Following are the top stories from Eastern Region at 2100 hours. CAL3 NL-CABINET FLOOR TEST Kohima: The Nagaland political crisis takes a new turn with the state cabinet turning down Governor P B Acharya's directive to Chief Minister Shurhozelie Liezietsu to call an emergency assembly session by July 15 to seek trust vote. CAL4 WB-GJM LD SITUATION Darjeeling: The agitators demanding a separate Gorkhaland today set aflame a GTA office, a railway station and a forest bungalow and damaged several vehicles amid the unabated violence and arson here in Darjeeling hills on the 29th day of the indefinite shutdown. CAL5 MZ-LD MEMORANDUM Aizawl: Major political parties, NGOs and students associations in Mizoram have asked the prime minister not to finalise the Naga Framework Agreement without solving the political problems of the Mizos living in the hill areas of Manipur. CAL6 AS-FLOOD-RIJIJU Guwahati: Union minister Kiren Rijiju says a high level inter-ministerial team would visit Assam within a month to asses damages by the floods, which have claimed at least 44 lives so far. CES9 NL-RAINS Kohima: Incessant rains across Nagaland has led to flash floods and landslides in several areas of the state. CES10 AS-FLOOD-BSF Dhubri(Assam): A BSF jawan has gone missing from an inundated border outpost in Assam's Dhubri district and is feared to have drowned. CES11 WB-GJM LD NHPC Kolkata: The National Hydel Power Corporation has shut down both it's hydel power plants in Darjeeling hills and has sought additional security for them from the West Bengal government. CES13 BH-MEDIA MEMORANDUM Patna: Mediapersons meet Bihar police chief P K Thakur demanding action against policemen attached as security to Deputy Chief Minister Tejaswi Yadav and his minister brother Tej Pratap Yadav for assaulting scribes on duty. CES14 WB-WAGECODE-DATTATREYA Kolkata: Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya says his department is working hard to lay the Code on Wages Bill in the Parliament in the upcoming monsoon session. ERG17 JH-DAS Ranchi: Stating that Jharkhand has made speedy development in the last two and a half years and got stamp of approval on different yardsticks at the national level, Chief Minister Raghubar Das says the state is second after Gujarat in growth rate.
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