11 - 12 - 2018

Over 100 Bru’s returns back to Mizoram

Agartala, Sept 20, 2018:After twenty years over 100 Bru displaced people from a makeshift camp in Kanchanpur on Wednesday entered Mizoram during the repatriation process which commenced from August 25, officials said. With this, the number of repatriated families has gone up to 31.Earlier, three families have returned during the first three days of the beginning of the repatriation process. The officials said these 28 families would be taken to Dinthar village near Mizoram- Bangladesh border Tlabung town in south Mizoram's Lunglei district.The repatriation process is scheduled to be completed by September 25. At a meeting held earlier this month, Ministry of Home Affairs' Joint Secretary (North East) Satyendra Garg appealed to the Bru’s housed in relief camps in Panisagar and Kanchanpur to return to Mizoram as assistances doled out to them would be withdrawn from October 1. Thousands of Brus had been lodged in the relief camps since late 1997 in the wake of a communal tension triggered by the brutal killing of Lalzawmliana, a forest guard, inside the Dampa Tiger Reserve on October 21, 1997 by (BNLF) militants. The first attempt to repatriate them from November 16, 2009 not only failed but triggered another wave of exodus after Bru militants gunned down a youth at Bungthuam village, three days before the commencement of the repatriation process. Though some Bru families had already returned to Mizoram during a number of repatriation processes and on their own will, many of them continued to refuse to leave Tripura till date despite many attempts.

Blueprint to kill CM, Pradesh BJP worried

Agartala, Sept 19,2018: Tripura Pradesh BJP is worried about security of chief minister Biplab Kumar Deb. Addressing a press a meet on Tuesday  BJP MLA Ratan Chakraborty expressing serious concern on security of chief minister said, “ Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb is now on target by drug mafia’s after his uncompromising stand on ganja and drugs. To kill him a conspiracy has been hatched by Myanmar drug mafias”.

Chakraborty claimed ministry of home affairs is worried about the development and they are reviewing the security of Biplab Kumar Deb. Steps will be taken by the ministry to ensure fool proof security to chief minister.

Pradesh BJP general secretary Pratima Bhowmik informed in the press that the entire issue was brought to the notice of SP security. She said the party is worried about security of chief minister and demands fool proof security for chief minister.



IPFT calls off indefinite strike

Agartala, Sept 19,2018: The indefinite strike called by IPFT has been withdrawn on Tuesday. As a result normalcy returned to Jampui sub division.As reported IPFT leader and forest minister Mewar Kumar Jamatia on Monday night had marathon meeting with IPFT supporters in Gabbardi. In the meeting  Mewar Kumar Jamatia  told  IPFT supporters  that he will ask BJP MLA Birendra Kishore Debbarma to withdraw the case filed in police station. After getting the assurance IPFT supporters called off the indefinite strike from Jampui sub division.  

ADC session on Sept 20

Agartala, Sept 19,2018: A session of TTAADC will held on September 20. The session will start at 11 am on that day in the auditorium of agriculture department of ADC. The session is summoned by chairman of TTAADC Ranjit Debbarma.

10 RK college students injured

Kailashahar, Sept 19,2018: At least ten was injured in clash between two groups of students in Kailashahar RK College. The incident of clash happened at 1 PM on Tuesday.  Tension gripped in the college campus area due to the bloody clash. All the injured was taken to  Unakoti district hospital after arrival of police.Sources in college said the last semester exam of college starts from September 25. Attendance of students was more for getting last minute suggestion from teachers. On Tuesday noon around 1 pm a group of students was gossiping in the   classroom. When some outsider entered the classroom students objected. On this clash started between outsider students and college students. The clash was brought under control after arrival of police from Kailashahar police station. All the injured was taken to hospital and undergoing treatment. When last reported no one was arrested. 

Science Seminar Held In Jampui Hill

Jampui, Sept 15,2018: A seminar was held on "Popular Talk on Future India: Science and Technology" at Vanghmun YMA Hall, Jampui Hill on Friday. The seminar was jointly organised by St Thomas English Medium High School and Indian Science Congress Association (ISCA) Dharmanagar Chapter,. Students from four schools in Jampui Hill namely St Thomas, Blue Mount, Jampui Class XII, and Vanghmun HSS participated in the seminar. A quiz and drawing competition was also held during the occasion. Dr Dilip Sarkar, Principal of Govt Degree College, Dharmanagar; Dr Santanu Ghosh, Assoc. Professor; Dr Manik Bhatacharya, Assoc. Professor; Dr Suman Adhikari, Assoc. Professor, all of them from Govt Degree College, Dharmanagar; and Dr Zairemthiama Pachuau, Founder & CEO of Hillccrest Medical Center, Behliangchhip, Jampui Hill are the resource persons. Mr Lalnunsanga, Headmaster of St Thomas English Medium High School expressed his satisfaction on the success of the programme and thanked all stakeholders.