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Kolkata, Nov 24 (PTI) Following are the top stories from the Eastern Region at 5 pm.

CAL 9 AS-LACHIT LD-TRIBUTES PM, others pay tribute to Ahom general Lachit on birth anniversary Guwahati: Tributes were paid to legendary Ahom army commander Lachit Borphukan on his 401st birth anniversary on Friday, with his valour in defeating the mighty Mughal forces recalled.

CAL 8 WB-TIGER-CENSUS-LD SUNDERBANS Annual tiger census in Sunderbans to begin from Nov 27 Kolkata: The annual tiger census in West Bengal's Sunderbans will begin on November 27, a senior Forest department official said on Friday.

CAL 6 WB-LD AIR QUALITY Kolkata air quality turns 'very poor' in several pockets, triggers serious health concerns: Official Kolkata: Even 11 days after Diwali and Kali Puja festivals, air quality remained 'very poor' on Friday in several pockets of Kolkata, causing serious health concerns to citizens.

CAL 5 OD-ASSEMBLY-INDUSTRIES 848 industrial projects worth Rs 21.73 lakh crore approved by Odisha govt: Minister Bhubaneswar: To make Odisha an industrial hub in eastern India, the state government has approved 848 industrial projects in different sectors with an estimated potential investment of Rs 2l.73 lakh crore, Industries Minister Pratap Keshari Deb told the Assembly on Friday.

CAL 4 WB-HC-BJP-MEETING Cal HC division bench allows Amit Shah's public meeting, rejects Bengal govt appeal Kolkata: Observing that processions, rallies and meetings are a 'regular feature' in West Bengal, a division bench of the Calcutta High Court on Friday upheld a single bench order allowing a public meeting to be organised by BJP and addressed by Union Home Minister Amit Shah on November 29 here.

CAL 3 AR-EDUCATION-STAFF-TERMINATION Arunachal: Services of 256 staffers terminated for producing 'forged' appointment letters Itanagar: The Arunachal Pradesh government has terminated the services of 256 teachers, clerks and multi-tasking staffers for producing 'forged and fabricated' appointment orders to concerned authorities without maintaining formalities of the education department, officials said on Friday. PTI RG

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