Afternoon News Headlines (May 4, 2017)

— Agni-II Ballistic Missile test-fired successfully from Abdul Kalam Island.

— Madhya Pradesh’s Indore cleanest city in India; Bhopal gets second position among 434 cities in govt’s cleanliness ranking. Bhubaneswar ranks 94, Rourkela-168, Berhampur-187, Balasore-190, Puri-194, Cuttack- 204, Baripada-261, Sambalpur-322, Bhadrak-349.

— Gujarat has maximum 12 cities among top 50 Cleanest Cities followed by Madhya Pradesh (11) and Andhra Pradesh (8).

— Adani Group signs $74 million deal with Australian Steel Giant Arrium to buy steel for 400-km rail line of Carmichael Project.

— MCI approves Saheed Laxman Nayak Medical College & Hospital in Koraput with 100 Seats. Admission to begin from 2017-18.

— EC calls all-party meet on May 12 to discuss EVM tampering allegations.

— Chennai: Airman in Indian Air Force commits suicide by shooting himself with a gun at Tambaram Air Force Station.

— Egyptian woman Eman Ahmed leaves Mumbai’s Saifee Hospital for further treatment in UAE.

— Donald Trump to sign executive order on political limits for churches.

— Chinese scientists invent new test that can diagnose cancer using one drop of blood.

— Pakistan Cricket Board claims USD 60 Million from BCCI in lost revenues.

— Women boxers Saweety Boora, Sonia Lather and Sarjubala Devi have been nominated for the prestigious Arjuna Awards.

— Rani to lead Indian hockey team in Kiwi Test series against New Zealand, beginning May 14 at Midlands.

By KalingaTV News Network –