The state government has decided to set up a driving training institute to teach youths aspiring to drive heavy vehicles free of cost. A 12-acre land has been identified near Khandagiri for it.
After the relaxation of the model code of conduct, police and civic body authorities are gearing up to conduct a joint inspection of sites where multi-level parking lots can be built.
The state government has decided to allot a one-acre plot for the proposed building at Chandrasekhapur at a nominal ground rent of Rs 300 per year.
A chartered flight carrying 12 tourists and three crew members from Spain landed at the Biju Patnaik International Airport here on Saturday.
AIIMS Bhubaneswar will soon open private rooms for indoor patients. The furnished air-conditioned luxury cabins fitted with LCD TVs and refrigerators would cost around Rs 2,000 per day; around 50 per cent of the price in private hospitals with comparable infrastructure.
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.