Kolkata, Nov 11 Following are 's top stories from the eastern region at 4.30 pm.
STORIES ON THE WIRE:
Mizoram polls: Political parties flay ex-chief electoral officer
Aizawl: Several political parties in Mizoram have accused former Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) S B Shashank of being anti-Mizo and "puncturing" the state's enviable record of holding peaceful polls for decades.
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Manipur with its pristine locales, pleasant weather ideal tourist destination: CM
Imphal: Manipur is trying to firmly position itself on the tourism map of the country, riding on the picturesque beauty of its lush green valleys and forested hills, along with the annual Sangai Festival which showcases the state's rich tradition and culture to the world.
ECoR focuses on safety in foggy weather
Bhubaneswar: To cope with poor visibility and ensure passengers' safety during foggy weather, the East Coast Railway has instructed its staff members to take sufficient precautions such as using detonators and regulating the speed of trains.
Maoists kill man suspecting him to be police informer
Gaya: Maoists have shot dead a man after kidnapping him from Nawada village in Bihar's Gaya district, police said Sunday.
Baliyatra land rent standoff resolved
Cuttack: The standoff between the Cuttack district administration and the traders over rent of leased land for this years Baliyatra festival here ended with both parties reaching an agreement.
Century Ply sees better revenue, realisation in Dec quarter
Kolkata: The Century Plyboards (India) Ltd is hopeful of improved revenue and realisation in the December quarter as some of its segments benefit from a weak rupee. JM JM