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Chhattisgarh bound 30 TSR jawans injured in road accident - United News of India

23Oct2018
Agartala, Oct 23 (UNI) At least 30 personnel of Tripura State Rifles (TSR) were injured last night when a bus carrying the jawans skidded into the ditch of about 250 feet deep at Baramura hill range of eastern Agartala on national highway. Besides ...
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Tripura | Around 30 jawans injured in road mishap at Agartala - thenortheasttoday.com

23Oct2018
| Around 30 jawans injured in road mishap at Agartalathenortheasttoday.comFrom Our Correspondent. AGARTALA | October 23, 2018: In a tragic incident which took place in the city on Monday night, a bus carrying army jawans belonging to Tripura State Rifles (TSR) Jawans of 8th Battalion met with an accident at Baramura ...and more »
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Tripura Gears up to Celebrate Diwali in a Grand Manner - The Sentinel Assam

23Oct2018
AGARTALA: With the end of Durga Puja festival, Tripura is preparing for grand Diwali celebrations on November 7 and naturally the 500-year-old Tripuraswari temple in Udaipur is going to be the main centre of all attractions. Pranajit Singha Roy ...
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Food, Relief Supplies Resume for Mizo Refugees in Tripura - The Sentinel Assam

23Oct2018
AGARTALA: The Tripura government on Monday resumed the supply of food and relief material to Mizo refugees, sheltered in camps in the northern parts of the state for the past 21 years. Following a four-partite agreement in Delhi on July 3, the supply ...
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Norms relaxed for Bangladesh tankers to supply LPG to Tripura - Times of India

23Oct2018
NEW DELHI: Now tankers carrying bulk LPG from Bangladesh will be allowed to enter India and supply LPG to Bishalgarh bottling plant in Tripura. The road transport ministry has relaxed norms for the vehicles registered in Bangladesh to ply in India for ...
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29 personnel of Tripura State Rifles injured in bus accident - Business Standard

23Oct2018
Two of the injured personnel have been shifted to Kolkata, while others have been admitted to GB Pant Hospital in Tripura. "Out of all the injured, two are serious. Doctors have decided to refer them to Kolkata. All of them are conscious. A train was ...29 Chhattisgarh-bound Tripura troopers injured in accidentThe Shillong Timesall 14 news articles »
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Relief supplies to Mizo refugees in Tripura resume - Daily Pioneer

23Oct2018
Business StandardThe Tripura Government on Monday resumed the supply of food and relief materials to Mizo refugees, sheltered in camps in the northern parts of the State for the past 21 years. Following a four-party agreement in Delhi on July 3, the supply of food ...Home Ministry resumes supply of rations to Bru refugee campsOutlook IndiaFood, relief supplies resume for Mizo tribal refugeesEastern Mirrorall 2 news articles »
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Man booked for sharing 'obscene' post against Tripura CM - Business Standard

22Oct2018
Man booked for sharing 'obscene' post against Tripura CMBusiness StandardThe Tripura Police has registered a case against a man for his alleged obscene social media post against Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb, a senior police officer said Monday. Superintendent of Police, West Tripura district, Ajit Pratap Singh said that ...
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Food, relief supplies resume for Mizo tribal refugees - Morung Express

22Oct2018
Agartala, October 22 (IANS): The Tripura government on Monday resumed the supply of food and relief material to Mizo refugees, sheltered in camps in the northern parts of the state for the past 21 years. Following a four-partite agreement in Delhi on ...and more »
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Section 144 still in effect in Agartala locality - Times of India

22Oct2018
AGARTALA : Two days after an alleged attack on Muslim families in the Lalit Bazar area of Chakbasta village, under Ranirbazar police station of Agartala, prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the CrPC continue to be in effect. Though no fresh ...
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