Odisha News Insight

Morning News Headlines (October 29, 2018)

ONI Bureau:  —–    Devotees throng Dhabaleswar Temple in Cuttack on the first Monday of holy Kartika month.

—–    Naba Nirman Krushak Sangathan stages ‘rail roko’ at Cuttack railway station protesting detention of fellow members by police in Keonjhar dist. Over 300 farmers of Naba Nirman Krushak Sangathan taken into preventive custody.

—–    Police Lawyer Spat: Members of Balasore Bar Association lock up main gate of District & Sessions Judge Court.

—–    One person charred to death after house catches fire in Olansha village in Jagatsinghpur.

—–    12-hour Bhadrak Bandh demanding medical college and hospital in the district paralyses normal life in Bhadrak.

—–    Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik pays tribute to victims of Super Cyclone through a sand art at Puri beach.

—–    Fire breaks out at Hi-Tech Medical College & Hospital in Bhubaneswar; fire officials bring flames under control.

—–    Japan: Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended India-Japan business leaders forum in Tokyo. Modi urged Japanese businessmen to engage more with India.

—–    Supreme Court to begin hearing Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri site title dispute today.

—–    Supreme Court adjourns hearing in Uphaar fire tragedy case for January 19.

—–    Indonesian Flight crashes into Sea with more than 180 people on board. The plane went missing 13 minutes after take-off has crashed into the sea.

—–    Prime Minister of Nepal Khadga Prasad Oli is undergoing treatment for chest infection at Manmohan Cardio Vascular Center, in Nepal’s Maharajgunj. He was admitted to the hospital last night.

—–    Petrol & diesel prices in Delhi today are Rs 79.75 per litre (decrease by Rs 0.30) & Rs 73.85 per litre (decrease by Rs 0.20), respectively. Petrol & diesel prices in Mumbai today are Rs 85.24 per litre (decrease by Rs 0.30) & Rs 77.40 per litre (decrease by Rs 0.21), respectively.

—–    Indian and Pakistan were declared as the joint winners of the men’s Asian Champions Trophy after the final of the competition was abandoned due to bad weather conditions.

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