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Oriya film to be released in the Year 2012

February 2, 2012

ACP Ranbir

Gangster

Prabhu

Mr Anadi

Om Sai Ram

Nai Separi kanaka Gori

Shapath

Raju Awara

Luchakali 

Premika

Om Sai Ram

Vinshak oriya movie

Raja Jhia Sange heigala Bhaba

Shaan and Udit narayan in kebe tame naha kebe mu nahi

Something Something Oriya movie

Om oriya film

Ekaa ekaa oriya movie

Gud Boy Oriya film

Big Break online Audition

Matric Fail odia film

Sushree Sriya Mishra

Maharathi

Kalijuga ra kalia

Hajila Samparka Paaichi Pheri

Kebe tame naha kebe mu nahi

Oriya Film Idiot

Guru Oriya Film

Om Sai Ram

Upcoming odia movie Sweatheart

Odia Actor Anubhav Mohanty

http://movies.fullorissa.com/category/oriya-films/

Superstar Odia Movie
Kebe tame naha kebe mu nahi official videos
Buddhaditya Mohanty in Sony TV
Kebe tame naha kebe mu nahi press meet
Something Something Photo Gallery and Movie Stills
Oriya TV serials
Emiti bi prema hue Video Songs and Trailer
List of Oriya Films Till Date 1936 – 2012

Orissa property bazaar

February 11, 2011

Author: bulu
Subject: Orissa Property Bazaar
Posted: 11-February-2011 at 9:52pm

Greetings!!

Fullorissa.com is live with Orissa Property Bazaar Located over here http://property.fullorissa.com

 

We are providing  you an exciting  launch offer – Free Gold Membership (limited period) , to promote your  real estate business  through our website.

Why Fullorissa?

>>  fullorissa.com is the highest visited website of Orissa with about 10 Lakh page views per month

>>  Number 1 Web portal of Orissa.

>>  Wide Range of visitors from India and Abroad.

>>  Highest number of registered users from Orissa.

>>  Already established in the web industry for last 10 Years.  And lots more..

As all of our web products are showing great performance in the Web Industry, So we step forward to do something in the field of real estate

FullOrissa Property Bazaar is a new Venture of FullOrissa.com. It’s a Place for both buyer and seller. It’s a medium through which one can Post/Search for properties online.

As a Real estate Merchant it will be easier for you to get more number of direct customers not only from Orissa but from India & Abroad through FullOrissa Property Bazaar.

About the offer (Gold Plan) – What yo get out of it?

  1. You can post 100s of Properties
  2. You can post Featured Properties (photo in the home page)
  3. Premium Builder Listings (your logo at our featured list in the homepage)
  4. Contact Info Display (Direct mode of Contact with the visitors)
  5. SMS Receiving Facility (SMS alert to your mobile)
  6. Microsite (Your own webpage with photographs and other details etc.. at our property website)

And tons of other facilities, we promote your business online, and with all our past experiences we do it in a better way.

So what are you waiting for, Get registered and start posting your properties.

Here is the link to register online http://www.property.fullorissa.com/register.php

 

 

Thanks
Bulu Pattanaik

Oriya Calendar and Panjika 2011

February 8, 2011

Hi, here is the Oriya Calendar and Panjika 2011

http://www.fullorissa.com/calendar

Thanks

Bulu Pattanaik

Mission, Vision, Achievements, Profile, Updates : FULLORISSA UPDATES…

February 7, 2011

Author: bulu
Subject: FULLORISSA UPDATES…
Posted: 07-February-2011 at 4:23pm

Hi All,

fullorissa.com is live with Orissa Property Bazaar – a perfect place for buying and selling of Properties.
 
http://property.fullorissa.com
 
Register now and start posting your properties, we are offering gold membership free for now.
 
This offer would be valid for a limited period only.
 
So register now to enjoy Gold Membership
 
Start posting your property updates at the site.
 
Thanks
Bulu Pattanaik
 

Orissa approves investment of Rs 3,400 crore

February 5, 2011
Bhubaneswar, Feb 4 (PTI) Carrying forward itsindustrialisation process, Orissa government today approvedinvestment proposals of Rs 3,400 crore in steel, cement andpaper sector, official sources said.

The proposals from different companies were approvedby the State Level Single Window Clearance Committee (SLWCC)headed by Chief Secretary B K Patnaik.

Of the total Rs 3,400 crore investment proposalsapproved by the SLSWCC, Rs 2,870 crore would be in the steelsector, said industries secretary T Ramachandru.

Among other projects, SLWCC approved a proposal fromTata Steel to set up a re-bar mill and a hi-carbon ferrochromeunit at its Gopalpur SEZ in Ganjam district. The steel majorwould invest Rs 800 crore in the project, he said.

