Odisha News Insight

Afternoon News Headlines (September 3, 2018)

ONI Bureau:   —–   Odisha CM announces cash reward of Rs 50 lakh each for 2 hockey players from Odisha – Birendra Lakra and Amit Rohidas- after winning bronze medal at 18th Asian Games 2018 in Indonesia.

 —–   Low pressure to cause heavy rain in north Odisha from September 5: IMD.

 —–   CM Naveen Patnaik dedicates Fakir Mohan Medical College and Hospital to the people in Balasore.

 —–   Union Minister Ashwini Choubey’s name was not mentioned at inauguration venue at Fakir Mohan Medical College and Hospital in Balsaore, not provided Y category security, alleges BJP leader K V Singhdeo.

 —–   Baijayant Panda was a part of Biju family and look where he is now and the same has happened with me too in the party: Dama Rout.

—–   I wish to serve not just Kendrapara but Odisha on the whole: Baijayant Panda.

 —–   3 new medical colleges to come up in Bhadrak, Jajpur and Dhenkanal; 5 acres of land already been provided by state govt at Jajpur; proposal will be finalised as soon as the remaining 15 acres of land is provided, says MoS Ashwini Choubey.

 —–   Commissionerate police to sensitise School and College students on ‘Momo challenge’in Bhubaneswar.

 —–   Karnataka Urban Local Body Election result declared. Out of total 2664 seats in 102 urban local bodies where polls took place on August 31. Congress wins 846, BJP wins 788, JD(S) wins 307, and independent candidates win 277 seats.

 —–   President Ram Nath Kovind & Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades witness signing of agreements in Cyprus’s Nicosia.

 —–   Maharashtra: One person injured during Dahi Handi celebrations in Thane, admitted to nearby hospital.

 —–   Bihar BSEB 10th Compartmental result declared. Total 2,17,575 students filled forms, of which 2,16,455 students appeared. 57,642 students (26.63% of total students) cleared the exam.

 —–   Karnataka: Eight people injured in an acid attack on the victory procession of winning Congress candidate Inayatullah Khan in Tumkur.

 —–   Vijay Mallya case in Mumbai’s PMLA court: ED lawyer argued that as per law, no more time can be given to Vijay Mallya to respond on the application and even the Court is powerless to give time beyond one week as mandated by Fugitive Offenders law.