Afternoon News Headlines (December 1, 2018)
ONI Bureau: Good Afternoon Readers! Here are the Afternoon News Bulletin on India and World by Odisha News Insight.
— The Defence Acquisition Committee (DAC) approves procurements worth Rs 3000 crores, including BrahMos and Armoured Recovery Vehicles (ARVs).
— G20 summit: India, China and Russia agree to increase trilateral cooperation.
— Home Minister Rajnath Singh launched 112 emergency number in Nagaland’s Kohima today.
— Jammu & Kashmir: 6th phase of polling for Panchayat elections is underway in the state.
— More than 20,000 Indians have sought political asylum in US since 2014.
— Women cops get rs. 1,000 for right-wing leader’s arrest at Sabarimala.
— Google to shut its popular Hangouts service for consumers by 2020.
— Washington to give preference to US-educated workers for H1-B visas.
— ‘America has lost a patriot and humble servant’ in George Herbert Walker Bush: Barack Obama.