Morning News Headlines (May 21, 2019)

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

—–   Board of Secondary Education (BSE) Odisha Class 10 results announced today; results on the website will be available from 11 am onwards.

—–   Ganjam: 12-hour bandh at Bhanjanajar in demand for clearance of pending 7 months of salary and opposing the decision to relocate the OSRTC unit.

—–   Nandankana Zoological Park to reopen today.

—–   Chhattisgarh: 2 District Reserve Guard (DRG) personnel injured in an IED blast near Gogunda in Sukma district. More details awaited.

—–   Ayodhya’s Shri Sita Ram temple hosts Iftar.

—–   Elections 2019 records highest ever turnout in Lok Sabha Polls with nearly 91 crore electors.

—–   Election Commission: Poll held on 19th May at polling station number 200 of the Kolkata Uttar parliamentary constituency declared void. Re-poll to be held on 22nd May from 7am to 6pm.

—–   Earthquake: An earthquake of magnitude 4.5 struck Nicobar islands region at 2:04 am today.

—–   Poll held on 19th May at polling station number 200 of the Kolkata Uttar parliamentary constituency declared void. Re-poll to be held on 22nd May from 7am to 6pm: Election Commission.

—–   Shalabh Sinha, ASP Sukma: Both the jawans are conscious. We are trying to airlift them to Raipur for better treatment.

—–   Country pays tribute to former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on his death anniversary today.

—–   Sensex breaches its previous highest mark of 39487 currently at 39,554.28.

—–   Former F1 champion Niki Lauda dies.

—–   At least 510 killed in Libyan Capital, 2,467 injured: UN.

—–   Pakistan appoints Mueenul Haq as High Commissioner to India.

—–   Indonesia’s Joko Widodo wins second term as president.

—–   US grants Huawei 90-day extension ahead of ban.

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