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Over one lakh students to become messenger of cleanliness under Mu Safaiwala’’ Programme in Odisha

Bhubaneswar, Nov11 (UNI) Over one lakh students will take pledge to be messengers
of cleanliness in the ``Mu Safaiwala’’ Programme by November 16 next.
Chief Minister Naveen Patanaik inaugurated the ``Mu Safaiwala’’ Programme on
October 2 last on the 150th birthday of the Father of the Nation and dedicated it to
the citizens of the capital city.
The pledges under the ``Mu Safaiwala’’ campaign, which will continue for 90 days,
is to make people aware not to use polythene, use of own bags for day-to-day life and
stop using single use plastic to make the environment cleaner, healthier and a better
place in the planet to live in.
Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation, the largest civic body of the state has targeted
to cover 194 schools including 134 private schools and 60 government schools under
the programme.
Under the programme a student can be a ‘’Mu Safaiwala’’ if he/she secures 80 out of
100 marks of the questions distributed by the BMC.
The campaign is designed to be executed in three phases starting from October 2 last
and will last for 90 days up till January 3, 2020.
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Covid cases reach 1450 in Manipur

09 Jul 2020 | 7:41 PM

Imphal, Jul 9 (UNI) The cumulative number of Covid 19 positive cases is 1,450 in Manipur.

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Assam BJP accuses Congress of spreading misinformation about COVID 19

09 Jul 2020 | 7:30 PM

Guwahati, Jul 9 (UNI) Assam state BJP today accused opposition Congress and other organizations in the state of spreading misinformation about the Coronavirus pandemic making the situation worse.

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Nagaland DC imposes prohibitory order to control COVID-19

09 Jul 2020 | 7:21 PM

Kohima, Jul 9 (UNI) The Deputy Commissioner of Mon district of Nagaland Thavaseelan K in exercise of the powers conferred upon section 144 of the criminal procedure code 1973, has passed order for imposition of 144 (2) Cr P C in the interest of public health, public safety and public order in Mon District to contain COVID-19. According to official sources today, the DC notified that Covid-19 positive case have been detected at the quarantine centre in Government High School of Phomching on July 7 last, it has become necessary to take all required precautionary steps to mitigate the possible spread of Covid-19 for public health, public safety and public order. Therefore in the interest of public health, public safety and public order in Mon District and in exercise of the powers conferred upon section 144 of the criminal procedure code 1973 the DC has passed order for exparte u/s 144 (2) Cr P C.

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Rise in COVID death toll for 3rd day as toll reaches 24 in Assam

09 Jul 2020 | 7:18 PM

Guwahati, Jul 9 (UNI) The death tally in COVID 19 continued to increase in Assam for the third successive day for the first time today as two more casualties pushed the overall figure to 24.

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