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Tag: Odisha Road Mishaps

Death in road accidents in Odisha: Administration or irresponsible drivers, who is to be blamed?
Death in road accidents in Odisha: Administration or irresponsible drivers, who is to be blamed?

Unabated road mishaps and the spike in death rates have turned into a major concern for the Odisha government. As per the Central government's Road accident in India 2020 report, in comparison to 2019, the death rates have reduced in 2022, however, during lockdown and shutdown even around 9817 accidents were reported.

  • Sunday, 29 May 2022
16 injured in 3 separate road mishaps in Odisha

Sundergarh/Ganjam/Mayurbhanj: As many as 16 persons were injured in three separate road accidents in Odisha on Saturday. A Rourkela-bound bus from Pallahara overturned near Darji in Lahunipara area injuring at least 10 persons. According to sources, the bus veered off the road on NH-143 after a portion of the vehicle chasis broke apart, sources said. […]

  • Saturday, 01 May 2021
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Three Of A Family, Driver Killed After Car Hits Roadside Tree

Nayagarh: As many as four persons, including three of a family were killed after the car they were travelling in rammed into a roadside tree near Karada under Saranakul Police limits of Nayagarh district Friday late night. The deceased have been identified as Chiranjib Sahoo, Aditya Sahoo, Madhusmita Sahoo- all members of a family and […]

  • Wednesday, 21 April 2021
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Odisha Govt Says Zero Tolerance On Traffic Violation As State Sees High Helmetless Driving Fatalities

Bhubaneswar: With around 2397 bikers dying due to critical head injuries due to helmetless driving in 2019 as per a report, Odisha government has asked authorities to tighten the noose around traffic violators by implementing zero-tolerance policy in road safety guidelines. Chairing a high-level meeting, Chief Secretary Suresh Mohapatra on Monday directed top police officers […]

  • Sunday, 04 April 2021
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