ONI Bureau: Good Evening Readers! Here are the Evening News Bulletin on Odisha, India and World by Odisha News Insight.
— Post-mortem report reveals Odia Actress Nikita died after falling from a height.
— 15th Finance Commission chairman N. K. Singh hails Odisha saying it has made significant progress in reducing poverty, although poverty numbers are still higher than the average all-India poverty figures.
— Deadline for submission of application forms for enrolment in KALIA Scheme extended till January 15.
— Quota Bill Debate in Rajya Sabha: MP Prasanna Acharya says BJD supports the bill.
— Financial company official stabbed, Rs 1.3 lakh looted by miscreants near Dhamalia in Kalyansinghpur of Rayagada district.
— Accused dies on premises of the SDJM court in Kendrapara.
— 10% reservation bill for general category poor is a historic step and a reflection of Government’s commitment for the poor, says PM.
— First India-Central Asia Dialogue to be held in Uzbekistan.
— Agusta Westland: Next date of hearing in the case is 28th February.
— Kashmiri IAS officer Shah Faesal has quit the government service Over Killings in J&K.
— Agra: PM Modi inaugurates Gangajal Project pertaining to water supply & various other projects related to health, sanitation, education & connectivity.
— TMC MP Saumitra Khan on Wednesday joined BJP.
— Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt starer Gully Boy trailer released.
— Odisha register a huge win; beat Goa by 276 run.
— National Table Tennis Championship concludes in Cuttack; Archana Kamath crowned women’s singles champion, Sharath Kamal clinches men’s singles title.
— Hockey India High Performance & Development Committee has advised senior Men’s team coach Harendra Singh to return as Coach of Indian Junior Team.