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Tripura: Mughals planned to “destroy” state’s culture, says CM Biplab Deb

    Biplab Deb, one month salary, dustbins,

    AGARTALA | NOV 19, 2019:

    Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb has said that Mughals intended to destroy the cultural wonders of the state by “bombing” its arts and architectures.

    Tripura: Pradyot slams minister over claims of royal family member joining bjp


      AGARTALA | NOV 13, 2019:

      Law and Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath in his recent statement indicated that the ‘royal family member’ along with ‘his followers’ is likely to join BJP.

      Tripura observes 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Jayanti

      Tripura, Guru Nanak Jayanti,

      AGARTALA | November 12, 2019:

      The Sikhs community today in Tripura, observed Guru Nanak Jayanti at Agartala. This year marks the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev.

      Guru Nanak Jayanti is being celebrated with religious fervour, as this day marks the birth of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak, who laid the foundation of Sikhism.

      ALSO READ:Tripura University in major crisis as vital positions remain vacant

      On this day, Sikh devotees around the world offer prayers. The Golden temple in Amritsar celebrates Gurpurab with gaiety and enthusiasm.

      Guru Nanak Jayanti is normally celebrated in the month of October- November. The three day festival starts with Akhand Path during which the Granth Sahib is read continuously and the conclusion of the reading coincides with the day of the festival.



      Tripura PWD Scam: CPI-M leader Badal Choudhury sent to four-day police custody


        AGARTALA | Nov 11, 2019:

        A district court in Tripura on Monday sent CPI-M leader and former minister Badal Choudhury to four-day police custody in an alleged “corruption case”.

        Bru Repatriation: Tripura royal scion visits Kanchanpur; to move HC over denial of rations


          AGARTALA | NOV 6, 2019:

          Royal Scion of Tripura and former president of TPCC has asked the state government to consider settling the displaced Bru people in the State instead of sending them back to “uncertainty” in Mizoram.

          Tripura: Bru refugees likely to withdraw stir following talks


            AGARTALA | NOV 5, 2019:

            The Bru refugees are likely to withdraw their road blockade after a crucial talk which was held on Monday between Additional Chief Secretary, Kumar Alok, IAS, Principal Secretary B.K. Sahu, Abhijit Saptarshi CID SP, Mizo Bru Displaced People’s Forum (MBDPF) general secretary Bruno Mesa.

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