Tuesday 20 September 2022

44th FIDE Chess Olympiad Report



Information and Selection:

I got to know about the volunteering opportunity at the chess olympiad by ChessBase India YouTube channel's community post. Then I filled the Google form for selection on 30th April, 2022. I was shortlisted for virtual interview and it was scheduled on 26th May, 2022. The interview was taken by Prateek Mohan (Volunteers’ Head). After my interview was over, I thought I got selected for the volunteer program. But I didn’t get any response. I got disappointed. 

However, as everything is destined, on 13th of July I got to know that I was in the waiting list. Certain formalities such as submitting journey tickets, character certificate, passport details, etc. were necessary. I had uploaded every details on 15th July. And on the next day I got the selection letter from All India Chess Federation (AICF).

Journey to Chennai:

  Journey from Sambalpur Junction railway station 

I started my journey by train on 20th of July and reached there on 22nd July at about 12am. My train was running late and olympiad bus left me due to delayed arrival. Also Chennai was welcoming me with heavy rain. I had to book a cab to reach my hotel.

Accommodation and Training:

My accommodation was allotted at Mermaid resort. Accommodation facility was beyond my expectations. The resort is far from the city, full of natural scenarios, playgrounds, swimming pools, etc. There I attended Volunteers’ training programme for two days along with about 80 volunteers. 

  During the training session

 Basically we were trained for meet and greet, hospitality, communication etc. Our trainers engaged us by group activities, fun games and motivated to work as a team. We got olympiad souvenirs such as t-shirts, track pants, cap, badge, notepad, etc.           

Receiving volunteer’s training certificate       

Visit to the venue(Four Points by Sheraton Mahabalipuram Resort & Convention Center):

After the training programme, Jaikar sir took us to the venue. There we were motivated by the olympiad director Bharat Singh Chauhan and volunteers’ head Prateek Mohan. They told us that we are the pillars of the event. Then we helped in setting chess pieces , clocks and chairs. 

Hall 2 in making                                 

                    Faheem Sait(Master trainer) & Prateek Mohan

  Primary Role & Responsibilities:

I was in transport team (primary). On the next day, transport volunteers met to transport head Gurudayal Prajapati. He informed us about the work and the resources we have. There will be a protective security officer (PSO) with you. You have to contact with him for any issues. Motor vehicle inspectors (MVIs) will be there to provide vehicles for transport. He told that everything is planned and you have to just follow the instructions. He selected some team leaders under whom we have to work. I was allotted at Chennai international terminal for airport duty. There we received many players, arbiters, and FIDE congress delegates. On the first day we received less than 50 people. For next two days we received more than 500 people.

 Received Vishy sir at the airport 

 I assisted in transport of players and arbiters to their respective hotels. Where accommodation volunteers were there to help them in check-in. After three days, airport duty was over for some days. 

                               Dropped Australian players at their hotel                                   

  During shuttle service                                          

                                         Received Dr. Sanjay Kapoor (AICF President)

Opening ceremony:

On the opening ceremony I escorted the players and delegates from Netherland, Croatia, Greece and Spain to Jawaharlal Nehru indoor stadium, Chennai. There we enjoyed the cultural events followed by speeches of Thiru Siva. V. Meyyanathan (Tamilnadu Sports Minister), Shri Anurag Thakur(Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports of India), Arkady Dvorkovich(FIDE President), Thiru M. K. Stalin(Chief Minister of Tamilnadu), Shri Narendra Modi (Prime Minister of India). 

         Going to opening ceremony 

  Fusion of eight classical dances of India 

Our Prime Minister handshaking with FIDE President

During Game Days:

For next three days, I transferred plyers from Gokulam Park Sabari hotel to venue and bring them back to hotel. I coordinated with team members and P. Anitha(MVI) if everyone returned to the hotel safely or not. During the playing hours, I used to roam in expo area or activity area and rarely in food court. In front of food court, there was an open stage where India Rocks cultural festival was taking place sponsored by Tamilnadu tourism. There was a giant chess board which was a centre of attraction.

At Queen’s Pavilion       

8 year old girl Randa Sedar(Youngest player of the olympiad) playing with

Meyyappan. M(Volunteer)


Food Court

Media persons with giant chess pieces

When I joined to venue team:

I worked at venue by helping in setting players’ card, putting match pairings on to the notice board. Then I worked at store room where we packed chess sets, souvenir bags and helped in doing tally of the products. Before the last round of the olympiad, a group picture of volunteers was taken. I got to know that I have night shift airport duty for departure of players. So I visited the venue for the last time as I can’t attend the closing ceremony. 

