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  1. Plus 2 offline examination will begin begin from October 1, informed conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE)
  2. After Malkangiri and Kalahandi, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today launched distribution of smart health card under Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana (BSKY) to beneficiaries in Sundargarh district.
  3. On Sept 20 A Mumbai court on Tuesday allowed actor Kangana Ranaut's plea seeking exemption from personal appearance for the day in a criminal defamation complaint filed by lyricist Javed Akhtar, and said it will issue a warrant against her if she fails to appear on the next date of hearing on September 20.
  4. The wholesale price-based inflation rose marginally to 11.39 per cent in August, mainly due to higher prices of manufactured goods, even as prices of food articles softened.
  5. Odisha is in news again though for wrong reasons as the rate of crimes against women in 2020 is stated to be the highest in the country. This was revealed by the annual report released by National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) Tuesday which pegged the overall crime rate against women at 112.9 for 2020.
  6. Odisha State Open University (OSOU) Tuesday opened a study centre for the inmates of Jharpada Jail here. At least 15 inmates of the jail are studying in different subjects under the OSOU. They will be provided free education at the newly-opened study centre, OSOU sources said
  7. Russian President Vladimir Putin is self-isolating as a precaution after several members of his entourage fell ill with Covid-19, but is “absolutely” healthy and does not have the disease himself, the Kremlin said Tuesday.
  8. Online food delivery major Zomato’s Cofounder Gaurav Gupta has resigned from the company after a six-year stint.
  9. The gross nonperforming assets (GNPAs) of banks are expected to cross `10 lakh crore by March 2022, an ASSOCHAMCrisil joint study had said.
  10. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress (TMC) on Tuesday named Sushmita Dev as its candidate for bypoll to a Rajya Sabha seat in the state.The seat fell vacant after Manas Bhunia quit the Rajya Sabha after winning the West Bengal Assembly polls from Sabang in Paschim Medinipur.
  11. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal-led government has announced to provide financial assistance up to Rs 50,000 and a rebate of 10 percent on water bills to encourage the people to install rooftop rainwater harvesting systems.The Delhi Jal Board in a statement said the city government has extended the last date for the implementation of the Rainwater Harvesting (RWH) provisions till December 31, 2021.
  12. While referring to the recent cycle of appointments of Chief Ministers, Union Road Transport and Highways Minister, Nitin Gadkari said no one is happy with their position and wants to do better, he added that politics is an instrument to bring about social & economic change. 
  13. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the United Nations General Assembly in New York on September 25.
  14. The Madras High Court has dismissed a notification from the central government, fixing 120 kmph as the speed limit for vehicles plying on highways.
  15. The applications developed by the AIIMS have been named Shaksham and Disha respectively. The apps have been designed to deal with severe mental illness for patients suffering from chronic mental health illness and also for those who got the first episodes of such symptoms
  16. Ministry of Home Affairs has informed that the last date for filing nominations for Padma Awards is on Wednesday.
  17. The cumulative coronavirus cases in India increased to 3,32,89,579 with 25,404 new infections on Tuesday, while the death count climbed to 4,43,213 as 339 more deaths due to the infection were recorded yesterday, according to Union health ministry.
  18. Nagaland wants an amicable settlement of the long standing inter-state border dispute with Assam and has entrusted its border affairs department to work out modalities for discussions with the government of the neighbouring state.
  19. "Ramcharitmanas" of Tulsidas will be part of the curriculum for undergraduate students in Madhya Pradesh and students of engineering will have to learn about Ramsetu -- which many in the right wing considers a feat of engineering.
  20. Misbehaviour with tourists will now be a cognisable offence in Rajasthan and a non-bailable one if repeated.

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