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    Odias.ml: A Global virtual conference of Odias in Machine Learning, don't miss

    Odias.ml global virtual conference on 4th Oct 2020, starts an innovative, socio-technical movement of Odias in the field of Machine Learning and beyond. Registration Link for RSVP : https://forms.gle/YAnBm34V41Q7vv4D9 Odias in ML Conference 2020 is the first international congregation of Odias techies in AI/ML, academicians, policymakers, linguists, business...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Dutivahana or Dutia Osha ritual in Odisha

    The brata is dedicated to "Dutivahana"(Son of a Brahmin woman) who is said to be a form of Shashti Mata and son of lord Surya. This osha is known as Dutia / Dvitiya / Dwitiya osha. This Osha is observed by mothers for their son on Krishna Paksha Ashtami in the lunar month of Aswina. Mothers keep upabasha and worship Dutivahana in an open space specially decorated with flowers and mango...

    • a month ago
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    Odia Boy, DM School, BJB College, XIMB bhubaneswar alumni Sanket Ray to head Coca Cola India & SW Asia

    Beverage major Coca Cola on Thursday announced the appointment of Sanket Ray as the new President of India and Southwest Asia. He is an alumni of DM School, BJB College and XIMB bhubaneswar. His father Dr SK Ray is a Veterinarian.

    • 2 months ago
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    Bhagavata Janma - know about the ritual and significance

    Pic: Minakshee Mahapatra Indupurnima ( full moon day of Bhadrav) is celebrated as Bhagavata Janma in the state of Odisha. As we all know Śrīmad Bhāgavatam or Bhāgavata, is one of Hinduism's eighteen great Puranas which was composed in Sanskrit. This day is celebrated to start the recitation of Bhagavata which is a oriya version of Shreemad Bhagavata translated/ written by Atibadee...

    • 2 months ago
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    Know about the Sasthi OSHA / Sathi OSHA ritual and significance

    Sasthi OSHA/ Sathi OSHA falls on the 6th day of sukla paksha of the Bhadrab Month. This Puja is dedicated to Folk goddess Sasthi. In the state of Odisha, this puja observed by mothers for the betterment and longevity of their children. Shashti is a Hindu folk goddess, venerated as the benefactor and protector of children. She is also the deity of vegetation and reproduction and is...

    • 2 months ago
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    Soma Mandal : Breaking the glass ceiling : First Woman to be Chairman of SAIL : From NIT Rourkela to Nalco Trainee to top position of Steel Authority of India

    The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has yet to approve her appointment. Provided that Appointments Committee of the Cabinet approves her, Soma Mandal will leave a mark on the world with the uncommon qualification of being the main lady director of SAIL. She will likewise be the...

    • 2 months ago
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    7 Odisha handlooms achieved international fame and are widely spread among Indian diaspora

    Odisha, though has quite less population compared to many states, has second largest weaver population in India with more than 94% weavers belonging to the Hindu community. The diversity of the handlooms of Odisha is greatly influced due to the tribals population which is third highest in India statewise. Though there are numerous handlooms textiles from...

    • 3 months ago
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    Chingari App Co-developed By Odisha Techie wins India's first AatmaNirbhar App Challenge

    (Chingari short-form video making 'Made in India' app) Chingari App has emerged as the winner in the social category of the innovation challenge in which around 6,940 tech entrepreneurs and start-ups from across the country participated and submitted entries for 9 different categories namely Business, eLearning, Entertainment, Games, Health, News,...

    • 3 months ago
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    UNESCO recognises these two Odisha villages as Tsunami Ready

    (Tsunami representational image. Image credit: Adobe stock) Two coastal villages Venkatraipur (Boxipalli) village of Rangeilunda block in Ganjam district and Noliasahi village of Ersama block in Jagatsinghpur district have been recognised as being "Tsunami Ready" by UNESCO for their overall preparedness to face the Tsunami disaster. This is the first in the Indian Ocean...

    • 3 months ago

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