'First COVID-19 and now Amphan': Farmers in coastal Odisha stare at an uncertain future as cyclone destroys crops, only means of livelihood
Cyclone Amphan made its landfall in the Sundarban area of West Bengal, but before that, on its way, it left destruction in hundreds of villages in Odisha's Balasore district
Cyclone Bulbul: Naveen Patnaik announces 'special package' ranging from Rs 6,800 to Rs 18,000 per hectare for affected farmers
Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik on Monday announced a special package for the people affected by the cyclone 'Bulbul' and asked officials to step up the restoration operation.
Cyclone Bulbul: Two dead, NDRF official injured in Odisha; heavy downpour, gale winds damage crops, houses
Though Cyclone Bulbul skipped Odisha and made landfall between West Bengal and Bangladesh coasts on Saturday, heavy downpour and gale-force winds left a trail of destruction, damaging hundreds of houses, uprooting trees, electric poles and affecting telecom towers in the state, officials said
Odisha likely to witness another cyclone; 15 districts put on alert to deal with possible flood-like situation
With the depression over the Bay of Bengal set to intensify into a cyclone, the Odisha government put 15 districts on alert to deal with a possible flood-like situation.
While issuing a yellow warning, the IMD said at least 19 districts will experience thunderstorms with lightning on Wednesday.
Daily Bulletin: Karnataka Congress MLAs to meet ahead of upcoming Assembly session; yellow alert issued in Odisha; day's top stories and more
Here are today's top stories: Congress to hold meet in Bengaluru today to strategise on upcoming legislative session in Karnataka; IMD predicts moderate to heavy rain in nineteen districts of Odisha today, issues yellow warning; and more
Rajnath Singh says Pulwama attack outcome of frustration among militants, accuses Pakistan of 'patronising terrorism'
Asserting that all political parties have pledged full support to the government, Rajnath Singh said the entire nation stands behind the Army, who would certainly "teach the enemy a lesson".
IMD issues heavy rainfall warning for Odisha for next three days as low pressure forms over Bay of Bengal
In view of adverse weather conditions in Odisha, the met centre advised fishermen not to venture into the deep sea of the west central and north Bay of Bengal till Tuesday.
People of Odisha woke up to a bright morning on Saturday after three days of heavy downpour even as the IMD warned of more rainfall in several parts of the state
Odisha to experience heavy rain and strong winds in the next 24-48 hours due to formation of depression
Many parts of Odisha have been lashed by downpour for the last couple of days because of a cyclonic circulation and low pressure
Odisha: 3 labourers killed, 3 injured in accident at Adani Group-managed Dhamra Port; workers' protest turns violent
At least three labourers were killed and three injured on Tuesday when a heap of coal collapsed on them at Adani Group-managed Dhamra Port in Odisha's Bhadrak district.
At least five labourers were killed and as many injured when a coal heap caved in at Dhamra Port Company Ltd (DPCL) premises leading to arson and violence at Dhamra in Bhadrak district on Tuesday, officials said.
Kalam had spent most of his time here as part of his efforts to develop missiles for the protection of the country
Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik has asked the administration to evacuate people from low-lying areas of Keonjhar, Bhadrak and Jajpur districts due to incessant rain
The Odisha government on Sunday issued a flood alert in six districts after the meteorological department forecast heavy rainfall in the next two days.
Violence had erupted in Bhadrak town on Thursday after a group staged a demonstration near the Town police station demanding immediate arrest of those involved in posting offensive remarks against Hindu deities on social media.
Bhadrak in Odisha witnessed violence on Friday after derogatory comments on Ram and Sita were posted on a Facebook page. An indefinite curfew has been imposed in view of the volatile situation.
Even two full days after the rains stopped, a population of nearly 68, 000 spread over 647 villages in Balasore still remain marooned.