The News Scroll 18 July 2019  Last Updated at 2:22 pm | Source: PTI

HIGHLIGHTS EASTERN REGION 2 PM

HIGHLIGHTS EASTERN REGION 2 PM
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HIGHLIGHTS-EASTERN REGION 2 PM Kolkata, Jul 18 (PTI) Following are PTI''s top stories from the eastern region at 2 pm.

STORIES ON THE WIRE: CAL3

WB-ISHRAT-COMPLAINT

Threatened and verbally abused for attending Hanuman

Chalisa recital:Ishrat Jahan

Kolkata: Ishrat Jahan, a petitioner in the triple talaq case in Supreme Court, has filed a police complaint alleging she was threatened and verbally abused for attending a Hanuman Chalisa recital in a hijab.

CAL4

TR-IPFT-SHAH

Meet with Shah fruitful, hopefully demands would be

fulfilled: IPFT leader

Agartala: A ten-member delegation of the Indigenous People''s Front of Tripura (IPFT) recently met Home Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi and expressed hope that the party''s pending demands would be fulfilled soon.

CAL1

BH-IAS-TRANSFER

Bihar govt initiates proceedings for inter-cadre

transfer of IAS officer

Patna: The Bihar government has initiated proceedings for the transfer of a "harassed" IAS officer outside the state, in compliance with an order passed by the Delhi High Court earlier this week.

CAL2

NL-RIIN-MEETING

RIIN: Meet resolves to make policies public; tribal

bodies, civil societies extend support

Kohima: Tribal bodies and civil societies in Nagaland agreed in principle to support the state''s initiative to create a register of indigenous inhabitants after a meeting convened by the Neiphiu Rio government resolved to make public the policies of preparing it.

CES3

WB-PRIMARY TEACHERS-FAST

Section of primary school teachers on indefinite fast

in WB

Kolkata: A section of primary teachers in West Bengal are on indefinite fast for the fifth day on Thursday demanding a pay hike.

ERG1

MG-JAWAN

Soldier killed in building collapse laid to rest in

Meghalaya

Shillong: The mortal remains of Subedar Henkhomang Gangte, one of the 13 soldiers killed in a building collapse in Himachal Pradesh, has been laid to rest with full military honours at his native place in Meghalaya''s East Khasi Hills district, a defence spokesperson said. PTI MM MM


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