Odisha Evening News (November 9, 2018)

ONI Bureau:  Good Evening Readers! Here are the Odisha Evening News Headlines today by Odisha News Insight.

—    The Orissa High Court on Friday deferred hearing on Police Lawyer spat till Monday as Crime Branch fails to submit complete chargesheet. On Monday, the State Govt will explain the reasons for restoration of two police officers who were suspended for assaulting the advocate.

—    Bhubaneswar Smart City Limited is all set to install speed detectors at various important junctions across Bhubaneswar to check rash driving.

—    Protest called off at IMFA’s chromite mine at Sukinda; operations to resume from tomorrow.

—    Odisha CM to inaugurate 1st underground dustbins in Berhampur tomorrow.

—    The Group-D exams of Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) Bhubaneswar were scheduled to take place in six cities of Odisha – Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Dhenkanal, Sambalpur, Khurda and Berhampur – on October 11 and 12.

—    Odisha farmers to intensify stir from November 12.

—    BJP-led NDA govt has allocated Rs 20,213 crore to Odisha in last 5 years which is 5 times more than what the UPA govt had allocated during its tenure: BJP spokesperson Prithviraj Harichandan.

—    A four-member team led by Development Commissioner visited Swabhiman Anchala in Malkangiri district to review several developmental projects.

—    Tusker carcass found in Badagunduri forest in Angul district.

—    Two groups of Biju Yuva Vahini clash at Padmapur panchayat in Bhadrak.

—    A youth of Khamarimunda village in Sundargarh arrested for posting woman’s objectionable pics on Facebook.

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