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Malkangiri encounter: In surprise operation, crucial blows to Maoists
Indian Express

Malkangiri encounter: In surprise operation, crucial blows to ...

The four dead are yet to be identified while a fifth Maoist escaped with his INSAS rifle. A DAY after 24 Maoists were killed in one of the biggest such operations, security forces killed four more Naxals in a fresh encounter in the same area of ... Indian Express, 1 day ago
Times of India

District judge to probe Gumudumaha killings

BHUBANESWAR: The state government has appointed the district and sessions judge, Kandhamal, as the one-man inquiry commission to probe the killing of five persons in alleged police-Maoists crossfire at Gumudumaha village in Kandhamal district on ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago
Times of India

OHRC hauls up energy dept for Dhenkanal tragedy

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha Human Rights Commission (OHRC) on Friday sought a report from the energy department about steps taken in the aftermath of the electrocution of six passengers at Bhuban, Dhenkanal district on Tuesday. The incident took place ...
 Times of India1 month ago OHRC orders probe into custodial torture  New Indian Express1 month ago Custodial torture: OHRC issues notice to Cuttack rural SP  Times of India1 month ago Custody death: Rs 4 Lakh for Balangir deceased's kin  New Indian Express1 month ago
Times of India

Body on shoulders: Lawyer files complaint against Kalahandi collector, CDMO

BHUBANESWAR: Subash Chandra Mohapatra, a human rights lawyer, on Sunday filed a complaint against Kalahandi district collector, the chief district medical officer (CDMO) and some other officers alleging that they abused Dana Majhi, and his minor ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Times of India

Kalahandi's tale of woes far from over

Bhubaneswar: If Phanus Punji became symbol of Odisha's abject poverty in 1984, more than three decades later, Dana Majhi's story has shaken the state and grabbed international attention. Phanus, the poor woman had sold her sister-in-law Banita for ...
 Times of India1 month ago

After outrage, Odisha government launches scheme to transport bodies

A tribal was forced to walk 10 km carrying dead wife for lack of ambulance A day after the picture of a tribal man carrying his dead wife on his shoulder walked 10 km in the absence of an ambulance service in Odisha's Kalahandi district triggered ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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