"I am perfectly fine and at home. My brother faced an accident yesterday and it was a minor one in which he broke his hand. I was not even present in the car."
Stones were allegedly pelted on BJP supporters when they staged a demonstration in front of Narasinghpur block office over alleged irregularities in the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY)
Family court heard a plea filed by Anubhav seeking ex parte decree on his divorce petition for dissolution of his marriage with Varsha.
All the required technical personnel have been selected and will soon leave for Kolkata to get training.
Sabita Panda of Dharina village under Kisan Nagar police limits in Cuttack district recently died of heart attack. However, the deceased’s husband has blamed tardy police probe for her death.
Odisha on Tuesday witnessed a fall in the single day Covid 19 cases with 2,487 new infections even as daily fatalities showed no sign of abatement with 51 infected persons succumbing to the virus in last 24 hours.
The Orissa High Court on Friday launched a new time schedule specifying the working duration of subordinate courts under different zones.
The soaring prices of petrol and diesel have sparked widespread resentment among people especially the middle class in Odisha as the prices of the fuel have breached Rs 100-mark per litre at several places including the twin cities of Bhubaneswar and Cuttack.
Odisha reported 46 fatalities due to Covid-19 in the last 24 hours taking the virus toll to 4,109 even as 3,222 people tested positive for the virus during the period pushing the cumulative positive tally to 91,6109 in the State.
With this, the active cases in the State increased to 31,231 while 8,77,540 patients recovered, including 3,233 on Wednesday, from the disease so far.
A case in this regard has been lodged at the Nemalo Police Station by Panda following which an investigation has been initiated into the matter.
Though the Covid-19 graphs in majority of districts in the State have waned, the situation is still far from satisfactory in some districts, especially in the coastal belts of Odisha.
Amid huge outpouring of anger over the recently-announced Class 10 results by students and guardians across the State, the Odisha Secondary School Teachers’ Association (OSSTA) has added fuel to the row by terming cancellation of the board examination as a ‘historic blunder.’
Even as the tardy pace of JICA project in the Silver City of Cuttack is raising many questions, the Odisha Cabinet’s nod for infusing more funds into construction of box drains seems to have added fuel to the fire.
Amid state-wide students’ unrest over alleged faulty evaluation in preparation of board exam scores of class 10 students, the Board of Secondary Education (BSE) today came out with a clarification claiming flawless assessment this year.
Once the examination is conducted in offline mode, every step will be taken for early publication of results, informed BSE.
The vacillating trend of the daily Covid cases in Odisha for the past several days saw a big drop on Tuesday with the State recording 2,640 positives, its record low in over last two months. The new cases have taken the State's cumulative virus count tally to 9,06,429.
Marks of students have not been deducted. The assessment has been done without conducting exams as per a mathematical system, claims BSE.
A joint team of Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) and Police reportedly conducted surprise raids in six zones of Bhubaneswar and sealed 42 shops.
Few districts in the State are witnessing a declining trend in the daily Covid cases for some days and subsequent rise afterwards.
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.
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.
The BSE president said that the results of the matric examination was decided as per the assessment policy which was earlier fixed.
Not a single school in the State recorded ‘zero’ result in this year's matriculation exam.
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.