Odia


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O·di·a

 (ô-dē′ə, -rē′-)
n.
Variant of Oriya.

Odia

(əˈdiːə)
npl Odia
1. (Peoples) a member of a people of India living chiefly in Odisha (formerly Orissa) and neighbouring states
2. (Languages) the state language of Odisha, belonging to the Indic branch of the Indo-European family
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RMT regional organiser Jake Molloy said: "Our members have voted overwhelmingly to accept the revised and improved offer from the ODIA signatories, thereby avoiding the potential for strike action.
It is understood RMT started talks with ODIA last November and workers have since been given three offers.
About 60 per cent of the ten teams comprised labourers and blue-collar workers - all Odia expats - who not only dedicated their weekends for the Odisha Cup that started about two months ago, but also pooled Dh1,000 (per team) to get their logos, colourful cricket jerseys similar to professional cricketers.
The event included a performance of the iconic Odia patriotic poem 'Bande Utkala Janani' by Kantakabi Laxmikanta Mohapatra.
In fact, Odisha and Odia literature constitute the focus in seven out of the seventeen essays in the book, thus helping to balance the global concerns with the local ones.
Staff at St John's National School in Drogheda, Co Louth, have a roll-call headache as twins Kyle and Trai McGuirk, Whitney and Jordan Odia, Cian and Leah Francis, Shannon and Shirley Ward, Mahd and Saad Chaudhary, Mike and Mathew Onianwa, Ciara and Caitlin Johnson, Emilija and Devidas Rakauskyte and Deborah and Dorcas Adetudimu joined junior infants this year.
Bhubaneswar, April 28 -- Eminent Odia film actor and director Hemant Das, known as "tragedy king" of cinema in Odisha, passed away on Tuesday after a prolonged illness.
a UO started seniors Churchill Odia and Frantz Dorsainvil.