20 - 07 - 2019

Nabendu selected for Chanakya Award

Agartala, Feb 14,2019: State BJP spokesperson Nabendu Bhattacherjee  has been selected for prestigious 12th Annual National & International Chanakya and Hall of Fame Award.  He was selected under the category for Special Jury Award  for Public Information.The award will be given be presented by Education Minister of Rajasthan and Chief Election Commisison.on February 15 at Jaipur

Govt to train all teachers

Agartala, Feb 14,2019: Education minister Ratan Lal Nath conducted  an important meeting with education officers, school inspectorate and   headmaster/ headmistress of South Tripura, Gomati and Dhalai districts. The meeting was held for finding out   the status of  students in state held Thursday at Pragna Bhawan.

Nath addressing the meeting  said  the present government  giving importance to training of teachers for imparting quality education to students.  The minister informed after new government came to power took some revolutionary decision for delivering quality education to students.              

From this academic session NCERT syllabus has been introduced in  state government schools. For proper implementing the syllabus training of teachers are important.  So education department took initiative for training the teachers by experienced resources faculty members.

Criticizing the previous CPM government, Nath said due to their wrong policy for decades the education system in state suffered serious setback.  They never thought of delivering quality education to students.   

 

 

21 AR takes initiative for free distribution of LPG

Agartala, Feb 13,2019:  Assam Rifles  21 battalion jointly with Choudhury Gas Agency  on Wednesday took initiative for  distributing  and registration of free LPG gas connections as part of Ujjwala Yojna scheme to BPL families at  Champahour , Khowai distirct . As part of the joint effort  40 families were provided free gas connections and 75 were registered for the  same. Besides  50 solar lamps were also distributed to the locals to promote clean energy.  The initiative of Assam Rifles was also highly appreciated by locals.

CM reviews work of national highways

Agartala, Feb 13,2019: Once the inland water connectivity with Bangladesh begins, pressure on roads will increase due to plying heavy vehicles, said chief minister Biplab Kumar Deb today while addressing review meeting on national highways in state at secretariat.

Keeping it in mind roads should be built  with dividers, zebra crossing and warning marks at accident prone zone  so that there s road mishaps comes down, Deb said.  

He told the engineers to complete the work within schedule time  and maintain quality of works, besides all ongoing  maintenance works should be completed  before arrival of monsoon.

Regarding acquisition of land for National Highways, Deb directed PWD officials to take initiative for getting forest clearance.If required the officials should take assistance from district administration.

In the meeting PWD principal secretary informed  in state there are 6 National Highways of length 853.81 km. Renovation of 133.21 km of road is complete and work is going for 47.50 km.   

Manik Sarkar condoles death of Madhu Sengupta

Agartala, Feb 13,2019: Former chief minister Manik Sarkar has condoled the death of veteran CPM leader Madhu Sengupta. In a statement Sarkar said described him as a dedicated communist. “He devoted his entire life to the cause of the working class,”

The veteran CPM leader passed away Tuesday after prolong illness.Madhu Sengupta contested in 7-Ramnagar Assembly Constituency as a CPI(M) candidate  in 1998.

 

Biplab Deb kicks off BJP’s 'Mera parivar, Bhajapa parivar' campaign

Agartala, Feb 12, 2019: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state president and chief minister Biplab Deb today flagged off the 'Mera Pariwar, Bhajpa Pariwar'(' My family, BJP family') campaign from his assembly constituency at Banamalipur.

 The campaign aims to plant the BJP flag at  homes of its workers and sympathisers across the state.Among other measures, the party has been reaching out to beneficiaries of different government schemes, like Jan Dhan bank accounts, the building of toilets, Mudra loans and LPG connection scheme, to mobilise people in its support.

BJP sources say the drive is a part of the party's mass mobilisation for the Lok Sabha election and may touch up to 20 crore people if a house has an average of four residents.

"The BJP had received over 17 crore votes in 2014. Now we have details of of 9.5 crore members in our record. There are 35 crore beneficiaries of Jan Dhan bank accounts, seven crore under Mudra and over six crore under Ujjwala scheme to give free LPG connection to the poor," a leader said.