of the existence of such a forum, there is no Koshli dictionary available online for lovers of Sambalpuri folk songs.

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