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MBDF delegate meets revenue minster

Agartala, Dec 14,2018: A delegate of Mizoram Bru Displaced  People’s Forum  ( MBDF) today met revenue minister  N C Debbarma in secretariat. The delegate handed over a memorandum to the minister. The memorandum stated  that the puja garments which is being distributed  in the month of  September / October every year  is not yet distributed  this year till date. Besides the cash  - dole for the month of October and November, 2018 also not yet distributed for three relief camps under  Panisagar sub division and Kanchanpur sub division. The delegate  requested the minister for taking initative   for to make fund available to distribute  the pending puja garments, cash dole  and rations before Christmas holiday.                   

HS practical exam from Jan 2

Agartala, Dec 13,2018: All kinds of practical exam for Higher Secondary conducted by TBSE should be completed between January 2nd and January 31st, 2019. This was informed by notification issued TBSE today.  The notification also stated from December 21 to 26 all school headmaster / headmaster in charge are told to collect all papers related to practical exam for HS and Madhyamik   exam during working hours from TBSE office.  Those who were absent or did not pass in new syllabus of 2016, 2017 and 2018 have to give practical exam in 2019.But those who have passed need not give the exam. After completion of exam, schools should submit all answer sheets in TBSE office within ten days.                

Miscreants loot employee of Bandhan bank

Teliamura, Dec 13,2018: Miscreants allegedly looted rupees thirteen thousand from an employee of  Bandhan  Bank employee at gun-point from  35 Mile under Mungiakami police station on Thursday the police said.

The incident took place at a village in 35 Mile when Suman Debnath an employee of Bandhan Bank was collecting money from tribal women. At least three youths entered   and took away Rs 1300 from him police said.

The police have launched a man-hunt to nab the youths.

 

TBSE announces exam schedule for 2019

Agartala, Dec 12,2018: Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) declared the board examination schedules for Madhyamik, Madrasa Madhyamik, Higher secondary (+2) stage and Madrasa Fazil (HS+2 stages), which  begins from March 1 , 2019 next.

The examinations for Madhyamik (secondary) examinations-2019 start from March 2, 2019 with first language and would ends on March 19 next.Details of the exam schedule can be viewed in the website www.tbse.in and notice board of TBSE office here in Gorkhabasti.       

Seminar marking international human rights day

Agartala, Dec 10,2018: To mark the 70th World Human Rights Day,  Tripura State Human Rights Commission (THRC) today organized a seminar here at  Pragna Bhawan.

.Speaking on the occasion, Governor Prof Kaptan Singh asked the people to uphold basic human rights and promote peace and harmony. Human are greatest gifts of god. Human only violates rights of human. To stop violation of human rights one should not take law in own hand”  

Governor said, “Everybody wants to lead a happy life. But people unable to find happiness. One can find happiness in four things – freedom, peace, prosperity and amity. To remain happy one should grasp all the four things.”    

He said, “India is one of the largest democracies in the world. We are all blessed to have born in this great democratic country. The constitution of India promises to secure all its citizens justice, liberty, equality and dignity “    

State Women Commission chairperson Barnali Goswami, THRC chairperson justice Kalyan Jyoti Sengupta, state police accountability chairman justice S C Das also spoke in the seminar.

On 10 December international human rights day is celebrated across the world, in commemoration of the day when the UN General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. That Declaration forms the backbone of the human rights architecture of our societies, where each of us – without discrimination – has the right to live and thrive in peace and safety.      

 

AAI employees relay hunger strike begins

Agartala, Dec 10,2018: Airport Authority Employee's Union Tripura branch has joined nationwide relay hunger strike from December 10 to 12 to voice its stand against the Centre's move to privatise 6 major airports of the Airport Authority of India. The hunger strike  started today morning in the premises of  MBB airport . 

The relay hunger strike was organised in all the airports across the country to protest against the government’s move to privatise six airports, a union representative state branch  said.

The government last month cleared a proposal to manage six airports of  Airport Authority of India ( AAI)   under the public private partnership. The aerodromes are Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Lucknow, Guwahati, Thiruvananthapuram and Mangaluru.

“The relay hunger strike will not impact operations which will continue as we don’t want passengers to face any kind of inconvenience,” said a leader of AAEU state branch.The Airports Authority Employees Union (AAEU) has also warned that staff would go on mass casual leave from 28 December.

The AAEU, which represents 9,000 employees, had staged protests across the country on December 4 also against the government’s decision.