TNI Evening News Headlines – October 25, 2020


Odisha News

👉 Bhubaneswar reports 122 new COVID-19 cases including 43 Quarantine and 79 local contact cases; taking the total positive cases to 28603 in the Capital City.

👉 254 Covid-19 patients have recovered from the disease in the Capital city in the last 24 hours.

👉 Odisha records 2716 Covid-19 Recoveries today including 586 from Khordha, 206 from Sundargarh, 201 from Anugul and 156 from Mayurbhanj. The total recovered cases of the State now stand at 254913.

👉 ICMR selects 19 institutes for third phase of clinical trials of Covaxin including IMS and SUM Hospital in Bhubaneswar.

👉 Final phase of human clinical trials of Covaxin will be conducted at a private hospital soon in Odisha.

👉 Ollywood suffers Rs 12 Cr loss due to the pandemic crisis.

👉 Monsoon set to withdraw Odisha in 24 hours.

👉 27.9 kg ganja seized in Gochhapada Tehsil of Kandhamal district.

Final phase of human clinical trials of Covaxin will be conducted at a private hospital soon in Odisha

India News

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👉 RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das tested positive for COVID-19; will continue to work from isolation.

👉 Earthquake of magnitude 3.6 struck near Gangtok in Sikkim at 12:06 pm.

👉 Portals of Badrinath Temple in Uttarakhand to be closed on 19th November for the winter season.

👉 Less than 1000 deaths have been continuously reported since the last one week: Ministry of Health.

👉 The national Covid-19 recovery rate has touched 90% today, active cases comprise merely 8.50%.

👉 Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) approves 12,983 weekly domestic flights in winter schedule.

👉 Veteran Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee’s condition very critical: Doctors.

👉 TV actor Preetika Chauhan arrested by NCB while buying drugs.

👉 IPL 2020: Chennai Super Kings beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by eight wickets.

👉 India cricket legend Kapil Dev discharged from Delhi hospital after angioplasty.

World News

👉 Bomb explosion leaves at least four dead and two injured in Quetta, Balochistan.

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