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  1. Noting that Odisha has now become more than a 100 billion dollar economy, Finance Minister Bikram Keshari Arukha Thursday presented an Interim Budget of `18 lakh crore - for the first four months of the 2024- 25 fiscal - in the Assembly that aims at augmenting key sectors like infra, healthcare and education.

  2. A ‘White Paper’ versus ‘Black Paper’ battle erupted Thursday as the Centre and the Congress unveiled documents and crossed swords over the handling of the economy during the nearly 10 years of the BJP-led NDA rule and the previous 10-year tenure of the Congress-led UPA government.

  3. Shiv Sena (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray) leader Abhishek Ghosalkar was shot dead during a Facebook live by local social activist Mauris Noronha in Mumbai, Thursday, police said, adding that Noronha also ended his life by shooting self.

  4. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik virtually flagged off a pilgrimage train carrying senior citizens under the Baristha Nagarika Tirtha Yatra Yojana (BNTYY) from the railway station here, Thursday.

  5. The state government has set an ambitious target for transformation of 1,858 healthcare facilities within a period of five years with an investment of `3,389 crore. An outlay of `1,314 crore has been proposed for the purpose in the Budget for 2024-25, Finance Minister Bikram Keshari Arukha said.

  6. At least 60 migrant labourers from Odisha have died while working outside the state since 2018, the Assembly was informed Thursday.

  7. Excise department sleuths Thursday claimed to have busted an interstate drug syndicate by arresting five men and seized 30 kg marijuana from their possession.

  8. The formal notification for election to the three Rajya Sabha seats in Odisha was issued Thursday, marking the beginning of the process for filing of nominations. As per the notification, the polling will be held February 27 between 9am and 4pm in Odisha Assembly premises.

  9. 15 tourists from West Bengal suffered injuries when the bus they were travelling in met with an accident on NH-60 in Balasore district Thursday, police said.

  10. Noida Police Thursday stepped up security along its borders with Delhi as thousands of farmers from around 100 villages took to the streets seeking hiked compensation and made an unsuccessful bid to march towards Parliament.

  11. Metro Rail Corporation Thursday announced `25 lakh in compensation for the family of 53- year-old man who died after a portion of the Gokulpuri Metro Station on the Pink Line in northeast Delhi collapsed, official statement said.

  12. The Delhi government’s Public Works Department (PWD) has issued a notice to Larsen and Toubro (L&T) over alleged “glaring infirmities” in the Pragati Maidan tunnel project while demanding a “token amount” of `500 crore from the firm and directing it to immediately initiate repair work.

  13. India’s space regulator IN-SPACe Thursday said about 30 space launches, including seven by private startups Skyroot and Agnikul, are scheduled in the fourth quarter of 2023-24 and the next fiscal.

  14. Union Home Minister Amit Shah Thursday said the Centre has decided to scrap the India-Myanmar Free Movement Regime (FMR) to maintain the country's internal security and demographic structure of the northeastern states.

  15. Cold wave conditions prevailed over several regions in north India Thursday with Kashmir shivering at sub-zero temperature and Himachal Pradesh witnessing heavy snowfall and landslides that blocked more than 250 roads.

  16. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak joked that the leader of the opposition Labour Party could not define what a woman was, during a parliamentary exchange Wednesday that the mother of a murdered transgender girl had been invited to watch.

  17. The Reserve Bank of India Thursday decided to keep policy rate unchanged for the sixth time in a row in view of global uncertainty and the need to bring down retail inflation to 4 per cent.

  18. The Maharashtra government on Thursday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with search engine giant Google to utilize Artificial Intelligence for solutions in sectors like agriculture, healthcare and education.

  19.  Accused of rape under the stringent POCSO act, Arjuna award-winning Indian hockey player Varun Kumar has withdrawn from the FIH Pro League in Bhubaneswar to explore his legal options against the allegation, which he described as a “calculated attempt to extort money” from him.

  20. The Madras High Court on Thursday dismissed a petition filed by state BJP President K Annamalai to cancel the summons issued to him in a hate speech case.

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