Odisha Assembly during COVID-19

According to the sources, a winter session of 40 days long is ready to begin from 20 November 2020 with the proper adherence to covid-19 rules and regulations in Assembly. As per the information, the session will continue till 31st December 2020 with four hours and thirty minutes each day.

Investigation begins by Police in Claimed Superintendent Death in Puri

The police have launched an inquiry for the alleged custodial death is prevailing in Baseli Sahi region, Puri. The alleged, K Ramesh was planning to execute some crime and also possess weapons. As per sources, Baseli Sahi police tried to stop him, and this incident happened. Some local social workers clashed with police and demanded a judicial probe against the police responsible for alleged death.

A Tribal Women in Malkangiri District took the Initiative with a Roadside Library

To foster the reading habit among the young generation, a voluntary group of twenty tribal women took the initiative step by opening a library along the National highway NH-326 in Malkangiri town. The library currently has 80 books collection, including General Knowledge, History, Short Stories, and Biography available in languages like Odia, English, Hindi, and Bengali.

Ancient Barter System of Trade is still Prevailing in Keonjhar, Odisha

The Barter system’s old-age practice came into the limelight in the Golabandha village, Telkoi of Keonjhar, where the vegetables and groceries are carried out to the market to sell to the customers. Still, the main concern is that the shopkeepers accept paddy instead of money and barter it for vegetables.

After a Delivery Boy, now a farmer gets the GST Evasion of worth Rs 10 Cr Notice

Naveen Bag, a farmer from Sonepur District, got a legal notice worth Rs. 10 Cr. Of GST Evasion recently. As per the sources, a company name “Bag & Bag” was set up in his name and the GST amount is the charges of accommodation. The farmer’s Aadhar and voter Id Card to an avail bank loan and by this, his documents got misused. The police started an investigation about the farmer’s complaint.

A Youth carrying a Sack having Rs 30 Lakhs Cash Set back in Bhubaneswar

The Khandagiri police team set back youth carrying Rs. 30 Lakhs cash in a sack near the Tapoban Petrol Pump. As per the sources, the cop suspected some foul play by the youth when he started running away after seeing the police Van near the petrol pump region. Later on, the cops confirmed the youth as a Tobacco dealer from the Gajapati district.

Among the Top 2% of Global Scientists, Two Odia Researchers are also present in the list given by Stanford University

Two researchers named Dr Sanjeev K Sahoo and Dr Amaresh C. Panda working with ILS-Institute of Life Science, Bhubaneswar has been listed in the top list of 2% Global Scientist released by Stanford University. The list includes different disciplines involving twenty-two scientific fields and probably a hundred seventy-five subfields and consists of nearly 1500 doctors, engineers, and scientists.