TNI Evening News Headlines – November 22, 2021

Key News Headlines of November 22, 2021. Details Below


Odisha News

➡️ Bhubaneswar reports 66 more COVID positive cases & 79 recoveries in the last 24 hours including 50 local contact cases and 16 quarantine cases.

➡️ 245 Covid-19 patients have recovered from the disease in Odisha in the last 24 hours. The total recovered cases of Odisha now stand at 1036746.

➡️ Odisha Records Rare November lightning today; one in Bhubaneswar (Nandankanan Road) and another near Aska in Ganjam.

➡️ RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das visits Lord Jagannath Temple in Puri.

➡️ Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia unveils new UDAN Logo in Odisha’s Jharsuguda.

➡️ Odisha Cabinet clears 8 Investment Proposals worth Rs 1872.11 Crore.

India News

➡️ Railways changes uniforms of its serving staff on board the Ramayan Express following objections.

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➡️ Andhra Pradesh Govt withdraws Andhra Pradesh Decentralisation & Inclusive Development of All Regions Bill 2020 at the State Assembly.

➡️ Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh tells Supreme Court that he is ready to appear before CBI within 48 hours. Supreme Court grants protection from arrest to him.

➡️ Delhi CM and AAP Convenor Arvind Kejriwal took a ride in an auto-rickshaw in Ludhiana, Punjab.

➡️ MP tribals to get right to brew, sell ‘mahua’ liquor, says Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

➡️ Kamal Haasan tests positive for Covid-19, hospitalised at Chennai’s Shri Ramchandra Medical Centre.

World News

➡️ Ahead of Putin’s visit to India, Defence Ministry to take up AK-203 deal in high-level meeting.

➡️ Pakistan PM Imran Khan announced that his govt will allow India to send a humanitarian shipment of 50,000 metric tonnes of wheat to neighbouring Afghanistan through its territory

➡️ 15th edition of Maldives, India, & Sri Lanka biennial trilateral exercise ‘Dosti’ is underway in Maldives.

➡️ Union Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal meets US Trade Representative Ambassador Katherine Tai in New Delhi.

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