Odisha News Insight

Evening News Headlines (September 27, 2018)

ONI Bureau:   —–   Supreme Court directs Orissa High Court lawyers to withdraw agitation and resume court work.

—–   SC grants interim protection to Abhijit Iyer till October 5.

—–   Fire Department employees withdraw cease-work agitation after successful discussion with Secretary of Home Department.

—–   Queue system for darshan of Lord Jagannath at Puri Jagannath Temple to be implemented from Oct 1 on trial basis; donated gold will be deposited in bank locker every Monday.

—–   Brahma Parivartan Fiasco: Chief administrator of SJTA says, being a sensitive issue probe report will not be made public.

—–   2 minor boys go missing in Kharasrota River near Bankipala under Binjharpur Block in Jajpur dist.

—–   District BJP Mahila Morcha calls for bandh in Kandhamal district tomorrow over rape & murder of minor girl in Kotagarh and sex tape of former MLA.

—–   2,900 acres land, which was earlier allotted to Posco, has now been given to JSW to set up steel plant.

—–   Supreme Court to pronounce verdict tomorrow in the case relating to the ban on entry of women in Kerala’s Sabarimala temple.

—–   Supreme Court to pass verdict tomorrow on arrest of activists Varavara Rao, Arun Ferreira, Vernon Gonsalves, Sudha Bharadwaj and Gautam Navlakha in Bhima-Koregaon case.

—–   Commander & Golden Globe Race Skipper Abhilash Tomy who is recuperating at “Amsterdam isle”to be brought back to India onboard INS Satpura.

—–   This isn’t a matter of religious dispute, as Ayodhya is an important religious place for Hindus because it is the Ram Janambhoomi but for Muslims, it isn’t a religious place, for them it is Mecca: Uma Bharti.

—–   Pune: The wall of canal of Khadakwasla dam collapsed earlier today. The water flooded Sinhanad road in the city and entered houses in nearby areas. Around 200-300 houses were affected.

—–   Special CBI Court grants bail to Chhattisgarh Pradesh Congress Committee President, Bhupesh Baghel.

—–   Seven soldiers, one civilian die in Mali bomb blast.

—–   Germany will host UEFA 2024: Union of European Football Associations (UEFA).

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