BERHAMPUR: The government has decided to sink at least 45 tube-wells in the town and press more tankers into service to mitigate the drinking water problem this summer.
Poaching of migratory birds continues unabated in the Chilika Lake despite warning by wildlife officials against killing of winged guests in Asia’s largest blue lagoon.
The inhuman practice of manual scavenging is prevalent in Berhampur, notwithstanding its ban.
BERHAMPUR: Heavy siltation of the Rushikulya river has led to increased conductivity of the water and the river bed has risen up to the land level making it unfit for consumption and even cultivati
Bhubaneswar: Despite death of 149 elephants, mostly due to poaching and electrocution during last two years in Odisha, the population of pachyderms has increased to 1930 from 1886 in 2010.
Short supply of seeds from the Agricultural Department has distressed farmers in Ganjam district raising doubts over kharif cultivation.
BHUBANESWAR: Large-scale erosion of Olive Ridley nesting grounds in the State has prompted the Wildlife Wing to look for answers.
BERHAMPUR: Emu, the flightless bird from Australia, is gradually changing the trend of poultry farming in south Odisha.
BERHAMPUR: Even as much has been said about the provision of facilities for the promotion of sports and games, the reality is different in the city.
BERHAMPUR: Thousands of people are thronging the Gokhorkuda beach here to watch Olive Ridley hatchlings emerging from the eggs.
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