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    Govt. Gazettes are now in Odia language.

    Dear Members,

    It is a good news that the Govt. gazettes will be publicated in Odia Language. Our honourable Chief Minister Sri Naveen Patnaik has provided his approval for it. Earlier it was only in english language except for land acquisitions. As all the important govt. decisions are published in Gazettes, it should be communicated to all the citizens of Odisha. Common people of Odisha could not able to understand regading the important decisions of govt. as it was published in English only. Now all odias will get gazette both in odia as well as english language.

    Provide your views regarding this decision of Govt. of Odisha.

    Regards
    Krishna
  • #1365
    This is very good move by the government, now all people can understand the notices and information. This will help people to know about the government proposed projects.
    With regards,

    Vicky
    (Expect for the best but prepare for the worst)

  • #1366
    It may be a new for us and quite pleasant action by the govt. however, most of the states already have their own language gazette. Odisha became very late in implementing it. Some of the facts, and actions taken by our govt. is somehow delaying if we compare to other states. However, I can surely admire that this govt. is doing well regarding education and service part.
    Regards,

  • #1371
    Dear Krishna,

    The publishing of the government gazettes in our own mother tongue is really good and welcoming one. So, The Odisha government has taken good step by implementing the same. As Naresh told, It was implemented in our state (Tamil Nadu) already and all over the country. I think it was too late in Odisha. Any way it is a very good move of Odisha government.

    This will be very useful for the people those who are knowing mother tongue (Odia) only. They can also known every activities and government policies by reading the gazettes released by the government directly. This also should be implemented and published in the Odisha government website.

    With regards,

    S.Manoharan.


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