On the occasion of "Baisakhi Snan" in Kumbh, Niranjani Akhada sadhus took holy dip in river Ganga at Har Ki Pauri in Haridwar on April 14. Ghat was jam-packed, without paying heed to COVID SOPs. Haridwar remains heavily crowded, despite surge in COVID-19 cases.
With the surge in COVID-19 cases, East Coast Railway and Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation have set up six counters at Bhubaneswar Railway Station to check the passengers coming from other states. Director of Bhubaneswar Railway Station, Chittaranjan Nayak said, "BMC and East Coast Railway have taken initiative for the people coming from other states who had not done RT PCR test within 72 hours and has not taken doses of COVID vaccine are being registered here and passengers having symptoms are sent for quarantine and are being tracked taking their details."
Pandemic continues to haunt India. Country reported 1,84,372 new cases on April 14. Currently there are 13,65,704 active cases in the country. Total caseload of India mounted to 1,38,73,825. With 1,027 deaths reported in last 24 hours, death toll stood at 1,72,085. So far, 1,23,36,036 people recovered from the contagious disease. Vaccination drive is underway in the country, so far 11,11,79,578 vaccine doses have been administered across country.
A woman gave birth to rare conjoined twin daughters with two heads and three hands at a private hospital in Odisha’s Kendrapara district. The newborns were shifted to Shishu Bhawan in Cuttack immediately as their health deteriorated. The very rare conjoined twins were born to a poor farmer family. This is the second child of the woman. The newborn has two fully developed heads. Watch the full video for all the details.
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In a rare incident from Odisha's Kendrapara, a woman gave birth to conjoined twin daughters with two heads and three hands at a private hospital in Kanigaon on April 12. The newborns were shifted to Shishu Bhawan, Cuttack immediately as their health deteriorated.
Elephant calf rescued from 15 feet deep abandoned well with the help of heavy machine in Mayurbhanj district of Odisha on Apr 10.“The calf accidently fell in to the well last night while it was roaming. We were informed of the movement of the elephant and we immediately rushed to the spot and rescued with the help of local fire department. We have been keeping eye on the movement of the calf,” said Rabi Narayan Mohanty, Range Officer.
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