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  1. “We cannot kill a child,” the Supreme Court observed Thursday while hearing the Centre’s plea seeking recall of its order allowing a married woman— a mother of two – to terminate her 26-week pregnancy.

  2. The first batch of around 230 Indians are expected to return to India from Israel on a flight under Operation Ajay Friday morning, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said Thursday.

  3. With the highest child wasting rate of 18.7 per cent, India ranked 111th out of 125 countries in the Global Hunger Index (GHI) 2023 that was released Thursday even as the government rejected the report calling it a flawed measure of ‘hunger’ that does not reflect the country’s true position.

  4. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Thursday flagged off 36 buses in 111 panchayats of Malkangiri district as he launched the muchhyped ‘Location Accessible Multimodal Initiative’ (LAccMI) scheme which aims at establishing seamless public transport network from gram panchayat (GP) level to the state capital.

  5. The Odisha state government has asked its Agriculture and Forest departments to go for a massive mangrove and palm tree plantation drive in areas, which are vulnerable to natural calamities like cyclones, officials said Thursday.

  6. With temperature in Capital Bhubaneswar abnormally soaring to 36 degrees C Wednesday, which is four degrees above normal, weather watchers of the City have expressed concern over summerlike heat in October.

  7. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said that Odisha should lead the way in developing the roadmap for millets for next decade, both nationally and internationally.

  8. A sevenjudge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court Thursday said that it will decide appeals from Odisha challenging the validity of Section 5A of Orissa Sales Tax Act, 1947 after 29 years.

  9. Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma Thursday said that his government has not imposed any additional taxes on the people for implementing various welfare schemes.

  10. Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IITG) alumni-led startup Primary Healthtech Private Limited has developed an indigenous point-of-caretesting (POCT) device which is expected to test 25 parameters in blood to diagnose early chronic diseases related to kidney, liver, heart, and pancreas malfunctions.

  11. The Supreme Court Thursday reserved its verdict on a batch of petitions filed against the early release of convicts in the Bilkis Bano case by the Gujarat government.

  12. The Manipur government has prohibited the circulation of videos or images depicting violence and damage to properties to restore normalcy in the ethnic strife-torn state.

  13. India’s second largest IT services company Infosys Thursday reported a 3.1 per cent year-on-year rise in net profit to `6,215 crore for the September 2023 quarter.

  14. The Delhi High Court has permitted the lessors of then crisis-hit Go First to engage security personnel round-the-clock for protecting their aircraft that are lying idle for several months.

  15. Unaccounted cash to the tune of over ₹ 20 crore and 31.9 kg gold was seized at various places in Telangana after the model code of conduct came into force on October 9.

  16. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has provisionally attached immovable properties worth over ₹ 150 crore belonging to Vivekanand Shankar Patil, a four-time MLA from Panvel and his relatives in connection with a bank fraud case, officials said.

  17. The YSR Telangana Party will contest all 119 seats in next month's Assembly election, YS Sharmila said Thursday, putting an end to speculation her outfit will ally with the Congress to consolidate votes against the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi.

  18. The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs said no such tax has been imposed on Gangajal, used in puja and other ceremonies.

  19. Pragyan Prasant Sahu of Odisha had a splendid outing at the National Open Athletics Championships here Thursday as she secured gold medal in the women’s 100m hurdles event.

  20. After surpassing Chris Gayle’s record of most sixes in international cricket Wednesday, Indian captain Rohit Sharma said he has taken some inspiration from the ‘Universe Boss’ himself in his journey.

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