Odisha News Insight

Odisha ‎Morning News (November 2, 2018)

ONI Bureau:   —–   Central team headed by Union Ministry of Home Affairs Joint Secretary, SK Shahi to review damages caused by Cyclone Titli in Gajapati district today.

—–   40 students of Tarlakota residential school in Korukonda of Malkangiri walk miles to apprise collector about school-related grievances.

—–   Naveen Patnaik unveil late Akshay Mohanty’s collection of short stories in presence of his wife Prabina Mohanty.

—–   A real estate builder arrested for ‘grabbing’ Lord Lingaraj Temple land.

—–   State Cabinet meeting to be held at Secretariate today; 5 important proposals likely to get nod.

—–   Body of Village Guard recovered under a tree near Putunga in Keonjhar; murder suspected.

—–   A herd of 40 elephants damages acres of crop in Sishudihi area under Tamada Forest Range in Sundergarh.

—–   Rourkela: Carcass of an elephant found buried in Sonakhan Putulia village under Rajgangpur Forest Range; 3 arrested, 10 others reportedly absconding.

—–   Bhadrak: Illegal Firecracker production unit busted in Bhadrak; firecrackers seized will cost lakhs of rupees, 1 held.

—–   Brown Sugar worth Rs 1.5 lakh seized at Jatni area on the outskirts of Khordha, 2 held.

—–   Moving coal-laden truck catches fire due to short circuit near Pitabali Chhak under Nisha police limits in Angul district late last night.

—–   End of over 100 – Odisha 280/8 Rajesh Mohanty 0(0) Shantanu Mishra 44 (133).

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