Afternoon News Headlines (September 12, 2018)
ONI Bureau: —– Mahaprasad will be given at Puri Srimandir as per thali system in price range from Rs 70 to Rs 120, informs Srimandir Managing Committee member Ananta Tiadi.
—– Naveen Babu is a good human being. I raised voice against Corruption not CM, says Dama Rout.
—– Odisha gets 8 Awards for successful implementation of Central Rural Schemes.
—– Odisha block-grant schools and college teachers’ agitation: Negotiations break down after discussion at inter-ministerial committee meeting; agitation to be intensified further, says Odisha School College Teachers’ and Employees’ United Forum.
—– Police-lawyer Conflict: Lawyers decide to observe cease-work strike till Monday across Odisha.
—– Odisha CM writes letter to Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu requesting to introduce commercial flight service to Jharsuguda Airport.
—– Lightning likely to occur in Baripada, Similipal, Dantan of Maurbhanj district, Dhamnagar area of Bhadrak, Jaleswar area of Balasore, some areas in South of Ganjam & Gajapati district today, says SRC Office.
—– 2 kids drown while taking bath in Paika river at Narada village in Kendrapara.
—– Boeing-737 of Indian Air Force (IAF) successfully lands at newly constructed Jharsuguda airport.
—– 2 legs of a transgender, identified as Rani Kinnar, cut while boarding train at Jajpur Road railway station; shifted to SCB medical college and hospital in Cuttack.
—– Ahmedabad: Hardik Patel breaks his indefinite hunger strike after 19 days. He was demanding reservations for Patidar community and loan waiver for farmers.
—– Bhima Koregaon Case: Five accused activists to continue to be in house arrest till September 17, when the Supreme Court will hear the matter.
—– SC seeks details of criminal cases pending against MPs, MLAs.
—– Delhi High Court refuses to interfere on plea over fuel price.
—– Maharashtra all set to welcome Lord Ganesha.
—– Government bans sale or distribution for human use of 328 Fixed Dose Combinations (FDCs) drugs with immediate effect.
—– Railways to carry out independent audit of nearly 5,000 bridges.
—– Rafale will power India to fight ‘grave threat’ from China, Pakistan: IAF chief.
—– Rupee recovers from record low of 72.91/$.
—– Sharif, daughter given parole; Kulsoom’s burial on Friday.
—– ED chargesheets Pearls Group in Rs 45K cr ponzi scam.
—– Reham Khan, the ex-wife of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, has revealed that the Pakistan government has been orchestrating forced abductions of the Sindhi social activist and nationalists.