Afternoon News Headlines (May 27, 2019)


Nation First News:  Dear Readers! Here are the Afternoon News Headlines on Odisha, India and World by Nation First News. 

——    BJD president Naveen Patnaik to take oath as Chief Minister at 10:30 AM on May 29 at the Exhibition ground in Bhubaneswar.

——    Disney India contributes Rs 2 crore for Cyclone Fani-hit Odisha.

——    Odia girl Capt Madhusmita Patnaik and her co pilot take charge of the AirArabia flight from Sharjah.

——    Gop IIC Soumyajit Mishra in Vigilance net; caught red-handed taking a bribe of Rs 3000.

——    Body of missing Engineering Student Vickey Kumar (22), a native of Jharkhand was fished out from Mahanadi River

——    “Odisha Fire Services inspecting fire safety measures in educational institutions in the twin cities.

——    Thunderstorm with lightning and rainfall alert issued in Pallahara, Kaniha, Chendipada, Kishorenagar, Talcher, Banarpal & Athmallik areas of Angul district till 3.30 PM today: SRC

——    Two members of the family along with a government representative reached Kathmandu to bring the mortal remains of mountaineer Kalpana Das to Bhubaneswar

——    67 newly-elected legislators of Odisha facing criminal cases: ADR report.

——    A bogie of Mumbai-Howrah Lokmanya Tilak Express catches fire between Lotapahad and Chakradharpur railway stations in Jharkhand; all passengers safe.

——    President Ram Nath Kovind will address the joint sitting of the two houses of Parliament on June 6.

——    Congress party to hold a review meeting on May 30 on party’s performance in the recently concluded Odisha Assembly elections.

——    Punjab Congress Chief Sunil Jakhar offers to resign from his post after he lost elections from Gurdaspur.
PM Modi likely to visit Maldives for first bilateral visit after re-election.

——    Veeru Devgan, veteran action choreographer and father of Ajay Devgan passes away in Mumbai.

——    Veteran Actor & Makkal Needhi Maiam President Kamal Haasan invited for the swearing in ceremony of PM Modi on May 30.

——    India Beats Singapore at Adoption of Technology at the Workplace.

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