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  1. The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended appointment of Justice Jaswant Singh as the Chief Justice of Orissa High Court. The collegium headed by Chief Justice UU Lalit took the decision in its meeting held September 28
  2. With an aim to help out students preparing for civil service examinations at state and national-levels, the state Cabinet Friday decided to change the pattern of Odisha Civil Services Examination at par with the civil services examination conducted by UPSC
  3. In Odisha Civil Services Examination as per the decision, out of total 2000 marks, 1750 is for written tests and 250 is for personality test. The written test includes Odia, English, Essay, General Studies-I, II, III, IV and Optional Subject Paper-I & Paper-II. All written test papers consist of 250 marks.
  4. The state Cabinet Friday approved a proposal to frame an omnibus rule, namely the Odisha Civil Services (Method of Examination in Odia Medium Language) Rules, 2022, in order to facilitate candidates to write answers in Odia language.
  5. In odisha 120 Odisha Secretariat Service Cadre posts have been created in addition to existing 359 posts.
  6. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch 5G services in India today in select cities. The service is expected to progressively cover the entire country over the next couple of years
  7. India on Friday reported 3,947 new coronavirus cases, taking the total number of cases to 4,45,87,307, the Health ministry said.
  8. Sitting beyond normal hours to hear the matters, the Supreme Court bench comprising Justices DY Chandrachud and Hima Kohli on Friday held the court till 9:10 pm, a day before the court goes for Dussehra vacation
  9. The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a plea that alleged that the design of the national emblem atop the new Parliament building violates the State Emblem of India (Prohibition Against Improper Use) Act, 2005.
  10. Prices of natural gas, which is used to generate electricity, make fertiliser and is converted into CNG to run automobiles, were on Friday hiked by a steep 40 per cent to record levels, in step with global firming up of energy rates.
  11. A venerable loyalist of the Gandhi family, Mapanna Mallikarjun Kharge joined the Congress's presidential contest on Friday, in a bid widely seen as aimed to help them retain their control on the party.
  12. The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a plea by a political party which claimed EVMs were "controlled" by some companies and not the Election Commission, saying the court is not a place where everybody walks in just to get "some publicity".
  13. ICARCentral Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture, Bhubaneswar has been ranked ninth among 93 agricultural research institutes in India.
  14. Three publications of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Research and Training Institute (SCSTRTI) were released by AB Ota, director, SCSTRTI Friday. The director released Adivasi Volume 62 Issue 1, the bi-annual journal of SCSTRTI which is one of the oldest in the country, dedicated to empirical research on tribal matters.
  15. Delhi government will start trial runs 26 new bus routes from October 2 with a fleet of 151 buses, according to an official order.
  16. Delhi Congress has filed a complaint against film director Ashok Pandit for allegedly spreading fake and distorted news about Rahul Gandh.
  17. Ukraine’s President says his country is submitting an “accelerated” application to join the NATO military alliance.
  18. The Reserve Bank of India Friday cut the economic growth projection for the current financial year to 7 per cent from 7.2 per cent estimated earlier on account of extended geopolitical tensions and aggressive monetary policy tightening globally.
  19. The central government’s fiscal deficit touched 32.6 per cent of the annual target in the current financial year till August as against 31.1 per cent recorded a year ago, according to official data released Friday.
  20. NASA said Friday it would try to launch its Moon mega-rocket in November, without committing to a precise date for the much-delayed Artemis 1 mission

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