The Odisha government made a big announcement for the aspirants of OCS and Combined Competitive Recruitment Examinations 2020 to have one more attempt to appear in the examinations. As per the government rules, those candidates who appeared in OCSE 2018 and OCSE 2019 but were not eligible to appear in OCSE 2020 for the upper age limit attainment are allowed to appear in the examinations.
Patients Carried on Bullock Cart in Nabarangpur District
No Ambulance services or no roadway for the patients in Nabarangpur district. The government has failed to provide quality healthcare services and build pucca roads in the Patakhalia area of the district. As per the sources, three patients suffering from diarrhoea vomiting were carried on a bullock cart for 5 kms to reach an ambulance waiting on the motorable road.
After Pari, Another Girl Goes Missing in Nayagarh
After the mysterious case of kidnapping and murder of a girl Pari, it has been reported that another girl from the same district is missing from Friday afternoon at the Dadhipatna village under the Ranpur Block. The girl’s parents have launched a search operation to trace the location of their daughter.
Couple Found Dead in a Vegetable Field after being Electrocuted
A tragic incident happened in Aska at Burupada village today morning. A couple got electrocuted in the vegetable field while going for collecting cauliflowers. They didn’t notice the electric wire in the field and accidentally touched it, resulting in the spot death. As per the sources, the same incident also happened on November 11, in which a minor boy and his uncle suffered for the same cause.
Dense Fog in Several Parts of Odisha
The vehicular movement gets hit by the dense fog in the twin city. A thick blanket of fog overtook the areas of Cuttack and Bhubaneswar today. The dense fog also created problems for the motorists who were seen getting into trouble on the road in different parts of the state.
Retired Army Jawan Now Living a Life of a Daily Labourer
Chanduram Majhi, a retired army Jawan, is now a daily labourer. As per the sources, Jawan stated that he is now leading a labourer’s life despite serving the motherland for many years. He pleaded the government to look into the matter and has sought some help from them.
Odisha Man Has Conducted Post Mortems of over 20,000 Bodies
An Odisha man working in Capital Hospital, Bhubaneswar has done post mortems of more than 20,000 bodies. As per the source, the man is Ramchandra Baidanga from Bhubaneswar and has been serving the hospital for many years.