Photography is the art of capturing emotions through images, which helps us to re-live those moments once again. During my early days in the city, I would see photographers only during some occasional events, capturing some of the precious moments of a wedding or some event. But those days are long gone; now one can find a photographer in every nook and corner of the city carrying a camera and randomly clicking pictures of the people passing by. This emerging trend leaves you wondering why photography has caught up with the city youth in the past couple of years.
City planners in Bhubaneswar must find a way to rethink their strategy in order to solve these basic infrastructural challenges and help Bhubaneswar transform into a model city.
Squally wind speed reaching 50-60 kmph gusting to 70 kmph from Northeast direction would prevail along and off Odisha coasts. The wind speed would increase to 80-90 kmph along and off Odisha coast from today evening. Sea condition would be rough to very rough in next 12 hours and thereafter it would be very rough to high along and off Odisha Coast.
Every year 10% of tropical storms across the world appear in the north Indian Ocean and on an average 5 to 6 of them become tropical cyclones. The yearly ratio of cyclones building up in the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea is 4:1 as the latter is relatively much cooler.
Bhubaneswar, the city named after Lord Tribhubaneswar dates back to 2000 years. Evolving through centuries, from a mere collection of villages to becoming the state capital, the city has innumerable pages inked on its history.
Any other state, passengers would have taken matter into their hands or staged agitations forcing the authorities to stop putting passengers’ lives at risk. Why this is not happening here is beyond me.