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  1. Andhra Pradesh Governor Biswa Bhusan Harichandan has been conferred with the ‘Kalinga Ratna’ award.  The ‘Kalinga Ratna’ award carried a silver statuette of Goddess Saraswati and a copper plaque by the Sarala Sahitya Sansad.
  2. Election Commission data on Saturday shows that Nandigram registered a polling percentage of 88.01 while over one-fourth of the booths registered a polling percentage above 90.
  3. The cumulative number of COVID19 vaccine doses administered in the country has crossed 7.3 crore mark on 3rd april 21
  4. Night Curfew shall be in force from April 5 in Sundargarh, Jharsuguda, Sambalpur, Bargarh, Bolangir, Nuapada, Kalahandi, Nawrangpur, Koraput and Malkangiri districts till further orders.
  5. Three senior BJP MLAs - Jayanarayan Mishra, Mohan Majhi and Bishnu Sethy have been suspended from the ongoing Assembly session for allegedly hurling shoes at the Speaker.
  6. A central team on Saturday reviewed the infrastructures at the NTPC medical college and hospital in Sundergarh for setting up the State’s second All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).
  7. Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday asked universities and educational institutions in the country to equip students with requisite skills of the 21st century so that they can emerge as job creators and not as mere job seekers.
  8. Adani Enterprises on Friday said it has won a Rs 1,169.10 crore highway project in Odisha from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI).
  9. All educational institutions, including schools, colleges and universities, will remain shut in Himachal Pradesh till 15 April, the state administration ordered on Saturday.
  10. IIT Madras aims to garner around ₹800 crore more for deep impact research in areas ranging from ocean science to port technology to defence-related research
  11. 'Journalists have supported the fight against the pandemic as frontline workers for communication, spreading awareness and giving out correct information,' the Uttarakhand government said in a statement
  12. To manage passenger traffic amid the Covid-19 surge, the Indian Railways has decided to not let any trains stop at Haridwar railway station between 11 April and 14 April.
  13. India on Saturday recorded 89,129 new COVID-19 cases in a day, the highest daily rise in around six-and-half-months, taking the nationwide tally of infections to over 1.23 crore, according to the Union Health Ministry data on Saturday.
  14. The ongoing budget session of the Odisha Assembly on Saturday witnessed ugly scenes after shoes, microphones and other items were hurled at Speaker Surjya Narayan Patro's podium following noisy protests over the alleged arbitrary passage of some bill
  15. BP Kanungo has stepped down from the post of the deputy governor of Reserve Bank of India after his term ended on 2 April, cutting short all expectations of an extension of his tenure.
  16. NCP chief Sharad Pawar, who recently underwent a procedure for a gall bladder issue, was discharged from a hospital here on Saturday.
  17. Workers found an old  pot while digging a toilet tank at the house of Sodha village in the Dhamnagar block of Bhadrak district Odisha. Hundreds of silver coins found of 1800 ad British period.
  18. The Central Government has given policy approval to the installation of 422 ethanol projects in different states of the country.
  19. The Ganjam district magistrate issued a guideline on Danda Nachh. Only 25 devoteests are allowed in the Danda Nachaa
  20. Two blocks in the Ganjam  district Hinjalikatu and Shergarh, and four Pachanyat Badkhandi, Ramchandrapur, Adpada and Badborsingi Pachanyats have been honored with the National Pachanyat Award for their outstanding performance during the corona epidemic.

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