On departure duty:

On 9th August, I was sent to domestic airport for departure of players. But there were more players at international terminal. So, we were called by Prateek sir to international terminal. We were giving instructions to players that they should be ready with their passports and tickets. 

Next day scene at domestic airport: 

There was long que of players at departure gate. S. L. Narayanan to me: “I am S. L. Narayanan and was playing for India team A at the chess olympiad. I am getting late to my flight. Please help me to get in.” He could have entered the que. Although he is one of the top chess players in India, he introduced himself and requested to get in. Such a man with simplicity. He entered the airport. Then Hari and Arjun came. We took a selfie with them.

     With Hari and Arjun 

Major Difficulties faced :

Sometimes we were in trouble due to lack of information such as unexpected arrivals and unexpected departures. Sometimes we lacked manpower as some volunteers got fever and their replacement was not done. Sometimes we have to do overduty if replacement team was not able to reach on time. After the opening ceremony, I was unable to find a lady player from Spain whom I escorted to the programme. Finding a person in the footfall of thousands was the major challenge I faced. However, I tried my level best to accomplish the assigned duties. Although I am an introvert person, I made some good friends there. I have taken fond memories from the olympiad.

I left Chennai on 11th August and seven days later I got a sum of 18,068₹(Stipend 10k + Bonus 5k + Traveling expenses) into my bank account. I learned to adopt to new teams and working environments. I interacted with many players while traveling. Everyone was praising about the event. In the very short time, India evolved as the best chess olympiad host country. This is really once in a lifetime experience for me.

With the Olympiad Director Bharat Singh Chauhan

           The volunteers team 


Sunday 28 August 2022

Happy National Sports Day

In India, we celebrate national sports day on the birth anniversary(29th August) of the hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand. On this day we remember the nation's sports heroes and champions. Their hardwork and dedication towards sports inspire us. We need to be healthy to live a happy and long life. Discipline, teamwork, sportsman spirit, leadership, etc. are the sports values which are the major components of success in life. The best investment is investment on our health. Sportspersons are the role model of many youngsters. 

Fit India Movement is the campaign run by the ‘Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports’ (MYAS) to aware people about the importance of being fit and healthy. If you are a sport enthusiast, you can join this dedicated WhatsApp group and share information regarding upcoming marathon, walkathon, cyclothon and other opportunities related to sports. 
Here I would like to promote a fitness app, Growfitter. Use the referral code "LAMBNNOG". This app basically counts steps. In activity section, you can walk, run or do cycling to earn an active day. You can join in challenges and win rewards.
Comment below which sport and how it has changed your life. 

Friday 31 December 2021

How to stay motivated

To keep growing in our respective fields we must stay motivated. Motivation must come from inside. It lasts for longer time than outside motivation. Our body has its own system to fight against diseases. But, sometimes we need medicine. Like this motivational speakers are the outer source of motivation. I used to see following YouTube channels. You might have seen also.

1- Sandeep Maheswari

2- Dr Vivek Bindra

3- Aman Dhattarwal

4- Amrut Deshmukh (The Booklet Guy)

5- Chetan Bhagat

6- Dr Ujjwal Patni

7- Rahul Bhatnagar

8- Abhi and Niyu

9- Harshvardhan Jain

10- TEDx Talks 

There are many more speakers on YouTube. Share your source of motivation in the comments section so that others also get benefited. 

Thursday 23 December 2021

Bird watching and Sanctuary visit


Today Wildlife Institute of India organized a bird watching and identification of visiting birds to Hirakud dam.  It's aim was to create interest in biodiversity assessment research among post graduate students. I participated in the programme along with my friends. Four interns from Wildlife Institute were first introduced us about bird watching. They are expert in their respective fields (flora,fauna,insects,reptiles). They shared their experiences of working in wildlife projects. They explained how some species work as environmental indicators, how birds migrate from one place to another(feeding and breeding), how some species migrate away from places with high human activities, how can we evaluate environmental condition of a particular area and mitigate the condition for proper functioning of the ecosystem. We discussed how dams and barrages are important for us. 

