Afternoon News Headlines (December 4, 2018)
ONI Bureau: Good Afternoon Readers! Here are the Afternoon News Bulletin on India and World by Odisha News Insight.
— Bulandshahr violence: Police inspector Subodh Kumar died of bullet injury, not during stone pelting, Postmortem report confirms.
— Supreme Court allows Income Tax department to re-open tax assessment of Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi and Congress leader Oscar Fernandes; next hearing on January 8, 2019.
— 4000 cases pending against MPs, MLAs; Supreme Court asks Sessions Courts in states to try criminal cases pending against former and sitting MPs and MLAs.
— Bofors case: Matter adjourned to 8 May 2019.
— Two leaves bribery case: Delhi’s Patiala House Court framed charges against TTV Dhinakaran.
— Promoting cultural links between EU-India a priority: EU Ambassador to India Tomasz Kozlowski.
— India, Sudan review bilateral ties, the External Affairs Ministry said today.
— President Ram Nath Kovind to visit Myanmar from December 10.
— 2.0 box office collection: Rajinikanth-Akshay’s film earns Rs 400 crore in five days.