Latest Odisha Breaking News Updates - Monday, 01 November 2021

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  • Odishatv Bureau
  • 6 months ago
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New Criminal Gang In Capital City Poses Challenge To Police 

In viral videos, a gang of youngsters were seen copying the styles of antagonists of south Indian movies and unleashing terror on the streets of Bhubaneswar.  More
  • Sanjeev Kumar Patro
  • 6 months ago
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Orissa HC Gives Green Signal To Green Crackers: Know All About Varieties Of Green Fireworks

As of Oct 28, 2021, 874 firms are manufacturing green crackers in India. 90 percent in Tamil Nadu. 10 percent in Maharashtra, Haryana, Rajasthan, UP and Delhi. No green cracker unit in Odisha More
  • Ramakanta Biswas
  • 6 months ago
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Green Firecrackers Can Be Burst For 2-Hour On Diwali, Odisha SRC Issues Guidelines 

Sale and use of other fireworks including joined firecrackers (series crackers or laris) shall also remain banned.  More
  • Nitesh Kumar Sahoo
  • 6 months ago
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First Aid Pre-Trauma Care For Accident Victims At Road-Side Shops Soon To Come Up In Odisha

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik will be inaugurating the programme on November 10. More
  • Ramakanta Biswas
  • 6 months ago
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Odisha CM Naveen Urges PM Modi To Release Pending MGNREGS Funds 

Naveen Patnaik requested the PM to instruct the Ministry of Rural Development for timely release of funds for wage and material payment under MGNREGS.  More
  • Sanjeev Kumar Patro
  • 6 months ago
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2016 Tale Tells No Sacking Now, CM Naveen Patnaik's Endgame Play After Panchayat Polls!

As per political observers, CM Naveen Patnaik's new political dogma has taken 180-degree change - from public propriety to people's verdict More
  • Ramakanta Biswas
  • 6 months ago
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AIIMS Bhubaneswar Recruitment: Walk In Interview For Various Contractual Posts, Check Details

Applications are invited for two posts of Data Entry Operator (Grade-C), two posts of Lab Attendant, one post of Junior Research Fellow and one post of f Project Technician –II.  More
  • Vikash Sharma
  • 6 months ago
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NISER Recruitment 2021: Notification Out For Multiple Posts, Salary 7th CPC

As per the notification, applications have been invited for Scientific Assistant –C (Animal House), Scientific Assistant-B (Mechanical), Scientific Assistant- B (Library), Technician- C ( Machinist), Technician- C (Library), Technician- B (Machinist), Technician-B (Electrical) and Technician-B (Fitter/Welder) posts. More
  • Nitesh Kumar Sahoo
  • 6 months ago
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Patient Administered Wrong Injection, Saline At Govt Hospital In Odisha’s Bolangir

The health workers at the hospital admitted that saline had been administered to Samal by mistake. They further explained that a similar bottle of saline had been prescribed for the other patient which was the cause for the confusion.  More
  • Odishatv Bureau
  • 6 months ago
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Mamita Murder Case: Meeting Held Thrice In Raipur, Says Senior BJP Leader

BJP leader Bijoy Mohapatra said more explosive facts about the case are going to surface in coming days. More
  • Nitesh Kumar Sahoo
  • 6 months ago
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Athagarh Forest Officials In Soup For Burying Dead Tusker With Gunshot Wounds

If a wild animal is killed by poachers, the matter should first be reported to the higher authorities to facilitate further probe. More
  • Vikash Sharma
  • 6 months ago
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Orissa High Court Allows Sale & Use Of Green Crackers This Diwali

While giving its nod to the use of crackers, the Court however, made it categorical that only Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation (PESO) approved green crackers will be allowed in the State. More
  • Sharmili Mallick
  • 6 months ago
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Door-To-Door Vaccination: Odisha To Launch 'Har Ghar Dastak’ Campaign From Nov 2

The door-to-door month-long vaccination drive which will begin from tomorrow in Odisha particularly aims to inoculate all those who have not taken their second dose or are due for the second jab, stated the Health Services Director.  More
  • Sharmili Mallick
  • 6 months ago
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Minister Mishra With Gobinda, Mamita In Raipur Residence Before Murder; Claims Cong Leader Saluja

Raising fears that Mamita might be having evidence about the sex racket at Sunshine English Medium School and the involvement of BJD Ministers in it, Saluja said, “Why did the Minister call them to his Raipur flat. Police have recovered Mamita’s pen drive and laptop. Police should provide the details of the data they have retrieved from the victim’s laptop hard disk". More
  • Odishatv Bureau
  • 6 months ago
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Odisha Readies For Buffer Nesting Of Olive Ridleys, Imposes 7 Months Fishing Ban

The State Minister For Fisheries and Animal Resource Development, Arun Sahu inaugurated a mobile application on Oct 29 called ‘Fisher Friend’ which can be used by fishermen while carrying out operations in the sea. The app will warn fishermen when they go too close to prohibited areas. More
  • Vikash Sharma
  • 6 months ago
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Commissionerate Police Tough On Bouncers’ Appointment By Bar Owners In Bhubaneswar, Cuttack

The order, issued by the Police Commissioner Saumendra Priyadarshi, stated that the rules enumerated therein will remain in force for a period of two months-- till December 31, 2021. More
  • Vikash Sharma
  • 6 months ago
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Youth Dressed As Woman Attacks Mother, Daughter With Knife In Bhubaneswar

Panic gripped the Shailashree Vihar area under Chandrasekharpur police limits in Bhubaneswar after a youth allegedly attacked a woman and her daughter with a knife on Monday afternoon. More
  • Poonam Singh
  • 6 months ago
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Similipal National Park Reopens For Tourists

The Similipal National Park in Mayurbhanj district reopened for the public and tourists from today.

