Tripura to hold Census in 15 days for number of Bru refugees
Tripura government will hold a census within 15 days to ascertain the number of Bru refugees and provide them land for resettlement, officials said after the state signed a revised 'four-corner agreement' to resolve the 22-year-old refugee crisis.
Will Bru-Reang refugee crisis end with the fresh agreement?
Bru-Reang representatives signed an accord with the Union Government and state go...
Solar plant set up at NIT-Agartala to save on power bill
Union Minister of State for Human Resource Development (MHRD), Sanjay Dhotre formall...
Govt staff can join rallies, post views on social media: HC
The chief justice of Tripura high court on Friday said that government employees can participate in political programmes including rallies and meetings and could also post on social media freely without attracting punitive measures nder Rule 5 of the All India Services (Conduct) Rules.
Three militants of banned outfit held in Tripura
North Tripura district police chief Bhanupada Chakraborty said that acting on an intelligence input, the police arrested the militants -- Phanijoy Reang, Samprai Debbarma and Kanti Marak, from Panisagar and Dharmanagar railway stations on Wednesday night. The police also seized one 9 mm pistol, huge live cartridges and many incriminating documents.
Internet services suspended, paramilitary forces deployed in Tripura
The notification issued under provisions of Section 5 (2) of the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885 prohibits the following types of media for the next 48 hours beginning 1400 hours on 10th December 2019 in the entire state of Tripura (i) SMS messages of all mobile service providers (ii) Mobile Internet/Data Service of all mobile service providers, the order said.
South India once again leads in governance
ET gathers that the Good Governance Index (GGI), soon to be announced by the Centre, shows southern states scoring high with Tamil Nadu leading on almost every parameter. Maharashtra and Karnataka come next.
Schools, colleges shut, vehicles off roads in Cong's Tripura shutdown
Schools and colleges were closed, offices were shut and vehicles remained largely off roads in Tripura on Thursday amid a 24-hour shutdown call given by the Congress.
Day four of Ranji Trophy games in Assam and Tripura suspended due to curfew
Day four proceedings of the Ranji Trophy games in Guwahati and Agartala were on Thursday suspended due to the curfew imposed in the region following protests over the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill.
CAB protests: Mobile, Internet services suspended in Tripura for 48 hours
Internet services have been suspended in Tripura for 48 hours from 2 pm on Tuesday in view of the ongoing protests against the Citizenship A...
17-year-old gang-raped, burned alive in Tripura
The girl had suffered 90% burn injuries after being set on fire, allegedly by her boyfriend and his mother, at Shantirbazar, South Tripura, on Friday. Police said the girl was rescued by the neighbours of the accused who took her to GB Pant Hospital here, and added that the girl was held captive for ransom by her boyfriend for two months.
Modi government will try to solve concerns over Citizenship Bill, Shah assures Tripura delegations
"Met with delegations of IPFT and Joint Movement Against CAB from Tripura and discussed their concerns over CAB. Modi government will try to solve their issues in a positive way," Shah tweeted. The home minister also thanked the delegation "for their appeal to maintain peace and call off the strike".
All train services to Tripura, Assam suspended; flights to and from Dibrugarh, Guwahati cancelled
Railways has suspended all passenger train services in Tripura and Assam and short-terminated long distance trains to the region to Guwahati following protests in the two states over the passage of the Citizenship Amendment Bill in Parliament. Several airlines in the country have also announced that flights to Guwahati and Dibrugarh have been cancelled.
Unfavorable travel advice of US, UK over CAA protests puts pressure on travel business
“A single unfavorable advice can initiate spiraling effect causing wide spread impact in eastern India as dependency of this region on tourism is quite high,” said veteran tourism adviser Raj Basu. “Now flow of cancellation calls from overseas clients has started making us worried,” said many tour operators. Foreign tourists form large chunk of tourism biz in the region.
Want to assure brothers, sisters of Assam they have nothing to worry after CAB passage: PM Modi
The PM said he personally and the Central government are "totally committed to constitutionally safeguard the political, linguistic, cultural and land rights of the Assamese people as per the spirit of Clause 6." The Clause 6 of the Assam Accord guaranteed safeguarding local rights, language and culture.
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