Tripura

5.3 magnitude earthquake strikes India-Bangladesh border region

Tuesday, January 03, 2017

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Agartala: An earthquake with a 5.5 magnitude on the Richter Scale hit Tripura, near the India-Bangladesh border. While the epicentre was near Ambassa, about 60 km from Agartala, tremors were felt in Bangladesh, Myanmar and Bhutan. According to reports, Shakings were also spread across Assam and the Northeastern region. So far, no cases of injury …

News Mobile Tripura Daily

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

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Agartala,(PTI): The second International Yoga Day was celebrated across Tripura with school students, sports persons, employees of the state government and common people participating in yoga camps and attending related programmes. The central programme was held at the Umakanta mini stadium here where students from different schools of the capital, employees of the AYUSH department, …

Will continue to script history : Deepa Karmakar on qualifying Olimpics

Thursday, April 21, 2016

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New Delhi: Ecstatic and exhausted in equal measure after becoming the first Indian woman gymnast to qualify for the Olympics, Dipa Karmakar today said she would look to continue scripting history wherever she competes. “I will put every effort to ensure that I keep creating history. My target was to qualify at any cost and …

Influenza: Over 8,500 birds culled in govt farm in Tripura

Sunday, January 17, 2016

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More than 8,500 chickens and ducks were culled and 10,500 eggs destroyed in a state government run poultry farm at Gandhigram, about 20 km from here, as bird flu resurfaced there after three years, officials said on Sunday. “When we saw some unusual death of chickens and ducks in the farm, carcasses of some fowls …

Arrest of former CPI-M MLA demanded in Tripura

Saturday, January 09, 2016

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Tripura Assembly on Friday witnessed uproarious scenes over the Opposition’s demand for arrest of a former MLA of ruling CPI-M in an alleged case of molestation. Raising the issue after the Question Hour, Leader of Opposition Sudip Roy Burman asked the Speaker why former MLA Manoranjan Acharjee was not arrested despite registration of an FIR …

SpiceJet asked to pay compensation to a Tripura resident

Saturday, January 02, 2016

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The apex consumer court has asked SpiceJet airline to pay compensation and penalty of Rs 60,000 to a Tripura resident for losing his luggage in one of its flights. Justice JM Malik asked the air carrier to pay the compensation amount to Agartala resident Dr Atanu Ghosh whose one out of five registered ‘check-in’ baggages …

Cops open fire to disperse cannabis cultivators

Monday, December 28, 2015

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Tripura: Police opened fire in air to disperse mob in Gajaraia village under Bishalgarh police station area of West Tripura who have assembled to protest against destruction of cannabis plants in over more than two hectares of land under private possession. According to report, based on specific information officer in-charge of Bishalgarh police station accompanied …

Six-day digital film fest begins in Agartala

Saturday, December 26, 2015

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A six-day film festival is going on in Agartala. As many as 23 award winning films from six countries are scheduled to be screened at the film festival. The 20th Agartala Film Festival, inaugurated by Chief Minister Manik Sarkar, is organised by Cinedelve, a body of film lovers, at the Rabindra Bhavan. “This type of …

Left consolidated base in Tripura in 2015

Thursday, December 24, 2015

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The ruling Left Front consolidating its political base, a bus service to Bangladesh, and almost no militant activities in the once rebel-infested state were some of the highlights of Tripura in 2015. Elections to the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC), which constitute two third of the state territory and is the home to …

Tripura earning profit out of bamboo nursery, plantation

Friday, December 18, 2015

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Farmers and youth in Tripura are engaging themselves in bamboo nursery and plantation activities to make an earning. In several villages in remote Kanchanpur sub-division, once a den of the militants, young entrepreneurs are getting involved in bamboo nursery and plantation business. Farmers who were once engaged with paddy and vegetable cultivation are now turning …

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