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  1. India fired on all cylinders in what was supposed to be war minus the shooting, blowing away arch-rivals Pakistan by seven wickets in a World Cup face-off that ended in a damp squib after causing unbridled hysteria and logistical hassles.
  2. Amid demands for opening of the ‘Ratna Bhandar' of the Puri Jagannath temple and making an inventory of the valuables stored there, the shrine authorities Saturday claimed that the treasure chest of the Lord is safe.
  3. The Central government has notified August 23, the day Chandrayaan-3 made a soft landing on the moon, as National Space Day.
  4. The Similipal National Park in Mayurbhanj district reopened for visitors Saturday, after remaining closed for four months due to monsoon, officials said. This year, the park was opened early instead of the usual November 1, they said. On the first day, 13 vehicles with 73 tourists entered the park
  5. To ensure the state’s energy security and expand green energy capacity, the Rural Electrification Corporation (REC) here signed three memoranda of understanding (MoUs) with prominent power enterprises Odisha Power Grid Corporation (OPGC), Avaada Energy, and ACME Solar, Saturday.
  6. Roughly 52 per cent of cervical cancer cases diagnosed between 2012 and 2015 survived, scientists have found after analysing data from Population Based Cancer Registries (PBCRs) across India.
  7. Accessibility challenges, lack of adequate infrastructure, information dissemination and varied fees taken from Mo Seva Kendra (MSK) pose a major challenge in farmer’s registration in the Krushak Odisha portal, revealed a recent study conducted by Atmashakti Trust, Odisha Shramajeebee Mancha, and Mahila Shramajeebee Mancha, Odisha
  8. Two students of Government ITI, Berhampur were honoured by the Central government in a programme organised at Delhi Friday.
  9. National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has sought for detailed reports from the Centre and Odisha government on snakebite deaths, preventive measures and provision of compensation to the victims’ families.
  10. In a series of letters to the Chief Ministers of Haryana and Punjab, Delhi Lt. Governor (L-G) VK Saxena has expressed his growing concerns about the alarming increase in air pollution in the national capital due to the burning of crop residue, known as ‘parali’, in the two neighbouring states.
  11. The CBI Saturday busted a fake passport racket involving officials and middlemen in West Bengal and Sikkim, and arrested two persons, including an official of Passport Laghu Seva Kendra in Gangtok, an agency spokesperson said.
  12. New Zealand’s centre-right National Party led by Christopher Luxon will form a new government with its preferred coalition party ACT, as Prime Minister Chris Hipkins conceded his Labour Party could not form a government after Saturday’s general election.
  13. Securitisation volume crossed the `1 lakh croremark in the second quarter of the current fiscal after a strong start in the June quarter.
  14. The Athletics Federation of India (AFI) will need a “couple of more days” to decide on making a formal bid for hosting the World Athletics Championships in 2027, said its president Adille Sumariwalla here Saturday.
  15. Their campaign back on track after the humiliating loss in the opener, title holders England would look for a dominating all-round effort against a battered Afghanistan in the World Cup here Sunday, with eyes firmly set on bettering their net run rate.

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