The Bharat Bandh called by the farmer’s organization has created a worry for 1900 candidates who will be appearing in the Odisha Civil Services Main Examination 2019 from Monday. The candidates are worried about the general studies Paper-I and Paper-II that are scheduled on December 8. The candidates will appear for the examinations in centres of Puri, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Balasore, Ganjam, and Sambalpur.
Elimination of the Traffic Violators in Odisha to get Stern
Keeping eyes on the rising death cases due to the scarcity of enforcement, the state government has decided to escalate its increased count against traffic rules violation by enforcing motor vehicle rules from January. The government has already decided to suspend the DL-Driving License if anyone is found talking over a mobile phone, without a helmet, over-speeding, triple riding on a two-wheeler, red light jumping, driving against the traffic flow, and without using a seat belt.
The Gold Traders from Odisha Fined Rs. 25 Lakhs by the GST Officials
Three gold merchants checked with gold ornaments weighing 6.7kg and 239kg silver jewellery were fined by the GST Officials Rs. 25 Lakhs. The merchants could not produce any kind of waybill for the given consignment, and for this, three percent of the tax was collected as a penalty from them as per the government norms.
In Puri, Six Injured by the Wild Boar Attack
Suddenly, a wild boar appeared and attacked Urmila and Rohini, two sweepers, near Swargadwar, at 4.30 in the morning. Four other persons were also attacked during the incident. All were rushed to headquarters hospital for the treatment of the minor injuries. As per the localities, this is the first incident that took place because of wild animals.
The pairing of Olive Ridleys has begun in Ganjam District
The Olive Ridleys have started arriving to extend between the Gopalpur and Nuagaon, which is 4km away from the Rushikulya beach in Ganjam district. Usually, the mating time of the Olive Ridleys begins in November and December. As per the sources, the Forest Department has taken every possible step to protect the turtles.
Maize Cultivation become a Profit-making Business for the Tribals
The cultivation of maize has become a profit-making source of income in the tribal areas of Odisha. It has resulted as one of the lucrative sources of earning in the Mayurbhanj district of Odisha. Though maize farming requires less human resources, fertilizers, and investment than paddy and wheat, it is the best form of cultivation for the tribal.
The Project Neglecting Activities of the Block Officials are resent by Village Sarpanch
Village Sarpanch in Balikuda is resent against the block officials over the projects’ commencement without consulting them and without gaining the localities’ consent. As per the Association’s president, Niranjan Panda, the matter will be taken to the District Administration for the further resettlement of the issue.