Evening News Headlines (November 8, 2018)
ONI Bureau: Good Evening Readers! Here are the Evening News Bulletin on India and World by Odisha News Insight.
— Chhattisgarh: CISF Head Constable Dinankar Mukhopadhyay lost his life and Constable Pathare Suresh and Constable P Satish Kumar sustained injuries in the naxal attack near Dantewada’s Bacheli, earlier today.
— The upcoming assembly elections in Chhattisgarh will be conducted peacefully: V Sinha, IG Bastar.
— Heavy and medium goods vehicles will not be allowed to enter Delhi from 11 pm tonight; ban will continue till 11 pm on 11th November.
— Mizoram polls: Debutant National People’s Party to contest in 8 seats. Election Commission has turned down BJP request for extending the last date of filing of nominations for Mizoram legislative assembly elections.
— Ministry of Defence enhances financial powers of Vice Chiefs of Tri-Services by 5 times.
— Karnataka: ED Bangalore Zonal office seized cash to the tune of Rs 1.97 crore from several premises of Ambidant Marketing Pvt Ltd.
— Former Madhya Pradesh Minister & BJP leader Sartaj Singh joins Congress, to contest election from Hoshangabad assembly constituency.
— AP CM N Chandrababu Naidu has taken the lead to consolidate all secular parties to remove NDA govt in 2019: JDS leader & Former PM Deve Gowda.
— Heroin worth Rs 200 crore seized from apple cartons in Delhi’s Azadpur mandi.
— Dutch government has offered lawyer of Pakistani Christian Asia Bibi temporary asylum in the Netherlands.
— Tamil Nadu: AIADMK workers protest against ‘Sarkar’ outside theatres in Madurai, Chennai, Coimbatore; alleging that certain scenes criticize the previous TN Govt led by J Jayalalithaa.