The meteorological department of Odisha has stated that low pressure over the central Bay of Bengal will intensify rain in Odisha. The department has further declared many regions with a yellow warning. All the fishermen are prohibited from going fishing. This low pressure will also cause heavy rainfall in various parts of Odisha, including the twin city.

Commissionerate Police Booked a Cafe Owner for Allowing the Crowd to Watch IPL

The Commissionerate police earlier today booked a café owner for violating COVID-19 norms. As per the reports, the cafe owner allowed a crowd of people to watch IPL in his café. The Commissionerate police have booked the owner and have imposed fine on him. As per the sources, several people have gathered in the Galaxy garden café to watch IPL match.

Older Woman Robbed in Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar is deemed to be the safest city in Odisha. But recently an incident has astonished everyone. As per the sources, older woman was out in the morning when two thieves in a bike snatched her ornaments. This incident is creating an uproar amongst people who thought Bhubaneswar to be a safe place.

Traffic Police Felicitated for the Sweeping Road

Recently traffic police found sweeping gravel from the road at Sikharpur Area. So, the Commissionerate police on this Tuesday had felicitated the Traffic Police for his work. As per the sources, Constable Lalit Mohan Raut has been awarded for his unique service. Commissioner of Police Sudhansu Sarangi has awarded him.

State Reports a Continuous Decline in COVID Cases with 1931 New Cases

The State is witnessing a dip in COVID-19 cases for the third time in a row. Today the State has reported 1931 new cases. The Information and Public Relation Department in a tweet declared the new COVID Positives in the State. Khordha again reports the highest number of positives with 273 new cases.

Thirteen more COVID Deaths in the State

The State has reported thirteen more COVID deaths today. The Health and Family Welfare office in a series of tweets has declared the new deaths in the State. Among thirteen new deaths, four are from Mayurbhanj, two from Bhubaneswar, one from Balasore, three from Puri, one from Balangir, one from Anugul and one from Nuapada District.

CM Addresses the State and Advice to Stay more Alert in the Festive Season

On this Tuesday at 4 PM, Chief Minister Naveen Pattnaik addressed the State in a digital meeting. In this telecast, he advised people to stay more alert in this festive season. As the Durga Puja is about to begin, people are found shopping in the busy street. So, CM advises people to stay alert as the COVID-19 is not over yet.