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  1. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Saturday approved a proposal for setting up of a Police Recruitment Board (PRB) in Odisha.

  2. The Ministry of Railways has sanctioned construction of two new projects for Odisha – Bargarh Road to Nuapada Road via Padampur and Railway BG line between Talcher and Angul with ‘Y’ connection at Talcher— as special projects, an official said, Saturday.

  3. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik is likely to reshuffle his Cabinet Monday (May 22), official sources said. There are three vacancies in the state Cabinet, and the new ministers are likely to be inducted at a simple ceremony around 9.30am Monday at the Lok Seva Bhawan, they said.

  4. While the dark web – the hidden collective of internet sites accessible by a specialised web browser or authorisation – only comprises an estimated 5 per cent of the entire internet, it has 2.7 million daily users (as of April) and the volume of illegal activities being executed is alarming, a report has warned.

  5. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has seized around 2 kg gold along with cash and other incriminating material during raids at various commercial and residential properties belonging to two real estate firms in the City in connection with a loan fraud case.

  6. The Railways Ministry has sanctioned construction of two new railway line projects in Odisha including the Bargarh Road to Nuapada Road line via Padampur as Special Railway Project, for which both the Centre and state government had locked their horns during the Padampur by-election.

  7. Capital Region Urban Trust (CRUT) Saturday clarified that an empty ‘Mo Bus’ caught an unexpected fire at Space Chowk in Rourkela, Saturday morning while it was on the way to the depot for maintenance.

  8. The Union government’s move to withdraw `2,000 currency notes from circulation was a calculated move to cover up the drubbing the BJP faced in Karnataka assembly elections.

  9. Like other essential items and transport fuel, ethnic violence-hit Manipur is also facing an acute shortage of life-saving drugs.

  10.  More than Rs 2.31 crore in cash and one kg of gold was recovered from a locked almirah in the basement of Yojana Bhawan here, police said.

  11. Once a thriving and profitable vocation, clock and watchmakers in Srinagar today are living a life of penury with some even converting their repair shops into tea stalls to make ends me.

  12. The Indian Air Force (IAF) has temporarily grounded its fleet of around 50 MiG-21 fighter aircraft following the crash of one of the jets in Rajasthan's Hanumangarh nearly two weeks ago, people familiar with the matter said Saturday.

  13. Amid quality issues being raised globally for the cough syrups exported by Indian firms, the Centre is actively considering a proposal of testing drugs at government laboratories before they are dispatched to other countries.

  14. Retirement fund body EPFO added 13.40 lakh members on a net basis in March, taking the total addition to 1.39 crore in 2022-23, according to payroll data released Saturday. EPFO had added a total of 1.22 crore members on a net basis in 2021-22

  15. About 67 per cent of Indian enterprises are looking at outsourcing key areas of their security landscape to manage security service providers (MSSPs) in the next three years, according to a new IDC report.

  16. India has recorded 756 new coronavirus infections, while the active cases have dipped to 8,115 from 8,675, according to the Union Health Ministry data updated on Sunday.

  17. Delhi Services Minister Saurabh Bharadwaj has submitted a complaint to police accusing Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar of issuing a death threat to him, officials said on Saturday.

  18. The Dalai Lama on Saturday congratulated Mr Siddaramaiah on becoming the Chief Minister of Karnataka for the second time.

  19. Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Saturday said the Assembly session will be convened for three days from May 22, during which the newly elected MLAs will be administered oath, and a new Speaker will be elected.

  20. The CBI questioned former Mumbai NCB chief Sameer Wankhede for more than five hours in a case in which he is accused of demanding a ₹ 25 crore bribe from superstar Shah Rukh Khan for not implicating his son Aryan in a drug case, officials said

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