Odisha is likely to experience change in weather conditions as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted rainfall activity in some parts of the state after 24 hours. As per the IMD’s latest weather bulletin, light rain is likely to occur in several districts from January 17 (tomorrow).
Twin city Commissionerate Police organizes rally on National Road Safety Week. Commissionerate Police urges commuters to follow these six golden safety rules
Top Stories Of The Day | January 16 | Odisha | Pratidin
PM Modi holds mega roadshow in Delhi. Roadshow held in backdrop of BJP’s national executive meet. PM receives grand welcome at NDMC convention centre.
IAS officers are not always bookworms as believed. Odisha’s Sonepur Collector Aboli Naravane proves it. Aboli Naravane, a 2015 bath IAS officer of Odisha cadre. IAS Aboli shows her talent beyond role of Collector. Wins hearts with dance moves at Sonepur Lok Mahotsav. The Civil Servant is a dance and fitness enthusiast.
Vaccination drive to start again in Odisha. Covishield to be available from Jan 19 in identified govt healthcare centres. This will be done under National COVID19 vaccination programme. Vaccine for beneficiaries whose 2nd dose and precaution dose are due. Information provided by State Health & Family Welfare Department.
Top Stories Of The Day | January 14 | Odisha | Pratidin
Indian Army To Induct Women Officers Into Artillery Regiment Soon
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Saturday predicted rainfall activities in several parts of Odisha from next week. As per IMD, there will be no large change in the minimum temperature (Night Temperature) over the districts of Odisha during the next five days.
Stampede On Odisha’s T-Bridge, 2 Feared Dead, 20 Persons Critically Injured
Passenger boat gets stuck in Chilika lake due to dense fog. The boat was en route to Maa Kalijai shrine with 20 devotees on board. Local admin temporarily suspended boat service in Chilika lake.
These days, Rajesh is playing the mouth organ at schools in Koraput to earn his livelihood. Rajesh, who is visually-impaired and an orphan, says he was rescued by a teacher named Somayajalu of Pandit Somayajalu School for Blinds in Telangana, when he was a baby boy.
Life can at times be harsh. It can force anyone to give up on their dreams and aspirations. Similar phase has forced a handball player from Odisha’s Puri to take up the job of a night watchman.
Meet Malkangiri boy Rudra Sethi whose incredible endurance and athleticism now reminds of Budhia Singh, once a famous child marathoner from Odisha. Just six-years-old, Rudra has stunned one and all from his area by running 17 kilometers at a stretch.
Mystery shrouds the death of woman cricketer who was found hanging in a forest in Gurudijhatia police limits in Cuttack under mysterious circumstances. The matter came to the fore after her coach lodged a missing complaint with Mangalabag police Friday morning.