Professor Ganeshi Lal, the Governor of Odisha, has appointed new vice-chancellors for its six universities. As per the report, the newly appointed vice-chancellors will work for four years with effect from the date they join the office. The tenure of the incumbent VCs is ending this month.
Bike Lifting Gang Busted, 10 Bikes Recovered
Nabarangpur police have been busted a bike lifting gang and have arrested one person connected to this case. Besides, they have also recovered 10 stolen bikes from the person. Police have able to identify the person based on the analysis of CCTV footage.
BMC to Setup 11 Micro Composting Centres
The BMC- Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation has planned to set up at least eleven MCCs- Micro Composting Centres in Bhubaneswar, and they will start functioning from the first week of December. The processing capacity of each MCC will be around five tonnes per day.
Oxygen Pipe Leak Incident Stops Open Heart Surgery at SCB
As per the new report, the Open-Heart Surgery at the SCB Medical College and Hospital’s Cardiothoracic ward halted following a leakage in the oxygen pipe. All the critical patients have been shifted to different wards. Besides, the Oxygen plant also has closed down.
More than 60kg ganja Seized from a Bank Manager’s Car
Boudh police have seized at least three ganja packets from a Dzire car of a bank manager. The approximate weight of the packets would be around 60kg. Based on the information, police frisked the vehicle on Mursundi-Baghiapada road and seized ganja from the car.
913 COVID-19 Patients Recovered in the State in Last 24 Hours
As per the latest report, 913 COVID-19 patients have recovered in the state in the last 24 hours, and they all have been discharged from the hospitals. The Health & Family Welfare Department has informed this. With this, the total recovery number now stands at 306726.
Workers in Ganjam District Demand Re-Opening of Sacked Aahar Centre
The Aahar center’s workers who have been disengaged from the works have staged a dharna at the Berhampur Municipal Corporation office protesting the state government’s unfavorable decision in times of COVID-19 pandemic. They were sacked from their jobs on 1st November 2020.