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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.

Sero Survey
Children Above 6 Yrs To Be Included In Odisha’s Covid Sero Survey 

The national sero-survey for Covid-19 which will be undertaken in three districts of Odisha to determine the prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in the community will include all children above the age of 6 years.  

Fake anti-covid drug
Odisha Govt Orders Probe Into Fake Anti-Covid Drugs 'Favipiravir' Trade In Cuttack

A day after the State Drugs Control squad seized huge quantities of fake anti-covid drugs 'Favipiravir' in Cuttack, the State Health department has ordered a probe into the incident on Saturday.

Fake Army Officer Arrested In Bhubaneswar
Fake Army Officer Arrested During Lockdown In Bhubaneswar; Suv Seized

It appears that the accused, who is workings in a finance company, impersonated with an intention to commit some fraud. The accused was using SUV which is registered in the name of another person.

Bijay Mohapatra
Unlock Process Likely To Begin In Odisha Districts Having Less Than 5 PC TPR

The Odisha government is mulling over relaxing certain lockdown curbs in districts having less than 5 per cent infection rate while the restrictions will continue in districts having 10 per cent or more rate of infection.

UG, PG Exams to be held in Odisha, Final decision on June 18
UG, PG Exams Will Be Held In Odisha; Final Decision On June 18

Several state governments had cancelled examinations last year due to Covid-19 pandemic. Later, examinations were conducted following Supreme Court's directions.

Covid doctors
28 Doctors In Odisha Lost Lives To Covid In Second Wave; IMA Demands ‘Martyr Tag’

The Odisha Unit of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) has demanded 'martyr' status to the doctors who laid down their lives on line of duty while battling Covid-19 during the second wave.

Odisha Police Recruitment: Apply For 477 SI, 244 Constable Posts
Odisha Police Recruitment: Notification Issued For 477 SI, 244 Constable Posts; Transgenders Can Apply

The recruitment process shall consist of: Computer Based Recruitment Examination (CBRE): There shall be two papers- Paper 1 which consists of general English and Odia language and Paper II which has general studies

CBSE notice for teachers and students on teaching method
Class 10 Results 2021: CBSE Comes To Rescue Of Students, Releases Additional FAQs

The marks of Mathematics Standard shall be awarded in such a manner that the overall average of both Mathematics Standard and Mathematics Basic for 2020-2021 is up to the average of Mathematics in the reference year.

Water logging
Odisha: BMC Gears Up To Tackle Urban Flooding During Monsoon

With the onset of monsoon, the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) has stepped up precautionary measures to manage the water-logging issues in vulnerable areas more effectively.

You Tube Live Classes
Odisha Issues Guidelines For Live YouTube Classes For School Students; Find Details

A day after issuing a notification asking the District Education Officers (DEOs) to make elaborate arrangements for the live-streaming online classes for secondary school students on video-streaming website YouTube, the Odisha government on Friday came out with detailed guidelines for the smooth conduct of the virtual classes.

Odisha Mass Education
Odisha Govt Urges WB To Renovate ‘Unsafe’ Gopabandhu High School In Kolkata

The Odisha government on Friday requested the West Bengal government to take immediate steps for renovation of Gopabandhu High School located within the Kolkata Municipal Corporation limits.

AIIMS Bhubaneswar
First In Odisha: Installation Of PET-CT For Cancer Treatment Begins At AIIMS, Bhubaneswar 

The PET-CT machine will help in the treatment of cancer patients and other critical surgical cases. The PET-CT will benefit many poor and needy patients of Odisha.

BMC Vaccination
First Dose In Morning, Second In Afternoon: BMC Revises Covid Vaccination Timings 

The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to fix separate time slots for the administration of first and second doses of Covid-19 vaccines. 

Samir Dash
Cyber Fraud: Scamsters Create Odisha Minister’s Fake FB Account To Dupe People

Even as the Covid-19 pandemic has brought the world to a standstill, cyber crimes continue to rise at an alarming rate. 

Spurious Favipiravir Tablets Seized In Cuttack; Uttar Pradesh Link Under Scanner
Spurious Favipiravir Tablets Seized In Cuttack; Uttar Pradesh Link Under Scanner

The raid was conducted based on some intelligence input regarding the sale of such counterfeit drugs. The spurious medicines were seized before the stock was released in the open market in Odisha.

Low Pressure To Become More Marked In 24 Hours; IMD Issues Red Warning For Odisha Districts
Low Pressure To Become More Marked In 24 Hours; IMD Issues Red Warning For Odisha Districts

11 Odisha districts are likely to experience heavy rainfall in the next 24 hours under the influence of a low pressure, predicted IMD.

PF, Aadhaar Linking Now Mandatory To Get EPFO Benefits; Interest Credit Next Month

EPFO has also updated Electronic Challan cum Return (ECR) filing norms. The employer can only file ECR for those employees who have linked their Aadhaar to PF UAN.

Manmohan Samal
BJP Slams Odisha Govt Over No Fixed Time Limit For Release Of Cyclone Yaas Financial Assistance

The Odisha unit of the BJP on Friday slammed the State government for not setting a definite time limit to provide financial assistance to compensate the farmers affected by Cyclone Yaas that hit the State on May 26

Odisha Demands Hike In Paddy MSP To Rs 2930

The Odisha Government on Friday demanded a hike in Minimum Support Price (MSP) of paddy to Rs 2930 which would largely benefit the farmers of the State.

