All stories by Nirmalya Behera
Ravaged by Cyclone Fani, Puri is staring at Rs 4,000-crore lossRediff.com15 May 2019
With the green cover gone, the bald roads to Puri are now reigned by lorries laden with electric poles, ambulances, fire service vehicles and cranes, signalling the rebuilding effort is in the works.
Why US FDA is cracking down on India's shrimp shipmentsRediff.com12 Feb 2019
US, the largest market for Indian shrimp exporters, is peeved over the use of banned antibiotics.
Indo-US bilateral trade rises 119% since 2007Rediff.com9 Oct 2018
In the imports bracket, India was the United States' 11th largest supplier of goods in 2017
Why students at this IIM are leavingRediff.com12 Sep 2018
Institute says Sambalpur University, where it has been housed since April, is refusing to honour an MoU to provide two hostels to its students.
To protest low price farmers to distribute milk free of costRediff.com30 May 2018
With increasing animal prices, labour and transportation charges, production cost has gone up significantly.
Shrimp exporters hit by fresh US sanctionsRediff.com16 May 2018
India largely exports block frozen shrimp to Vietnam for reprocessing and forward shipment to its customer countries like China, EU, Japan and USA.
In a first, Odisha govt awards land rights to urban slum dwellersRediff.com8 May 2018
As part of Slum Land Rights Act, the project will benefit a million people residing in 2,500 slums across the state over the next few years
An online platform that connects mom and childRediff.com18 Dec 2017
Mumbai-based BabyChakra is among the four start-ups Google has shortlisted from India for the fifth batch of its mentorship programme
Could this be the English guru for 250 million non-English speaking Indians?Rediff.com21 Sep 2017
Enguru app's 40-hour programme teaches general spoken English & employability-focused English.
OMCs to invest Rs 90,000 cr on fuel upgrade by 2020Rediff.com3 Apr 2017
There are about 23 oil refineries in India with a combined capacity of 230 million tonnes per annum.
Nilekani's start-up Drishti offers affordable eye careRediff.com1 Aug 2016
Drishti, an affordable eye care chain has lit up the lives of scores of people in rural areas.
How Bhubaneswar will transform into a smart cityRediff.com15 Jun 2016
IFC will act as a transaction advisor for the projects to be developed in the public-private partnership mode.
Wipro again fails to meet deadline on Bhubaneswar unit, Govt peevedRediff.com18 May 2015
The Odisha govt is annoyed with Wipro's lackadaisical attitude.