Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha inaugurated Ashta Lakshmi Sant Vichar Sammelan in Agartala on December 09. The CM attended the event at Rabindra Bhavan, which is scheduled to be continued till December 10. The Deputy Chief Minister of Tripura Jishnu Dev Varma attended the event. Tripura CM Manik Saha also addressed the event.
AGARTALA: Former militant leader Daniel Borak along with 29 other members of his group, on Thursday, joined the BJP in Tripura in presence of the partys state president Rajib Bhattacharjee. Other senior BJP leaders like Phanindranath Sharma and Dipak Majumder were also present on the occasion. They joined the BJPs tribal wing Janajati Morcha under  The post Tripura: Former militant leader joins BJP appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .
Party defections and weighing of possible alliances underway as all stakeholders gear up for polls in early 2023.
Former self-styled rebel leader Daniel Borok, led the group that joined the Saffron Party and claimed that it had taken measures to dispel their grievances
Tripura Chief Minister Dr Manik Saha inaugurated Bharatiya Janata Party's third district office Atal Bhavan at Belonia in South Tripura on December 08. BJPs Tripura Chief Rajib Bhattacharjee was also present at the grand inaugural event. Thousands of party workers gathered to witness and grace the program with enormous pleasure.
At present, seven states of the region together produce around 2 lakh MT of rubber annually and Tripura tops with one lakh MT.
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Senior Tripura Congress leader Pijush Kanti Biswas five others join TMC
Joint Recruitment Board, Tripura has declared the result of Group C and D examination (TRIPURA JRBT Result 2022). This recruitment (TRIPURA Recruitment 2022) examination was held on 20 and 21 August 2021.
The TMC in a statement announced that Biswas, who was Assistant Solicitor General of India and former President of the Tripura High Court Bar Council, would soon be appointed as the Tripura state President of the Trinamool Congress.
PRISON DEPARTMENT, TRIPURA has sought applications to fill the posts of Warden (Mail) 2022 (PRISON DEPARTMENT, TRIPURA Recruitment 2022). The last date to apply for these posts (PRISON DEPARTMENT, TRIPURA Recruitment 2022) is 10 December 2022.
While Arunachal Pradesh has been allotted Rs 44,000 crore - the highest among the northeastern states, Assam has been sanctioned projects worth Rs 38,000 crore, Meghalaya Rs 12,500 crore, Manipur Rs 15,499 crore, Mizoram Rs 6,664 crore, Sikkim Rs 2,000 crore, Tripura Rs 12,426 crore, and Nagaland Rs 3,235 crores, EastMojo has reported.
Agartala: Tipra Motha Supremo Pradyot Kishore Deb Barman on Tuesday said that the tribals in Tripura have been deprived for 70 years. Barman said, On the death anniversary of Babasaheb Ambedkar, we reiterated our demand for a permanent constitutional solution. We are confident that very soon the Govt. of India will be compelled to follow  The post Tribals in Tripura deprived for 70 years: TIPRA chief Pradyut Debbarman appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .
Tripura party demands Tipraland state for tribals Tripuras influential tribal-based party Tipraha Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance (TIPRA), which organised a two-day sit-in demonstrations at Jantar Mantar in Delhi, on Tuesday demanded elevation of the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTADC) into Greater Tipraland State. New Delhi/Agartala: Tripuras influential tribal-based party Tipraha Indigenous  The post Tripura party demands Tipraland state for tribals appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
Agartala: A CPI (M) leader, who was allegedly abducted by unidentified miscreants from the Dakshin Charilam area under the Bishalgarh police station in West Tripura district, has been rescued. Police said abducted CPI (M) leader Liton Saha was found on Monday in the jungle with his hands and feets tied to a tree. According to  The post Tripura: CPI (M) leader abducted, found in forest tied to tree appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .
