Odia Movie Halls are over Crowed on the Occasion of Festival Rajo in Bhubaneswar

In all the big cities in India, the movie theatres are all set to re-open. But Odisha has not permitted this decision by considering the rising COVID cases. Till further notice, no movie theatres are permitted to open in the state of Odisha. 

Second Accused of Cuttack Underage Girl Sexual-Harassment Case has been Caught

Police have caught hold of the second accused in the Cuttack under-age girl sexual harassment case. The second accused ran from the site of the crime, and Chauliaganj Police has now successfully taken control and arrested him.

Rairangpur, Odisha Fire Outbreak in a Shopping Mall Late Night on 14th October

A shopping mall in Rairangpur, Odisha, caught fire late at night on 14th October. The reason is still unknown, but the fire outbreak was massive. The fire department came to the spot immediately to control the situation.

After Heavy Rainfall, Ganjam is in a Flood Situation- Narayanpur area near Brahmapur is Experiencing Rise in Water Level

After a massive rainfall in Ganjam district, the Narayanpur area near Brahmapur is experiencing knee-level water rise, indicating a flood-like situation. Authorities are not responding well to the situation.

COVID Cases Per Day Ratio is Dropping in Odisha, Which is a Good Sign

The COVID positive cases in the past 24 hours are recorded to be 2275, which lower than the report of 13th October. It is a good sign as the cases drop and COVID comes under control, people can gain confidence in returning to their normal lives without fear.

Odisha to get Benefit from the STARS Edu Project

Six states were selected to benefit from the STARS education project that is aided by the World Bank. The Union Bank approved it on Wednesday, which will be centrally-sponsored. Other states include Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, and Madhya Pradesh.

Poor Malkangiri Boys will get the Chance to Study in KISS Bhubaneswar

The KISS Foundation is determined to help the two brothers of Telgabeda Village, Malkangiri to study at KISS College, Bhubaneswar. The elder son was sold by his parents and was rescued by Jayanti Khara, Anganwadi Worker. He then took care of the child after being aware of the situation. Now, they both have been offered educational help by KISS Foundation.