Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Rly Budget disappointing, says former MP Hota


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WEDNESDAY, 27 FEBRUARY 2013 20:03
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Former Sambalpur MP Bhabani Shankar Hota, while describing the Railway Budget as a “disappointing one for Odisha, sarcastically remarked, “The Railways’ new slogan should be ‘Rae Barelie is India and India is Rae Barelie.’”
Hota said the much-awaited Khurda-Balangir railway line “is again put on slow motion” due to a paltry allocation of funds. Besides, the Bargarh-Nuapada railway line has been put on “cold storage”.

BALANGIR GIVEN RAW DEAL: MP


Balangir given raw deal: MP

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WEDNESDAY, 27 FEBRUARY 2013 19:55
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The Railway Budget has come as a disappointment for people of Balangir, said local MP Kalikesh Narayn Singh Deo.
While it has been announced that a wagon maintenance unit would be set up in Kalahandi, the claim of Kantabanji in Balangir district has been ignored, he said. And the Khurda-Balangir railway line project has received a paltry Rs 60 crore though it requires around Rs 1,600 crore for completion, he added.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Balangir leaders expect Rs400 cr for railway line TUESDAY, 26 FEBRUARY 2013 21:18


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TUESDAY, 26 FEBRUARY 2013 21:18
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The much-expected yet long-neglected Khurda-Balangir railway line project, which has been moving at a snail’s pace thanks to paucity of funds, should receive an allocation of Rs400 crore in the new Railway Budget. This is the expectation of people cutting across party lines here.
“We expect an allocation of Rs 400 crore for the railway line this time and work should start from the Balangir side. Besides this, a rail wagon manufacturing factory should be set up at Kantabanji,” said Balangir BJD MP Kalikesh Narayan Singh Deo speaking to The Pioneer over phone.
The Khurda-Balangir railway line project was approved in as far back as in 1993 at a cost of Rs 289 crore, but the project cost has, meanwhile, risen to more than Rs 700 crore.
The same feeling about an accelerated implementation of the project was echoed by president of the Citizens’ Committee, Balangir Dr LK Mahapatra. “We expect an allocation of Rs 400 crore for the project, besides the construction work being undertaken from the Balangir side,” he said.
Railway Users’ Committee president Nilamani Mishra, while holding the same view, said, “The Deputy General Manager of the East Coast Railway has informed us they have submitted a proposal to the Railway Board Chairman to start work from the Balangir side.
Kosal Kranti Dal president Pramod Mishra observed that the project has been languishing for apathy, improper representation of the issue by political representatives. “We demand a budgetary allocation of Rs 400 crore besides the project’s completion within three years,” he said.

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Forest staff stage dharna in Balangir SUNDAY, 24 FEBRUARY 2013 19:42


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SUNDAY, 24 FEBRUARY 2013 19:42
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Members of the Odisha Non-Gazetted Forest Service Association’s Balangir zone staged a dharna before the Divisional Forest Office for the second day.
The protesters have been demanding fulfilment of their three-point charter of demands which includes enhancement of pay-scale of Foresters and Forest Guards as per the recommendation of the Central Pay Commission, regularisation of Contractual Foresters and Forest Guards and post upgradation of Foresters and Deputy Rangers.
“The dharna would continue for indefinite period till our demands are met and the Government would be held responsible for whatever loss of destruction of forest resources,” said the Odisha Non-Gazetted Forest Service Association’s zonal secretary Madhusudan Gaduaa.

Friday, February 15, 2013

B’ngir forest staff wear black badges


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Balangir: Members of Odisha Non-Gazetted Forest Service Association protested against the Government by putting black badges. They demanded enhancement in pay scale of forester and forest guard as per recommendation of sixth pay commission, regularisation of contractual forester and forest guards and post upgradation for forest guards, forester and deputy ranger. They submitted a memorandum to CM through the Dist Collector and threatened to hold an indefinite stir before the Divisional Forest Office from February 22.


Saturday, February 9, 2013

Hari Hara Mishra wins Readers ChoiceIn global contest World’s Great Investing Columnist



Hari Hara Mishra wins  Readers ChoiceIn global contest  World’s Great Investing Columnist

The writings of Hari Hara Mishra, a Mumbai  based Odiya writer on finance and market economy , has been  most popular and has received  readers choice award in an international competition held by Market watch ,the web portal of Wall street Journal.
To find out the World next great great  investing columnist ,Market watch( Wall Street Journal  carried our three round competition .In each round columnist contributed their article which was put to vote through social networking site like Face book ,Twitter, ,Linked in and other social networking sites.
More than 100 contestants entered Round 1 of the competition in September last year. Entries were received from more than a dozen countries around the world. After first round of voting, the field was narrowed to 26 who went through a second round of voting.  Out of those 26, three contestants as jury choice and three from popular votes moved to the final round. J.J.Zhang from USA has been declared winner based on jury choice.
“Hari Hara Mishra earns recognition as the Readers’ Choice, pulling in the most Face book “Like” votes, more than 2,200, in the final round and about 4,000 throughout the contest” an announcement from the web portal reads.
In a message Sri Mishra  has thanked and express gratitude all those who liked him and voted his writings during  three rounds of competition,which was held across the globe.   

After working with  India’s largest Bank- State Bank of India.for more than two decades,sri mishra  is working with Asset Reconstruction Companies in India handling distressed debt since last eight years.

Friday, February 8, 2013

Hari Hara Mishra bagged readers choice award in global contest.


Dear all
At the outset I would like to thank all, sincerely for your wholehearted support to Hari Hara Mishra(Hari Dada) writings in the three rounds of contest conducted by Market Watch Column (Wall Street Journal) in SeptembertoNovember2012.
Hari Dada's writings has received a maximum number of votes in the contest. Again thanks to all of you for your wholehearted support for Hari dada writing.

And he has received the Readers Choice award in the contest 

J.J.Zhang became the winner of the contest.

The details of the result is given below 
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J.J. Zhang, a chemical engineer from Mason, Ohio, has won MarketWatch’s second annual World’s Next Great Investing Columnist contest.