The News Scroll 23 January 2020  Last Updated at 9:07 pm | Source: PTI

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Kolkata, Jan 23 (PTI) Following are PTI''s top stories from the eastern region at 9 pm.

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Netaji fought for secular India, opposed Hindu Mahasabha''s divisive politics : Mamata

Darjeeling: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Thursday that Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose had fought for a secular and united India and opposed the "divisive politics" of Hindu Mahasabha.

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Bru voters to be deleted from Mizoram electoral roll

Aizawl: Names of more than 11,000 Bru community people living in relief camps in Tripura will be deleted from voters'' list of their homeland Mizoram, following an agreement that allows the tribals to permanently settle in Tripura, a senior official said on Thursday.

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Soren consoles relatives of villagers killed by ''Pathalgarhi'' movement supporters

Chaibasa: The Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Thursday met relatives of the seven villagers brutally killed by the armed supporters of "Pathalgarhi" movement in West Singhbhum district, and assured them all possible assistance from the state government.

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Netaji''s birthday celebrated across Bengal, pol parties fight over his legacy

Kolkata: The 123rd birth anniversary of nationalist leader and freedom fighter Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was celebrated on Thursday in West Bengal, where parties cutting across political lines fought over his legacy.

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2 Bangladeshi rustlers shot dead by BSF

Malda: The Border Security Force personnel shot dead two Bangladeshi smugglers who were trying to steal cattle from a village in West Bengal''s Malda district on Thursday, a police officer said here.

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50 taken ill in Odisha after having food at community feast

Kendrapara: At least 50 people of a village in Odisha''s Kendrapara district were taken ill after they consumed food, stored in a container, which had a dead snake in it, police said on Thursday.

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Post #MeToo campaign, women speaking out everywhere: Ramani

Kolkata: Journalist Priya Ramani, whose allegations of sexual misconduct against the then Union minister MJ Akbar had triggered a storm, on Thursday said the #MeToo campaign has resulted in women speaking out everywhere about the sexual harassments they face. PTI RG RG


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