Then we went to Debrigarh wildlife sanctuary. This is the first time I visited a wildlife sanctuary. First they took us to visitors' orientation centre. There we watched some videos about the sanctuary and at last a video on rules and regulations of the sanctuary. Then we went for a jungle walk. They divided us into three groups. In our group, we were 14 students, a guide assisted by two rangers. 

Our guide is working on butterflies. He explained about the butteeflies we saw and how butterflies work as an environmental indicator. Their colours help them to dodge their predators. He described how wild animals counting is done. We saw poop of many wild animals. 

Poop of hyena (pen or coin is used to know size)
We walked 4-5 km and reached nature camp where visitors reside. Here boating facilities are available. After spending some time we returned to the main gate by bus. Our group has not encountered with any wild animal. We spent about three hours in jungle. We have not entered deep into the forest as we have limited time. However we got to know about many things. I memorized a line shown in an orientation video,  "Leave your footprints and go with memories ".

Sunday 14 November 2021

India International Science Festival 2021

 Good news for all science enthusiasts !

The seventh edition of India International Science Festival (IISF) is going to be held from 10th December to 13th of December in 2021 at Panaji,Goa. The Ministry of Earth Sciences, Ministry of S&T and Vijnana Bharati along with the Government of Goa are the organisers of IISF 2021. National Centre for Polar and Ocean Research (NCPOR) of Ministry of Earth Sciences, an institution situated in Goa, is the nodal agency to organise the IISF 2021.

This is an event which intensify the role of science in every sector. This helps to unite school children to professionals. It focuses on spreading science to every corner of our country. It's editions were going on well upto 2019. And as we know how COVID-19 affected our social life. Maintaining social distancing was the key weapon against COVID-19. So keeping COVID-19 in view, 6th edition of IISF was organized in online mode. Slowly and bit by bit normalcy is returning to life and big success in vaccination drive has raised the extent of confidence in folks to resume to routine work. Considering these factors IISF 2021 will be held in combined physical and virtual mode. As we are celebrating the seventy fifth year of Swatantrata all the programs can mirror the spirit and plan of Aazadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.

You can register for the event from the given link : https://www.scienceindiafest.org/

So don't miss the opportunity, share the message within your friends circle. 

I am also sharing a dedicated WhatsApp group link where like-minded people can join and plan for a meet at IISF. Kindly join below :


Thursday 11 November 2021

Examination Fear

 Today's experience at examination hall :

My midterm examination is going on. Today I was having my developmental biology paper. I reached exam hall just before it started. I found everybody sitting in their respective places. I took my seat and filled my credentials in answer sheet. Then we got questions. I felt like I knew nothing. I watched the questions for about ten minutes. I was not getting response from the brain. Scientific words were disappeared from my mind. However I started writing like hitting around the bush. Unnecessary thoughts about the result day were distracting me to concentrate on the paper. The exam ended like a bad dream. After exam I discussed some questions and found wrong. I felt guilty and came back to room. I have done my part and now I have to be ready to hear from the teacher. I have to balance myself. So I started to recall some good thoughts. There is a saying "this too shall pass". It helped me to get rid of the situation for some time. Sorrow decreases when it is shared with others.But it will take some more time to heal myself. 

I think it is a common psychological behavior and shown by all at certain time. We can minimize its expression but it's difficult to fully suppress it. 

Observable symptoms :

- Sweating 

- Increased heart beat 

- Nervousness 

- Vibration in the body 

Reading thoroughly everything just before the exam leads to a mixture of everything in the mind. Lack of proper preparation is a major cause behind it. It get worsen by overthinking about results during the exam. It is easy to come in a rank. But it is difficult to be consistent in that position. 

In my childhood, I used to worry about good marks. After 12th, I tried to cross the 50% marks. And now in PG, I bother only about passing the exams. However I am still struggling to improve. 

And inviting you all to the comment box, share how you cope with the exam fear.


Lambodar Padhan 

Friday 29 October 2021

The Realities of Being an Entrepreneur

 I feel I am seeing a set of dreamers who have urge to do something for the society. 

Entrepreneurship is not for weak hearted. You need to give up many things to being an entrepreneur. Great entrepreneurs give up great jobs.

Some questions you must ask yourself before choosing this path:

a) What you want to disrupt ?

b) Why you want to disrupt?

c) Why you are the right person for this?

To be an entrepreneur you need to be a team player. You have to unite a team of finance, governance, salesperson, etc. You need a capital to jump in to the market. Your consumer base should be defined. 

