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ODISHA DEVELOPMENT TALKS!

The introductory session of OD talks was held on 17th November 2019, at the Xavier’s School of Management, Bhubaneswar. The event, organised by FIDR, brought together experts from both the private and the public sector to deliberate on the potential of making Odisha a Trillion Dollar economy. Students and faculty from the different universities of Odisha were also invited to attend this talk, in hopes to motivate the new generation to get involved in the development sector.

The Esteemed Panellists:

  • Bhaskar Parichha – a senior journalist and a writer, known for his writing and insight into the development of Odisha.
  • Mr Gokul Patnaik (Rtd. IAS) and current Chairman Global Agri.
    Shri Siddharth Pradhan, Retired Vice Chairman, Settlement Commission (Income Tax & Wealth Tax).
  • Mr Prafulla Samantara, an environmental and social activist and winner of the Goldman Environmental Award 2017.
  • Dr Sukanta Mahapatra, Founder Chairman, National Institute of Sciences and Technology (NIST), Berhampur, & Chief Technology Officer of Ericsson.
  • Mr Charudutta Panigrahi, Mentor FIDR

Audience:

  • University Faculty and Students: Strusti Academy of management, Birla Global University, BIITM
  • Professors and academics
  • Civil Society members
  • Industry Experts.

The event was followed by a 30-minute networking session where the members of the audience got to interact one on one with the panellists and other experts and civil society members present there.

Date: 17th November, 2019

Venue: Xavier’s School of Management, Bhubaneshwar.

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN ODISHA – PANEL DISCUSSION

Time is ripe to say “when you think of India, think Odisha”. The state is unleashing the power of a silent juggernaut. More such symposia should be held across India. Time to stretch wings.

Mr Charudutta Panigrahi was one of the the eminent panellists speaking on the potentials.

The event was held in The Ashok, Delhi on 28th January 2020.

‘Mining, a Prudent Perspective’ Report / MEDIA COVERAGE – AAJ TAK

India’s first civil society report on Mining, a Prudent Perspective released in Delhi by FIDR.

As per the report titled ‘Mining, A Prudent Perspective’ based on a survey conducted across five major mining states in India, namely Goa, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Odisha and Karnataka – the ban on mining has not only affected the families dependent on mining but also the families whose livelihoods are dependent on the ancillaries of the mining industry.

Mr Charudutta Panigrahi speaking  about the loss in livelihoods due to Mining Sector Stress.

The Event was held on 23rd January, 2020 at IIC, Delhi.

Business Insider – Mining ban halved household incomes and led to an increase in domestic violence. Read More!

The Economic Times – Mining ban: Household incomes fall by half in 5 states, says report. Read more!

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‘Mining, a Prudent Perspective’ Book

Charudutta Panigrahi Meets The Secretary To Government Of India, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Sri Srinivas Injeti IAS. Presents The Sourcebook “Mining A Prudent Perspective”.

India’s first civil society report on Mining, a Prudent Perspective was released in Delhi by FIDR.

As per the report titled ‘Mining, A Prudent Perspective’ based on a survey conducted across five major mining states in India, namely Goa, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Odisha and Karnataka – the ban on mining has not only affected the families dependent on mining but also the families whose livelihoods are dependent on the ancillaries of the mining industry.

MESSAGE ON COVID19 by Shri Charudutta Panigrahi on AIR World Service English

“The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.” The coronavirus is a serious thing, it is spreading quickly, there is no cure for it yet. The stronger is your immune system, the safer you are. Meditation is proven to boost your immunity, and reduce the anxiety. This is the time when we should stop mingling out and we should all practice social distancing. Don’t waste this time and use it in a productive manner, learn something new everyday and bond with your loved ones. If you can’t go outside then go inwards.