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  1. India's Covid curve showed marginal improvement on Tuesday as the country recorded 2,38,018 new cases -- 7 per cent lower than Monday's reported 2.58 lakh daily cases, according to the Health Ministry.
  2. Border Security Force (BSF) recovered three IEDS from a village of Malkangiri district on Tuesday. The three tiffin IEDS were recovered adjacent to the foot track connecting villages Sadaram and Bhajaguda.
  3. State Election Commission has initiated a probe into the auction of Sarpanch seat of Bileisarada Gram Panchayat in Balangir district on Tuesday.
  4. A Biju Janata Dal (BJD) delegation on Tuesday met State Election Commissioner Aditya Prasad Padhi and demanded the removal of all BJP led Central government’s hoardings, banners and posters across Odisha.
  5. As per the revised order, an ex-gratia of Rs 30 lakh will be provided to families of polling personnel who die due to any violent act of anti-socials in road mines, bomb blast, etc. The rate of ex-gratia compensation for death due to COVID-19 is Rs 30 lakh. Besides, Rs 15 lakh will be provided for death due to other reasons.
  6. Odisha’s Rourkela city is among the 15 cities of the world to win the 2021-2022 Global Mayors Challenge conducted by Bloomberg Philanthropies.
  7. Famous Bengali cartoonist Narayan Debnath passed away at a South Kolkata nursing home on Tuesday morning.  He was 96 years old.
  8. The Delhi High Court on Tuesday said there was "complete forgery of documents" by Uttar Pradesh police personnel who arrested two residents here without informing the local police and kept them in illegal custody for two days.
  9. Three naval personnel died of injuries caused by an explosion on board Indian Navy's destroyer ship INS Ranvir. "In an unfortunate incident today at Naval Dockyard Mumbai, three naval personnel succumbed to injuries caused by an explosion in an internal compartment onboard INS Ranvir," a Defence Ministry release said. No major material damage has been reported, it added.
  10. Billionaire Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries Limited is buying an Indian robotics startup as the conglomerate scales up automation across its businesses, from e-commerce to new energy.
  11. The annual Beating the Retreat ceremony, which takes place every year in Delhi on January 29, will have a show of nearly 1,000 drones by an IIT-Delhi-based startup to commemorate 75 years of the country's Independence, officials said.
  12. The Gujarat government has told the Supreme Court that it had so far sanctioned the compensation of ₹ 50,000 each to 68,370 claims filed by the family members of patients who died due to coronavirus infection in the state.
  13. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today announced Bhagwant Mann as its chief ministerial candidate for Punjab after a televote in which people were asked to phone in their choice.
  14. Odisha has informed the Supreme Court that not a single death due to starvation was reported in the state. However, there are 1,429 malnourished children of below five years in all districts of the state.
  15. The Supreme Court has told the Centre to give latest data on the number of people who died due to starvation in the country and frame a national model scheme to combat hunger.
  16. The State Election Commission Tuesday released a set of guidelines to be followed by the state government ministers and officials during the Republic Day celebrations this year.
  17. In a tragic incident, an elderly man died after falling into the basement of a residential apartment on the outskirts of Bhubaneswar through the lift passage, Tuesday.
  18. Former Engineer-in-Chief-cum-Works Secretary Dileep Chandra Panda passed away at a private hospital here Tuesday, family sources said. He was 93.
  19. Participating in an election meeting despite holding government posts proved costly for two officials as the State Election Commissioner (SEC) Tuesday directed for suspension of the duo from their services.
  20. At least five Naxals, including two woman, were killed in two separate encounters with security personnel in Sukma district and the forests along the Chhattisgarh-Telangana border Tuesday morning, police said.

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