Elephants at the Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park near Pollachi. Top Slip, Top Slip, a picturesque picnic spot nea the sanctuary, has an elephant camp where one can watch pachyderms being groomed.

A group of 30 elephants has entered the Tildega area of Sundargarh in the Balisankara block. They have damaged the crops around the land, and the forest officials, along with locals’ help, are driving away these elephants to prevent further damage.

Vigilance Raids in the House of Dr Prasana Kumar Mishra for DA Charges

The vigilance team raids the house of Dr. Prasana Kumar Mishra, Assistant Professor of Mathematics in Engineering & Technology, Ghatikia, for the DA charges. Along with that, the team also conducted raids simultaneously in other places as well.

Sushila Devi, First Lady of Odisha Succumbs to Post COVID 19 Complications

The new week began with the sad news of Sushila Devi, First Lady of Odisha, Wife of Governor Prof Ganeshi Lal is no more. As per the reports, she was facing certain complications post-COVID 19 treatment. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik expressed his grief for this loss.

Cyclonic Storm over Bay of Bengal is Raising Alerts for Heavy Rainfall in Major Districts of Odisha

Cyclonic storm alert has been given above the Bay of Bengal, which will result in heavy rainfall in major districts of Odisha. The weather department will give clear details on which districts are under the yellow or orange warning.

Unemployment Count of Odisha Stated by the Odisha Government

As per the statement given by the Odisha government, there is around 8,96,838 unemployed youth in Odisha. These are just the registered figures, whereas there might be many more who have not yet registered for this listing.

Due to the Absence of Veterinarians, the Cattle Owners of Rengali Dam Site are Suffering

As the veterinarians are missing from their clinics in Rengali Dam Site, the cattle owners are not being able to seek treatment for their cows, as a result of which, they are dying. It will eventually turn out to be a great loss to them.

COVID Recoveries in Odisha are giving some Positive Signs of Relief

The total COVID 19 recoveries of Odisha is now 3,05,813. In the last 24 hours, a total of 905 patients have recovered from this disease, and it is a good sign for the health department as they are putting in all the efforts to defeat this virus.