Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Home Blog Page 183

Tripura: Drinking water crisis grips Behram Bari village at Amarpur

    0

    AGARTALA, April 13, 2018: Water crisis has been a common problem in the state especially in the hilly areas, many indigenous populated areas in the state still have to survive on stream water for drinking purpose as well as for their daily household works. These people have somewhat accepted their deprivation and injustice which has become a daily phenomenon against those who are being ‘termed’ as ‘Bhumi Putra’ (Indigenous people of the state).

    Tripura: Women protest for immediate arrest of man accusing him of being a rapist in Amtali

      0

      By Our Reporter

      April 12, 2018

      Locals of Amtali area in West Tripura have been seen to be protesting in front of the Amtali police station demanding for the immediate arrest of Naba Prantik Society Secretary Biswajit Debnath.

      The women have been alleging that the Secretary of Naba Prantik is a rapist and an anti social. They have also claimed that the orphanage which the Naba Prantik Society runs is a den of anti-social activity. They have also alleged that the secretary of Naba Prantik abuses the minor girls of the orphan age physically and verbally along with his anti- social friends.

      It may be mentioned that few days ago Biswajit Debnath was attacked in his orphan age. The police officials were seen trying to take control of the situation till the filing of the report.

      Tripura: ‘Janata Durbar’ becomes an instant hit, evokes massive response

        0

        By Our Reporter

        Agartala | April 12, 2018

        After the swearing in of the newly elected BJP government in the state, there has been a list of of new plans and initiatives which the government has announced for the betterment of the common people of the state. But the initiative which has received the most positive response is the introduction of ‘Janata Durbar’ in which the Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb along with higher officials of the state departments directly meets with the common people and tries to solve the issues for which they come from far away in the early morning to meet the Chief Minister with the hope that their problems might be resolved by the highest authority of the state administration.

        The ‘Janata Durbar ‘ takes places for two days at the residence of the Chief Minister and one day in the state secretariat. But due to humongous turn out of people at the Chief Ministers residence and also looking at the time constraint, the government has announced yesterday to start online ‘Janata Durbar’ for the public in which they can register online complaints.
        For being involved in online complaints one has to register himself/herself through P.G. Portal i.e. https://pgportal.gov.in . After this, one has to generate username and password so that they can login to ‘CPGRAMS’. If anyone is facing any difficulty they can go the nearby DN, SDM, BDO or Community Service Center and take their help to register their complaints. All the DM, SDM, BDO have been asked to help the public in scanning and uploading their documents if required.
        But on issues such as a case which is under trail in the Court of Law, personal or family disputes and any proposal which may harm the peace and integrity or kill relation with the neighboring countries is prohibited in the Portal.

        Tripura: As 2016 TSR aspirants await confirmation, CM assures youth of more recruitment

          0

          By Our Reporter

          Agartala | April 12, 2018

          While several TSR aspirants have been running from pillar to post seeking for a confirmation on their recruitment the selection procedure for which was completed in 2016, the state CM has assured the youth of more recruitments in the Tripura State Rifles.

          The newly elected Chief Minister of Tripura yesterday attended TSR (Tripura State Riffles) 10 Bn led organised blood donation camp at 10 Bn- Headquarters, Jirania. He also payed homage to martyrs and also attended demonstration on disaster management and riot drills. He lauded and motivated all for such philanthropic initiatives.

          “Huge number of youth will be recruited soon under the new battalion (Indian Reserve Battalions of State Armed Police Force). At the same time the problems of the TSR camps will also be diminished by the newly elected government of the state”, assured the newly elected Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb while addressing the mass gathering who have came to hear from him.
          He further added, “Govt. is aware about the problems faced by the TSR Jawans across camps. Our govt. is visionary and will take all necessary steps to resolve all the problems faced by our Jawans”.
          However, the C.M has not mentioned anything about the TSR and state Police aspirants who were selected in 2016 and their verification procedure has also been done but still they have not received the joining letter from the state government. The aspirants have been protesting from every pillar to post in the state administration for their recruitment confirmation.

          Tripura: Man accused of raping 14-yr-old girl in police net

            0

            Agartala | April 12, 2018

            In what may be termed as a major breakthrough in the rape of a girl, sources have informed that the accused has been arrested today evening.

            Police has arrested Biswajit Das(22) today evening. He is accused of allegedly raping a 14 year old minor girl. The incident took place at Lembucherra under Teliamura sub divison on April 10.

            “We have detained the accused on the basis of primary investigation and will be producing him in the court tomorrow. We are also taking care of the security of the victim and her family”, police informed.

            Northeast India takes a step towards inclusive & sustainable development through ‘NITI FORUM’

              0

              By Our Reporter

              April 12, 2018

              Tripura witnessed the first meeting of the ‘NITI FORUM’  (a unit of NITI Aayog) which was held in the State Guest House at Agartala on Tuesday. Chief Minister of North Eastern states along with DoNER Minister Jitendra Singh and high ranked officials of the government of India were among the attendees of the meeting whose aim was to discuss the steps required for the sustainable development of the entire North-Eastern region.

              “In the first meeting the Forum has identified five sectors – tourism, food processing, bamboo, horticulture and Make in Northeast. These are the five sectors on which the government will focus to speed up inclusive and sustainable economic growth of the region”, said NITI Aayog vice chairman Rajeev Kumar.
              He further added, “all the developmental projects in the Northeast will be based on the Central government’s concept of highways, inland water, railways and airways (HIRA). Emphasis will be laid on human resource development through education, health and skill development in the region.” Air connectivity between all state capitals of the Northeastern states and implementation of UDAN-3 which will make air connectivity among the Northeastern states cheap and viable for various sections of the people was also discussed in the meeting.
              The meeting also focused on 14 Aspirational Districts of  the North Eastern region in which Dhalai District of the state has been identified as one such district.
              “Special emphasis will be made to ensure all-round development of these districts”, said the vice chairman of NITI Aayog in a media briefing after the meeting.

              Popular Posts

              My Favorites

              50 days in office and Tripura CM becomes controversy’s favourite child!

              By Our Reporter April 30, 2018 Tripura CM Biplab Kumar Deb has been controversy's favorite child and is rocking the National headlines whenever he gives speeches...