News Headlines Of July 3, 2019
Bhubaneswar: Here are the news headlines for July 3, 2019. The list contains major incidents of July 2, 2019.
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s intervention to stop the construction of the multipurpose Polavaram Project in Andhra Pradesh immediately. In a letter to PM Modi on Dated July 1, 2019, Patnaik listed out the dates of several letters he had written to the Centre since 2015 seeking a stop to the abeyances of the “stop work order”.
The Directorate Of Higher Secondary Education (DHE), Odisha will publish the first merit list for admission into Plus II colleges across the State today. As per a notification by the DHE earlier the merit list will be published online on its official website samsodisha.gov.in. Students can check their names by browsing through the website starting from 2 PM.
In the last phase of the preparation for the annual sojourn ‘Rath Yatra’ Lord Balabhadra, Jagannath and Goddess Subhadra will appear before the devotees for the much awaited ‘Nabajoubana Darshan’ at Puri Srimandir here today.
A special team of doctors has been formed to take up the case of yet another conjoined twins of Odisha Ganga-Jamuna, who took birth to a couple of Khalapala village in Dhenkanal district on Monday. The team will comprise of seven members including Paediatric, Neonatal and Thoracic physicians. The team will be led by Dr Hiranya Mohanty.
The IMD Regional Centre here has issued a yellow alert for at least 13 districts of Odisha predicting more rain till tomorrow. The alert has been issued in view of the low-pressure area lying over the southeast Jharkhand and adjoining areas of Odisha.
At least 13 persons were killed in a wall crash in Malad, here early on Tuesday. Also, another seven expired in yet another wall collapse in Pune as heavy rains lashed across Maharashtra.
The fuel tank of an IAF Tejas fell in an agricultural field in Coimbatore’s outskirts on Tuesday, police said. The aircraft was doing a sortie when the incident occurred. Defence sources in Chennai confirmed that a fuel tank from an IAF aircraft fell and said “all (was) safe”, indicating that there were no injuries.
In the latest update on Bhiwani triple murder case, the accused murdered a woman and her two innocent girls. Then, he separated heads of the three from the body and cut the body parts into pieces. He then boiled them on a gas stove. To clear the evidence he fed the boiled flesh to dogs.
Union Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Thawar Chand Gehlot on Tuesday said the BJP- led Uttar Pradesh government’s move to include 17 communities belonging to OBCs in the Scheduled Castes (SC) list is “unconstitutional”.
On Monday India and Pakistan exchanged a list of prisoners, civilians and fishermen, through diplomatic channels simultaneously through New Delhi and Islamabad reported ANI. These are people who are under the custody of both countries.
This was the headlines for July 3. Kindly go through each story in detail for further information.