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News from Cuttack

Cuttack is known as the Millennium City as well as the Silver City due to its history of 1000 years and famous silver filigree works. It is considered as the judicial capital of Odisha as the Odisha High Court is located here. It is also the old capital city of Odisha.The remains of the famous Barabati fort are still speaks the history of the millennium city. Cuttack has a rich maritime history which says that the traders’ sons (Sadhab pua) use to go to Java Sumatra Island to do business and brings lot of wealth here. To recollect this history every year Baliyatra, a weeklong festival is being organized here. Cuttack is the birth place of Subash Chandra Bose. Cuttack has so many special thing to know like here the feeling of sahi -bhai (Neighborhood) is very strong .Cuttack Khati (where group of friends, or people chatting on variety of subjects) is also very popular .Cuttack‘s delicious Dahibara- Allodium attracts many.

Outcry Over Odisha Matric Results: No Irregularities In Evaluation, Says BSE
Outcry Over Odisha Matric Results: No Irregularities In Evaluation, Says BSE

Marks of students have not been deducted. The assessment has been done without conducting exams as per a mathematical system, claims BSE.

Commissionerate Police seals a mobile shop
42 Shops Sealed In Bhubaneswar For Flouting Lockdown Norms

A joint team of Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) and Police reportedly conducted surprise raids in six zones of Bhubaneswar and sealed 42 shops.

District-Wise Unlock Decision After Review Of Covid Situation: DMET
District-Wise Unlock Decision After Review Of Covid Situation: DMET

Few districts in the State are witnessing a declining trend in the daily Covid cases for some days and subsequent rise afterwards.

Protest
Students In Odisha Gherao Schools Over Faulty Evaluation, Guardians Protest At BSE HQs

Expressing dissatisfaction over the results which were recently announced by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE), hundreds of matric students and their guardians gheraoed teachers and held protest at their respective schools in Cuttack, Bhubaneswar, Puri and other parts of the State.

Crowd for Vaccination
Covid Norms Thrown To Wind; Heavy Rush At Vaccination Centres In Balasore, Cutttack

Following the implementation of offline registration for the mass Covid19 vaccination programme, large number of beneficiaries, especially the young mass, were found crowding at different inoculation centres in the State, throwing covid protocols to wind.

Odisha Matric Results 2021
BSE Matric Results 2021: Students Not Satisfied With Results Can Appear; BSE Announces Registration Schedule

The BSE president said that the results of the matric examination was decided as per the assessment policy which was earlier fixed.

BSE Odisha Class 10 Results Declared: Click For Pass Percentage & Other Details
BSE Odisha Class 10 Results Declared: Click For Matric Pass Percentage & Other Details

Not a single school in the State recorded ‘zero’ result in this year's matriculation exam.

Odisha High Court
Give Details On Covid Deaths: HC To Odisha Govt

The Orissa High Court has directed the State government to submit a detailed report on the number of deaths caused by Covid-19 in the State.

MP Anubhav Mohanty
Marital Discord: MP Anubhav Mohanty Slams Wife Varsha For Not Appearing Before Court

Launching a scathing attack on his wife, the Parliamentarian said, "I came to the mediation centre of the SDJM court for a mediation in connection with the case filed by Varsha. She has also earlier filed two separate cases against me. Even after filing reply to her every petition without dishonouring the dates, no one from her side is receiving the replies.

Odisha High Court
Rath Yatra Only In Puri As Orissa HC Refutes To Intervene In Govt’s Directive

The court has also rejected the five petitions filled before it seeking permission to hold the Rath Yatra at two places including Baladevjew in Kendrapara, popularly known as Tulasi Khetra and Bhatli.

Tata Power Odisha electricity
Over Rs 50 Lakh Power Bill Pending On Nine Govt Colleges In Odisha

The Tata Power Central Odisha Distribution Limited (TPCODL) is facing a tough time with pending electricity dues from nine government colleges under State Higher Education Department.

Covid-19 cases In odisha
Covid Cases In Odisha Dip To Record Low In Over Two Months, No Let Up In Deaths

There is no relief from the single-day Covid-19 fatalities in Odisha even as the daily positive cases on Tuesday dipped to below 3000-mark, a record low in over last two months.

Odisha High Court
PIL In Orissa HC Seeks Probe Into Covid Hospital Mismanagement, Cremations Without Dignity

A public interest litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Orissa High Court over alleged gross mismanagement and negligence in treatment of patients in Covid hospitals and denying of dignity to Covid deceased during cremation.

Covid-19
Covid-19 In Odisha: Dip In Daily Cases Continues, No Let Up In Fatalities

The single-day Covid-19 fatalities continue to remain above 40 even as the daily case count has been witnessing a dip for last several days in Odisha.

Cuttack murder
Man Sleeping In Footpath Hacked To Death In Cuttack

A man sleeping in footpath was hacked to death by some unidentified miscreants at the College Square area in the city

Cuttack ITI Students Develop Delta 400 Drones To Fight Covid
Cuttack ITI Students Develop Delta-400 Drones To Battle Covid

As a big morale booster in the fight against the Covid pandemic, students of the Government ITI in Cuttack have developed a drone series named Delta-400 which they claim can go a long way in effortlessly executing a number of operations but most notably delivering vaccines in far-off inaccessible regions.

Gun racket
Illegal Arms Racket Busted, Four Held, 11 Guns Seized In Cuttack

The Commissionerate Police claimed to have busted a major illegal firearms racket in Cuttack by seizing 11 country-made guns and 51 live rounds on Wednesday.

Road Mishaps
2 Killed, 4 Injured In Two Separate Road Mishaps In Odisha

As many as two persons were killed and four injured in two separate road accidents in Cuttack and Bhubaneswar

Covid Restrictions Leave Banki Vegetable Farmers In Lurch
Covid Restrictions Leave Banki Vegetable Farmers In Lurch

The guidelines framed by the Odisha government allowing markets to open for just 4 hours has largely affected the sale of vegetables.

Raja Parba, The Connecting Link Between Communities
Raja Parba, The Connecting Link Between Communities

Whether it's sharing the various mouth-watering delicacies including Poda Pitha or munching on Bidia Pan, the festival acts as a connecting bond with people from various communities as well.

Corona cases
Odisha Reports 4,339 New COVID-19 Cases, 44 Deaths In Last 24 Hours

Even as the Covid-19 graph continued with its downward trend, there seems to be no let up in the fatalities as 44 more deaths were reported from different parts of Odisha in the last 24 hours.

Fake Drugs
More Fake Drugs On Sale In Odisha! Health Dept Alerts Drugs Inspectors 

The Odisha Health department on Saturday said a firm in Cuttack which was raided for procuring spurious Favipiravir tablets has purchased nine more drugs from a dubious manufacturer.

Flesh Trade In Silver City
Flesh Trade In Silver City: Commissionerate Police Raids 2 Places In Cuttack, Several Held

In spite of the restrictions enforced in view of Covid-19 pandemic, illegal flesh trade seems to be thriving in the Silver City of Cuttack with the Commissionerate Police busting two such illicit joints on Saturday.

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.

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.