Evening News Headlines (February 18, 2019)


TNI Bureau:  Dear Readers! Here are the Evening News Bulletin on Odisha, India and World by The News Insight.

—   Odisha Judicial Service (OJS) Preliminary Exam result declared.

—   Leopard spotted at an office compound in Bhubaneswar; visuals of the leopard captured in CCTV cameras. Search operation underway.

—   Odisha CM visits Ganjam dist, dedicates Special Sub-Jail to Bhanjanagar People.

—   BJP extends support to bandh called by Nava Nirman Krushak Sangathan on February 21.

—   Cuttack: 2 killed, 4 injured in a road mishap at Rajakana in Tangi on NH-16.

—   Pulwama Encounter ends; a Major & 4 Army Jawans martyred, 3 JeM Terrorists gunned down.

—   DIG of police South Kashmir range, Amit Kumar, a Lieutenant colonel, a Captain, 12 Sector Rashtriya Rifles Commander of the rank of Brigadier injured in Pulwama encounter.

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—   Rs 46 Cr Collected Under Bharat Ke Veer: Government.

—   RBI to give an interim surplus of Rs 28,000 crore to the Central goverment for the half year ended December 31, 2018.

—   Kulbhushan Jadhav case: India seeks Kulbhushan Jadhav’s release, annulment of Pakistan court verdict; Proceedings adjourned in the International Court of Justice for tomorrow.

—   Case registered against Shehla Rashid for allegedly spreading misinformation about the condition of Kashmiri students in Uttarakhand aftermath Pulwama Attack.

—   India & Saudi Arabia to sign 5 MoU during Crown Prince Mohammad -bin Salman’s visit. Saudi Arabia considers India as its 8th Strategic Partner.

—   Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar transferred to West Bengal CID; may get the position of ADG (Crime).

—   US Congressional Staff delegation visited the Parliament earlier today.

—   The Hague (Netherlands): Government of India’s agent Deepak Mittal, Joint Secretary, MEA greeted Pakistan’s AG Anwar Mansoor Khan with a namaste instead of shaking hands.


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