Condoling her death, Tripura Cricket Association secretary Timir Chanda said the state has lost an upcoming talent.
Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Confirmed cases in Bihar reach 6,475, toll rises to 36; senior police officer tests positive in Uttar Pradesh
Coronavirus Outbreak Updates: Coronavirus Outbreak LIVE Updates: The COVID-19 infection count reached 6,475 in Bihar on Sunday when 186 fresh cases were reported, while the toll reached 36 on account of a casualty reported from Vaishali district, officials said.
Protests in Agartala as crimes against women spike during lockdown; 43 cases, including murder, reported till now
Activists of Ganatantrik Nari Samiti staged a protest in Agartala against the alleged increase in incidents of atrocities against women in the state during the lockdown.
Over 1450 people from the Northeast stranded in Karnataka are attempting to travel back home in what appears to be an exodus.
Coronavirus Outbreak: 85 more BSF personnel test positive for COVID-19 across India; total infections in security force rise to 154
These include over 60 troops, who were deployed for law and order duties in the Jamia and Chandni Mahal area of the National Capital, and six from the escort team of the inter-ministerial central team (IMCT) that toured West Bengal
Coronavirus Outbreak: 11 BSF jawans and 2 children among 13 new cases in Tripura; state’s total infections rise to 29
Thirteen more people, including 11 BSF jawans, tested positive for novel coronavirus in Tripura on Monday, taking the number of cases in the state to 29
Coronavirus Outbreak: Tripura becomes COVID-19 free after second patient tests negative, says CM Biplab Kumar Deb
Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb on Thursday said the state has become coronavirus- free after its second COVID-19 patient tested negative.
Constitution (125th Amendment) Bill could bridge gap between mainland and North East, but problematic provisions must be reappraised
The Government of India is in the process of deliberating and readying the Constitution (125th Amendment) Bill to place it on the parliamentary altar to try and change the destiny of our citizens.
Delhi riots a pre-planned conspiracy, hooligans hired from outside to riot in National Capital, says CPM leader Manik Sarkar
Urging people to help the riot survivors, Manik Sarkar raised questions on the role of the administration to tackle the violence that killed at least 53 people
Centre, NSCN-IM peace pact on the brink of collapse; separatist demands, unconstitutional expectations make negotiations with North East insurgent groups hard
It is clear that the Centre and the armed group are not on the same page while interpreting the Framework Agreement signed between the parties on 3 August 2015 which Prime Minister Narendra Modi had termed as historic.
Republic Day 2020: Narendra Modi, in Mann Ki Baat, says insurgency reduced considerably in North East, issues being resolved through dialogue
In this year's first 'Mann Ki Baat', Narendra Modi also appealed to all those trying to find solutions through weapons and violence to come back (to the mainstream)
Over 30,000 Bru refugees from Mizoram to permanently settle in Tripura; pact signed between Amit Shah, community representatives
The Bru tribals have been living in Tripura in different relief camps after they fled Mizoram in 1997 following ethnic clashes between Bru and Mizo communities.
Won't allow outsiders to stay in state even after they become citizens through CAA, says Tripura royal scion
'Our state has accommodated a large number of migrants from the then East Pakistan after the Partition of the country and has no space to accommodate anymore,' Deb Barman said.
'One Nation, One Ration Card' facility to be implemented in 12 states from 1 Jan, says Ram Vilas Paswan; includes AP, Gujarat, Maharashtra
Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Wednesday said that the 'one nation, one ration card' facility has been started in 12 states in the country on the first day of the new year
Anti-CAA protests in West Bengal: Mamata Banerjee's miscalculation limits space for political manoeuvering, will likely play into BJP hands
The violence, arson and vandalism that continued unabated for more than three days in West Bengal following the enactment of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) has got Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee worried, but the blame for this ferocious unrest that resulted in inconvenience for lakhs of people, intimidated many and destroyed private and public property worth crores lies entirely at her door.
Future of Citizenship Amendment Act should be decided in Supreme Court; stoking violent unrest will take India down dark path to perdition
At a time, when violence is rocking the country and global stock of India as a liberal democracy is plummeting, it would appear that rather than incite trouble, the BJP should use conciliation as the way forward, and let the Supreme Court determine the constitutional validity of the Citizenship Act.
As anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests rock Bengal, BJP goes all out to woo Matuas miffed by Assam NRC
As West Bengal is rocked by anti-Citizenship (Amendment) Act protests, battle lines have been drawn between the Trinamool Congress and the BJP.
Anti-Citizenship Act protests: Jamia Millia Islamia students call off university lockdown; varsity announces holidays till 5 Jan
Jamia Millia Islamia University administration said those who indulged in violence and clashed with police were 'outsiders' and not students
From putting AGP on back foot to stoking indigenous fears, Citizenship Act is shaping Assam's political dynamics ahead of 2021 polls
Given the nature of the protests to the Citizenship Amendment Act, the issue is shaping the political dynamics of the Assam in various ways ahead of the 2021 polls.
States have no power to deny implementation of Citizenship Amendment Act, says Ministry of Home Affairs
According to the MHA sources, the issue of citizenship comes under Union List by the Seventh Schedule of the Constitution, and therefore such amendment is applicable for all states.