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Puri:Termed as the world’s biggest coastal clean-up drive, the ‘Mo Beach’ initiative by Odisha Government was launched today morning. 

While the drive witnessed the participation of over 10,000 volunteers on Puri beach since 6 am today, the event was later graced by the presence of Bollywood celebrity Vidyut Jammwal. He began his talk by greeting the participants with “Jai Jagannath”. 

Earlier the Commando actor left a video message urging everyone to join him in the clean-up drive. 

The places targeted for the drive included 10 spots under Puri Municipality, 10 under Konark NAC and 80 locations in Astaranga, Brahmagiri, Gop and Krushnaprasad. 

As per the decision was taken at a preparatory meeting chaired by Puri Collector Balwant Singh, the district administration engaged 10 nodal officers to oversee the exercise at Puri and Konark, while BDOs of Astaranga, Brahmagiri, Gop and Krushnaprasad were deployed to look after the locations identified in their area.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dhenkanal;The Dhenkanal Collectorate was reportedly ransacked by the lawyers after the district Collector allegedly misbehaved with some advocates today afternoon. 

According to sources, some agitating lawyers manhandled the Additional Collector and also vandalised flower pots, nameplates, furniture and window panes of the office. 

The lawyers alleged that the District Magistrate had badly treated some advocate by making them wait for a long time outside his chamber in connection with a land acquisition case. 

The lawyers have staged a dharna in the office premises protesting over the incident, sources said. Reportedly, policemen have been deployed to avoid any untoward incident, sources added. 

A meeting was held with the agitating lawyers and the district administration this evening. However, the meeting remained inconclusive. 

The district lawyers’ association has demanded an unconditional apology from the District Collector for his misbehaviour and threatened to cease work.

 

 

 

 

 

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Kodala,20/09/19:In broad daylight robbery, two unidentified bike-borne miscreants allegedly looted 7 kg of silver ornaments from a jewellery shop owner at Kodala Panda Sahi in Ganjam district. 

The report says, the loot took place at 10.15 am today when two miscreants intercepted one Adikanta Sahoo of Jhuruda Sahi in the locality and snatched away the bag containing silver ornaments. The looters then sped away on a TVS Apache bike on Singhasani road. 

Some village youths, who tried to chase down the duo on motorcycles, had to stop following them as the latter brandished mouser guns. 

Further sources, the miscreants are from Balugaon area with the help of some local of Kodola  and it was a pre planned manner(?). 

On intimation, Kodala police swung into action and launched a manhunt to nab the looters. 

Following a complaint, Kodala IIC Dillip Kumar Sahoo and ASI Anil Kumar Sahoo reached the spot and launched a probe. 

When our correspondent interact with some locals they said now a days we are feeling unsecured due to lac of Police moment (!).

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Kodala,20/09/19:In broad daylight robbery, two unidentified bike-borne miscreants allegedly looted 7 kg of silver ornaments from a jewellery shop owner at Kodala Panda Sahi in Ganjam district. 

The report says, the loot took place at 10.15 am today when two miscreants intercepted one Adikanta Sahoo of Jhuruda Sahi in the locality and snatched away the bag containing silver ornaments. The looters then sped away on a TVS Apache bike on Singhasani road. 

Some village youths, who tried to chase down the duo on motorcycles, had to stop following them as the latter brandished mouser guns. 

Further sources, the miscreants are from Balugaon area with the help of some local of Kodola  and it was a pre planned manner(?). 

On intimation, Kodala police swung into action and launched a manhunt to nab the looters. 

Following a complaint, Kodala IIC Dillip Kumar Sahoo and ASI Anil Kumar Sahoo reached the spot and launched a probe. 

When our correspondent interact with some locals they said now a days we are feeling unsecured due to lac of Police moment (!).

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Bubaneswar: Eminent Odia fiction writer Dr. Pratibha Ray’s husband Akshaya Chandra Ray passed away in Bhubaneswar today. He was 77. 

As per reports, Akshaya was undergoing treatment at a private hospital here due to prolonged illness. He was discharged from the hospital today but was readmitted to the hospital at around 4 pm as his condition deteriorated. 

Akshaya breathed his last while undergoing treatment at Apollo Hospital in Bhubaneswar. Akshaya Chandra Ray, a retired government engineer, was presently the publisher of Adya Prakashani. 

While a pall of gloom descended among the ardent readers’ of Ray, condolences kept pouring in social media from various sections and personalities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Berhampur,20/09/19:A youth sustained critical injuries during a clash between two groups on the premises of Berhampur University, today. 

The victim, identified as Debashish Mishra, a former student of the varsity, has been admitted to the MKCG Medical College and Hospital here for treatment. The clash was a fallout of alleged entry of non-students into the university, reports said. 

Tension was prevailing in the campus after the incident. Policemen have been deployed to avoid any untoward incident. Cops have detained two persons in this connection for questioning. 

Keeping in view of recent visit of Honable’President of India police deployed adequate force in Campus, as because of  the Airstrip inside the Bhanja Bihar Campus. 

Notably the varsity authorities have imposed a ban on the entry of non-students into the campus, the student leaders alleged that the authorities have failed to stop their frequent intrusions which has led to the clash.

 

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SHOULD WE BELIEVE ITS A POLITICAL MAGIC  (?) 

Berhampur,20/09/19:A youth sustained critical injuries during a clash between two groups on the premises of Berhampur University, today. 

The victim, identified as Debashish Mishra, a former student of the varsity, has been admitted to the MKCG Medical College and Hospital here for treatment. The clash was a fallout of alleged entry of non-students into the university, reports said. 

Tension was prevailing in the campus after the incident. Policemen have been deployed to avoid any untoward incident. Cops have detained two persons in this connection for questioning. 

Keeping in view of recent visit of Honable’President of India police deployed adequate force in Campus, as because of  the Airstrip inside the Bhanja Bihar Campus. 

Notably the varsity authorities have imposed a ban on the entry of non-students into the campus, the student leaders alleged that the authorities have failed to stop their frequent intrusions which has led to the clash.

 

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Talcher,20/09/19:With the objective of accelerating the national campaign against single use plastic, NTPC Talcher Kaniha is taking proactive measures in its township and adjoining areas. A team of NTPC Kaniha reached out to every shop in its township markets to create awareness on no-plastic use in order to make it a “plastic free zone”. To mobilise the campaign, cotton bags and pamphlets were also distributed to all shops and eateries in order to ensure steady implementation of the ban against plastic. 

Shop-sellers were keen to procure cotton bags for their daily business, however they were apprehensive about the lack of sensitivity on the issue among the public. The distribution of cotton bags was hailed as a great effort on behalf of NTPC to make sure that a healthier trend of reusing shopping bags continues in the future. 

In addition, NTPC Kaniha has conducted several activities in order to raise awareness regarding no single use plastic which includes elocution and talk by students. The station has reached out to local market committee members in the adjacent areas to sensitise them on cleanliness. Various publicity cloth banners along with digital displays have been displayed in plant and township areas to motivate employees and locals. 

 

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