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  1. Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik laid the foundation stone of Excellence Centre for Odisha Adarsha Vidyalayas in Bhubaneswar through virtual mode on the occasion of the Teachers’ Day
  2. President of India Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday felicitated 44 selected teachers of the country with the prestigious National Teacher Award at a special function held virtually.
  3. Two teachers from Odisha- Ashok Satpathy (Bhadrak) and Ajit Kumar Sethy (Ganjam)- were honoured with the National Teachers Award, 2021.
  4. Silver sheets with intricate designs have been installed on the gigantic seven wooden doors-Jay Vijay Dwara, Beherana Dwara, Adi Nursinha temple, Bimala temple, Mahalaxmi temple and Sata Pahacha Dwara.
  5. The Taliban on Sunday pledged to guarantee the safety of humanitarian workers and aid access in Afghanistan in a meeting with the UN humanitarian chief in Kabul, a UN spokesman said.
  6. The leader of the Afghan opposition group resisting Taliban forces in the Panjshir valley north of Kabul said on Sunday he welcomed proposals from religious scholars for a negotiated settlement to end the fighting.
  7. The process of appointment of judges to high courts is through a well-established process where the HC collegium considers seniority, merit and all inputs received by the government, the Supreme Court has said while imposing a cost of Rs 5 lakh on an advocate for abusing the court proceedings by trying to stop the elevation of a judge.
  8. Thousands of farmers from Uttar Pradesh and neighbouring states on Sunday gathered at Muzaffarnagar for a Kisan mahapanchayat aimed at "saving the country", just months ahead of the crucial UP Assembly polls.


  1. The Inland Waterways Authority of India recently signed two MoUs to set up the northeast’s first ship repair facility at Pandu here and another for the smooth transport of large cargo vessels in Assam.Both the initiatives are part of a vision to improve the waterways for economic development and prosperity of Assam and the northeast.
  2. Over 50 BJP supporters hit the streets to protest against the  allocation of a room for offering namaz in state Assembly and burnt effigies of chief minister Hemant Soren
  3. Manoj Kumar Singh, a mathematics teacher from Jamshedpur, is the sole recipient from Jharkhand of the National Award to Teachers 2021
  4. Veteran trade union leader and Port Pensioners’ Association Paradip (PPAP) general secretary Parsuram Mallick passed away on Friday at 76.
  5. As many as 48,57,460 persons in the State are getting monthly pension and social assistance under the National Social Assistance (NSA) scheme. Among them are old aged, widow, Persons with disability, leprosies, AIDS patients, Single women, distressed, eunuchs and Covid orphans.
  6. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today launched “Kisan Mazdoor Khet Bachao Yatra” in Haryana to give more emphasis to the voice of the farmers agitating against the three agricultural laws introduced by the Central Government
  7. The Delhi Police Commissioner, Rakesh Asthana took the salute at the ‘Passing out Parade’ of newly inducted Constables held at Police Training College (PTC) in Delhi’s Jharoda Kalan.
  8. In a statement, Nepal’s Home Ministry said that in the past few days, “the activities of chanting slogans, holding demonstrations and protest and burning effigies to tarnish the image of the neighbouring friendly nation’s prime minister has caught” its attention.
  9. India and Singapore on Saturday completed their three-day joint exercise at sea conducted at the southern edge of the South China Sea.The two countries did what was the 28th edition of Singapore-India Maritime Bilateral Exercise (SIMBEX).
  10. As the Supreme Court continues to function in a hybrid mode, a young girl has written to Chief Justice of India NV Ramana seeking to know about reopening of courts in view of reopening of schools. Her letter has been converted into a PIL to consider issues relating to reopening of courts for physical hearing.
  11. Maj Gen Niranjan Kumar Shrestha, Director General of Military Training and Doctrine of Nepal Army visited the Indian Military Academy (IMA), Dehradun, along with a high level delegation comprising nine members from different military establishments of the Nepalese Army.  
  12.  Former Union Health Secretary Keshav Desiraju passed away at a private hospital in Chennai due to acute coronary syndrome on Sunday. Keshav Desiraju is also the grandson of former President of India Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and his demise on "Teacher's Day", the day celebrated on the remembrance of his grandfather, has shocked his kin. He was 66. 

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