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  1. As many as 126 tigers have died in India in 2021, as per the NTCA with the maximum tiger deaths recorded this year in Madhya Pradesh (44) followed by 26 deaths in Maharashtra and 14 in Karnataka.
  2. India's "R naught" value, which indicates the spread of coronavirus, is 1.22, the government said.
  3. The West Bengal government said on Thursday it is suspending all direct flights from the UK and those emanating from other high-risk countries from January 3, amid growing scare over the rise in number of Covid cases of the omicron variant.
  4. Congress' Screening Committee in its meeting on Wednesday decided to follow the 'one family, one ticket' formula for Uttarakhand Assembly polls in the state.
  5. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday inaugurated and laid foundation stones of projects worth over ₹ 17,500 crore in Haldwani ahead of the assembly elections in Uttarakhand.
  6. Kalicharan Maharaj, a Hindu religious leader from Maharashtra who insulted Mahatma Gandhi and praised his assassin, Nathuram Godse, has been arrested by the Chhattisgarh Police from Madhya Pradesh's Khajuraho and charged with sedition.
  7. The controversial law AFSPA that gives sweeping powers to security forces has been extended for another six months in Nagaland, where the army is conducting a court of inquiry into an ambush that went horribly wrong on December 4.
  8. Principal Secretary to School & Mass Education Department, Satyabrata Sahu said on Thursday by the end of 2022, targets have been set to incorporate ‘Mo School Abhiyan’ in 50,000 schools in Odisha.
  9. According to the decisions, Shree Mandir will remain closed for the visitors on December 31, January 1 and January 2 .ahead of the zero night and New Year’s Day celebrations.
  10. BJD legislator from Brajarajnagar, Kishore Kumar Mohanty passed away on Thursday evening at the age of 63.
  11.  State Election Commissioner Aditya Prasad Padhi said election symbols have been identified 15 symbols for ward members, 32 for Sarpanches and 19 for Panchayat Samiti members, and 19 for independent Zilla Parishad members.
  12. Dr. Gayatribala Panda has been chosen to be conferred with the ‘Mahuri Samman’ instituted by the literary magazine ‘Mahuri’ for 2021.
  13. The Odisha Cricket Association today announced a 20-member squad for U-16 Boy’s Vijay Merchant Trophy to be played at Guwahati from January 9. Odisha will play matches against Bengal, Assam, Tripura and Jharkhand in the tournament.
  14. The Nandankanan Zoo and State Botanical Garden will remain temporarily closed for visitors from December 30 to January 3 as a precautionary measure against spread of new Covid variant Omicron.
  15. A devotee today donated silver valuables weighing seven kilograms to Jagannath temple in Puri. The devotee identified as Subrat Rath, a resident of Baramunda in Bhubanesware has also donated Rs 5 lakh to the temple.
  16. From January 1, 2022, the people of Odisha will be able to apply for birth and death certificates online. This was informed by Health Department (Health Intelligence and Vital Statistics) Dr Ram Chandra Rout.
  17. Poet Hrushikesh Mallik will receive the Kendra Sahitya Akademi Award for his book ‘Sarijaithiba Apera’. Similarly, Digaraj Brahma and Debabrata Das will be conferred with Sahitya Akademi Bal Sahitya Puraskar 2021 (Odia) and Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar 2021 (Odia) for their books ‘Geeta Kahe Matir Katha’ and ‘Sparsha O Anya Galpa’, respectively.
  18. A woman was arrested under POCSO for marrying her 17-year-old student at Perambalur district of Tamil Nadu. The Perambalur police arrested the woman from her residence on Monday night.
  19. Hailing Nathuram Godse and speaking against Mahatma Gandhi proved costlier for Kalicharan Maharaj as he was arrested by the Raipur Police in Madhya Pradesh today.
  20. The Pakistan Hindu Council (PHC) has invited a group of 250 pilgrims, including from India, to visit the country in an attempt to encourage “faith tourism”, Dawn news reported. The group will visit the shrine of Paramhans Ji Maharaaj, a saint who had died at Teri village, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Karak district in 1919.

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