Odisha News Insight

Odisha Afternoon News (November 5, 2018)

ONI Bureau:  —    Farmer Agitation: Police take numbers of farmers into preventive custody while they are trying to break cordon near Khandagiri in Bhubaneswar.

—    BJP activists stage demonstrations outside employment exchange offices across the State protesting against rising unemployment in Odisha.

—    Opposition leader Narasingha Mishra condemns Odisha govt’s attempt to prevent farmers from entering Bhubaneswar.

—    Odisha govt hikes dearness allowance (DA) for employees working at State public sector undertakings (PSUs) by 2% with effect from July 1, 2018.

—    Odisha DGP RP Sharma advises media personnel not to venture into Maoist-affected areas.

—    Inter-ministerial committee formed under chairmanship of Finance Minister to prepare terms of reference to discuss the demands of farmers.

—    A team led by Crime Branch DSP Bilasini Naik reaches Debrigarh forest for inquiry into Debrigarh Tiger Poaching.

—    500 Wi-Fi spots witg at least 150 users in each area will be set up in the capital city.

—    Private Bus Owners’ Association observes strike in Bargarh protesting market complex in new bus terminal.

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