Prison Department, Tripura Warder has recruits 249 Warder Post. Candidate with 8th Class/Madhyamik. can apply on or before 10-12-2022. The post Prison Department, Tripura Warder Recruitment 2022 - Apply For 249 Posts first appeared on FreeJobAlert.Com . Read More
Agartala: Police have arrested three youths for allegedly gang-raping a minor tribal girl in Tripura's Gomati district. An official has given information in this regard on Tuesday. The three were arrested from the Raibari area after a case of gang rape was registered, the official said. The police are now interrogating the three and investigating the case. According to the police, the 15-year-old girl from the Udaipur subdivision was in a relationship with one of the accused for almost a year. Officer-in-charge of Killa police station Lakshyabir Jamatia said the youth had asked the woman to come to the Raibari area and accordingly she came on Saturday. The young man took the girl to a deserted place, where two of his friends were waiting for them. They then raped the girl. The youths left the girl in an unconscious state. The girl called the police, following which the police rushed to the spot, the officer said. The condition of the girl is stable now and three alleged rapists were arrested on Monday morning. Along with the provision of gang rape, an investigation has been started under the stringent POCSO Act.'' Son-in-law set on fire by sprinkling petrol, know the reason Horrific: Man beheaded the cousin, Friends take selfie with the head Husband gave painful death to his wife, reason was his gambling addiction
Agartala: Two minor girls were allegedly raped by four men in two separate incidents in Tripura, police said on Tuesday. Police have arrested three youths from Raiyabariin Tripuras Gomati district for allegedly raping a 15-year-old tribal girl. The arrested youths were identified as Depsi Jamatia, 18, Ananda Kishore Jamatia, 21, and Khasrang Jamatia, 24. A  The post Tripura: Two minor girls raped, 4 held appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .
Himanta Biswa Sarma is credited with delivering not only Assam but most of the northeast to Narendra Modi. Great job, considering the BJP had never set foot in the northeast earlier. Since then he has helped capture Maharashtra; he gave Eknath Shinde's rebel MLAs a safe house. Critics say, his agents are active in Jharkhand and other opposition states spreading disaffection, currency and coup prospects. No one knows how true these tales are, but he did execute a coup last week. He turned a centuries-old federal political narrative upside down. First a tale of emperors. The men who have sat on the Delhi throne have always coveted the distant marchesthe Deccan, Rajputana, Kashmir, Punjab, Malwa, Saurashtra, Bengal and so on. Mediaeval Indian history is full of tales of how the fortunes of the sultans and padshahs of Delhi swelled and ebbed as they won and lost these regions. When it was a win, the campaign commander was invested with the satrapy. When satraps revolted, empires declined. Sarma's walkout from the Congress, too, had an imperial setting. Once when he walked into Rahul Gandhi's court in 2016 to air his woes, he found the crown prince keener on feeding his dog. A perfect Mughal tale of a satrap's revolt after being insulted in the imperial court. Political pundits in post-Independence India have been drawing on such tales when they had to describe the poll prospects of big parties in provinces. A victory or a loss for a national party (the Congress, most times) in a state poll was likened to an emperor (a Mughal, most times) winning or losing a province. Thus the eastern marches have been on Modi's look-out ever since he was elected to the Delhi throne. Sarma snatched Assam from the Congress and delivered it to Modi. Then as convener of the BJP-led Northeast Democratic Alliance, he delivered most of the region, including the communist redoubt of Tripura. Like a victorious commander being rewarded with a satrapy, Sarma was invested with the CMship of Assam, though after a one-term delay. All the same, the imperial narrative did not suit the BJP's nationalistic mythology wherein the sultans and padshahs of Delhi are invaders with black beards. Last week, Sarma used the 400th birth anniversary of the Ahom hero Lachit Barphukan to turn the tale around into one of a provincial champion fending off the sultans with black beards. The Barphukan saga is indeed a tale of grit, glory and gore of the Ahoms, a people who had never been conquered by any of the Delhi suzerains. (The British were ruling from Bengal when they annexed Assam in the 19th century.) Barphukan was the commander of the Ahom army that launched a surprise naval attack from the Brahmaputra on the Mughals at Saraighat in 1671 and routed them. To Sarma, It was a victory that saved the identity and civilisation of Assam and northeast India from Mughal subjugation. Neutral historians may carp that the Mughal army was led by a Hindu, Barphukan was a follower of the Tai Ahom faith, the Ahom army had many Muslim commanders, and so on. But Sarma, undaunted, was in Delhi last week, painting the imperial capital in Ahom colours, complete with street posters and full-page ads in newspapers showing Barphukan's brilliant victory. There were songs, stage plays, a book release and a documentary screening in the Vigyan Bhavan where a three-day show wound down on November 24, with the prime minister and the home minister joining it. In between Sarma found time to join the BJP's star-studded roadshows in the city's municipal polls! I guess, there is no way stopping the man. firstname.lastname@example.org
