Agartala: A man in the Sonamura sub-division of the Sepahijala district of Tripura has been allegedly lynched to death on suspicion of cattle theft. Matin Mia was lynched by the villagers on Saturday. Due to his injuries, he passed away on Sunday. Matin Mia was beaten up by the villagers[Read More…]
‘Tring’ festival is celebrated on December 22 as the new year of Borok people in Tripura.
Tripura royal family leaders said that the High Court cannot overrule the provisions of the merger agreement which was signed on October 15, 1949 between regent Maharani Kanchan Prabha Devi and the Governor General of India.
Budget airline IndiGo recently launched daily direct flights on the Agartala-New Delhi-Agartala route, facilitating passengers from the northeastern state to go to Delhi without any stopover in Kolkata and Guwahati.
Tripura Pradesh Congress Committee chief Pradyot Deb Barman has reportedly resigned from his post amid differences with secretary in-charge of north eastern states Luizinho Faleiro over NRC. Barman on Tuesday tweeted, “I have remained the same Pradyot and I have tried to stop dishonest and criminals from running the party ,[Read More…]
The centuries-old Puja was inaugurated by the Chief Minister in the presence of a host of ministers, dignitaries and people from different parts of the country, officials said
The man’s body was handed over to his family after the autopsy was held
The man identified as Anumpam Paul was absconding since April 26. He was arrested by the crime bench of Tripura Police from New Delhi on Wednesday
MLA, Dhananjoy Tripura of Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura (IPFT) has married a woman who had accused him of raping and deceiving her
Students can check their result at the official website of TBSE at tripuraresults.nic.in
New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in Tripura has neglected voter priorities and performed “poorly and underwhelmingly” on almost all governance parameters, including agriculture, employment, road infrastructure and law and order, says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR). Released on Friday, the Tripura Survey Report[Read More…]
Agartala: The Congress on Sunday organized a road blockade to protest the attack on their candidate Subal Bhowmik in southern Tripura. “At least eight Congressmen were injured, three of them seriously, when BJP workers attacked a road show of Subal Bhowmik. He, however, narrowly escaped the attack,” Congress leader and[Read More…]
Agartala: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah, Congress President Rahul Gandhi and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi among leaders who will campaign in Tripura next week, party sources said on Tuesday. Bharatiya Janata Party spokesman Nabendu Bhattacharjee said Modi, who addressed a public gathering here on February 9 and[Read More…]
Agartala: Ahead of the Lok Sabha polls, three Tripura BJP leaders, including party Vice-President Subal Bhowmik joined the Congress on Tuesday. The other two are former Minister Prakash Das and firebrand leader Debashish Sen. Tripura Congress President Pradyot Bikram Manikya Debbarman and AICC Secretary Bhupen Bora welcomed the three leaders[Read More…]
In a major development, Tripura BJP vice-president Subal Bhowmik quit the saffron party and is set to join the Congress, which is expected to nominate him as party candidate in West Tripura Lok Sabha constituency. Mr. Bhowmik’s dramatic decision preceded his midnight meeting with PCC president Pradyot Kishore Manikya. Mr. Manikya[Read More…]
It is that time of year when students are indulged in preparing for their secondary and higher secondary examinations. To inspire and motivate their children, parents would be reminding them how children to whom life have hit hard, study and prepare for their examinations. While those highly inspirational children leave[Read More…]
Agartala: The CPI-M-led Left Front in Tripura on Tuesday announced its candidates for the state’s two Lok Sabha seats, renominating sitting MPs Jitendra Chowdhury and Shankar Prasad Datta from the Tripura East and Tripura West constituencies, respectively. Announcing the names, Left Front Convener Bijan Dhar said the Left parties would[Read More…]
By Sujit Chakraborty Agartala: Poverty has not stopped nonagenarian Thanga Darlong — all of 91 years — from playing the rosem, a flute-like tribal musical instrument made of bamboo. This labour of love saw him nominated for the Padma Shri, India’s fourth highest civilian award, in the Republic Day honours[Read More…]
Agartala: The Tripura Assembly’s week-long budget session began here on Friday with the members, cutting across party lines, paying homage and expressing condolences over the martyrdom of 40 CRPF troopers in the Pulwama terror strike on February 14. House Chairman Ashish Kumar Saha read out the condolence message and then[Read More…]
After the Lower House of the Parliament passed the Citizenship Amendment Bill, the central government has continuously been under the scanner by the allies in the north eastern states and the opposition alike. In the latest, the state of Tripura saw a massive rally taking place under “We oppose Citizenship[Read More…]
Agartala: The border guards of India and Bangladesh are likely to hold a meeting on Monday over the 31 stranded Rohingya Muslims, stuck for the past 2 days at the zero lines on Tripura frontier, a BSF official said. “A meeting between the sector commanders of BSF (Border Security Force)[Read More…]
Agartala, The Tripura government has stopped mobile-based internet services to curb “unauthenticated information, visuals and photographs” following police firing on Tuesday in which six tribal youths, agitating against the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, officials said on Wednesday. “The curbs, enforced on late Tuesday, would continue until 3 pm on Thursday[Read More…]
Over a thousand patients in the remote Tripura have been treated at Lifeline Express, the world’s first hospital train, since Tuesday at Churaibari Railway Station of North Tripura district. Lifeline Express is a train healthcare service which aims to reach those people who hail from remote areas that lack medical facilities.[Read More…]