Odisha News Insight

Odisha Afternoon News (November 14, 2018)

ONI Bureau:  Good Afternoon Readers! Here are the Odisha Afternoon News Headlines today by Odisha News Insight.

—   Lawyers withdraw cease-work strike as 3 police personnel accused in the alleged assault on a lawyer, seek ‘unconditional apology’ before the Orissa High Court.

—   All 6 Lakh Mission Shakti Groups will be digitally empowered With Smartphones: CM Naveen Patnaik.

—   Berhampur: Farmer of Totagumuda village in Paralakhemundi dies while undergoing treatment; deceased had allegedly consumed pesticides over debt burden.

—   Brahma Parivartan Fiasco: SJTA issues notice to 11 servitors regarding delaying rituals of the holy Trinity during Nabakalebara; joint secretary of Daitapati Nijog, refutes allegations of Brahma Parivartan Fiasco; says the allegations are false & baseless.

—   Fashion designer Bibhu Mohapatra showcases Fall Winter Collection at Make In Odisha.

—   Odisha Pradesh Congress party leaders pay homage to the first PM of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on his 129th birth anniversary today.

—   LPG blast kills 3 of a family at Thanata village near Dharmagarh in Kalahandi dist.

—   Vigilance sleuths conducts raid at office, residence and other places of Bhadrak Junior MVI Shankar Choudhury on charges of accumulating assets disproportionate to his known sources of income.

—   Lawyer to boycott Bhanjanagar, Buguda courts today protesting against alleged assault of a lawyer by police inside Buguda Police Station.

—   Special squad of Begunia police, Khurda nabs accused involved in Rs 60 lakh loot from Baideswar area.

—   2 killed, 2 other critical in road accident on NH-16 near Tangi in Khurda dist.

—   A habishyali injured after a barricade falls on her during Mangala Alati in Puri Srimandir.

—   Elephant herd which had strayed into outskirts of Cuttack yesterday, returns back to Athagarh forest division.

—   2 bombs hurled at a house in Nuagaon area of Niali; no casualty reported.

—   Odisha to host National Football Team Camps.

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