Entrepreneurs are driven by passion. They learn always and try to implement ideas in their company. They have faced many obstacles and their ideas failed many times. But these obstacles play the role of barriers. If there's no barrier, then it's easy to copy an idea and implement it to make money. 

Money is the outcome of the product or service. Entrepreneurs' sole aim is not just running behind the money. If you have a burning desire to be an entrepreneur, then find a gap and then address the gap. There is no full proof procedure to become an entrepreneur. You have to make your own path and go on.

Wishing you all the best 

Monday 7 June 2021

Stock Chit Chat

 Stock of the day - Dt:04/06/2021

Indiabulls Housing Finance Ltd.


This is today's graph. This is one of my best stock. I was having 50 shares that I sold at 226₹ previous friday. And I was happy. But what happened today was beyond my imagination. If I waited for another week then I would have earned a good return. 
However, I don't want to take risk. I measured the market overvalued as its graph is increasing amid this second wave of pandemic. 

Just see the difference:
Today's low-   227.75
Today's high- 272.75
Generally stocks decrease on friday. But this stock performed extraordinarily. I had placed sell order at 245₹ at about 2.40pm. It was at its day high at that time. 
And just after few minutes I saw it as only buyers. But still I was hoping that it will come down. Instead of coming down, it breaks upper circuit twice which happens very rarely. My heart beat rate was increasing. I was not able to exit my position as time crossed 3.20pm. For that I have to pay 59₹ extra charge. However, my position was exited with the loss of 905₹.
I am not an expert in stock market. But I am following this stock for more than a year. And my advice is whenever you get this stock near 200₹, buy it. You will get a very good return in long term. 

Invest and trade with Kite by Zerodha, India’s largest retail stockbroker. Open an account now. 

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Monday 10 May 2021

Wise use of words

 I had participated in an online competition organized by EG Pathshala. The competition was named as 'Wise use of words'. 

Rules :

- Write three sentences on COVID-19 using words starting with "C"

- Words should not be repeated 

It's result declared today. I got second position in this event. And I am very much glad to share what I had framed for this event.

1- Continuity in cold and cough are clue to COVID, compromising which can create casualty.

2- Choose or cultivate culture crucial to counteract COVID crisis and cease its compounding at any cost.

3- Be confident and courageous in this combat, rather than confusing, contribute to your community like a caring citizen with courtesy.

Photo by Polina Zimmerman from Pexels

Hope you liked it.




Lambodar Padhan 

Monday 19 April 2021

Is COVID really out of control ?

 The fight against COVID-19 is not over yet. It is becoming more dangerous with time. It is breaking its spreading record very fast. Death toll is rising daily. Researchers all over the world are trying to control it. Another chapter added to emerging health risks.

In future, it will be studied as one of the biggest conspiracy. 


1- Mutated strains are spreading faster and infecting to all age groups.

2- It is not feasible to test everyone on a daily basis. 

3- Although there are many questions on vaccines, it can't be made available to all (time taking process).

4- Lack of drugs and beds in hospitals. 

5- It is fatal for people with comorbidities.

6- Weekend shutdowns are ultimately leading to crowd in markets on previous day.

7- Again our economy is injured.

To Do

1- Follow all precautionary measures. 

2- Focus on diet rather than taking vitamin supplements (drink sufficient water, eat vitamin B,C rich fruits and vegetables)

3- Do light breathing exercises 

4- Share positive vibes in your circle 

This article will helpful to you👇

"What to do during lockdown "

Points to Remember 

1- Don't forward messages from unknown sources. 

2- Even if you are at home, ensure about circulation of air inside your room.

3- If you find any symptoms of COVID-19, isolate yourself. 

4- Don't be panic, be conscious.

Plus point is that our immune system is quite more efficient as we survived with the virus for more than a year. Although we don't know when the situation will improve, atleast we can do what is in our hand. We are physically distanced but socially connected. Let's hope for the best.


Lambodar Padhan 

Sunday 3 January 2021

Resolution 2021

 Although we suffered a lot I found best thing about 2020 is recovery of nature. It recovered itself to some extent due to lockdown(reduced human activity). I have not gone through COVID test. However I am safe till now. Hope you all are safe also. 

So we entered into 2021 according to Gregorian Calendar. New year celebration was over. When new year comes, many people make their resolutions. But very few people act upon it. First 2-3 days passes in wishing. I usually make resolution on my birthday. Let me share some with you people  :

1- I will do exercises daily to maintain good health. 

