The massive plantation drive was carried out in a coordinated fashion with Chief Minister Biplab Deb himself participating in the Van Mahotsav event organized at Udaipur in the district, 50 km from Agartala.
Demands for extended public distribution benefits started since the erstwhile CPI(M)-led Left Front regime as they demanded inclusion of 14 daily necessities in the list of subsidised commodities available in fair price shops.
Chief Minister Deb said Pralay Dey will get the stipend for Divyang students. “But we will also give him a scholarship, free higher education and will support him for any further studies he wants to do.”
TBSE Madhyamik Class 10 results 2019: Tathagata Datta from Udaipur English Medium HS School secured the first rank with 481 marks. A total of 64.60 per cent students cleared the examination successfully
TBSE 12th Arts, Commerce results 2019: A total of 79.05 per cent students cleared the examination in Arts stream successfully, while the pass percentage in Commerce touched 78.13 per cent. A total of 79.05 per cent students cleared the examination in Arts stream successfully, while the pass percentage in Commerce touched 78.13 per cent
Polling for the 59 of 60 seats in Tripura began early Sunday morning. With CPI(M) and BJP both eyeing for power in the state, the elections are crucial for CM Manik Sarkar who is seeking a straight fifth term.
Modi also spoke about reduced instances of violence in northeast India and gave credit to the Army, Centre and state governments for repealing of AFSPA in Tripura, Meghalaya and parts of Arunachal Pradesh.
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Tripura, Jan 15 (ANI): Preparations for Poush Sankranti were in full swing in Lankamura district of Tripura on Friday. Women were seen making beautiful patterns of rangoli with powdered rice. These decorative patterns and symbol of religious belief are created to welcome goddess Lakshmi with good fortune, health and wealth. According to the Hindu religion, the last day of Poush month is celebrated as Makar Sankranti and people in rural Tripura celebrate it as Poush Sankranti.