Kolkata, Feb 11 (PTI) Following are the top stories of the Eastern Region at 9 pm.

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CAL 32 LDALL SHAH WB polls fight between Modi's 'vikas' and Mamata's 'vinash' models, CAA after COVID vax: Shah Coochbehar/Thakurnagar/Chirang: Branding West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee a 'failed administrator', Union Home Minister Amit Shah Thursday said the upcoming assembly elections in the state will be a contest between Narendra Modi's 'development model' and her 'destruction model' of governance.

CAL 24 WB-LD LEFT MARCH Left-Cong activists clash with police during march ove jobs; 12-hour Bengal bandh called on Friday Kolkata: Left and Congress activists demanding jobs clashed with the police in central Kolkata's Esplanade area Thursday as they tried to break barricades on their way to state secretariat Nabanna, resulting in injuries to several participants and also the police.

CAL 30 WB-LD MAMATA Modi govt should resign if BJP fails to prove TMC siphoned off central funds: Mamata Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday challenged the BJP to prove its allegation that her party, the Trinamool Congress, has misappropriated funds sent by the Centre to the state, or the Narendra Modi government should resign.

CAL 31 WB-SHAH-SOCIAL MEDIA BJP won't rest before forming govt in Bengal with two-thirds majority: Shah Kolkata: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday said that the BJP will not rest before forming the government in West Bengal with a two-thirds majority.

LGC 1 OD-COURT-SPY Odisha: Photographer gets lifer for spying at ITR Chandipur Balasore: An Odisha court on Thursday sentenced a photographer to lifetime imprisonment for spying at the Integrated Test Range at Chandipur in Balasore district.

CES 8 OD-NMA-LINGARAJ Odisha opposes NMA s draft bylaws for Lingaraj and Brahmeswar Temples Bhubaneswar: Two days after the Centre withdrew the notification of the draft bylaws of National Monuments Authority (NMA) for Lord Jagannath Temple in Puri, Odisha government Thursday urged the ministry of culture to relax the proposed restrictions for Lingaraj and Brahmeswar Temples here.

CES 12 AS-ASSEMBLY-CLAUSE 6 Assam govt still examining Clause 6 report: Governor Guwahati: Assam Governor Jagdish Mukhi on Thursday said the state is still examining the Centre's report on implementataion of Clause 6 of Assam Accord, which had been submitted to it a year ago. PTI RG RG