Latest Odisha Breaking News Updates

  • Vikash Sharma
  • 1 month ago

Brown Sugar Worth Rs 50 Lakh Seized In Bhubaneswar

Commissionerate Police on Friday arrested one person and recovered 575 grams of brown sugar from his possession. The cost of the seized narcotics is said to be around Rs 50 lakh. Bhubaneswar DCP, Umashankar Dash said that the accused was nabbed by joint team of Quick Action Team (QAT) and Badagada police. The accused has been identified as Bitu Khan.

“We are trying to ascertain the source of the narcotics substance and where the accused would have supplied it,” said Dash.

  • Odishatv Bureau
  • 1 month ago

Odisha CM Naveen Announces Rs 1690 Cr Covid Assistance Package

As per the announcement, Rs 207 crore has been allocated to all landless farmers which will be disbursed in three installments. The landless farmers under State-sponsored KALIA scheme will get an additional Rs 1,000 assistance in view of Covid-19. More

  • Odishatv Bureau
  • 1 month ago

Odisha Forms Technical Committee To Study Reported Covid-19 Infection Among Fully Vaccinated People

The Odisha government on Thursday constituted a technical committee comprising experts to study reports of Coronavirus infections amongst people in the State who have completed the full schedule of Covid-19 vaccination.   More

  • Odishatv Bureau
  • 1 month ago

Odisha Unlock: Vaccinated State Govt Employees To Attend Office, All Depts To Work With 50% Staff

As Odisha gets on with the unlock process with new rules coming up for the period of June 17 - 30, the General Administration department on Thursday directed all the State government offices to work with 50% staff strength till June 30. More

  • Odishatv Bureau
  • 1 month ago

Pari Rerun: 6-Yr-Old Nayagarh Girl Raped Before Murder, Say Police

A little less than a year after the sensational rape and murder of a five-year-old girl in Nayagarh district that had triggered a furore in the State, another minor girl met with similar fate with the police on Thursday confirming that she was raped before being murdered. More

  • Odishatv Bureau
  • 1 month ago

Health Workers Struggle To Fight Myths, Misinformation About Covid-19 Vaccination In Odisha 

In a glaring instance of rigid beliefs and misinformation about coronavirus, the residents of Jurudi village in Rayagada fled after seeing members of the Serosurvey team which had visited the area to collect samples for testing. More