Unawareness & fear continue to be a major roadblock in the COVID19 management in the hinterlands of Odisha. This is a glaring example of how lack of awareness about COVID19 and is driving people out of their homes and into hiding in forests.
Smart city Bhubaneswar is among the top 10 liveable capital cities in India. According to the Ease of Living Index Report 2020, Bhubaneswar has emerged as the 4th best liveable capital city in the country.
Days after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) apprised the Supreme Court about the assessment criteria for Class 12 Board exams, over a thousand students of Class 10 and Class 12 approached the top Court seeking cancellation of private/ compartment/ repeaters CBSE Board Examinations 2021.
A 12-ft long python was rescued from a village in Jajpur district on Saturday.Some locals spotted the reptile in Pubuli village road in Samia Panchayat under Bairi Forest range. Immediately, they called up the Forest Department officials to catch the python.
This week some important planetary transits will take place. On June 20, Jupiter became retrograde in Aquarius sign and its positive impact will be strongly felt in our lives during this week.
Another top talent is gone too soon. Ollywood singer Tapu Mishra, who was under treatment at a private hospital in Bhubaneswar for post-Covid complications, passed away on Saturday.
Many weaver families reside in Cuttack’s Nuapatna and Maniabandha. When one enters the village, you enter their world of handlooms and threads. These threads & fabrics tie these villagers together in an age old vocation.
Kanta Prasad, who is the owner of the famous ‘Baba Da Dhaba’ was admitted to Safdarjung Hospital after consuming sleeping pills, Delhi police said on Friday (June 18).
Fighting Covid19 infection is not an easy task, especially for someone of an advanced age. A centenarian woman in Odisha has beaten the virus! Yes, you heard that right! Sumati Nayak from Khandapada in Nayagarh district is over hundred years old and had contracted the deadly infection on May 5. However, she was admitted to Khandapada Covid Care Centre after her oxygen level dropped.
It seems big IT companies are planning for drastic job cuts as soon as 2022. News agency PTI said quoting a report that domestic software firms may cut as many as 30 lakh or 3 million jobs by 2022. TCS, Infosys, Wipro, HCL, Tech Mahindra and Cognizant and others appear to be planning for a 3 million reduction in low-skilled roles by 2022, the report said.