Bhubaneswar, due to its strategic importance in eastern India and ever-increasing size and population, deserves to be a smart city.
Jannagraha believes in fostering the urban civic community, allowing citiznens to connect with each other, and with their civic agencies and local government bodies to make a real difference in their own neighbourhoods.
Should women in Odisha be allowed to choose their own profession?
Bhubaneswar falls in the same seismic zone III classification as Ahmedabad, but Bhubaneswar is far less likely to witness the sort of damage that Ahmedabad felt in 2001.
The state government must make it a point to go beyond the political expediency and make concert efforts to help Odisha rise above the 1.4 % Internet penetration in the coming years.
The panorama of schools in Bhubaneswar is huge. Enumerated with a number of vernacular medium schools since its establishment, the state capital started with 3 English Medium Schools- DM Public School, St. Joseph’s Convent and Central School in the early 1950s and has emerged as the educational hub of Eastern India.