Morning News Headlines (November 12, 2018)

ONI Bureau:  Good Morning Readers! Here are the Morning News Bulletin on India and World by Odisha News Insight.

—   Bengaluru: National flag draped over mortal remains of Union Minister Ananth Kumar, who passed away in the early hours today. 3-day mourning declared in Karnataka, 1-day holiday declared for today.

—   10.7% voter turnout recorded till 10 am in the first phase of Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections 2018 in 18 constituencies.
Sukma: An IED was detected near a polling booth in Konta’s Banda. Voting underway in interior areas of Kistaram, Palem and Bejji in Naxal-affected Sukma district.

—   Nearly 900 polling personnel have been air-dropped from helicopters so that they can reach safely: Chief Election Commissioner OP Rawat on Chhattisgarh Elections 2018.

—   Supreme Court has rejected plea seeking early hearing in Ayodhya title suit in connection with Ram Janmabhoomi Babri Masjid case.

—   Supreme Court refuses to hear a PIL filed by a student seeking a direction to the MPs and MLAs, for publishing their monthly work on a website.

—   Indian Railways has nationwide implemented the ticket booking service by UTS app Passengers now can book unreserved tickets directly from the app

—   Jharkhand: Children of naxal affected Chakulia’s Pochpani village carry bow & arrows to school to protect themselves from Naxals.

—   Petrol and diesel prices in Delhi are Rs 77.56 per litre (decrease by Rs 0.17) and Rs 72.31 per litre (decrease by Rs 0.15), respectively. Petrol and diesel prices in #Mumbai are Rs 83.07 per litre (decrease by Rs 0.17) and Rs 75.76 (decrease by Rs 0.16), respectively.

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