Morning News Headlines (May 20, 2019)


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

—–    National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – NEET 2019 exam today for Odisha, Karnataka and Siliguri candidates.

—–    A 2nd year science student of NIT, Rourkela found dead at M.S.Swaminathan hostel; probe underway.

—–    School teacher found dead under bridge at Kutragad in Muniguda of Rayagada dist.

—–    Kalahandi: A newborn abandoned girl rescued by a woman at Maningapadar villager under Sadar Police limits in Bhawanipatna.

—–    Elephant tramples an elderly man near Gunadei village under Motanga Police limits in Dhenkanal.

—–    EXIT Polls 2019 predicts victory for BJP-led NDA.

—–    Singapore-bound Scoot Airways flight TR 567 flying from Trichy (Tamil Nadu) made an emergency landing at Chennai airport after pilot detected smoke in the aircraft cargo, around 3:40 am today.

—–    BSP clarifies that party supremo Mayawati will not be holding any meetings with the leaders of Opposition in New Delhi today.

—–    Voter turnout of 7th phase estimated till 8 pm- Total 62.87%; Bihar-53.36%, Himachal Pradesh- 69.73%, Madhya Pradesh-71.44%, Punjab-62.45%, Uttar Pradesh-57.86%, West Bengal- 73.51%, Jharkhand-71.16%, Chandigarh-63.57%.

—–    Blackbuck poaching case: Rajasthan High Court sends fresh notice to Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre, Neelam, Tabbu and Dushyant Singh on a plea filed by the government against their acquittal by a CJM court. Hearing to take place after 8 weeks.

—–    Indian ₹ at 69.61 against US$, gains by 0.61/

—–    If Iran wants to fight, that will be the official end of Iran: Donald Trump.

—–    15 Taliban Militants killed in Afghan Airstrikes.

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