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Manipur: Man held for trafficking of Nepali girls gets bail

The alleged dealers were trying to traffick a large number of individuals mostly girls and minors from Nepal through Manipur via Moreh to Middle East countries for the purpose of surrogacy and ‘terrorist’ activities.

Report on viral video: Suspended Tripura university faculty attacks newspaper office

The attack was carried out after the publication of a news report about a viral video clip where the suspended teacher was seen showing Karate moves and singing.

I-Day: Priority to police offcials’ kids in state govt scholarship, says Tripura CM

Deb thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government for ushering in development and said that Tripura would be developed as a ‘model state’ within his tenure.

Assam: FIR against scholar for 2-year-old Facebook post

The post, which the student deleted soon after it was posted, has resurfaced on social media platforms.

Manipur: Nagas celebrate Independence Day, hoist ‘Naga National Flag’ across the state

Hundreds of Naga from different places including neighbouring states of Nagaland and Myanmar attended the Independence Day celebration held at Katomei public ground.

India’s 2nd largest rubber producer Tripura aims to boost production with RRII429, its own clone variety

In a bid to boost production of ‘white gold’ in the nation’s second-largest rubber producing state, a ‘rubber clone’ or engineered variety of rubber, specifically suited for agro-climatic conditions of Tripura is set to be introduced soon.

Secure NRC data, publish list on schedule, says Supreme Court

Assam co-ordinator for NRC Prateek Hajela had requested the court to issue suitable directions for protection of NRC data.

Meet Banwang Losu, Arunachal man who scripted history by creating new alphabet for ancient tribal language

What started as a school boy’s project turned into a landmark event in the history of the Wancho tribe in Arunachal Pradesh: an independent script for their language that now has a place in the Unicode.

Speciality Assam tea auctioned for Rs 75,000 per kg

Produced by the Dikom Tea Estate, ‘Golden Butterfly’ was purchased by Assam Tea Traders, which is one of the oldest tea shops in Guwahati

Manipur celebrates Patriots’ day, remembers fallen heroes of Anglo-Manipuri war

The Governor said that the Manipuri proved that freedom can neither be traded away nor ceded at any cost under any circumstances.

‘No regrets… did what we had to,’ Tripura’s NLFT faction surrenders arms for a new beginning

On Tuesday, Sabir Debbarma, also known as D. Yamrok, chief of NLFT’s breakaway faction handed over his rifle, shook hands with Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb and exchanged smiles before waving to the hundreds of people assembled in Ambassa.

Students’ group alleges RSS misrepresenting Manipur history, boycotts from hosting historical events

Stating that RSS can no longer host or commemorate events associated with the history of the land, the JSCC convenor demanded a public apology from the organisers for their alleged attack on the unique history of Manipur.