Kolkata, Apr 11 (PTI) Following are PTI's top stories from the eastern region at 9 pm.
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Oppn scared and hence indulging in scaremongering: Modi
Bhagalpur: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday launched a scathing attack on the Congress-led opposition saying the "mahamilavati gang" is scared that if he comes to power again, their "shops" of corruption and dynastic politics will shut down.
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India's Independence, Constitution under threat: Mamata
Darjeeling: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday held the NDA government responsible for the Pulwama blast, claiming that the BJP-led dispensation did not take any step to thwart the attack despite having specific intelligence inputs.
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BJP committed to passing the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill
Silchar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday said the BJP is committed to passing the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill once the NDA returns to power after the ongoing Lok Sabha polls.
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We will scrap Article 370, introduce NRC across country: Shah
Kalimpong/ Raiganj: The BJP will scrap Article 370 of the Constitution which grants special status to Jammu and Kashmir and introduce National Register for Citizens across the country if voted to power again, BJP chief Amit Shah said Thursday, raking up the two hugely disputed issues.
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Modi, Shah pitch for vexed CAB, NRC on campaign trail in Assam and Bengal
Kalimpong/Silchar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah Thursday raked up the hotly disputed Citizenship (Amendment) Bill and the NRC, as they went about stumping in Assam and West Bengal amid the intensifying cut and thrust of a bitter electoral debate.
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BJP committed to passing CAB in Parliament : Modi
Silchar/Kendukona: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday asserted that BJP is committed to passing the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in Parliament in consultation with all sections of the society. PTI RG RG
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