31.07.21 Daily OPSC Current Affairs

ODISHA   First Indian City to Get Fully Vaccinated – Bhubaneswar     Bhubaneswar has become the first Indian city to accomplish 100% COVID-19 vaccination. The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) had dispatched a gigantic vaccination drive against Covid-19. Highlights: This achievement is credited to the BMC running 55 focuses consistently for immunizations. BMC has a … Read more

30.07.21 Daily OPSC Current Affairs

ODISHA     Odisha govt stresses on joint inspection of road accident spots     Even though the Supreme Court Committee on Road Safety ordered all states to conduct joint inspection of accident spots by the motor vehicle inspectors, police personnel and road engineers, its compliance is lacking in Odisha. The state commerce and transport secretary Madhu Sudan … Read more

29.07.21 Daily OPSC Current Affairs

ODISHA     Odisha: Kalahandi loco POH project caught in land hurdle   The Indian Railways had sanctioned an electric loco periodical overhauling (POH) workshop at Narla in Kalahandi district in the budget 2017-18 with an estimated cost of Rs 186.37 crore. But construction work of this project is yet to start. The Railways has received only … Read more

28.07.21 Daily OPSC Current Affairs

ODISHA   Odisha capital sees increase in suicide cases in first half this year   As Covid-19 pandemic triggered stress and psychological ailments among many, suicide cases recorded a marginal increase in Bhubaneswar in the first half of 2021 as compared to the corresponding period last year. While altogether 142 people had committed suicide in the capital city between January and June last year, 151 … Read more

27.07.21 Daily OPSC Current Affairs

ODISHA     Piped water project in Odisha misses deadline due to pandemic   nly 70% work on the Rs 316-crore mega piped drinking water supply project has been completed till date though it was supposed to be commissioned by August 2020. Work on the project started in April 2018 to ensure round-the- clock supply … Read more

25-26.07.21 Daily OPSC Current Affairs

ODISHA   Projects worth 450 crore sanctioned under PMKSY for Odisha   The Centre has so far sanctioned projects worth over Rs 450 crore under various components of Pradhan Mantri Kisan SAMPADA Yojana (PMKSY) for overall growth and development of the food processing sector. In a written reply in Lok Sabha, Union food processing minister Prahlad Singh Patel said under … Read more

24.07.21 Daily OPSC Current Affairs

ODISHA   Odisha to promote jackfruit cultivation and processing The state agriculture department has decided to promote jackfruit cultivation, its processing and value addition on a mission mode following a discussion at a recent high-level meeting attended by senior officials. “It was decided that the local elite landraces of jackfruit having desired quality for raw consumption as well … Read more

23.07.21 Daily OPSC Current Affairs

ODISHA Odisha govt intends to promote brackish water aquaculture   The state government has planned to promote brackish water aquaculture to boost the the rural economy as the sector has huge potential of growth in Odisha. Recently, chief secretary Suresh Chandra Mohapatra chaired a meeting in this regard. He asked revenue and disaster management, fisheries and animal resources … Read more

22.07.21 Daily OPSC Current Affairs

ODISHA     Odisha seeks AAI’s NOC for site to display Dakota Aircraft   The Odisha government on Thursday said they have identified nearly 2.5 acre land at the Biju Patnaik International (BPI) Airport here to place the iconic Dakota Aircraft of former chief minister Biju Patnaik and sought a no-objection certificate (NOC) from the Airports Authority of India … Read more

21.07.21 Daily OPSC Current Affairs

ODISHA     CM Naveen Patnaik inaugurates Tata tea unit in Gopalpur   Chief minister Naveen Patnaik on Thursday inaugurated a tea packaging unit of Tata Consumer Products Limited at Gopalpur industrial park in Ganjam district through video conference. The Rs 100-crore plant commissioned in 18 months will create employment opportunities for over 900 people. The plant … Read more

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