Tripura Public Service Commission (TPSC) has recruits 60 Agriculture Officer Posts. Candidates with Degree (Agriculture/Horticulture). can apply online from 09-12-2022 to 09-01-2023. The post TPSC Recruitment 2022 - Apply Online For 60 Agriculture Officer Posts first appeared on FreeJobAlert.Com . Read More
Communal Violence Data shows a rise in attacks against Christians with Uttar Pradesh recording the highest in the north, while Tamil Nadu peaks in the south. TNM Staff The highest-ever targeted violence against Christians in the country was recorded in 2022. Data released by the United Christian Forum (UCF) on Saturday, November 26, reveals that up until November 21, 511 acts of violence were recorded against Christians in the country. The number is higher than what was recorded last year 505 acts of violence in 12 months. The report is based on the information collected by the UCF helpline, a toll-free number launched in January 2015 to help victims access legal remedies. The report is a compilation of a range of incidents including the disruption of prayers, attacks against believers, attacks/abuse directed at pastors and their family members, and vandalisation of churches. The data from the last five years shows a sharp rise in attacks against Christians. The total number of incidents recorded in 2018 was 292, which increased to 328 in 2019. In the year 2020, the number of incidents reduced to 279 since it was the year when nationwide lockdowns were imposed due to COVID-19. In 2021, the number of reported incidents doubled to 505. This year, violence against Christians surpassed the previous years' numbers even though there is still a whole month remaining for 2022 to end. It was in September 2022 that the highest number of such incidents were recorded 64, followed by May which witnessed 61 incidents. Similar to the last year, Uttar Pradesh topped the list with 149 incidents followed by Chhattisgarh which recorded 115 incidents. Jharkhand recorded 48 incidents while a few North Indian states recorded single-digit incidents, and the capital city Delhi, recorded one incident. Himachal Pradesh recorded four attacks, whereas, Jammu and Kashmir recorded a single incident and Rajasthan reported five incidents. Chandigarh, throughout the last five years, relievingly recorded only a single attack in 2019. In the Northeast, Meghalaya and Tripura reported one incident of violence against Christians each, while Assam reported two attacks to the UCF helpline. In the Southern states, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu recorded double-digit incidents 30, whereas Kerala and Puducherry recorded zero incidents. Andhra Pradesh witnessed six incidents this year while the Telangana state recorded four incidents. Andhra Pradesh recorded single-digit incidents in four out of five years except in 2019 when the state witnessed nearly 19 attacks against Christians. In 2018, it recorded 5 attacks, and in 2020, the number of attacks recorded was 8. In 2019, the number in Andhra Pradesh was 9, and this year 6 attacks have been recorded by the UCF. Telangana on other hand, recorded 4, 3, and 6 incidents in 2022, 2021, and 2020 respectively. In 2018, it recorded as high as 19 incidents and in 2019, there were 18 reported incidents. Month wise data from UCF The report from the UCF noted that Tamil Nadu recorded as high as 48 incidents in the year 2018 and it was at its peak in 2019 with 56 incidents. In 2019, Tamil Nadu was second to Uttar Pradesh when it came to hate crimes against Christians. It recorded 17 and 21 incidents in 2020 and 2021 respectively. According to the UCF, there were 227 instances of hate crimes in Tamil Nadu between 2014 and 2022. Nearly half of the incidents (117) were reported from the Kongu region. Kerala reported a total of three incidents of violence against Christians in the last five years. One incident occurred in the year 2018 and in the next year, two incidents were reported. The UCF data shows a decline in the attacks against Christians in Karnataka compared to the last year when it was recorded at 62, the highest among the southern states. Back in 2018, the registered incidents were 8. The state witnessed 27 and 16 such acts of violence in 2019 and 2020 respectively. Last year during Christmas, violence against Christians peaked in the region. In Karnataka on December 28, a group of Hindutva vigilantes barged into a Dalit household in Tumakuru in a bid to stop them from celebrating Christmas, and on the very next day, another mob attacked a Dalit family residing in the Tukkanatti village of Belagavi, after accusing them of converting their neighbors to Christianity.
