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Jan 16, 2018
Tripura Assembly Election: CPM urges EC to probe BJP 'poll meeting' attended by NSA Ajit DovalIn a letter written to the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC), Tripura CPM secretary Bijan Dhar had on Monday alleged that the BJP violated norms by engaging the NSA for a political purpose
Sep 09, 2017
Manik Sarkar will be Left Front chief ministerial candidate in Tripura Assembly polls, says CPMIf the Left Front wins the next Assembly elections, Manik Sarkar would be the chief minister for the fifth consecutive term
Sep 02, 2017
Manik Sarkar to be CPM's chief ministerial candidate for Tripura Assembly polls in 2018The ruling CPM in Tripura has decided to project Manik Sarkar as its chief ministerial candidate for the state Assembly polls due in February 2018.
Aug 01, 2017
Tripura: CPM accuses BJP of giving away gifts ahead of elections, says party involved in many scamsThe BJP is giving away electronic gadgets to voters in Tripura before the assembly polls, a CPM leader alleged, a charge denied by the BJP.
Jun 26, 2017
BJP demands AFSPA in Tripura as Left accuses party of unleashing hostilityThe BJP on Monday demanded the imposition of AFSPA in Tripura while the ruling Left accused it of unleashing hostility to discredit the government in view of next year's assembly polls.
Jun 26, 2017
Tripura: Section 144 imposed in Belonia town after clashes between BJP and CPM workersProhibitory orders have been imposed in Tripura after clashes between CPM and BJP party workers left twenty-six people injured, police said on Monday
Jun 16, 2017
Tripura CPM accuses BJP of 'instigating' tribal party to hold a rail, road blockageCPM on Friday accused the BJP of "instigating" a tribal party to hold a rail and road blockade to seek a separate state, a charge the BJP denied.
May 30, 2017
Tripura government will not implement new cattle slaughter rules, says ministerTripura's state government will not implement the new cattle trade and slaughter rules as it is against the interests of the people, a state minister said.