• | Tuesday | 26th October, 2021

Kolkata, Oct 26 (PTI) Following are the top stories of the Eastern Region at 9 pm. CAL 8 WB-MAMATA-BSF People to face torture with extension of BSF jurisdiction: Mamata Kurseong: Continuing her tirade against the Union government over its decision to extend BSF"s jurisdiction, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday alleged that the move was meant to torture common people. CAL 9 MZ-REFUGEE-SCHOOLS Over 1900 Myanmar refugee children enrolled in Mizoram govt schools: Official Aizawl: More than 1,900 Myanmarese children, who fled the trouble-hit country with their families and took refuge in Mizoram, have been enrolled in various schools of the state, where they receive free education, a senior official said on Tuesday. CAL 10 WB-HC-ALAPAN Bengal"s ex-CS Bandopadhyay moves HC on transfer of his case against Centre"s proceedings out of Calcutta Kolkata: Former West Bengal chief secretary Alapan Bandopadhyay on Tuesday challenged before the Calcutta High Court a decision of the principal bench of the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) to transfer an application filed by him to itself from the Calcutta bench on a prayer by the Union government. CAL 11 WB-MAMATA-HILLS Submit plan for "permanent solution" in Hills, Mamata tells leaders in north Bengal Kurseong: Assuring leaders in the Hills that she would find a "permanent solution" for the region that has witnessed numerous agitations over statehood demand, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday urged them to prepare a roadmap, keeping in mind the interests of locals, and submit it to the government, which will then carry out further work on it. CAL 12 WB-ABHISHEK-BJP-BANGLADESH BJP trying to polarize by-polls by using Bangladesh violence: Abhishek Santipur: TMC national general secretary Abhishek Banerjee Tuesday accused the BJP of trying to polarize the upcoming by-elections in the state by using the issue of violence against the Hindu minority in neighbouring Bangladesh as a poll plank. CES 13 MZ-BYPOLL-BRU VOTERS Mizoram by-poll: Special measures unlikely for Bru voters living in Tripura, says CEO Aizawl: The Election Commission is unlikely to make special arrangements for the Bru community voters of Mizoram, who are now living in relief camps in Tripura, to enable them to exercise their franchise in that state in the Tuirial assembly seat by-poll on October 30, an official said on Tuesday. CES 15 OD-OLIVE-RIDLEY-FISHING Fishing ban around olive ridley nesting sites from November Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government will ban fishing for seven months from November around the sites where the endangered olive ridley turtles congregate for mass nesting. CES 19 OD-CHILDREN-POLICE STATIONS Odisha to set up 34 child-friendly police stations Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government on Tuesday decided to set up 34 child-friendly police stations across the state in a bid to reduce mental pressure on children who need to visit police stations for some reason, an official statement said. PTI RG RG

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