Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Nabarangpur Journalists protest over assault of Media Persons at Puri



Nabarangpur:

The district unit of Odisha Union of Journalists (OUJ)  has condemned the attack on journalists during the  Niladri Bije ritual, of Lord Jagannth's Ratha Yatra festival at Puri.  The journalists of OUJ Submitted a memorandum to deputy collector Surendra Nath Tripathy, being addressed to the chief minister of Odisha.


"This attack is totally intolerable, threatens freedom of media," said Susant Behera, President of district Odisha Union Of Journalists. He also demanded swift investigation into the attack and stringent action against the culprits. We have sent a memorandum to the chief minister Naveen Patnaik, who holds the home portfolio in support of the demand said  Mr. Behera.
Among the team Chita Nanda Sahu, General Secretary, Saroj Patnaik, vice-president, Advisors Basant Rath, Jagannath Rao, Siba Sankar Padhy, Laxmikant Panda, with several members present.



Monday, July 18, 2016

OUJ district meeting held at Umerkote.



Nabarangpur:
District Odisha Union of Journalists meeting was held at Kalyana Mandap of Umerkote town here on Sunday.  District President Susant Kumar Behera, Working President Prasant Kumar Sahu, General Secretary Chitananda Sahu, Secretary Rama Nayak, Vice-presidents Barija Patnaik, Md Hussen, Saroj Patnaik, advisors Basant Rath, Siba Sankar Padhy, chairman Sashadhar Rout, Joint secretary Pramod Sahu, discussed  various issues of working journalists. 


It was decided to hold executive meeting at Chandahandi and Khatiguda in October and November. The Newly elected joint secretary Ram Kiran Patnaik, OUJ district Media cell convener Dilip Das, with near about forty journalists present at the meeting. Among others district OUJ legal advisor Manohar Mohanty,  Gopal Krushna Nayak, Laxmi Kant Panda, Ajit Kumar Nayak, Taraprasad Panigrahi, Sanjaya Kumar Padhy, Sanjeev kumar Takri, Ram krushna Nayak, Biswanath Chetty, Susant Nayak, Giridhar, Trinath Dharua, Krushna Chandra patnaik, Babuli Gouda, Suman Kumar Ghanto, Khageswar Mohankudo, Kabiraj Buni, Rasmi Ranjan Mohapotra, Rajesh Sabat, Rajesh Suna, the scribes were felicitated at the meeting.

Odisha Union of Journalist is the oldest and largest body of scribes of the state, affiliated to National Union  of Journalist (I), New Delhi, which is a member of international federation of journalists, Brussels(Brazil).

Wednesday, July 06, 2016

Doctor Manoj's "Miss Laal Tamator" Inaugurated at Nabarangpur.

Nabarangpur:

A book of collected poems titled “Miss Laal Tamator” was inaugurated on Tuesday at the conference hall of district headquarters hospital. The Author of the book, Doctor Manoj Kishor Nayak, noted the importance of writing poem and making available such books in a manner that attracts readers. The book which includes 138 poems is written in oriya language sheds light on social, national, community and individual affairs.


Dignitaries Commerce and Transport Minister Ramesh Chandra Majhi, and Chairman of district planning committee Manohar Randhari,  CDMO  Doctor Anup Kumar Ghose, Poet Susant Kumar Dash, Editor of Simanta, Ashok Patnaik, jointly launched  the book.  Odiya Sahitya academy member Booloo Hota presided over the function.  

The participants of the inauguration event underlined the need to create conducive atmosphere as regards transferring the art of writing poems to future generations. Every person of the district needs to give their contribution to make Nabarangpur rich. Among other ADMO Doctor Sobha Rani Mishra, with doctors and staffs, poets present at the meeting.