Center Notifies New Rules For Accredited Driver Training Centers; Applicable From July 1
Center Notifies New Rules For Accredited Driver Training Centers; Applicable From July 1

The candidates, who successfully pass the test at these centers, will be exempted from the driving test requirement at the time of applying for driving license, which is currently being taken at the Regional Transport Office (RTO).

UGC Invites 'Young Warrior' Application From Students To Combat Covid19
UGC Invites 'Young Warrior' Application From Students To Combat Covid19

UGC along with UNICEF- YuWaah and partners also proposes to organise multiple online capacity building sessions during June- July 2021 on topics related to Covid appropriate behaviour, vaccine hesitancy, home care prevention, reliable and verified information, knowledge.

Niranjan Mishra
No Relief From Covid Yet, Unlock Plans Only After Raja Fest: Top Odisha Health Official

The decision on the unlock process would be taken after observing the Covid situation post June 17, said the Director, Public Health, Niranjan Mishra on Friday.

Heavy Rainfall In Odisha
Low Pressure Forms Over Bay of Bengal, Odisha Set To Witness Heavy Rains

A Low Pressure area has formed over Northwest Bay of Bengal & adjoining Odisha is most likely to trigger torrential rain in most parts of the State from today. The weather condition would continue till June 14, according to a forecast by the IMD.

Fuel price hike
Odisha Congress Protests Fuel Price Hike As Part Of Nation-Wide Stir

The Odisha unit of Congress party today staged symbolic demonstration in front of various filling stations across the State as part of party’s call for nationwide protests over the steep hike in the price of petrol and diesel.

Prof Radhamohan
Padma Shri Prof Radhamohan Passes Away

Noted social worker and retired professor in Economics Padma Shri Radhamohan passed away while undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Bhubaneswar. He was 78.

Covid cases in Odisha
Covid-19: Odisha Logs 43 Deaths & 5,235 New Positives

Odisha recorded 5,235 new Covid-19 cases on Friday. With this, the positive tally in the State surged to 8,42,461, the State I&PR Department informed

OPSC Job Alert: Applications Invited For 351 Posts Of Veterinary Asst Surgeon

The Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC) has released a fresh notification for the recruitment of 351 Veterinary Assistant Surgeons Class II (Group B).

ECMO Machine
AIIMS Bhubaneswar To Get ECMO Machines Soon To Treat Critical Covid Patients

Critical Covid-19 patients may no longer have to be referred to other states for the life-saving Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) treatment as two such machines will soon be installed at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Bhubaneswar.

Paddy Procurement Sees Hike From Last Year
Centre's Paddy MSP Hike Gets Mixed Response In Odisha, BJP Hits Back

The ruling BJD government welcomed Centre's decision, Congress said the hike in MSP is of no use for the farmers.

Cyclone Yaas
Odisha CM Announces Package For Yaas-Hit Farmers  

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Thursday announced financial assistance to compensate farmers affected by Cyclone Yaas that hit the State on May 26. 

Water Resources Department
Water Resources Department On Toes As Monsoon Enters Odisha

The Water Resources Department has braced to tackle possible flood like situation in the wake of the IMD’s prediction of heavy rain after June 11 even as the southwest monsoon today entered the State with rain in south Odisha.

Mahanadi Dispute
Centre Extends Term Of Mahanadi Water Disputes Tribunal By 2 Years

The Central government today extended the tenure of Mahanadi Water Disputes Tribunal for two more years due to failure in submission of reports within stipulated time period.

Sabitri Brata
Odisha Observes 'Sabitri Brata' Amid Instances Of Covid Rule Violation

The enforcement squad of Commissionerate Police today prevented women performing worships at some temples in Old Town area on the occasion of Sabitri Brata even as congregation of devotees at shrines across the State has been restricted in view of Covid-19 pandemic.

Breaking Stereotypes: Transgenders Observe Sabitri Brata In Odisha Capital

Clad with bright and colourful sarees, some members of the transgender community observed the holy festival in a subdued manner in the Capital City with strict adherence to Covid-19 norms

Special Cell To Deal With Minor Kidnapping And Missing Cases In Bhubaneswar

The Commissionerate Police has launched a special cell in the Capital city-Minor Kidnapping and Missing Cell- to deal with the cases related to missing and abduction of minor children.

Covid cases
Covid-19: Odisha Sees 44 Deaths & 6,097 New Positives

Odisha recorded 6,097 new Covid-19 cases on Thursday. With this, the positive tally in the State surged to 8,37,226, the State I&PR Department informed

Odisha Cabinet Meeting
Big Push For Biju Expressway As 11 Key Proposals Get Odisha Cabinet Nod 

The Odisha Cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday approved construction of new roadways along with major bridges under the Biju Expressway.

Covid Vaccination In Bhubaneswar
Vaccination For Chemists, Foreign Bound Students And Athletes Prioritised In Odisha 

The Odisha government has decided to vaccinate staff and employees of medicine shops across the State on a priority basis.

cyber fraud
Stock Market Scam: Cyber Cell Helps Odisha Youth Get Back Rs 4.30 Lakh 

A youth in Odisha got back Rs 4.30 lakh  which he lost to online fraud due to the prompt action of Bhubaneswar cyber cell help desk.

BMC Gets Rs 20 Crore More CMRF Aid To Fight Covid 

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday sanctioned another Rs 20 crore to the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) for the smooth management of Covid-19 pandemic fighting measures.


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