The apparent reason why cyclists prefer not to use the track is the small concrete obstructers which have been constructed in every 50 metres throughout the track in a bid to prevent movement of vehicles.
The Capital City achieved peak on May 16. The second wave peak count has been 2.3 times of first wave peak. The Covid-19 incidence here is still high at 49.8 per lakh population
Bhubaneswar: Over one million trees that once stood tall and provided green cover to the Odisha capital have been felled by the raging winds of Cyclone Fani, the uprooted trunks and bare branches testimony to the intensity of the storm that barrelled through the state last week. The extremely severe cyclonic storm on May 3 […]
Bhubaneswar: There are always two sides of a coin. If on one face the Capital City is claimed as the smartest of the smart cities in the State, it also has an ugly side- the attacks, loots, murders, theft taking place every now and then. Bhubaneswar has witnessed numerous attacks on senior residents in recent […]
Bhubaneswar: A mere spell of rain and it seemed the capital city ‘facilitated’ its denizens with free swimming classes today. Many commuters were left in lurch on busy roads while a few vehicles were found floating in water in the low-lying areas. Needless to say, water-logging woes have once again returned to haunt the residents […]
Bhubaneswar: Odisha’s capital city Bhubaneswar continues to witness a surge in COVID-19 cases with detection of five more positives on Saturday. Moreover, three departments of Utkal University, which is located in the capital city, were sealed today after an employee’s contact tested positive for coronavirus. According to university sources, Philosophy, English and Economics departments have […]