Odisha News Insight

Sunday News Headlines (December 9, 2018)

ONI Bureau:   Good Evening Readers! Here are the Sunday News Bulletin on Odisha, India and World by Odisha News Insight.

—   Senior Congress leader Srikant Jena resigns from all other committees of Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (OPCC).

—   Special Category Status for Odisha to be raised in Winter Session of Parliament which is scheduled to start from December 11.

—   Assistant Audit Officer of State SC/ST Development Department found possessing Rs 7.29 lakh unaccounted cash, arrested by Vigilance.

—   Governor Prof. Ganeshi Lal orders Vigilance probe against Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT) Vice-chancellor Surendranath Pasupalak.

—   4 killed, 10 injured in a road accident on NH-55 near Katada in Angul district late last night.

—   Paddy crops in over 25 acres of land damaged in a fire mishap at Dhuliuda village in Balasore.

—   Miscreants loot SUV, cash from DPC office staff in Sundergarh.

—   Ambulance carrying expectant mother hits road divider, 3 injured.

—   Rahul writes to Congress/Alliance Governments in states to pass a resolution for Women’s Reservation Bill in winter session.

—   Jammu and Kashmir: Kishtwar Police arrested a wanted terrorist Reyaz Ahmed. 3 terrorists including Pakistani LeT commander, Kashmiri militants killed.

—   PM Modi wishes Sonia Gandhi on her birthday.

—   Manish Mishra has been appointed as the Additional Superintendent of Police, (Rural) Bulandshahr.

—   Kerala: Kannur International Airport inaugurated, first flight takes off for Abu Dhabi.

—   Isha Ambani set to marry Anand Piramal at Udaipur.

—   The Central Information Commission (CIC) directs to release information regarding the number of Rs. 200 & 500 notes printed in November, 2016.

—   ‘Kedarnath’ director urges Uttarakhand government to lift ‘ban’.

—   Ranji Trophy: Odisha lose to Jharkhand by 2 runs at JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi.

—   All India Senior Ranking Badminton Tournament 2018: Shuttlers from Odisha Rutuparna Panda and Arathi Sara Sunil win women’s doubles title in Kurnool.

—   Hockey World Cup 2018: Malaysia to face Germany and Pakistan to clash with Netherlands in their Pool D matches today at Kalinga Stadium today.

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