Kolkata, Mar 14 (PTI) Following are the top stories of the Eastern Region at 5 pm.

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CAL 23 WB-LD MAMATA-ROADSHOW Mamata leads TMC's march on wheelchair, says injured tiger more dangerous Kolkata: True to her street fighter image, Mamata Banerjee was back on the roads of Kolkata on Sunday, four days after being injured at the hustings in Nandigram, leading a TMC march on a wheelchair and declaring an injured tiger is far more dangerous.

CAL 27 AS-LD SHAH Cong allying with outfits that wish to divide nation: Shah at rally in Assam Margherita: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday launched a scathing attack on the Congress and its leader Rahul Gandhi for entering into alliances with political parties who are 'out to divide the country', and asserted that the BJP does not practise vote-bank politics.

CAL 1 WB-MAMATA-NANDIGRAM DIVAS Chose to fight anti-Bengal forces in Nandigram as mark of respect to martyrs: Mamata Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday paid tributes to the agitators who were killed in police firing in Nandigram in 2007 and said she has chosen to fight 'anti-Bengal forces' in the constituency as a mark of respect to the martyrs.

CAL 4 WB-POLL-TMC-MANIFESTO Bengal polls: TMC postpones manifesto release for third time Kolkata: The Trinamool Congress on Sunday postponed the release of its manifesto for the upcoming assembly elections in West Bengal for the third time but did not cite any reason for the deferment.

CAL 5 WB-SUVENDU-NANDIGRAM DIVAS 'Opportunists' who gave promotions to officers responsible for Nandigram police firing have no right to seek votes: Suvendu Nandigram: BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari on Sunday lashed out at the ruling TMC, saying that the 'opportunists' who have given promotions to the officers responsible for the 2007 Nandigram police firing have no right to seek votes from the people of the area as they have insulted the sacrifices made by the agitators.

CAL 6 POL-NANDIGRAM-INDUSTRY 14 yrs on, Nandigram, cradle of Bengal's anti-land acquisition stir, craves for industrial growth Nandigram: Fourteen years after a bloody farmland agitation in Nandigram changed West Bengal's political landscape, and plans to set up a chemical hub there went kaput, residents of this once-obscure constituency now desperately want industrial development to stop their menfolk from leaving home in search of work.

CAL 12 BH-KUSHWAHA-MERGER Upendra Kushwaha announces decision to merge RLSP with JD(U) Patna: Former Union minister Upendra Kushwaha on Sunday announced that his Rashtriya Lok Samata Party will merge with Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal (United).

CAL 13 AS-RAJNATH Terrorism, insurgency on decline in Assam, state on path of progress: Rajnath Biswanath: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday said that terrorism and insurgency have declined in Assam, leading to the speeding up of the government's development activities.

CAL 15 AS-CONG-BAGHEL Cong to bag over 100 seats in Assam: Chhattisgarh CM Dibrugarh: Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, who is in Assam on a three-day visit to canvas for Congress candidates, criticised the ruling BJP on Sunday for its alleged failure to fulfil promises, and asserted that his party will bag more than 100 seats in the 126-member Assembly.

CAL 24 AS-INTERVIEW-BJP CHIEF CAA not election issue in Assam; people will vote logically, not emotionally: State BJP chief Guwahati: Assam BJP chief Ranjeet Kumar Dass on Sunday claimed that the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act is not an issue in the upcoming assembly elections in the state as people will vote logically, not emotionally. PTI RG RG