Morning News Headlines (November 22, 2018)
ONI Bureau: Good Morning Readers! Here are the Morning News Bulletin on India and World by Odisha News Insight.
— Jammu-Kashmir Assembly dissolved; Election Commission to examine if the model code of conduct can be imposed in Jammu and Kashmir or not.
— Kerala: Supreme Court refused to give an urgent hearing to a mentioning by IUML leader KM Shaji, who was disqualified as MLA of Azhikode.
— Supreme Court left it to BJP to take actions against Manoj Tiwari for breaking the seal of a locked house in an unauthorised colony.
— President Ram Nath Kovind receives Guard of Honour & 21-gun-salute at Admiralty House in Sydney, Australia.
— Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj emplanes for Vientiane to lead the Indian delegation at the 9th Joint Commission Meeting.
— Kerala Nun Rape Case: Father Augustine Vattoly, convenor of ‘Save our Sisters’ campaign, was prohibited by church from holding protests on Nov 14.
— Delhi: Fire breaks at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India building on ITO road. Four fire tenders rushed to the spot.
— Jammu and Kashmir: One civilian injured during an exchange of fire between security forces and terrorists
— Six coaches of an empty rake derailed in Rampur district between Damora and Duggan station on Moradabad-Bareilly Junction section.
— Australian PM to be at the unveiling of Gandhi statue amidst Muslim boycott of meeting.
— Chennai collector Shanmugha Sundaram has declared a holiday for all schools and colleges in the district on Thursday following predictions of incessant rainfall in the region.