Sunday News Headlines (June 02, 2019)


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

—–    BJD names Puri MP Pinaki Mishra as Parliamentary Party Leader.

—–    Kandhamal MP Dr. Achyuta Samanta to be Chief Whip in Lok Sabha; Kendrapara MP Anubhav Mohanty Deputy Chief Whip.

—–    Bhartruhari Mahatab will be the Chairperson of the Standing Committee that comes under BJD quota.

—–    Sports persons, eminent personalities and public from across Odisha paid last tributes to mountaineer Kalpana Das at Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar on Sunday.

—–    Odisha CM vacates Bijepur Assembly seat; retains Hinjili.

—–    Aditya Birla Group donates Rs 50 crore to Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF) in Odisha towards Fani Restoration & Rebuilding.

—–    Relief for coastal Odisha as temperature dips following Nor’wester rain and thunderstorm; Thundersquall to continue in several parts of Odisha till June 6.

—–    Man’s body wrapped in carton sheets found near Nayapalli area in Bhubaneswar; one held.

—–    Maoists killed youth suspecting ‘Police Informer’ in Chhattisgarh’s Dantewada.

—–    STF of state police arrested illegal mining kingpin at Kumarbasta village in Khordha dist.

—–    Delhi Police Cyber Cell arrested one student for making a fake website which claimed that 2 crore laptops will be distributed by the Central govt after the formation of new government.

—–    Rajasthan’s folk dancer Queen Harish, 3 others killed in a road accident in Jodhpur.

—–    IAF Chief BS Dhanoa to embark on four-day visit to Sweden from June 3.

—–    Tamil Nadu: Rameswaram-Chennai Express has not departed from Pamban railway station for Chennai today, due to strong wind conditions.

—–    Nepal Prime Minister KP Oli invites PM Modi to Nepal for Bilateral talks.

—–    South Africa batsman Hashim Amla ruled out of ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup match against Bangladesh.

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