2- I will maintain a diary to record important events. 

3- I will plant trees.

4- I will increase my reading speed. 

5- I will increase my spiritual quotient(SQ).

6- I will strengthen my skills and learn some new skills. 

7- I will spend money wisely. 

8- I will try to help people by my initiatives.

9- I will visit 1-2 states.

10- I will increase my reader base.


The picture is showing countries of my readers.(source:Google)

I would like to thank all my readers .

I feel happy if you share your feedbacks and resolutions in comments or send an email on lambodarpadhan1@gmail.com 

Hope you all grow faster than 2020.

Saturday 5 September 2020

Teachers' Day

Happy teachers' day💐💐💐

We celebrate teachers' day on 5th of September, birthday of our second President Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan since 1962.

He believed that "teachers should be the best minds in the country".

In our lifetime we get many teachers at different phases. But mother is considered as first teacher.

Teachers are compared to mother, father and friend also. They maintain the roles according to the need. They introduce us to the world of knowledge. Sometimes they beat also to bring us on the right track. A good teacher is always happy if his students perform better than him. Our ancient culture is adulterated due to invasions. Education system is destroyed. And student-teacher relationship got weakened with time. 

Whatever we learn from anyone, if we respect him it will save us from ego. Although a primary school teacher can't help in higher studies, but he can help in personal life. He can share his life journey. In the long run, experience works. And time is short to experience every failure. That's why it is said to learn from failures of others.

Let's Mentor

I have observed that attention is directly proportional to quality and vice versa. And attention is inversely proportional to number of gainers. If you read this article up to this, then I think you are a keen reader. You can mentor your juniors so that they can transform their lives. Share what will you do if someone take you to the age of him/her. If you think you didn't get proper values at certain stages, you can add that. Contact them regularly and ask if they need any help. Be the progress tracker.


Lambodar Padhan

Saturday 22 August 2020

Ganesh Chaturthi

 Today we celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi.

Ganesha is the younger son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. He is also known as 'Vighnaharta'(remover of obstacles). Lord Ganesha is worshipped first before starting any work.


I made a sketch of Lord Ganesha watching on YouTube. I felt very happy after making it. Then I edited by own.

Due to COVID-19 we didn't celebrate this year in crowd, but we prayed in our homes.

Mumbai's famous Lalbaughcha Raja's Pandal converted into blood donation and plasma donation camps. 

Several community puja organisers in Kolkata switched to the digital mode, so that devotees can observe the rituals from home. 

I think import of statues may have decreased due to the pandemic. This may be a good news. But our local potters are the real sufferers. We should help them.

May Lord Ganesha bless you and your family with peace and happiness.

Saturday 15 August 2020

Independence Day 2020


Today we celebrated our 74th Independence day maintaining COVID-19 guidelines. One year ago nobody thought of such situation. I hope situation will be better on our platinum jubilee celebration. However, we showed patriotism on digital platforms.

Let's go to past.
Before British invasion ,our country was self-reliant. Our country(Sone ki Chidiya) used to export only. It attracted people from all over the world. It included invaders also. Our motherland lost enormous amount of wealth due to these invasions.
But we suffered the British rule for longer time. It destroyed our self-sustained systems of Education,Agriculture,Business,etc. I don't believe that these losses can be recovered.
However after Independence our country emerged as the largest democratic country. A lot of sacrifices were done. We can't forget our freedom fighters. Today we are able to celebrate due to them only. 

Friends, we all can't go to boarder and fight to serve our nation. We should support our nation from within. In my opinion it is time to promote our local products. Today world is at our fingertip. So, before going to purchase anything, please see it in google.

Let's join hands.
Promote indigenous industry/products by heart.
Share your valuable ideas.



Vande Mataram
Bharat Mata ki Jay
-Lambodar Padhan

Tuesday 7 July 2020

Sacred fig

Sacred fig (Ficus religiosa)

It is also known as the bodhi tree, peepal tree or ashwattha tree. Sacred fig is the state tree of Odisha.

Biological Classification -

Domain: Eukaryota

    Kingdom: Plantae

        Phylum: Spermatophyta

            Subphylum: Angiospermae

                Class: Dicotyledonae

                    Order: Urticales

                        Family: Moraceae

                            Genus: Ficus

                                Species: Ficus religiosa

Amazing Facts about Sacred fig :

  • The tree pumps ground water due to an expansive root system and keeps the surrounding cool.
  • It purifies the surrounding air by killing harmful bacteria.
  • It provides oxygen even at night.
  • It is used to cure skin diseases and many more.

