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  1. Emergency workers uncovered hundreds of bodies as they dug through the wreckage of Libya's eastern city of Derna Tuesday, and 10,000 people were reported still missing after floodwaters broke through dams and smashed through the city, washing away entire neighbourhoods.

  2. About 40 per cent of sitting MPs have criminal cases registered against them out of which 25 per cent have declared serious criminal cases under charges of murder, attempt to murder, kidnapping and crimes against women, according to poll rights body ADR

  3. Two deaths reported from Kerala's Kozhikode district were caused by Nipah virus, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said Tuesday

  4. The Supreme Court Tuesday sternly remarked that judicial work cannot be brought to a standstill, how unfortunate the incident might be, and issued notice to the president and secretary of Rayagada bar association for abstention of court work on account of death of an advocate.

  5. Manipur witnessed fresh violence Tuesday as unidentified armed men, suspected to be cadres of banned terror groups, attacked people from the tribal community, killing three of them in Kangpokpi district, officials said.

  6.  In a significant development, the Union government has allocated `2.4 crore for feasibility study of Jajpur Keonjhar-Dhamra Railway project.

  7. A fresh low-pressure area (Lopar) is brewing over the Bay of Bengal and due to it, heavy rains are likely in parts of Odisha till September 15, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said Tuesday

  8. During a high-level meeting to review the status of several industrial and infrastructure projects, the Chief Minister Office (CMO) Tuesday decided to explore alternative options for utilising industrial land lying vacant in state to set up projects that will generate employment.

  9. Odisha Starup Yatra embarked on a journey from Khurda with enthusiastic participation from the more than 1,500 students. During the occasion, a total of 107 innovative ideas were generated from across 15 colleges. The Yatra has laid solid foundation to materialising state government’s ambition of creating 5,000 startups by 2025.

  10. BJD vice-president Soumya Ranjan Patnaik was removed from his post Tuesday, for allegedly writing critical editorials about the government in an Odia daily. The party has, however, not cited any reason for removing him from the post.

  11. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Tuesday left for a 12-day tour of Spain and United Arab Emirates to seek investments for the state.

  12. The Supreme Court Tuesday referred to a constitution bench of at least five judges a batch of pleas challenging the constitutional validity of the IPC provision on sedition, a month after the Centre introduced in Parliament bills to replace the colonial-era penal statutes IPC, CrPC and the Evidence Act, proposing among other things the repeal of the sedition law.

  13. TMC MP and actor Nusrat Jahan was Tuesday grilled by Enforcement Directorate (ED) sleuths for nearly six hours at its office in a case linked to alleged duping of senior citizens by promising them flats in New Town area here, a senior official of the probe body said.

  14. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived in Russia Tuesday where he is expected to hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Russia’s far east amid warnings from the US and South Korea against a potential arms transfer.

  15. India's road transport minister Tuesday said he will propose an additional 10% tax on diesel vehicles and warned automakers of even higher levies to come to force them away from dieselburners and cut fuel emissions and pollution.

  16. ReRetail inflation declined to 6.83 per cent in August after touching a 15- month high of 7.44 per cent in July, mainly due to softening prices of vegetables, but still remains above the Reserve Bank's comfort zone

  17. Russian companies have ceased offering fertiliser such as di-ammonium phosphate (DAP) to India at discounted prices due to tightening global supplies after becoming the biggest suppliers to the country last year, three industry sources told Reuters.

  18. The RBI Tuesday issued revised norms for classification, valuation, and operation of investment portfolios of commercial banks, aligning them with global standards and best practices.

  19. Seasoned umpire Raghu Prasad is the lone Indian match official selected by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) for the Paris Olympic Games 2024. The FIH confirmed Tuesday the names of the technical delegates, officials, umpire managers, umpires and medical officers who have been appointed to the Paris Olympic Games

  20. Aahan of Odisha won a double crown in the 3rd Ganeswar Memorial AITA-OTA All India Super Series U-12 and U-14 ranking tennis tournament, which ended here recently. The tournament was conducted at the Kalinga Stadium tennis complex in the Odisha capital.

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