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Kolkata, Jul 8 (PTI) Following are PTI's top stories

PTI Kolkata
Updated: 08-07-2019 21:12 IST
Kolkata, Jul 8 (PTI) Following are PTI's top stories

Following are PTI's top stories from the eastern region at 9 pm. STORIES ON THE WIRE: CAL 1 AS-NRC-PARALYTIC SC order only hope for disabled man in Assam left out of NRC Nagaon: Having lived in India for over 40 years, a paralytic Muslim man in Assam faces the grim prospect of deportation after his name was dropped from the National Register of Citizens Additional Exclusion List published last month even after it was included in the NRC draft, his family has claimed.

CAL 3 WB-MAYOR-HAKIM Sabyasachi a traitor, would be good if he quits TMC: WB minister Firhad Hakim Kolkata: Senior TMC leader and West Bengal minister Firhad Hakim Monday referred to party MLA Sabyasachi Dutta, who was stripped of his powers as Bidhannagar Municipal Council mayor, as 'Mir Jafar' -- a synonym for traitor, and said "it would be good if he leaves the party". CAL 4 ED-ROSEVALLEY-MITRA ED interrogates TMC leader Madan Mitra in Rose Valley scam Kolkata: The Enforcement Directorate Monday interrogated senior Trinamool Congress leader Madan Mitra in connection with the Rose Valley scam, official sources said.

CAL 5 OD-PATKURA POLLS Naveen Patnaik tasks 7 ministers, 18 MLAs with ensuring BJD's win in Patkura assembly poll Bhubaneswar: Biju Janata Dal (BJD) president Naveen Patnaik Monday tasked seven senior ministers and 18 MLAs with ensuring the party's victory in the July 20 Patkura assembly election. CAL 7 AR-FLOOD-CHINA 'Neighbour' blocking foreign funds for Arunachal flood protection schemes: Khandu Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu Monday claimed the proposed funding by international agencies for flood protection measures in the border state was being withdrawn due to objections raised by a "neighbour", an apparent reference to China.

CAL 8 LD FISHERMEN 25 Indian fishermen missing in B'desh waters: Coast Guard Kolkata: At least 25 Indian fishermen are missing as four fishing trawlers "probably capsized" in Bangladesh waters, the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) said on Monday. RG RG.

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