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Today's Odisha News

Today's Odisha News Alert 

1.Gold Price in Bhubaneswar, Odisha

gold price in bhubaneswar
Gold Price in Bhubaneswar,Odisha

Today's gold price was Rs 51,730 for a 10 gram of 24 carats in the State Capital City Bhubaneswar. On February 4, the price of 24 carats was Rs 49,650 for 10 grams. This is the same price as the gold price for 22 carats, which has increased from Rs 44 800 to Rs 46 130 over the past 15 days.

The silver price has remained static at Rs 65,000/kg.

2.Odisha PET 2019 Main Exam will be conducted on March 2, 2022

The 2019 Odisha Physical Education Teacher Main Exam will be held on March 2, 2022. Yesterday, February 22, 2019, Odisha PET's 2019 Main Exam date was announced through an official notice. The Odisha PET admit cards 2019 will be released by OSSC on February 25. The admit cards for the exam can be downloaded from the official website

3.BHUBANESWAR News- On Monday, the Chief Minister of Odisha Naveen Patnaik met with the Indian women's and men's hockey teams at Kalinga Stadium. He wished them good luck for the upcoming home leg in the FIH Hockey Pro League.

Spain will be facing the India men's soccer team on February 26th and 27th.

On Monday, the Spanish men's soccer team arrived in India ahead of their two-legged Pro League tie with India.

4.On Monday, Odisha government issued orders for compulsory retirement to a senior officer in police who was recently charged with corruption. This is the Odisha government's 152nd dismissal since 2019.

Trinath Mishra (additional superintendent of police communications), was fired from service on Monday. He was accused of accumulating assets in excess of Rs9 crore, which is disproportionate to his income sources.

5. Odisha Weather Forecast News

The Meteorological Centre in Bhubaneswar predicted rains over many districts of Odisha starting February 24, according to Tuesday's prediction.

According to the weather department, light to moderate thundershower or rain is likely to fall at one or two locations in the districts Bargarh and Jharsuguda. This will also affect the districts of Sambalpur, Sambalpur, Deogarh and Keonjhar. Dry weather is likely to prevail over all other districts of Odisha between 8.30 AM on February 24th to 8.30AM on February 25th.

Violators will face a Rs 7,000 fine. It will be reduced to Rs. 2,000 if the driver presents his/her Driving License when paying the fine.

According to reports, the maximum vehicle speed limit on Bhubaneswar roads is 50 Kph. Anything more than that will be considered excessive speeding. Odisha News Headlines

Odisha Government Scheme for 6-12 Grades Girls students

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