HIGHLIGHTS EASTERN REGION 4.30PM

    Kolkata, Nov 9 (PTI) Following are PTI's top stories
from the eastern region at 4.30 pm.
    STORIES ON THE WIRE:
    CAL2
    MZ-POLL-EC TEAM
    Mizoram polls: EC team to hold talks with officials,
leaders
     Aizawl: A high-level team of Election Commission (EC)
officials would be arriving in Mizoram Friday to hold talks
with top government officials and leaders of civil societies
over the crisis that has rocked the poll arrangements in the
state, official sources said.
    CAL3
    BH-YADAV-DIVORCE
    Won't return home till family backs decision to seek
divorce: Tej Pratap
    Patna: RJD chief Lalu Prasad's son and MLA Tej Pratap
Yadav, who has been in the news for his failing marriage,
Friday said he was currently putting up in Haridwar and would
not return home till his family backed his decision to divorce
his wife of six months.
    CAL4
    AS-CHIDAMBARAM
    BJP taking country on path of conflict, economic
disaster: Chidambaram
    Guwahati: Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram on
Friday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of reopening issues
that are polarising the country and taking it on a path of
conflict and economic disaster.
    CES1
    JH-DAS
    Eradicating poverty, unemployment motto of J'khand
govt: CM
    Jamshedpur: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das has
said that his government was committed to eradicating poverty
and unemployment from the mineral-rich state with the support
and cooperation of people.
    CES3
    AR-BORDER MEET
    Indian, Chinese troops meet at Arunachal, vow to boost
ties
    Itanagar: A high-level meeting between Army officials
and Chinese PLA troops was organised on Friday at Bumla, near
Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh, where the two sides
reaffirmed their resolve to strengthen friendship and maintain
peace along the Line of Actual Control.
    CES2
    OD-FARMERS-STIR
    Odisha farmers to launch civil disobedience stir from
Nov 15
    Bhubaneswar: The agitating Odisha farmers under the
banner of Naba Nirman Krushak Sangathan (NNKS) Friday said
they would launch civil disobedience movement from November 15
to press for their demands. PTI
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