Odisha News Insight

Afternoon News Odisha (October 31, 2018)

ONI Bureau:  —–     Odisha: Mortal remains of DD Cameraman Achutyanand Sahu, who lost his life in an attack by Naxals in Chhattisgarh’s Dantewada yesterday, reaches his residence in Bolangir’s Ghusuramunda.

—–     CCTVs to be installed in SC/ST hostels across Odisha; CCTV cameras will be installed in 1000 SC/ST ladies hostels in the 1st phase: Ramesh Majhi.

—–     Supreme Court Collegium recommends transfer of Justice Indrajit Mohanty of Orissa High Court to Bombay High Court.

—–     Jaleswar, Balasore: Patharapura UP School Headmaster caught red handed while he was allegedly selling Mid Day Meal (MDM) rice.

—–     Simlipal Wildlife Sanctuary to reopen for public tomorrow.

—–     Puri Srimandir servitor Narasingha Pujapanda seeks permission from Supreme Court to end life as it has become difficult for him to run his family after a ban on collection of donation from devotees, he alleged.

—–     Leopard Death: NTCA guidelines are being strictly followed; Close circuit cameras will be installed in Debrigarh forests; Pug Impression Pad (PIP) would be made to identify foot impressions left by Tigers.

—–     Bargarh DFO suspends Kamgaon forester and Hajuripara forest guard in connection with the Debrigarh leopard death.

—–     Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana is better than Ayushman yojana as the later scheme provides health benefits to BPL people only, says Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik.

—–     Agitating lawyers in Sambalpur show black flags to Minister SN Patro near Burla MCL.

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