Every one of us is essentially an ambassador of our city. We represent and shape our city though our conduct and approach. Therefore, it is highly pointless to blame the city without doing your bit. So before you start blaming your city, look within yourself and ask, “Am I a good/bad/ugly ambassador of this city?”
Some of the women achievers of Odisha, who have made it big and made us proud, forever!
Shopping or not, Market Building is a must-visit destination for any tourist yearning to catch the real vibes of the city.
Hailed as a planned city once upon a time, Bhubaneswar is increasingly becoming unsafe for the pedestrians for lack of proper road infrastructures and unregulated traffic in the by lanes in particular.
There needs to be a radical reform in the way the rent of a house is determined. With authorities intervening in the determination of rents of houses in specific locations, many would find decent houses at a reasonable price range. The formulation of new rules about rent calculation and making house agreement at BMC office mandatory can go a long way in ensuring stability in the rent pricing, which is governed by monopoly and demand-supply factors in the city at the moment.
Entrepreneurship is a challenge. But it can get even more challenging when there’s no support from the society that looks at you pathetically and the government that turns a blind eye to the struggles of start-up entrepreneurs. I seriously think with necessary support from the government, Odia entrepreneurs can definitely do much better and change the popular perception towards business over job as a professional choice.