TNI Evening News Headlines – September 19, 2020

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Odisha News

👉 Odisha records 4090 Covid-19 recoveries today. The total recovered cases of the State now stand at 141657.

👉 Bhubaneswar repots 342 new COVID-19 positive cases including 104 Quarantine cases and 238 local contact cases; breach 18000-mark today.

👉 Odia MP presides in Rajya Sabha after 20 years.

👉 CRPF Jawans defuse 5-kg landmine near Kalberu of Malkangiri-Telangana bordering area.

👉 Students from IIIT Bhubaneswar develop low-cost Ventilator for patients having breathing issues.

👉 Centre releases Rs 4.7 crore to Odisha during last 2 years for conservation of Chilika & Ansupa lakes.

👉 Golden beach of Odisha recommended for coveted ‘Blue Flag’ International eco-label.

India News

👉 Lok Sabha Session likely to end on Wednesday as Coronavirus Cases rise.

👉 Rajya Sabha passes Bill to punish those attacking Healthcare Workers.

👉 Arrested journalist passed sensitive defence information to Chinese intelligence from 2016 to 2018: Delhi Police.

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👉 Govt has no record of MSMEs shut down amid corona pandemic.

👉 India’s biggest film city will come up in Noida: UP CM Yogi Adityanath.

👉 Over 500 ICU beds added for Covid-19 patients in a week in Delhi.

👉 Khadi & Village Industries Commission forces Flipkart, Amazon, Snapdeal to remove fake khadi products.

👉 PM Modi to lay the foundation stone of 9 highway projects in Bihar on 21st September.

👉 Coronavirus case tally in Mumbai’s Dharavi area rises to 3,018.

👉 Veteran Communist leader and former Lok Sabha Member Roza Deshpande passes away.

👉 1st Match of IPL 2020 is set to get underway in UAE with defending champions Mumbai Indians taking on Chennai Super Kings.

👉 First annual US-India Cyber Defence Dialogue Conducted

World News

👉 Mass shooting in New York’s Rochester kills two people, over a dozen sustain gunshot injuries.

👉 A Pakistani high court official asked the foreign secretary to produce Nawaz Sharif before the court by next week.

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