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Morning News Headlines (April 16, 2019)

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

—   Egg hurled at Odisha CM’s carcade in Balangir dist last evening; former MLA & ex-MP Balgopal Mishra, his son detained.

—   PM Narendra Modi to attend BJP’s Vijay Sankalp rally in Sambalpur today;

—   NIRF Rankings 2019: Odisha Govt raps 8 technical institutes for not making it to the list.

—   Miscreants decamp with an entire ATM of Federal Bank near College Square in Soro, Balasore late Monday night.

—   Sudarsan Pattnaik creates sand art with message Button Dabao Desh Banao at puri beach in Odisha

—   Chhattisgarh: Villagers in Dokada decides to boycott LokSabha Elections 2019 over no roads in the village.

—   Election Commission on Monday barred Union Minister Maneka Gandhi and Samajwadi Party leader Mohammed Azam Khan for violating Model Code of Conduct by making objectionable statements in their speeches.

—   445 illegal weapons, 739 live cartridges seized in Bulandshahr ahead of polls.

—   Results skewed in our favour if we had Rafale: IAF Chief Dhanoa on Feb 27th dogfight.

—   Madhya Pradesh: Ex-MLA plans to sell his kidney to raise funds for contesting elections.

—   Nothing wrong in highlighting soldiers in polls: PM Modi.

—   Abhay Chaturvedi and Narendra Singh Dhaddha appointed Judges of the Rajasthan High Court.

—   Repolling in Meghalaya assembly bypoll ends smoothly.

—   No order issued for cancellation of Lok Sabha polls in Vellore: ECI.

—   US military confirmed that it had killed the second-ranking Islamic State leader Abdulhakim Dhuqub in Somalia in an air strike.

—   Fire breaks out at the landmark Notre-Dame Cathedral in central Paris; partially extinguished, main Structure of 850-year-old UNESCO Heritage landmark saved.

—   NASA reveals that water is released on the Moon during meteor showers.

—   UN owes India $38mn for peacekeeping operations: Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

—   Former Brazil football Confederation (CBF) president Jose Maria Marin receives life ban.

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