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Feb 17, 2019
CPI's D Raja says his party, CPM, JMM and Congress in talks to form alliance in Odisha; details of seat-sharing to be finalised soonCPI National Council member Ramakrushna Panda said the party has proposed to field its candidates in 12 Assembly seats and two Lok Sabha seats.
Feb 06, 2019
Former Congress MLA Jogesh Singh, who was suspended by party's Odisha unit for 'anti-party remarks', joins Biju Janata DalJogesh Singh's entry into the ruling BJD coincided with the visit of Congress President Rahul Gandhi to Odisha to address rallies at Bhawanipatna in Kalahandi district and Rourkela in Sundrgarh district on Wednesday
Aug 13, 2018
Prakash Javadekar denies BJP-BJD alliance for Rajya Sabha deputy chairman poll, says regional party not part of NDAPrakash Javadekar, who arrived in Bhubaneswar on a three-day visit to the state, is scheduled to attend a party meeting in Berhampur on Monday.
Aug 11, 2018
Rajya Sabha deputy chairman election: Odisha Congress says BJD supporting BJP due to party's resurgence in stateThe Congress on Friday claimed that its resurgence in Odisha has forced the BJD to strengthen ties with old ally BJP by backing the NDA candidate in the Rajya Sabha deputy chairman election.
May 06, 2018
BJD considering early selection of candidates for 2019 polls, says Odisha CM Naveen PatnaikOdisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik on Sunday said the BJD is seriously considering early selection of party candidates for the general elections due next year.
Jan 08, 2018
Odisha Congress blames BJD, BJP for politicising Mahanadi water issue, warns of intensifying stirOdisha state Congress unit has sought immediate intervention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for amicable settlement of Mahanadi water dispute
Jun 26, 2017
Presidential Election 2017: Odisha Congress slams BJD for supporting Ram Nath KovindHitting out at ruling BJD in Odisha for announcing support to NDA's presidential candidate even before UPA named its pick, Congress on Monday said the move showed the regional party's affinity to BJP and desire to protect its narrow interests.