Odisha News Insight

Evening News Headlines (October 15, 2018)

ONI Bureau:   —–   Minor girl engaged as domestic help allegedly gang-raped by father-son duo in Talcher; she lodges complaint at Jharsuguda Town Police Station.

—–   BJP State General Secretary Bhrugu Baxipatra alleges Odisha govt is not presenting facts on the casualties due to Cyclone Titli; says we have names of 25 deceased, while SRC claims only 11 deaths.

—–   Eatery near Jaydev Vihar of Bhubaneswar gutted in fire reportedly caused by cooking gas leakage.

—–   Odisha Govt to provide Rs 1k Cash, 50 Kg Rice to Ration Card Holders in Gajapati dist.

—–   Work on spillway of Hirakud dam in Mahanadi will begin from Oct 24.

—–   Motor Vehicles Taxes & Fines to be collected digitally throughout Odisha.

—–   Odisha Constable of Dhenkanal Reserve Police detained in Andhra Pradesh for stealing AK-47 Riffle.

—–   Girl killed, 2 others injured after being hit by truck near Gobardhanpur Chhak under Joda Police Limits of Keonjhar; irate locals set truck on fire.

—–   MJ Akbar files defamation case against Priya Ramani.

—–   Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman pays floral tributes to the former President of India and Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, on his 87th Birth Anniversary, at DRDO Bhawan, New Delhi.

—–   Alok Nath has filed a civil defamation suit against writer producer Vinta Nanda seeking a written apology and Rs 1 as compensation. Nanda had accused Alok Nath of rape.

—–   CEOs and Experts from the Oil and Gas sector, from both India and abroad, met Prime Minister Narendra Modi today.

—–   Bihar, Munger: CJM Court allows narco test of accused in AK-47 recovery case.

—–   Massive fire breaks out at a chemical factory in Kolkata’s Tangra area. 10 fire tenders at spot. Further details awaited.

—–   The newly launched Vivo V9 Pro is available at a discounted price of Rs. 17,990, instead of its earlier price of Rs. 19,990.

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