Evening News Insight – June 15, 2022

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🔸Odia NDRF officer Mahaveer Mohanty draws praise for safely rescuing Rahul from 80-feet-deep borewell in Chhattisgarh.
 
🔸Rajnath Singh speaks to Naveen Patnaik (BJD) and Nitish Kumar of JD(U) on Presidential Poll.
 
🔸Elephant Poaching in Odisha: Union Minister Bhupender Yadav asks Odisha Goverment to take strict action against the poachers to ensure protection of our wildlife heritage.
 
🔸Devotees throng Alarnath Temple near Brahmagiri in Puri district as Lord Jagannath, his siblings go on a fortnight-long ‘Anasaa’.
 
🔸Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar to host India matches of FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup India 2022 which will begin on October 11. 
 
🔸Flood situation deteriorates in the Tumulpur district of Assam as several villages are inundated due to heavy rains.
 
🔸Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel meets Rahul Sahu & his family at Apollo Hospital, Bilaspur.
 
🔸Sachin Pilot detained outside Congress Office in New Delhi amid Rahul Gandhi protests.
 

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🔸BJD, AAP, TRS, Akali Dal skip Mamata Banerjee’s Opposition Meet on President Election.
 
🔸Presidential Polls: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee suggests names of Farooq Abdullah and Gopalkrishna Gandhi as possible opposition candidates.
 
🔸Presidential Polls: Next meeting of opposition parties to deliberate on a consensus candidate for the Presidential election likely to be convened on June 20-21 in Mumbai by Sharad Pawar.
 
🔸Badrinath-Kedarnath Temple Committee announces insurance of 1 lakh to a devotee in case of any kind of accident that happens with him/her on the temple premises of Chardham in Uttarakhand.
 
🔸Terrorist who shot dead bank manager killed in J&K’s Shopian, killer of teacher trapped in Kulgam.
 
🔸Assam Floods: Incessant rains wreak havoc; Guwahati badly hit.
 
🔸Hardik Pandya to lead Indian team in T20I series against Ireland later this month.
 
🔸Women’s IPL likely to start in 2023.
 
🔸Russia says destroyed depot of weapons from NATO in western Ukraine.
 
🔸Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif calls on Shehbaz Sharif Govt to facilitate Pervez Musharraf’s return to Pakistan.

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