NF Bureau: Dear Readers! Here are the Evening News Bulletin on Odisha, India and World by Nation First.
—- Police Commissionerate issues advisory for political parties and poll candidates for organising public meetings in twin city.
—- 29 companies of central forces will be deployed for free, fair and peaceful elections in Maoist-infested areas of Odisha, informs DGP RP Sharma.
—- 20-year-old youth, Alok Bhanja from Praharajpur village in Balasore qualifies as research Scientist in ISRO.
—- Rahul Gandhi to visit Odisha on March 15; will address ‘Parivartan Sankalpa Samavesh’ at Bargarh.
—- Meteorological Centre in Bhubaneswar issues alert for moderate thunderstorm and moderate rainfall at one or two places over Ganjam, Gajapati and Nayagarh districts today.
—- Odisha Congress to give more priorities to Women candidates: Niranjan Patnaik.
—- Agitating western Odisha Lawyers put stir on Hold for Election.
—- Ministry of Defence has filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court in Rafale case.
—- Three Maoists arrested in Jharkhand.
—- No ‘beneficial decisions’ by GST Council till polls on.
—- Indian air defence radars detected two Pakistani Air Force jets go supersonic 10KM from LoC last night, Indian air defence systems on alert.
—- Boeing 737 Max grounding: SpiceJet cancels 14 flights, offers full refund.
—- Goa CEO seeks response over mass police transfers.
—- Team India restrict Australia to a total of 272/9 in 50 overs in Delhi ODI; After 35 overs, India need 115 runs in 90 balls.
Nation First News