For the academic year 2020-21, the Odisha government is to release the reduced school syllabus within a week. On Sunday, the Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash provided the information to the schools. The syllabus is reduced, and the details about the chapters removed will be clear within a week’s time.

COVID-19 outbreak put a damp to the Mass Agrarian Festival “Nuakhai.”

Every year Nuakhai is celebrated in the western Odisha as a gratitude for a bumper crop, good rain, and favourable farming weather. But this year, the mass agrarian festival is not the same due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Nuakhai is the popular festival that was started by the farmers to the extent their heartfelt gratitude to the almighty for favourable harvesting.

In Odisha, COVID-19 testing ramped over 68K day

In order to bring the deadly Coronavirus pandemic under control, Odisha is conducting COVID-19 tests in the twenty-four hours. As per the COVID /-19 testing data, it appears a huge increase in the testing of the COVID-19 per day basis. Almost 61379 COVID-19 tests were conducted in a day in Odisha.

Ten more COVID-19 Death reported, and death troll Crossed 400 in Odisha

On Sunday, the COVID-19 death toll touched 409 as ten more patients reported death by the deadly virus in Odisha. The ten deaths have been reported in Odisha by the H&FW Department. The reported death from different places in Odisha, like three death from Ganjam district, two from Rayagada, two from Cuttack, one from Gajapati, and one from Nayagarh districts. 

In Odisha’s Mayurbhanj Sick elephant calf Rescued 

On 23rd Sunday morning, an elephant calf was rescued by the team of forest officials. The team of forest officials rescued the elephant calf got separated from its family. The newborn baby was found lying on a farm. The newborn baby was found in poor condition and was also sick.

Unrest in Kolidaspur village over illegal Sand Mining Investigation

The locals of the Kolidaspur village staged a demonstration in front if Hinjili police station of the Ganjam district. The locals protested against the police, who took six people in custody to interrogate the illegal Sand mining. The six individuals were interrogated in charge of getting involved in illegal sand mining from the Rushikulya riverbed.

Odisha recorded the highest recoveries rate in a single day

On Sunday, Odisha recorded the highest single-day Covide-19 recoveries. As per the recode, 2129 COVID-19 patients were recovered in a single day. The health and the Family Welfare department provided information about Odisha’s highest recoveries in a day. Now the recoveries rates have reached 54405 in Odisha.