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Manipur: Cong delegation meets Guv, calls for special assembly session to oppose Citizenship bill

The governor, however, told the delegation that it will not be possible to convene a special session immediately as the house was prorogued just two days back. It would take 15 days to convene another session. 

‘Ghar Wapsi’ bid in Tripura: 96 Christians ‘reconverted’ to Hinduism

“We are very poor people in villages. Christians converted us and behaved with us at their will. We were bewildered as they frequently misbehaved with us. This yajna was organized here today and we were reconverted to Hinduism with our own volition,” one of the 'reconverted' person said.

Tripura: No consensus on Rohingyas stuck between India-Bangladesh border

All the 31 Rohingyas, who have been stranded on the Zero Line between the international borders of India and Bangladesh in West Tripura district for the last 96 hours, hail from the Rakhine State of Myanmar, officials said today.

Tripura University goes green, installs solar power plant

Talking to indianexpress.com about the new solar plant, Vice-Chancellor Professor Dharurkar said: These panels have a capacity of generating 7 lakh units per annum, which will save TU approximately Rs. 36 lakh annually”.

Won’t abandon Meghalaya mine rescue operations, govt tells SC

The families of those trapped inside the mine, now at least want their bodies recovered — even if it’s just a finger, a hand or a leg.

Citizenship Bill: BJP also fights opposition within in Assam

Amid spreading protests, with Assamese cultural icons like singer Zubeen Garg joining in and students boycotting classes, BJP leaders have been shown black flags at public events.

Between barbed wire and border forces, 31 Rohingya stranded in Tripura

Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB) have alleged that the Border Security Forces (BSF) have been pushing the Rohingyas into the Bangladeshi territory and that the group stranded between the borders has come from India.

Biren Singh reiterates no change in govt’s stand to pressure Centre on Manipur People Bill

Singh made the statement during the distribution function of different flagship programmes initiated under the supervision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Chingamakha Model Club ground under Singjamei AC in Imphal West district.

CM Biplab Deb unveils logo for Tripura Tea in bid to tap Bangladesh markets

Tripura now has 58 operational tea estates, among which 42 are individually owned, 13 are operated under cooperative societies and 3 are run by the TTDC.

BSF blames Bangladesh security force for sending Rohingya to India

BGB’s allegations against BSF was recently published in Bangladesh's media. In October 2017, Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) issued a letter, which had ordered immediate steps to all state governments to identify and monitor Rohingya refugee.

Citizenship Bill: Tripura CM announces Rs 1 lakh relief to protesters who suffered bullet wounds from police

NESO organised an 11-hour strike across North East India against the Citizenship Amendment Bill on January 8. Twipra Students’ Federation (TSF), a NESO partner, set up a blockade at Madhbabari in West Tripura district as part of the strike on the day.

Tripura celebrates Kokborok Day, CM Biplab Deb aspires to learn indigenous language in one year

Chief Minister Deb today admitted he doesn’t know Kokborok but promised that he would master it in the next one year and would deliver his speech at the 42nd Kokborok Day in that language.