Achievers News Bureau:- A major fire broke out at the City Centre mall in south Mumbai on Thursday (October 22) night. According to a fire brigade official, the blaze at the mall erupted at around 8:53 pm on Thursday even when almost 200-300 people were present inside the premises. At least 20 fire engines and seven jetties were engaged in the operation to douse the flames on the ground plus four-storey mall, the official said. According to reports, a fireman received burn injuries during the operation and was immediately rushed…
Achievers News Bureau (23/10):- After over a decade of planning, a NASA spacecraft made history after it successfully touched an asteroid to collect dust and pebbles from its surface. The Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) spacecraft unfurled its robotic arm on Tuesday in an attempt to collect the sample from asteroid Bennu, which is currently more than 321 million kilometres from Earth, NASA said. Click Here To See This Video:- NASA Makes 1st Touchdown On Asteroid
Achievers News- Out of the 150 new Covid-19 positive cases reported in Cuttack district today, 67 are from Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC) area.According to the update on Covid-19 shared by CMC, the city as on date has a total of 14,350 positive cases out of that 864 are activecases.Similarly, 66 Covid patients have recovered from the disease in the city yesterday. The total tally of recovered patients in thecity stands at 13,420.
Achievers News- Bhubaneswar: The India Meteorological Department on Thursday issued an orange warning for heavy to very heavy rainfall at one or two places in six coastal districts of Odisha under the influence of a well-marked low-pressure. In a morning bulletin, the IMD said that well-marked low pressure lying over the north-west and adjoining the west-central Bay of Bengal off the south Odisha and north Andhra Pradesh coasts is very likely to concentrate into a depression within 12 hours and further into a deep depression during the subsequent 24 hours.
Achievers News- Bhubaneswar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his recent address to the nation urged people to not their guard during the puja festivities as the lockdown may have ended but the virus is still there. Even though detection of new cases may have begun the downward decline, the celebrations in most pandals have gone virtual. The Durga Puja celebrations which start from Sasthi (October 22) and comes to an end on Dashami (October 26). The pandal associations have been asked to keep the festivities at a bare minimum, the…
Achievers News- The twin cities of Cuttack and Bhubaneswar brace for intermittent rain, thundershower with one or two spellsof moderate rain on Thursday, said regional Meteorological Centre here.The Nowcast Warning also warned oftemporary traffic congestion, poor visibility due to intense spells, slippery road and waterlogging in low-lyingareas and underpass roads. The MeT Centre suggested making arrangements to drain water and mind manholes anduncovered electric wires while walking in Cuttack and Bhubaneswar.
Achievers News- Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday announced to contribute Rs 5 crore for relief efforts in flood-hit Hyderabadand parts of Telangana.“Hon CM Sri Naveen Patnaik announced a contribution of Rs 5 crore towards relief efforts post floods inHyderabad/parts of Telangana as a gesture from people of Odisha,” tweeted chief secretary Asit Tripathy.About 70 people died dueto heavy rains and flash floods in Hyderabad and other parts of Telangana.In a preliminary estimate, the government pegged thelosses at over Rs 5,000 crore caused due to rains and floods.
Achievers News- India’s coronavirus count has touched 77.06 with a jump of 55,839 cases in the last 24 hours, government data shows. 702deaths in the last 24 hours have pushed the total death count to 1,16,616. 68,74,518 people in the country have recoveredsince the beginning of the pandemic. The country has been reporting a steady decline in its daily coronavirus infectionsafter reaching a peak of about 90,000 cases a day in September. India, which reported its first case on January 30, is thesecond worst-hit country in the world by the…
Achievers News- Ambulance service was launched after decades in the ‘Swabhiman Anchal’, which is considered as a Maoist stronghold,of Malkangiri district.The service will benefit more than 20,000 people from five panchayats as for years, people inthe area were forced to travel by launch or motorboat for their treatment.
Achievers News- Indian Army flood relief teams have once again been put on standby in Hyderabad and Secunderabad for anticipated rescueoperations of people due to heavy rains forecast for the next few days.The Indian Army said on Tuesday that the teams werekept on standby on request of the state government.Nine flood relief teams with boats are on standby to be launchedimmediately on requirement. Additional teams and boats will be sent as per the situation, a defence release said.