Above picture is showing growth of the sacred fig that I planted one month ago. When it was potted it was having four leaves. In the time period of one month it gained four new leaves. Although it grows slowly, I get immense pleasure watching it's daily growth.


Sunday 21 June 2020

International Day of Yoga

If we are not doing yoga, this is the best day to pledge to do yoga. Nobody has time. But if we stay determined, we manage time. It is difficult to continue good habits contrary to bad habits.

In this material world physical fitness is not enough, mental fitness is required to live a happy life. Self satisfaction can be achieved by practising yoga. It is necessary to talk to self once a day. Meditation(comes under yoga) optimizes our productivity.  
|| योग: कर्मसु कौशलम् ||

Thursday 11 June 2020

World Day Against Child Labour

They have no Choice
They are  Helpless
They have to kill their Interests
They also want to Live 
They have Dreams

They wish to Learn
They are Afraid
They Build for others
They can't Oppose 
They Understand their situation
Their lives are full of Risks

According to International Labour Organization, there are an estimated 152 million children in child labour, 72 million of which are in hazardous work. This is result of people's selfish desires.
It is time to rescue children suffering from child labour. If you can't rescue, at least don't employ.
 You can't change the world but you can change someone's world.

Sunday 31 May 2020

World No Tobacco Day

We are what we consume.

 It is applicable to both physical and mental state. We become healthier if we maintain a balanced diet. On the other hand, we become unhealthier if we consume unwanted products. And we all know health hazards of tobacco. According to statistics of WHO, tobacco kills more than 8 million people each year.

If a common man spend 10₹ daily on tobacco, then have a look on the figures below :
1 Day      -10
1 Month -300
1 Year    -3600
10 Years-36000
20 Years- 72000
From the above calculation we conclude that a common man will spend more than 70000 in 20 years. Spend will vary from person to person. If we see it in inflation point of view then the above cost may doubles or triples.
These are the people who invest like SIP to get cancer and other health hazards. Some of them announce proudly that they can live without a meal but they  can't survive a day without tobacco. Lockdown was a tight slap who talk like this.

Lockdown Lesson

Lockdown played a key role in taking away tobacco addiction. All had to live without tobacco as there was no supply. It saved their money as well as their health recovered to some extent.

Situation is going out of our hands...

Tobacco companies are targeting teenagers. They are using small influencers to celebrities for this.
If someone narrate his painful story to show how helpless he was, he is wrong taking tobacco. It is not the solution.

I have some Ideas....

1.Think about your family and friends.
2.Is not it dangerous for your future generations ?
3.What they will learn from you ?
Above questions will work like antidote against tobacco addiction.
Further we should make instructions for our mind. We should record it and listen it before going to sleep at night. Observe the changes in you.

Share it to those whom you wish to see happy.

#Say No to Tobacco

With Regards

Thursday 14 May 2020

Lockdown Rhyme

Stay in your Region, 
You are not in Prison
Live for a Reason, 
Sharpen your Vision
Learn nature's Lesson, 
Strengthen your Passion
Do Self-Introspection, 
Master your Specialisation
Pay Attention, Focus on Preventions
Maintain social distancing and other Precautions
Tackle the Situation, Be an Inspiration
Join the Mission, Support the Nation

Have a look on my article- " What to do during lockdown "

Monday 11 May 2020

Corona Timeline

           China to my village

World ➡Country➡State➡District➡Block
  • 31 December 2019 : First case in the world reported by China. It was found at Wuhan city of China.
                   After 30 days....
  • 30 January 2020 : First case in India. It was found in Kerala state.
                  After 45 days....
  • 16 March 2020 : First case in Odisha.
                  After 45 days....
  • 29 April 2020 : First case in Jharsuguda district.
  • 03 May 2020 : First case in my village Kudaloi which comes under Lakhanpur block.
  • 11 May 2020 : Jharsuguda out of Corona.(Good news)

Speed of virus is not determined by the above days gaps. Social distancing and other precautionary measures are the limiting factors of the virus.
The pandemic is not over. But let's hope for the best. I am waiting for the day when the whole world will be free of Corona.
Corona taught us a lot of things. 
Hope we will restart soon.

Till then, Stay Home & Stay Safe

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