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Following are the top stories from the Eastern region at 1700 hrs.

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Following are the top stories from the Eastern region at 1700 hrs.

CAL1 WB-GJM-SITUATION



Darjeeling : The Gorkha Janamukti Morcha-led shutdown in the Darjeeling hills enters day three today with rallies being taken out to demand a separate Gorkhaland state and police patrolling troubled areas to quell any violence. CES2 OD-MINISTER-EGGS

Kendrapara (Odisha) : Ruling BJD activists today allegedly hurl eggs at Union Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram's vehicle and wave black flags in Kendrapara district. CES3 OD-NAVEEN-FRA

Bhubaneswar : Chief Minister urges Tribal Affairs ministry to ammend the Forest Rights Act (FRA) to modify eligibility criteria for other traditional forest dwellers like SCs and OBCs.

ERG2 OD-MONSOON

Bhubaneswar : The southwest monsoon has covered at least nine of Odisha's 30 districts and is making further advances into some more parts of the state, a senior IMD official says.

ERG4 WB-QUESTIONLEAK

: An inquiry report about the leak in Calcutta University's undergraduate political science paper II question was today submitted to the interim vice-chancellor, six days after West Bengal Education minister Partha Chatterjee said it could be an act of conspiracy.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Following are the top stories from the Eastern region at 1700 hrs.

Following are the top stories from the Eastern region at 1700 hrs. CAL1 WB-GJM-SITUATION Darjeeling : The Gorkha Janamukti Morcha-led shutdown in the Darjeeling hills enters day three today with rallies being taken out to demand a separate Gorkhaland state and police patrolling troubled areas to quell any violence. CES2 OD-MINISTER-EGGS Kendrapara (Odisha) : Ruling BJD activists today allegedly hurl eggs at Union Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram's vehicle and wave black flags in Kendrapara district. CES3 OD-NAVEEN-FRA Bhubaneswar : Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik urges Tribal Affairs ministry to ammend the Forest Rights Act (FRA) to modify eligibility criteria for other traditional forest dwellers like SCs and OBCs. ERG2 OD-MONSOON Bhubaneswar : The southwest monsoon has covered at least nine of Odisha's 30 districts and is making further advances into some more parts of the state, a senior IMD official says. ERG4 WB-QUESTIONLEAK Kolkata : An inquiry report about the ... Following are the top stories from the Eastern region at 1700 hrs.

CAL1 WB-GJM-SITUATION

Darjeeling : The Gorkha Janamukti Morcha-led shutdown in the Darjeeling hills enters day three today with rallies being taken out to demand a separate Gorkhaland state and police patrolling troubled areas to quell any violence. CES2 OD-MINISTER-EGGS

Kendrapara (Odisha) : Ruling BJD activists today allegedly hurl eggs at Union Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram's vehicle and wave black flags in Kendrapara district. CES3 OD-NAVEEN-FRA

Bhubaneswar : Chief Minister urges Tribal Affairs ministry to ammend the Forest Rights Act (FRA) to modify eligibility criteria for other traditional forest dwellers like SCs and OBCs.

ERG2 OD-MONSOON

Bhubaneswar : The southwest monsoon has covered at least nine of Odisha's 30 districts and is making further advances into some more parts of the state, a senior IMD official says.

ERG4 WB-QUESTIONLEAK

: An inquiry report about the leak in Calcutta University's undergraduate political science paper II question was today submitted to the interim vice-chancellor, six days after West Bengal Education minister Partha Chatterjee said it could be an act of conspiracy.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Following are the top stories from the Eastern region at 1700 hrs.

Following are the top stories from the Eastern region at 1700 hrs.

CAL1 WB-GJM-SITUATION

Darjeeling : The Gorkha Janamukti Morcha-led shutdown in the Darjeeling hills enters day three today with rallies being taken out to demand a separate Gorkhaland state and police patrolling troubled areas to quell any violence. CES2 OD-MINISTER-EGGS

Kendrapara (Odisha) : Ruling BJD activists today allegedly hurl eggs at Union Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram's vehicle and wave black flags in Kendrapara district. CES3 OD-NAVEEN-FRA

Bhubaneswar : Chief Minister urges Tribal Affairs ministry to ammend the Forest Rights Act (FRA) to modify eligibility criteria for other traditional forest dwellers like SCs and OBCs.

ERG2 OD-MONSOON

Bhubaneswar : The southwest monsoon has covered at least nine of Odisha's 30 districts and is making further advances into some more parts of the state, a senior IMD official says.

ERG4 WB-QUESTIONLEAK

: An inquiry report about the leak in Calcutta University's undergraduate political science paper II question was today submitted to the interim vice-chancellor, six days after West Bengal Education minister Partha Chatterjee said it could be an act of conspiracy.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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