Kolkata, Nov 7 (PTI) Following are PTI's top storiesfrom the eastern region at 5 pm.
CAL 1 WB-CYCLONE Cyclone 'Bulbul' may turn 'very severe', likely tomove towards West Bengal Kolkata: A cyclone formed over the Bay of Bengal islikely to intensify into a 'very severe' cyclonic storm overthe next two days and set to head towards the West Bengal andBangladesh coasts, skirting Odisha, the Met department said onThursday.
CAL 2 JH-STARVATION Jharkhand family claims starvation death, ministersays official reports deny allegation Ranchi/Giridih: A family in Jharkhand's Giridihdistrict has alleged that one of its members died ofstarvation, but state's Food and Civil Supplies minister SaryuRoy Thursday said official reports on the incident deny theclaim.
CAL 4 BH-HONKING-BULL Bull fury in Bihar town over honking Hajipur: Incessant honking is one peeve motorists inIndia have learned to live with but makes this beast a ragingbull in a china shop.
CAL 5 WB-GUV-HEALTH Matters of health should not be politicised: WestBengal guv Kolkata: West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar onThursday said people in this state were being deprived of thebenefits of the Centre's flagship health scheme - AyushmanBharat Yojana -- and stressed that 'such matters should not bepoliticised'.
CES 2 OD-CYCLONE Cyclone 'Bulbul' may intensify, likely to move towardsBengal Bhubaneswar: A cyclonic storm formed over the Bay ofBengal is likely to intensify into a severe cyclonic stormover the next 24 hours and set to move towards West Bengal andBangladesh coasts, skirting Odisha, a senior IMD officialsaid.
CES 3 AS-PATOWARY-PARTNERSHIP Assam minister moots strong partnership with Malaysia Guwahati: Mooting a strong partnership with Malaysia,Assam Minister Chandra Mohan Patowary has urged a businessdelegation of the Southeast Asian country to invest in sectorssuch as tea, hydrocarbons and infrastructure.
CES 5 WB-ACCIDENT Two killed, 45 injured as bus overturns Barddhaman: Two persons were killed and 45 others wereinjured, four of them seriously when a bus turned turtle nearKalna in West Bengal on Thursday, police said. PTIRG RG