Odisha News Insight

Morning News Headlines (October 5, 2018)

ONI Bureau:  —–    Elections 2019: BJP to gain in Odisha, predicts ‘ABP-CVoter’ survey.

—–    Meeting between DGPs of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh on anti-Maoist operation to be held in Bhubaneswar today.

—–    Naveen Patnaik to inaugurate Odisha Travel Bazaar in Bhubaneswar today; aims to promote tourism in Odisha.

—–    BJP Yuva Morcha observes 12-hour bandh over various demands affects Vehicular traffic in Bhuban, Dhenkanal.

—–    Pregnant woman carried on a sling for 5 kms after ambulance failed to reach her village Lachhamipur in Malkangiri due to lack of road.

—–    Probe illegal mining at Dankari hills: Guv’s office directs Environment dept

—–    Goods train hits the rest shed at platform no-3 of Jajpur Road station; no casualty reported.

—–    Ravenshaw unrest: FIR against 2 for detaining VC, show-cause notices to 100 students.

—–    President of Russia E V Ladimir Putin meets PM Modi at 7 LKM, New Delhi.

—–    After suffering a cardiac arrest Deputy Mayor of Bengaluru Ramila Uma Shankar passed away at the age of 44.

—–    After Centre reduced Fuel Prices by Rs 2.5 per litre, 13 BJP-ruled States too reduced their VAT component on Petrol & Diesel by Rs 2.5 to give more relief to consumers.

—–    Delhi High Court allows appeal of former TV anchor and producer Suhaib Ilyasi and acquits him in murder case of his wife.

—–    An IAF plane has been forced land in Baghpat. The Pilot is safe.

—–    A Delhi Court has taken cognizance and issued summons to Chirag Patnaik, a member of social media team of Congress. In July this year a former Congress worker had accused Patnaik of sexually harassing her. Court directed him to appear on February 2, 2019.

—–    Non-cognisable offence complaint filed against Tanushree Dutta (in file pic) by one Sumant Dhas for allegedly defaming Raj Thackeray & MNS party.

—–    China slams ‘ridiculous’ US election meddling charges.

—–    INDIA v WI: Indian Skipper Virat Kohli brings up his 24th Test hundred. India 465/4.

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