The park was closed for tourists for an indefinite period of time due to surge in cases of Covid in May 2021. The biosphere reserve usually goes off the limits for public during the monsoon.

Tourists have to follow Covid-19 guidelines and activities in the park would be carried out in strict adherence to Covid-19 guidelines in place, said park officials.

This year the authorities have implemented a blanket ban on use of plastic in the national park. Any plastic usage is strictly prohibited and only use of biodegradable & environment friendly products are encouraged, Deputy Director Similipal Tiger Reserve

This year visitors can sightsee this picturesque National Park on cycles also.

  • Sharmili Mallick
  • 6 months ago
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Mamita Murder Case: Police Recover Vehicles Used In Crime; BJP Shuts Down Bargarh

BJP’s Bargarh district unit on Monday observed an eight-hour bandh in the region to mount further pressure on the government to oust MoS (Home) Dibya Shankar Mishra in the wake of his alleged complicity in the case.  More

  • Suryakant Jena
  • 6 months ago
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Vigilance Detects Property Worth Near 7 Crore Of Arrested Police Constable

The Vigilance Directorate has detected property worth around a whopping Rs 7 crore owned by the suspended police constable Prasanna Kumar Behera recently arrested on charges of running a bar illegally, without license and in violation of COVID-19 guidelines. More

  • Sharmili Mallick
  • 6 months ago
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Odisha Youth Arrested For Making Aadhaar Cards With Fake Seal, Documents Of Doctor

Police have also seized some Aadhaar cards and the fake seal and stamp from Parija’s possession. Further investigation into the case is underway. More

  • Suryakant Jena
  • 6 months ago
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No Kaunriya Kathi Lighting At Srimandir On Diwali

The Puri district administration on Monday announced that tight restrictions will be imposed around the Lord Jagannath Temple on Diwali to discourage people not to light Kaunriya Kathi (jute sticks) near the shrine during the festival. More

  • Suryakant Jena
  • 6 months ago
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Section 144 At Cuttack Dhabaleswar In View Of Kartik Somvar

The Cuttack district administration has clamped prohibitory orders under section 144 of CrPC at the famous shrine of Lord Dhabaleswar to prevent gathering of people on the occasion of the Kartik Somvar brata. Every year on Mondays during the holy month of Kartik, the 16th-century shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva attracts thousands of people from all over. Anticipating the spread of Covid infection due to congregation of public, the movement of devotees and Kartik brata observers in and around the temple has been banned. Darshan of the deity is not being allowed due to the restriction from 4 AM to 10 PM. However, all the rituals of Lord Dhabaleswar are underway in a smooth manner at the temple.

  • Suryakant Jena
  • 6 months ago
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Firecrackers Worth Rs 10 Lakh Seized In Odisha, High Court Hearing On Green Crackers Today

Ahead of the Orissa High Court's final hearing on the ban on sale and use of firecrackers this Diwali festivities, the Police on Sunday seized a huge cache of firecrackers from Nalabanta in Aska area of Ganjam district. More

  • Rashmi Ranjan
  • 6 months ago
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7 Days On, Woman, Daughter Missing After Boarding Train In Odisha, Police Clueless

Meanwhile, police have said call records of the woman are being scrutinised to find out her whereabouts. More

  • Sanjeev Kumar Patro
  • 6 months ago
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4 Die Every Day In Odisha Due To 'Uknown' Natural Disaster! State Tops India

During the period of 2015-2020, the deaths due to unspecified natural forces had risen by a massive 175 percent in the State More

  • Odishatv Bureau
  • 6 months ago
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Mamita Murder Case: Odisha Govt Mum Despite Opposition Heat, Victim's Family Awaits Justice

Amid the state-wide hue and cry, the Opposition parties have now threatened to take the justice battle-cry to the national Capital alleging links of state minister Dibya Shankar Mishra with the murder prime accused Gobinda Sahu. However, the conspicuous silence of the State government has left the deceased’s family members in lurch. More

  • Sanjeev Kumar Patro
  • 6 months ago
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COVID19 Lessons From USA, UK: Third Wave Risks High In Odisha!

B.1.617.2 is still dominant. Active cases were down 86 percent between May 23 -Aug1, when vaccination rate was up by 24 percent but restrictions intact in hotspots. Active caseload down 72 percent between Aug 1-Oct 31, when vaccination up 206 percent sans restrictions More

  • Suryakant Jena
  • 6 months ago
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Congress Shows Strength In South Odisha After Pradip Majhi’s Exit

The recent resignation of Pradeep Majhi from Odisha Congress seemed to have spurred the party high-command to revisit its strategy in the State ahead of the crucial panchayat elections in the State. More

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