An engineering student was crushed under truck wheels in Bhubaneswar this morning.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that the success of rescue operation to bring out 41 trapped workers from Uttarakhand's Silkyara tunnel is making everyone emotional and hailed the courage of the workers as an inspiration to others.
All the injured persons are undergoing treatment at Keonjhar District Headquarters Hospital (DHH).
In a tragic road mishap, three persons were killed after the bike they were on had a head-on collision with a car at Subalaya Square under Dasapalla Police limits of Nayagarh district on Saturday.
As per reports, the cement-laden tipper carrying over 12 labourers was on its way to Jodamba from Chitrakonda when the mishap occurred.
All three were rushed to the local hospital where two were declared brought dead. The condition of the injured person is stated to be critical during the filing of this report.
Two persons were killed while six others were critically injured after a tractor in which they were travelling in overturned in Ganjam district on Tuesday.
As per reports, the family from Bhadrak was going to Puri in an auto-rickshaw to avail darshan of Lord Jagannath when the mishap occurred.
Tragedy struck as a girl aged about 10 went missing in a river while taking a bath with her cousin sister at Rama Patna village under Sadar police limits in Kendrapara on Friday.
Thirty six people were killed and 19 injured in the Doda road accident.
Officials said that the driver of a passenger bus lost control in Assar area of Doda district in J&K and the vehicle fell into a deep gorge.
At least 40 passengers were inside the bus when it plunged into the Chenab River gorge, sources said.
The first incident was reported from Koraput where three persons were killed and another was injured after the car, they were travelling in plunged into a gorge on Sunki Ghat near Jodimadeli under Pottangi police limits on early Wednesday morning.
As per initial reports, one of the buses reportedly caught fire during welding and soon the flame not only engulfed the entire bus but also spread to four other buses-two on each side, one after another.
Out of the total passengers in the bus, 16 were from Kendrapara, two were from Paradip and seven were from Jajpur in Odisha.