Three men from Tripura, who police found were into identifying and kidnapping businessmen from that state doing business in Chennai, were arrested at Tambaram on Friday. The accused, who police identified as R Alkas Miya, 32, S Jalil Miya, 23 and A Pervej, 26, were nabbed after they kidnapped tea shop owner Anwar Hussain at gunpoint.
NHM, TRIPURA has invited applications for the Medical Officer, Dental Surgeon, and other posts.The last date to apply for these posts (NHM, TRIPURA Recruitment 2022) is 27 November 2022.
National Health Mission (NHM), Tripura has recruits 31 MO, Dental Surgeon & District Epidemiologist Posts. Candidate with PG/ Degree/ Diploma (Relevant Discipline)can walk in Interview. The post NHM Tripura Recruitment 2022 - Walk In For MO, Dental Surgeon & District Epidemiologist Posts first appeared on FreeJobAlert.Com . Read More
Indore: A 10-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a saint who had come to receive prasad at a religious event in Madhya Pradesh's financial capital Indore late on Wednesday night. It is said that the saint took this innocent to a deserted room and started doing obscene acts with her. After the child raised an alarm, the residents of the vicinity gathered immediately, but by then Baba had fled. When the police received the news, they found out about baba and arrested him and booked him under Section 370, including POCSO. Station House Officer Pawan Singhal said, A Bhandara was organized at Mahalaxmi temple in Silawat Pura under the Chhatripura police station area late on Wednesday night. Where Abhiram Das Tyagi, a resident of Uttarakhand, also reached. The 53-year-old saint was made to stay at an ashram in the city. Abhiram Tyagi was also invited to eat prasad at the Annakoot event at Mahalaxmi temple.'' After coming here, the intention of this monk was spoiled on an 11-year-old innocent. The monk took her to an isolated room on some pretext and started doing obscene acts with her. When the child raised an alarm, Abhiram Tyagi fled from the spot. Subsequently, the residents informed the police and after some time Abhiram Tyagi was arrested. The same baba has confessed to his crime and a case has been registered against him under Section 377 including POCSO Act. BF pushed his GF from the roof and killed her, Know why? 'Do some work, who will marry you,' mother who said this killed by son UP: Mother-son duo force a man into beggary, caught
A shop owner in Tripura was caught on camera assaulting a former employee with an iron rod when the latter asked for his pending salary for the month of October.
Despite six arrests made by the police, the minor gang rape cases have become a political hot potato in the state
The weather department has predicted heavy rain and strong winds in West Bengal and the Northeast as cyclonic storm 'Sitrang' intensifies and moves towards Bangladesh. At 8.30 am today, the cyclone was 380 km south of Sagar Island in Bengal and 670 km south-southwest of Barisal in Bangladesh, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD).
Dhananjay Tripura is the sixth MLA to leave the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) camp in Tripura.
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A senior Tripura Congress leader has suffered head injuries and his car was vandalised during a Bharat Jodo yatra on the outskirts of Agartala on Thursday. The Congress has alleged that the attack on MLA Sudip Roy Barman, second time in less than two months, was carried out by the BJP.