A 12-year-old girl was rescued from the house of a retired Collector from IRC Village, Bhubaneswar on Monday where she was allegedly engaged as a domestic help.
After duplicate ghee, edible oil and sauce, a duplicate television racket was busted in the capital city. Commisionerate Police busted a major fake television racket in Pokhariput area in Bhubaneswar on Tuesday. As many as four persons were arrested after the raid. Over 150 duplicate TV sets carrying brand logos and packaging were seized during the raid. As per reports, the racket was operating in the city for over a year and was involved in selling duplicate television sets.
The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Saturday announced to extend doorstep Covid-19 testing and vaccination (pick and drop) facilities for differently-abled persons in the Capital City from Sunday
Bhubaneswar enjoys wide reputation as a greatly liveable Indian city with amiable people, soothing afternoon breeze, tasty drinking water and satisfactory air, road and rail connectivity. The city should grow to greater heights as a more planned city with cleaner roads, cleaner marketplaces and healthy public space.
The State capital on Monday witnessed a huge reduction in daily COVID cases after 864 new patients were reported in the smart city in the last 24 hours.
In a major crackdown on drug trafficking, a joint team of Quick Action Team (QAT) of Odisha Police and Mancheswar Police seized huge quantity of brown sugar worth over Rs 60 lakh in the Capital City
Steep rise in the number of daily Covid-19 positive cases in the State capital continue to rise with the city recording the highest single-day surge of 1353 fresh cases in the last 24 hours
As the COVID numbers in Odisha continues to raise concern, the capital city, Bhubaneswar saw 1118 persons getting infected with the dreaded disease in the last 24 hours
The rapid spread of the second wave of Coronavirus infection in the Twin City has hit the Commissionerate Police hard with it’s over 210 personnel getting infected with the virus
As the number of Covid-19 positive cases in Odisha continues to raise concerns, the active cases in the capital city breached 11,000-mark with 1294 persons getting infected with the disease on Wednesday