Odisha News Insight

Evening News Headlines (September 12, 2018)

ONI Bureau:   —–   In a reply to Odisha CM’s letter on setting up High Court benches in western & southern Odisha, Union Law Minister RS Prasad urges Odisha to consult with Chief Justice of Orissa HC and work out details of required land, building etc.

 —–   Woman killed after being attacked by tigress ‘Sundri’ at Hatibari under Tikarapada range in Satkosia forest.

 —–   Bus service from Bhubaneswar to Puri resumes after discussion with 3 Associations, informs Transport Commissioner Sanjeeb Panda.

 —–   DGP RP Sharma felicitates Sanjukta Dungdung of Odisha Police, who represented India in Asian Games-2018 in Rowing events.

 —–   Kerala nun rape case: Kerala Police has summoned accused Bishop Franco Mulakkal, asking him to appear on 19th September.

 —–   Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today chaired High Level Committee meeting for Central assistance to states of Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra; Approved additional assistance from NDRF of Rs 157.23 crore for UP and Rs 60.76 crore for Maharashtra.

 —–   Madhya Pradesh : CBI has arrested Sr Manager (Civil) of Northern Coalfields Ltd, Singrauli for demanding & accepting bribe of Rs10,000 from a complainant.

 —–   I met the finance minster to settle matters before I left. The banks had filed objections to my settlement letters: Vijay Mallya outside London’s Westminster Magistrates’ Court.

 —–   Cabinet has approved ethanol price at Rs.52.43/litre, which was earlier at Rs.47.49/litre: Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan.

 —–   Union Cabinet approves New Umbrella Scheme ‘Pradhan Mantri Annadata Aay Sanrakshan Abhiyan’ (PM-AASHA).

 —–   Archaeological Survey of India has discovered a hoard of 254 Copper Coins in the premises of Khirki Mosque during the course of conservation of the monument.

 —–   BJP’s Tripura ally IPFT says will contest Lok Sabha polls.

 —–   90% Indians have toilet facility today: Modi.

 —–   Cabinet approves scheme on remunerative crop prices.

 —–   IIT student commits suicide in Guwahati.

 —–   Cabinet approves transfer of land to Mumbai metropolitan authority.

 —–   Coal India could close 53 underground mines this fiscal.

 —–   Bihar’s Muzaffarpur Court gives orders to file FIR against Salman Khan and 7 other actors after a complaint was filed by an advocate against him and his production ‘Loveratri’ alleging that the title of the film hurts Hindu sentiments.

 —–   No Odisha players in 25-member core group announced for national camp at Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar for Asian Champions Trophy.

 —–   Former India captain Sardar Singh announces retirement from international hockey.