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  1. In order to ascertain the structural stability of Srimandir Ratnabhandar, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) will carry out laser scanning of the outer wall of the temple treasury November 28, Shree Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA) chief administrator Ranjan Das said here, Saturday

  2. Panic gripped Siliaribahara village under Dharambandha police limits in Nuapada district after a woman was killed in leopard attack Friday evening. A 5-year-old boy in neighbouring Kodapali village also had a close shave as villagers rescued him while being dragged by the animal into the jungle, Saturday evening.

  3. In a major announcement ahead of elections in five states this month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that his government has decided to extend the free ration scheme for the poor for five years..

  4. Asserting that the judgment of a court cannot be ‘directly overruled’, Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud Saturday said the legislature can exercise the option of enacting a fresh law to ‘cure’ deficiency in a judicial order.

  5. The Capital Foundation Society Saturday conferred Silpi Sahoo, chairperson of SAI International Education Group, with Prativa Patnaik Woman Achiever Award in recognition of her remarkable achievements in school administration and profound contribution to transformative education.

  6. Keeping in view the rise in vector-borne disease cases like Dengue and Malaria, the state government Saturday directed all chief district medical and public health officers (CMDs and PHOs) to make the hospital premises mosquito free.

  7. To foster a stronger connection with all its employees, TP Central Odisha Distribution Limited (TPCODL) launched a month-long celebrations ‘Quality MonthNovember 2023’.

  8. Gopalpur MLA Pradeep Panigrahi, former IFS officer Abhay Kant Pathak and his son Akash Pathak Saturday appeared before a Berhampur court in connection with fraud committed on the pretext of giving employment to aspiring youths in Tata Company.

  9. The monthlong ‘Parab-2023’, the annual cultural extravaganza of tribaldominated Koraput district showcasing the best of tribal art and culture, commenced in a vibrant and traditional manner at Borigumma.

  10. ISRO chairman S Somanath Saturday said he was withdrawing from the publishing of his upcoming autobiography, after a controversy erupted over some of his alleged critical remarks about his predecessor K Sivan in the book.

  11. A Bharatiya Janata Party leader was killed Saturday in Narayanpur district in poll-bound Chhattisgarh allegedly by Naxalites, a police official said.

  12. As the country's financial capital gasps for breath and grapples with very poor air quality, and four out of five Mumbai families having at least one person suffering for sore throat, cough, burning eyes, the authorities are waking from their sleep slumber.

  13. Goalkeeper HS Mohith made a crucial save in the penalty shootout as the Indian junior hockey team edged arch-rivals Pakistan 6-5 to bag the bronze medal at the Sultan of Johar Cup, here Saturday.

  14. West Bengal Governor C V Ananda Bose on Saturday returned four complimentary tickets for the highly-anticipated cricket world cup match here between India and South Africa, following allegations of black marketing, a Raj Bhavan official said.

  15. After a massive 6.4-magnitude earthquake jolted Nepal, claimed 132 lives and several injured, India has released an emergency contact number for Indians who require urgent assistance.

  16. Former Rajasthan chief minister and BJP leader Vasundhara Raje on Saturday filed her nomination from Jhalrapatan seat in Jhalawar and brushed away speculation of her retirement, saying "I am not going anywhere."

  17. Delhi Minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Saurabh Bharadwaj alleged on Saturday that the BJP has made a U-turn on its stand on caste census but has not stated that the caste-based survey done by the Bihar government was a step in the right direction.

  18. ISRO chairman S Somanath said he will no longer publish his autobiography after a controversy over some of his allegedly critical remarks about his predecessor K Sivan in the book.

  19. A Delhi court on Saturday granted the city police time till November 17 to respond to the bail application of NewsClick human resources department head Amit Chakravarty in a case lodged under anti-terror law UAPA over allegations that the news portal

  20. Doctors from AIIMS Delhi have successfully extracted a needle embedded in the left lung of a seven-year-old boy using a magnet, the hospital said on Saturday.

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