Bengal, Tripura clock highest number of illegal immigrations
Citing 2018 NCRB data, the home ministry in reply to a question said in 2018, West Bengal reported highest number (661) of foreigners convicted under the Foreigners Act 1946 and Registration of Foreigners Act, 1939. Manipur recorded second highest such cases with 27 convictions in 2018.
India, Bangladesh traders demand trial run of vessels through protocol route on Gomati river this month
A high-level team of officials of the...
COVID-19 crisis: Tripura petrol pumps push for 'no mask no fuel' norm
Agartala (Tripura), Apr 21 (ANI): Petrol pumps in Agartala have made it...
P.C. Chandra Jewellers opens its stores in Bengal and Tripura
Being a responsible the organization, PC Chandra Jewellers is following stringent safety measures across all reopened showrooms. These safety measures include mandatory use of thermal scanner, installation of washbasin at the entry point, compulsory use of hand sanitizer at entry and exit points, wearing mask and gloves, frequent showroom cleaning and sanitizing and many others.
44 year old woman tests positive for COVID-19 in Agartala, first case in Tripura
Agartala, Apr 6 (PTI) A 44-year-old woman who has a foreign travel history tested positive for coronavirus in Agartala on Monday, making it ...
With 99% non-red zones, northeastern states crawling back to normalcy
Except Tripura's Dhalai district headquarters Ambassa, among the remaining 116 districts in eight northeastern states, there is no red zone.
22 BSF personnel test positive for covid 19 in Tripura
Tripura chief minister Biplab kumar Deb tweeted, "22 persons from 138th-Bn #BSF Ambassa found #COVID19 POSITIVE today including 18 Male, 1 Female, 3 Children.Total #COVID19 POSITIVE cases in Tripura stands at 64 (2 already discharged, so active cases : 62)."
13 border security force personnel tested covid 19 postive in Tripura
Tripura chief minister Biplab Kumar Deb tweeted, "More 13 persons including two kids of 138th-Bn #BSF Ambassa found #COVID19 positive.Total #COVID19 positive cases in #Tripura stands at 29 (2 already discharged, so active cases : 27)."
Tripura to provide free ration to 6.19 lakh poor families for one month
As per the Public Distribution System (PDS) records, Tripura has 5.79 lakh 'poor' families including 1.09 lakh Antodaya Annapurna Yojana (AAY) families, 4.70 lakh priority group or BPL families, Nath said.
Ethnic hate banners in Meghalaya
The Khasi Students Union has alleged that 'all Meghalaya Bengalis are Bangladeshis', in banners put up in public places on Thursday.
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.
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.
Looking at Myanmar, Bangladesh supply routes, says Mizoram's Chief Minister Zoramthanga
The closure of the lifeline for people of Mizoram has necessitated the government to explore alternate routes, the chief minister told home minister Amit Shah when the two had a conversation over phone on Monday. Shah, however, ruled out such an option while offering help to ease tension. Governments of Assam and Mizoram continued efforts to restore normalcy in the two bordering villages and restore traffic on the highway connecting the two states.
Tripura Congress President resigns
In a letter to AICC general secretary in-charge Luizinho Falerio, he stated the biggest error was silent acquiescence to instructions of consulting with members of BJP.
Flare up along Assam-Mizoram border: Union Home Secretary to hold a meeting with the Chief Secretaries of Mizoram and Assam
The problem started when a Covid-19 testing center was set up 1.5 km inside (from the inter-state border with Mizoram) at Lailapur in Assam territory (under Cachar district) on Friday by the Mizoram officials. It is alleged that the same was set up unilaterally.