This section covers the news of positive developments in Odisha.
Odisha-Mo Parivar, has come forward to extend a helping hand to bring back the body of a two-year-old baby to his village in Patnagarh area in Balangir district.
Jharana Singh, a 45-year-old resident of Phulbani, who had lost her husband 2 years back, had settled at Satyavihar, Bhubaneswar and was running a poultry shop to run her family with 3 children. She was popular in her locality with the name…
Lipuna Pratihari, a 29-year-old Bhubaneswar resident who has been differently abled since birth, has been begging to provide for his family.
Odisha-Mo Parivar, the leading social service organisation in the state, has extended helping hand to a Tribal Divyang girl in Keonjhar district to bring smile to her face.
Apart from standing with the people in need and helping out the distressed Odias throughout the globe, Odisha-Mo Parivar also helps migrants from other states residing in Odisha.
Adding to the enthusiasm mounting for the Hockey Men’s World Cup 2023, a committee of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) including Acting President Seif Ahmed and Chief Executive Officer, Thierry Weil and a delegation of Hockey India…
Biju-Janata Dal’s social service wing Odisha Mo-Parivar continues its efforts to help the people in need and distress.
With the objective of standing with the people in distress, Odisha-Mo Parivar provided much-needed artificial organs to two Dibyangas.
Odisha-Mo Parivar, the social service wing of Biju Janata Dal, has extended helping hands to a cancer patient in Cuttack district.
Whether blood donation or bringing back the mortal remains, Odisha-Mo Parivar continues to stand with the people through thick and thin.