As the Tatas had earlier dropped their plan to set upa mega steel plant at Gopalpur due to scarcity of water, thistime the company had been asked to use water through theprocess of desalination, Ramachandru said.

While the Tata Steel was planning to manufacture 4lakh metric ton of re-bar mill per annum from its re-bar millunit, it would produce 55,000 metric tons of hi-carbonferrochrome at the Gopalpur SEZ to be set up by the company.

Other steel units included a 0.6 mtpa integrated plantat an investment of Rs 925 crore by Shyam Steel Industry, SriBajrang Power

Frame Chilika policy soon: Court

February 5, 2011
Refusing to interfere with the ongoing demolition of unauthorised prawn culture encroachments in Chilika, the Orissa High Court in a significant ruling on Friday directed the State government to frame a detailed Chilika policy soon to ensure that no shrimp culture ponds are set up within one kilometre of the lake as directed by the Supreme Court in 1996.

The High Court also asked the government to remove all encroachments from the lake and provide adequate protection to primary fishermen of the area to carry on their traditional fishing practices for the purpose of earning their livelihood. These comprehensive directions came from the Division Bench of Chief Justice V. Gopala Gowda and Justice B.N. Mohapatra while disposing of two writ petitions filed in connection with the ongoing controversies of demolition of encroachments in Chilika Lake. While disposing of a writ filed by one Jogendranath Tarai—who had sought for HC’s interference over demolition of an earthen embankment in Chilika by the local administration, the Bench said it was not inclined to interfere in the matter as the same is being done as per Supreme Court’s order.

“We are not inclined to interfere with the demolition activities undertaken by the government for evicting unauthorised prawn culture in Chilika which is in conformity with the judgment of the Apex Court in S. Jagannath V/s Union of India case and the Chilika fishing policy framed by the government of Orissa”, the Bench said.

Prawn culture

Similarly, allowing the petition filed by Ambika Primary Fishing Cooperative Society, a registered body of traditional fishermen of the area, the High Court granted much-awaited relief to the local fishermen and directed the government to frame a fresh Chilika policy removing all illegal encroachments within one kilometre of the lake.

“The State government shall take effective steps to ensure that no aquaculture industry or shrimp culture ponds shall be constructed or set up within 1000 mts of Chilika Lake. If such industries are already functioning, the same shall be closed down or demolished forthwith”, the HC said. The HC also asked the local district administration to ensure that all encroachments are removed from Chilika and adequate protection is provided to the primary fishermen, including the fishermen registered under the petitioner cooperative society to carry on their traditional as well as improved fishing for the purpose of earning their livelihood.

BJP team to visit Orissa over pulses scam

February 4, 2011
Bhubaneswar, Feb 3 (IANS) A central team of the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will visit Orissa next week over an alleged scam related to supplying poor quality pulses to beneficiaries of government welfare schemes, a party leader said Thursday.

State BJP president Jual Oram said the party’s national secretary Kirit Somaiya will make an on-the-spot assessment of the irregularities in the supply of poor quality ‘dal’ (pulses) to children and women under welfare schemes.

Somaiya will visit several districts Feb 7-8. Leaders of the state unit will also accompany him, he told IANS here.

The alleged scam came to light after the state vigilance department last month claimed that there were irregularities in the supply of pulses to children and women at several places.

The vigilance department has not registered any case yet but it submitted a report to the government last week seeking approval to widen the probe.

Oram alleged that the government led by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik was shielding the culprits involved in the scam.

‘He (Patnaik) has been playing with the lives of millions of children and women in the state by providing them poor quality dal,’ Oram said, alleging that the scam involved a bungling of more than Rs.3,000 crore.

The state government supplies pulses under the mid-day meal scheme, the integrated child development scheme and the supplementary nutrition programme.

Centre insists fresh proposal for VAL expansion bid

February 3, 2011
Cuttack: Justifying its order stalling expansion work of Vedanta Alumina Refinery in Kalahandi district, the Centre on Wednesday insisted that the company should furnish a fresh proposal to obtain environmental clearance for such a bid.

“The process for environmental clearance has to be started de novo,” said an affidavit filed by the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) in the Orissa High Court in response to a writ petition by Vedanta Aluminium Limited (VAL) challenging the stalling order.

VAL in August 2007 had applied for expansion of its Lanjigarh-based existing refinery capacity from 1 to 6 MTPA and captive power plant from 75 to 300 MW. But pending environmental clearance from MoEF, the company went ahead with construction work for its six-fold refinery and four-fold power plant expansion proposal.

Exercising powers under Environment (Protection) Act1986 and Rules thereof, the MoEF in October last year had ordered the company to maintain status quo at the plant site and also withdrew the terms of reference (ToR) issued to the company in March 2009 for expansion.

