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HIGHLIGHTS EASTERN REGION 9.30PM


Following are PTI's top stories

from the eastern region at 9.30 pm.

STORIES ON WIRE:

CAL3 OD-SHELTER HOME-CLOSURE

4 shelter homes in Odisha shut after probe found no

registration

Berhampur (Odisha): Four shelter homes in Odisha have

been shut down after an inquiry found that they were running

without registration, officials said Wednesday.

CAL5 BH-TEJASHWI-BUNGALOW

Tejashwi trains guns at Nitish over move to evict him

from bungalow

Patna: The Bihar government's attempt to get the

bungalow allotted to former deputy chief minister Tejashwi

Yadav vacated was met with a stiff resistance Wednesday from

RJD legislators, who staged a sit-in in front of the premises.

CAL6 WB-TRIBAL-FOOD

After 7 deaths, Bengal govt to provide nutritious food

to Sabars, Lodhas

Kolkata: The West Bengal government has decided to

distribute nutritious food material at subsidised rates to

members of the Sabar and Lodha communities in the state, an

official said Wednesday.

CAL7 WB-MAMATA-FARMERS

Mamata hits out at BJP on farmers' issues

Bajkul (WB): West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata

Banerjee hit out at the BJP Wednesday, saying farmers were

committing suicide in the states ruled by the saffron party.

CAL8 UP-VIOLENCE-MAMATA

Mamata slams BJP, alleges UP police carrying out 'fake

encounters'

Bajkul: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee

Wednesday slammed the BJP government in Uttar Pradesh over the

mob killing of a police officer, alleging that the state

police is carrying out "fake encounters after fake

encounters".

CAL9 WB-DEF-NAVY

'Navy monitoring all happenings in Indian Ocean'

Kolkata: The Navy is monitoring all the happenings in

the Indian Ocean and is prepared to safeguard the country's

security and maritime interests, its Eastern Fleet commander

Rear Admiral D K Tripathi said Wednesday.

LGC4 OD-HC-ABHIJIT

Orissa HC grants bail to Abhijit Iyer-Mitra

Cuttack: The Orissa High Court Wednesday granted bail

to Delhi-based journalist Abhijit Iyer-Mitra, who has been in

jail for over a month, in two criminal cases.

CES11 OD-CCTV

CCTVs in trains and rly stations in Odisha for

passenger safety

Bhubaneswar: CCTVs will be installed in major trains

and at all railway stations across Odisha to ensure passenger

safety, Indian Railways Wednesday informed Odisha Police.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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