Odisha News Insight

Afternoon News Headlines (November 16, 2018)

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

—   11 persons died due to Gaja Cyclone. Government to give 10 lakh rupees to the kin of the deceased, 1 lakh to those severely injured & 25,000 to those who received minor injuries; 471 relief camps have been established in which 81,948 people are staying: Tamil Nadu CM E Palaniswamy.

—   Muslims of India believe that it’s time Ram Temple should be constructed in Ayodhya: Yasir Jilani, Muslim Rashtriya Manch.

—   Customs officials at Goa International Airport recovers 450 grams gold in powder form from a passenger.

—   Demonetized notes with face value of Rs 69,07,500 seized by Navsari police in Gujarat.

—   UP MLA Raghraj Pratap Singh (Raja Bhaiya) set to launch new Political Party.

—   Bhima Koregaon case: Supreme Court has deferred the hearing in the arrests of activists matter to December 3.

—   Muzaffarpur Shelter Home case: Bihar police is planing to attach Manju Verma’s (former Bihar Minister) property, if she doesn’t surrender soon.

—   Kerala High Court dismisses activist Rehana Fatima’s anticipatory bail plea. Rehana had tried to enter SabarimalaTemple on October 19.

—   First trial run of Indian Railways’ “Train 18”, India’s first engine-less train, to be conducted tomorrow.

—   Rajasthan Elections 2018: Former Mayor of Jaipur Jyoti Khandelwal resigns from the Congress party.

—   Sabarimala protests: Gender activist Trupti Desai still at Kochi airport.

—   Prime Minister Narendra Modi plays a traditional drum during a rally in Chhattisgarh’s Ambikapur.

—   Lion Air crash: Victim’s family takes legal action against faulty aircraft design.

—   South Africa skipper Faf du Plessis likely to draw curtains on his international T20 career after 2020 International Cricket Council (ICC) World T20.

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