Odisha News Insight

Afternoon News Headlines (July 28, 2018)

ONI Bureau:  —-  Illegal encroachments in front of Bhubaneswar ISKCON Temple demolished. Scuffle between Iskcon followers and police during eviction drive.

—-  Odisha to implement its own Food Security Act from October 2; 34.44 lakh beneficiaries left out from NFSA likely to be benefited.

—-  Commuters stranded as 3-4 ft water flows over a bridge near MV-37 village in Malkangiri.

—-  Maoist Martyrs Week: Maoists gun down man at Kumkumgudi village in Visakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh suspecting him to be police informer.

—-  Maharashtra: 30 people died after a bus fell down a mountain road in Ambenali Ghat, in Raigad district. Rescue operation underway.

—-  Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu to attend convocation at AIIMS #Bhubaneswar on August 16.

—-  Jammu & Kashmir: After successfully completing 44 weeks of basic training, 204 recruits of BSF passed out of the BSF training center in Humhama earlier today.

—-  WHO says viral hepatitis B and C are major health challenges, affecting 325 million people globally.

—-  Karunanidhi in hospital, blood pressure stabilised.

—-  Maharashtra: All party meet begins in Maharashtra Vidhan Bhavan to discuss Maratha Reservation issue.

—-  Haryana’s Hathnikund barrage releases water, floods threaten Delhi.

—-  1,000 ‘war rockets’ of Tipu found in Karnataka fort.

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