Morning News Headlines (April 2, 2019)


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

—-   Bhubaneswar-New Delhi Rajdhani Express halted on Kathajodi bridge in Cuttack after the engine leaves Coaches behind. Train resumes journey after repairing work.

—-   Puri: Cash stolen from donation box kept near Ram temple at Puri Sri mandir; police begins investigation.

—-   PM Modi to visit Kalahandi district today; will address party’s Vijay Sankalp Samabesh in Bhawanipatna.

—-   Parents lock CBSE office in Bhubaneswar alleging setting of out of syllabus papers in Maths, Hindi & Science subjects of Class 10th exams; demand grace marks.

—-   Election Commission issues notification for 4th phase of elections in Odisha.

—-   Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati to visit Odisha today.

—-   Indian ISAT satellite destruction created 400 pieces of debris, led to new dangers for astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS): NASA.

—-   Supreme Court declines urgent hearing of Patidar leader Hardik Patel’s plea seeking a suspension of his conviction in a 2015 case relating to rioting.

—-   Aparna Kr, India’s first woman IPS officer to reach the South Pole, is now all set for her expedition to North Pole in April 2019.

—-   India, Chile hold bilateral talks, exchange MoUs in mining, culture, disability.

—-   Rajasthan Governor Kalyan Singh violated poll code calling for Modi win, ECI may approach President: Sources.

—-   Facebook in a new statement late on Monday said it had seen no evidence to date of Silver Touch being associated with the NaMo App on their platform.

—-   IT Sources: Income Tax officials seized Rs 11.53 crore cash during the raid at the cement godown in Vellore.

—-   Indian sentenced to 8 years for call centre fraud in US.

—-   Changes in UAE visa to benefit Indian expats’ kin too.

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