News from Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar is the capital of Odisha .It is the biggest city and the main power corridor of Odisha. The city is famous for its ancient rich heritage especially its historic monumental temples. It is popularly known as the temple city. Because many temples built from sandstone are dotted around Bindu Sagar Lake in the old city, including the 11th-century Hindu Lingaraja Temple.

CBSE Class 12 Results: Trivandrum Tops List With Highest Pass Percentage, Bhubaneswar Region At 6th
CBSE Class 12 Results: Trivandrum Tops List With Highest Pass Percentage, Bhubaneswar Region At 6th

Bhubaneswar region is placed at sixth rank with a pass percentage of 99.55 per cent.

Director, Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) in Odisha, CBK Mohanty
‘No Need To Panic Over D-2 Dengue Strain’; Separate Dengue Wards In Odisha Hospitals

The Health Department has directed all the government-run hospitals to open dedicated dengue wards to deal with the situation

Director of Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Dr CBK Mohanty
Complete Unlock In Odisha From August 1 : Here's What The DMET Chief Says

DMET director Dr CBK Mohanty said that time for a complete unlock has not yet emerged in the State as the pandemic is not over

Over 63,000 Teachers To Be Promoted As Odisha Reduces Residency Period
Over 63,000 Teachers To Get Promotion As Odisha Reduces Residency Period

Following the reduction in the residency period, 63,303 primary teachers will be promoted and at the same time it will also pave way for filling up the vacancies of teachers in the upper primary level.

Woman Ends Life By Jumping Before Running Train In Bhubaneswar
Woman Ends Life By Jumping Before Running Train In Bhubaneswar

The couple was travelling in a car. As per reports, the woman got down from the vehicle near the slum and ran towards the railway tracks to jump before an approaching train. The woman died on the spot after the train ran over her, reports suggested. 

Heavy Rains To Pound Odisha, WB, Jharkhand Between July 29-31: IMD Issues Yellow Warning
Heavy Rains To Pound Odisha, WB, Jharkhand Between July 29-31: IMD Issues Yellow Warning

As per IMD, heavy rainfall is likely to occur at several parts of Odisha in the next 24 hours.

Covid Battered Khordha District In Grip Of Dengue
Opposition Parties Lambast Odisha Govt As Dengue Cases Soar

The Dengue situation in Bhubaneswar is assuming serious proportions with each passing day. Several localities in Sailashree Vihar and Niladri Vihar areas are among the worst affected.

secretariat
Odisha Effects Major Reshuffle In IAS Cadre, Vishal Dev New Finance Secretary

Ashok Kumar Kaluaram Meena, Principal Secretary, Finance department has been posted as the Principal Secretary of PR&DW Department.

EOW Arrests 2 Persons For Siphoning Off Rs 5 Crore Odisha Govt Funds
Chit Fund Scam: EOW Arrests Director From UP For Duping Rs 2 Crore From Odisha Investors

EOW had registered an instant case based on the complaint filed by one Laxmi Narayan Mohapatra of Talcher.

Lingaraj Temple's Office
Lingaraj Temple's Office In Darkness Over Pending Power Bills

The move of the TPCODL and Odisha Government irked the sevayats who have threatened to stall the daily rituals of the temple.

Bhubaneswar airport
Bhubaneswar Airport Set To Be Privatised Soon: MoS Civil Aviation

AAI board has approved leasing of Bhubaneswar airport for undertaking operations, management and development through Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode along with five other airports. 

odisha rainfall weather forecast
Well-Marked Low Pressure To Trigger Heavy Rainfall In Next 24 Hours

Light to moderate rain or thundershower is very likely to occur at most places of the State for three days.

Odisha Allows Reopening Of Medical Colleges With Rider, Check Details
Odisha Allows Reopening Of Medical Colleges With Rider, Check Details

All medical colleges and other institutions of teaching like nursing, pharmacy, physiotherapy and occupational therapy, public health and other paramedical/allied medical science courses have been allowed to reopen in the State during this declining phase of the COVID-19.

Rise In Suicide Cases In Odisha Capital Sets Alarming Bells Ringing
Rise In Suicide Cases In Odisha Capital Sets Alarming Bells Ringing

A total of 142 suicides were reported between January and June last year while the figure increased to 151 during the same period this year. 

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