Patients who had attempted suicide in 2020 were more likely to be exposed to information about the pandemic on social media and were more likely to present with adjustment disorder and major depressive disorder.
The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) employment peaked during the nationwide lockdown imposed to curb the Covid infection in 2020 as per the Economic Survey tabled in Parliament on Monday.
While the traders welcomed the decision aimed at curbing the COVID menace, they also demanded assurance from the government to not clamp complete shutdown ahead which will push their livelihood at stake once again.
All people must observe the Covid-19 norms like wearing face-masks, maintain at least 6 feet physical distance, ensure hygiene, sanitise/wash hands frequently, and those found violating the CAB shall be fined Rs 500.
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.
As per ground reports from major bus stands in the State, heavy inflow of passengers has been seen as compared to the number of vehicles.
The Orissa High Court has issued fresh instructions to be followed for functioning of district and other subordinate courts in view of guidelines issued by the State Govt for graded unlocking of the economic activities.
Bus services for incoming passengers will continue from railway station to Cuttack and Khordha even on weekend shutdown from Friday to Sunday.
The Odisha government exempted Motor Vehicle (MV) Tax of bus operators for the month of July, 2021
The partial lockdown in the State will come to an end after a day.
Meet 40-year-old Sudarshan Sahoo who once sold Chat at a road side stall in the Capital city to make a living. Thanks to the long pandemic-induced lockdowns, Sahoo, as he stands now after a year, has morphed into a well-known bamboo artisan in the city.
With just two days before the expiry of the partial lockdown, the third phase of the pandemic curbs in Odisha this year, all eyes are now on the next move of the State government.
The ‘Work From Home’ policy that has been adopted by the corporate world ever since the outbreak of the Covid pandemic has now turned out to be a situation much less impressive and productive than expected now even though it promised to be a win-win state of affairs during the first wave of the virus surge.
With announcement of partial unlocking in as many as 13 districts and more relaxations for people to avail essential commodities in other regions, Odisha government has allowed the opening of automobile shops and also permitted registration of new vehicles from today.
The Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC) on Thursday raided a garment showroom at Nayasarak in the Silver City and levied a fine of Rs 30,000 on its owner for allegedly making backdoor sales.