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IIT BHUBANESWAR – Riding on Technology Edge in COVID-19 Crisis

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Bhubaneswar:24/3/20:  The ongoing outbreak of Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19) globally is a matter of high concern. In India too, the concern is raised with the identification of a number of positive cases and also three causalities have been identified across the country. Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar is committed to the health and welfare of its students and campsites and ...

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Noted music director Bachchu Mukherjee breathed his last

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Mayurbhanj:16/3/20: Noted music director Bachchu Mukherjee breathed his last at PRM Medical College and Hospital here. He was 62. According to sources, Mukherjee complained of chest pain last night following which his family members admitted him to PRM Medical College and Hospital where he was declared brought dead.Mukherjee has penned a numbers of hit songs for films such as Katha Rahi Jeba ...

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Total number of deaths due to COVID-19 across India is 9.

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New Delhi:24/3/20: A total number of confirmed coronavirus disease (COVID-2019) cases across India is 451 including 41 foreign nationals by 8.45 am today, according to Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare report. Total number of deaths due to COVID-19 across India is 9.

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Odisha government decided to put the entire state under lock down from midnight today

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Bhubaneswar: 24/3/20:To fight the coronavirus in an effective manner by enforcing social distancing, the Odisha government decided to put the entire state under lockdown from midnight today. This was informed by Odisha Government’s COVID-19 Spokesperson Subroto Bagchi today.The lockdown, starting from midnight will remain in force till March 29.The populace of the state has been earlier warned that police will act ...

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Odisha Chief Minister appealed the people to donate generously to CMRF to provide humanitarian help to the COVID-19 affected people

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Bhubaneswar:23/3/20: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Monday appealed the people to donate generously to CMRF to provide humanitarian help to the COVID-19 affected people. Naveen Patnaik also donated his 3 months salary to Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF). “Extraordinary circumstance demands extraordinary response. Covid 19 has created a great challenge for the entire world. It requires a lot of funds ...

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All Intra-State, City Bus Services Suspended In Odisha to protect COVID-19

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Bhubaneswar:23/3/20 Taking up stricter social distancing and isolation measures to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, the Odisha Government today suspended all intra-state bus services from tomorrow. With this, intra-state buses will stay off roads till further orders with effect from March 24. Besides, city bus services in all urban local bodies (ULBs) in the entire state will be suspended ...

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People engaged in emergency services Should Obtain Passes

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Bhubaneswar: 23/3/20:People engaged in emergency services, who have to work from the office, are exempted from the lockdown and they need to get names & vehicles registered through their seniors at the local police station to obtain passes from the Home department. This was informed by Bhubaneswar-Cuttack Police Commissioner Sudhanshu Sarangi here today. The Twin City Police Commissioner said, “In ...

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Canada becomes first country to withdraw from 2020 Tokyo Olympic

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Tokyo:23/3/20:   The 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo have been thrown into further doubt after Canada became the first major country to withdraw. Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has admitted for the first time that the games could be postponed. Australia has said, it is clear the games cannot go ahead and told its athletes to prepare for 2021 ...

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Canada became the first major country to withdraw from 2020 Tokyo Olympic

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Tokyo;23/3/20:The 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo have been thrown into further doubt after Canada became the first major country to withdraw. Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has admitted for the first time that the games could be postponed. Australia has said, it is clear the games cannot go ahead and told its athletes to prepare for 2021 games. ...

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Deaths from the Corona virus pandemic have crossed 15,000 across the globe

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Newdelhi:23/3/20:Deaths from the Corona virus pandemic have crossed 15,000 across the globe, according to official figures. A total of 15,189 deaths have been recorded, the majority in Europe with 9,197 fatalities. Italy is the hardest-hit country with 5,476 deaths, followed by China where the virus first emerged last year with 3,270, and Spain with 2,182. With a total of 1,395 ...

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