The Naveen Patnaik government in Odisha ordered a judicial inquiry after the keys were reported missing on 4 April.
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19 tribal children have lost their lives in past three months due to alleged malnutrition in Jajpur, Odisha
Handicaps of history can never come in the way of personal ambition though. Fresh from her massive mandate, Mamata Banerjee has already sounded the bugle for 2019. It remains to be seen how the 'alternative force' takes shape around her.
Whichever government comes to power will land neck-deep in an economic crisis, thanks to the UPA's scorched-earth policy of the last 3 years. It will have to do out-of-the-box thinking to fix the economy.
Patnaik dismissed as "totally baseless" and "false allegations" the Congress party vice-president charge that the BJD government had embezzled central funds meant for the welfare of the poor and the tribals, "The Congress party is sinking all over India including in Odisha," he said.
Lashed by cyclone 'Phailin' and grappling with the resultant floods, Odisha government today sought immediate release of Rs 1,523 crore from the Centre to expedite relief and restoration efforts even as the death toll from the twin phenomena touched 36.
In its efforts to evolve a consensus on NCTC, the Home Ministry has sent draft SOPs listing powers and functions to all heads of state.
Contrary to Patnaik's claims, the Home Minister said the Odisha Chief Minister had not sought any help from the Centre in resolving the hostage situation.
In a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Jayalalithaa emphasised that the "the disturbing provisions of the recent Office Memorandum of the Union Ministry of Home Affairs need in depth analysis and consultations with all the States".