Canceling the public hearing conducted by the company with respect to expansion project, the MoEF had also directed the Orissa Forest and Environment secretary to take legal action against the company for violating Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) notification of 2006.

However, challenging the MoEF order, VAL had moved the Orissa High Court through a writ petition and at the same time moved the ministry in at least three letters written in the months of October, November and December 2010 requesting for withdrawal of its October 20, 2010 directions.

Responding to the notices issued to it by the HC pertaining to VAL writ, the MoEF said that the requests of the company have been duly examined and under statutory provisions the violations committed by the company have been referred to Expert Appraisal Committees (EACs) for consideration on the merit of the proposal.

“In the case of VAL, the appraisal process was not completed. As the petitioner had violated the provisions of EIA notification of 2006, final direction were issued for withdrawal of terms of reference as well as cancellation of public hearing conducted in April 2009. The process of environmental clearance has to be started de novo,” the MoEF affidavit said, adding VAL was requested on January 11 to submit the fresh proposal to the ministry for obtaining environmental clearance for its expansion project.

Centre wades into port impasse

February 3, 2011
The notification by the ministry of shipping, granting permission to the Kolkata Port Trust (KoPT) to extent its jurisdiction to 200 km south of Haldia will continue to remain in effect, but the Centre has assured Orissa chief minister Navin Patnaik of a high-level meeting by February 12 to address his concerns on the subject.

On Wednesday, Patnaik met shipping minister G K Vasan in Delhi and urged him to roll back the notification, saying it would seriously affect upcoming ports in Orissa. Immediately after the notification, Patnaik had called it arbitrary and said that the decision would affect 6-7 private ports that are coming up along the northern coast of the state.

Naveen told Vasan that Orissa had, in accordance with law, notified seven non-major ports (Dhamra, Chudamani, Chandipur, Inchudi, Subarnarekha mouth, Bichitrapur and Bahabalpur) in northern parts of the state prior to the revision of KoPT’s territorial limits, overlapping the north Orissa coast.

“This would jeopardise the state’s effort to develop the maritime sector and seriously impact the industrial and economic development of the state,” an official release quoted Naveen as having told Vasan.

“The chief minister expressed his apprehensions. To allay his fears and find an amicable solution, senior ministry officials will hold a meeting with those from the state in 10 days. I have assured him that extension of KoPT’s jurisdiction will not impact the growth of upcoming ports in Orissa,” Vasan said in Delhi after the meeting on Wednesday.

The KoPT had been apprehensive of such a reaction from the Orissa government and turned to railways minister Mamata Banerjee to take up its cause in Delhi. Mamata will meet KoPT officials in Haldia on Friday to discuss the matter. On that day, she will also lay the foundation stone of the Haldia-II port facility that is coming up at Shalukkhali.

The tiff between the Orissa government and KoPT dates back several years when the latter explored possibilities of transloading operations from Cape-size vessels in deeper waters. Large ships of 125,000 tonnes capacity or higher can’t enter the ports of Kolkata or Haldia due to low draught. Transloading was attempted at the Sandheads beyond Sagar but this was possible only during the fairweather season (September to February).

KoPT then set its sights to a silted area’ off the Orissa coast where transloading of cargo was possible throughout the year. The proposal is to anchor a vessel at this point permanently and offload cargo into it from larger vessels. This cargo would then be loaded on to barges and taken to the ports of Kolkata and Haldia.

The Orissa government had been against this move from the start. Patnaik has pointed out that the port facility being set up by the Tatas at Dhamra will be the worst affected. According to sources, Dhamra’s future depends on transloading cargo from larger vessels and shipping it on barges to ports like Kolkata and Haldia. Read more….

Ensuring peaceful industrialisation major challenge: DGP

February 3, 2011
Cuttack: Ensuring a peaceful industrialisation in the state was a major challenge for the Orissa police besides tackling left wing extremism (LEW).
Law and order problems arising out of rapid industrialization like during land acquisition and displacements is a major issue for the police. We will come out with concrete proposals as to how to tackle these issues peacefully without the use of brute force, said the DGP Manmohan Praharaj after inaugurating the two-day 55th annual IPS officers conference here.
Praharaj said this in the wake of industrial unrest being reported from different parts of the state. While 14 tribals were killed in police firing at Kalinga Nagar steel hub in 2006, the security personnel had a tough time to tackle industry related violence in Posco’s proposed steel plant area near Paradip.
“The security personnel need to tackle such incidents without use of brute force,” he said adding that police was also facing new crimes like economic offences and theft of natural resources like minerals.
A total of 107 IPS officers of the state, including the superintendents of police of different districts are attending the conference which would conclude on Thursday with Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, who also holds the Home portfolio scheduled to address the valedictory session.
The IPS meet is aimed at discussing to build a ‘motivated’ police force in the state and establish a strong coordination between the officers.Read more…